Revealed: The incredible attention to detail on TV's most stylish period drama Mad MenBy Polly Dunbar Updated: 00:27 GMT, 26 September 2010 Its razor-sharp scripts and fascinating characters are compelling enough, but for most Mad Men fans it’s the incredibly authentic re-creation of the dazzling style and glamour of the early Sixties that puts the show in a league of its own. Producers of the drama about the hard-drinking and philandering advertising executives of New York’s Madison Avenue – currently being shown on BBC4 – do not overlook a single detail in their dedication to accuracy, with a team of set designers painstakingly trawling antique shops for vintage props to meet creator Matthew Weiner’s exacting demands. Seeking perfection: A stagehand attends to a minor prop detail as actresses January Jones and Kiernan Shipka (Betty and Sally Draper) prepare for a scene Prop master Ellen Freund, who has worked on Mad Men for the past two series, says: ‘We don’t get the script until five days before shooting each episode, so we have to hit the ground running.
TFoilInformation Consider the information that needs to be disseminated. What information will be relevant, current, challenging, serve as stimuli, how ill it be developed, will it be synchronous or asynchronous? The use of video lecture, skype/connect, vodcasts/podcasts and other media repositories can orchestrate this exchange. Reflection The capacity for students to evaluate and challenge their learning through exchange with their peers and with other members of the educational community. Assessment The opportunity for the student to demonstrate their development of knowledge. Exchange Communicating information and exchanging dialogue between lecturer and student, student and student, student and expert mentor.35 Lifechanging Ways To Use Everyday ObjectsAssociation for Learning Technology