Nominet Trust funded: Community21 Project

Phase 1: School Sessions – Priory School, Lewes

Priory School, Lewes – School Sessions: Overview and Reflection
Community21 – Priory School Lewes – Session Overview and Reflection

Priory School, Lewes – School Sessions: Session Plans
Community21 – Priory School Session Plans – June 7th to July 12th 2013

Phase 2: Summer School – Action in rural Sussex, Lewes

Summer School – Session Overview
Community21 Summer School – Session Evaluation and App Overview

Summer School Session Plans
Community21 – Session Plans for Summer School

Week 1 Feedback
Community21 – Summer School – Week 1 feedback

Week 2 Feedback
Community21 – Summer School – Week 2 feedback

Summer School Blog posts:

http://www.nominettrust.org.uk/what-we-support/blogs/community-21-digital-citizenship-summer-school

http://www.nominettrust.org.uk/what-we-support/blogs/recovering-summer-school

Teacher Feedback:
Community21 – Interview feedback from School Teacher

Resources:
Community 21 – Issue and Idea Homework set
Community21 – School Sessions – Issue and Idea worksheet
Community21 – School Sessions – LEWES TRASH MAP
Community21 – School Sessions – LEWES TREASURE MAP
Community21 – School Sessions – Technology Diaries
Community21 – School Sessions – Who do I talk to Worksheet

Pupil Certificate of Participation:
Community21 – School Sessions – Certificate of participation

Phase 3: Minecraft Session(s) – University of Brighton

Blog post on Minecraft session:

http://www.nominettrust.org.uk/what-we-support/blogs/how-minecraft-changed-my-life

Media coverage of Minecraft session:

http://www.theargus.co.uk/leisure/events/11469915.print/

Phase 4: University of Brighton – Community Engagement Module

Community21 – University of Brighton – Community Engagement Module Overview

Phase 5: Maresfield Youth Group – Maresfield

Blog post on Maresfield Youth Group Session:
http://www.nominettrust.org.uk/what-we-support/blogs/trying-out-community21-rural-young-people

“Supporting rural communities in Sussex to be vibrant and diverse places in which to live and work.”