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UNESCO Young Digital Creators (YDC) Educatorís Kit
The YDC Educatorís Kit is designed to help teachers and educators working in schools,
youth clubs, community centres, and training institutes to generate and manage project-based learning activities with young people.

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Go to Part I: The first part of the Kit explains some basic concepts of the initiative.

Go to Part II: The second part of the Kit introduces a detailed lesson plan with a number of learning activities that are expected to be implemented in sequence.

Glossary: The set of definitions has been gathered from Wikipedia, the online editable free encyclopedia.

Contents of the CDRom: Selection of free editing software for your use in creative projects

There are several ways to use the Kit. It is recommended that you begin with reading
the first part and then start to implement your own project with young people by following
the lesson plan of the second part.

Video presentation of the Young Digital Creators Kit - QickTime
Select : LEGroup_YDC_subT_320x240_M.mov

The kit is conceptualized based on the Young Digital Creators programmes, YDC (Water, HIV and AIDS, Scenes and Sounds of my city, History and culture of Peace in Africa)
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