Digital Practice Framework

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The Digital Practice Framework (DPF) was developed, by Peter Twining and Naima Browne as part of the NP3 project, as a tool to help classify children's digital practices outside school.

Figure 1 Definitions of the categories within the Digital Practice Framework (DPF)
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Figure 2 Exemplification of the categories within the Digital Practice Framework (DPF)
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