Head of  all things #Greco-Phonar ( Ioseph Kesisoglou ) suggested we all watch :


and quite frankly we think the idea of a film we all watch each week is a jolly good one – in fact if San Francisco hadn’t already hit upon the idea of choosing #phonar contributor Cory Doctorow‘s book “Little Brother” as their “One Book One City” then we’d probably of suggested it in a similar manner.

And on that note – you need to read Little Brother (free download link) and With a Little Help (name your own price) if you want to take Phonar to the next level. They are great digital literacy/fluency lessons disguised as awesome stories – the kind of stuff that (teachers please turn away now) actually makes reading/listening/ learning [think photography?] – fun, compulsive and addictive.

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