Image language is not part of the general education in Norway today. Children learn to read and create images through social media because their mobile phones have camera function. They see so many pictures every single day that they know more about pictures than their parents and teachers combined. But we allow our children to be self-taught in imagery, even though society communicates with images every day, all the time. The importance of the image. The National Center for Arts and Culture in Education invited, in 2010, the Australian professor Anne Bamford to Norway to conduct a research study on arts and culture in basic education. The research results were presented in the report Arts and Cultural Education in. . .
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