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April 26th 2013
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Language of Belonging Wins 'Best in Class'

Language of Belonging – Wadu Matyidi has won an Interactive Media Award for being ‘Best in Class’ for Education...

The Interactive Media Awards (IMA) recognise the highest standards of excellence in website design and development around the globe... The 'Best in Class' award is the highest honor bestowed, representing the very best in planning, execution and overall professionalism, an achievement only a fraction of sites in the IMA competition earn each year...

The Language of Belonging multi-platform resource (DVD and website) is based on the Indigenous animation Wadu Matyidi and its five behind the scenes mini documentaries. Designed specifically for Primary-aged students, this diverse learning program explores Adnyamathanha language, culture, stories and traditions, encouraging students to develop their own portfolio and cultural understanding...

In 2012 this educational resource won two ATOM awards at the Australian Teachers of Media Awards and was also listed as a finalist in the e-Learning Industry Excellence Awards...

Language of Belonging is available for purchase from the ACTF shop...

 

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