With around 7.7 billion people currently living on this planet, what is it that makes you the person you are? How do you find your place within this vast amount of people? Looking for Alaska is John Green’s unique attempt of describing one boy’s search for an answer to those questions. The result is a captivating narration that speaks to both young adults, and those who are still young at heart.
This article contains major spoilers on the book’s plot. If you haven’t read it yet, you might not want to read on.
Over the last 20 years there has been a shift in how evidence of skill is recorded. Instead of providing official certificates it is common to document how both formal and experiential learning impact changes in practice. (Jasper & Rolfe 2011) The aim of this text is to analyze the process of reflective practice and offer suggestions on how you can use it your own work and education.
Let’s face it: Making short films is not hard. Which makes them a perfect playground for aspiring filmmakers.
While I encourage everyone to make short films, and to make mistakes, this sheer amount of films makes it hard to pick the really good ones from the pool of student films and test animations.