Digital Children A cross-cultural and comparative study of online school learning platforms and resources, introducing digital organising tools as part of a holistic approach to cater for children’s digital educational needs, and in response to feedback from students (11-14 years), Primary Care Givers and Educators.

This project seeks to improve the delivery of online education based on the ‘Lockdown Evidence’ of school children, primary care givers (PCG) and teaching staff within the national education systems in India, France and the UK. Based on the data provided in the form of: audio-visual recordings, photograph images, brain imaging, textual feedback and results from testing innovative archiving tools for students, we will draw up an on-line school education policy that accounts for cross-cultural, and specific learning needs in order to address digital resources of school children, and offer affordable student-centred archiving tools as educational tools for schools.