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12 art and culture lessons for Audiovisual education and Media-art

This series of art and culture lssons attempts pupils to stimulate, and at the same time, develop their own ideas, tastes and digital skills. For each age group (4 to 12 years) there are lessons written, which are also suitable with a few modifications for older children. The lessons vary from a story in picture comic, creating an animation to making artistic photographs.

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Landschap Erfgoed Utrecht

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2017

Krita

Krita is the full-featured free digital painting studio for artists who want to create professional work from start to end. Krita is used by comic book artists, illustrators, concept artists, matte and texture painters and in the digital VFX industry.Krita is free software, licensed under the GNU Public License, version 2 or later.

Krita has several features that are unique or a first among free software painting applications: support for colorspaces other than RGB, like CMYK, support for HDR painting, painting assistants, a perspective grid. The Krita developers are keen to support the artistic community that has grown around Krita.

Anne Frank Museum Photos

The Anne Frank museum has released lots of photos that can be freely used in classrooms

MEDEAnet webinar: Social Media Use in the Classroom

Social media can be a very powerful tool that supports innovative types of learning and teaching. In this one-hour MEDEAnet webinar you will get an overview on how educators in schools can use social media to enrich teaching and learning in various different ways and what has to be considered.

This webinar took place on Thursday 22 May 2014 and was attended by 43 participants from 19 countries.
The first speaker was Gabriella Cseh, Head of Public Policy for Central and Eastern Europe for Facebook. She talked about a recently published guide on how to integrate Facebook in classroom and other formal as well as non-formal learning settings (see: http://www.ednfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/Facebookguideforeducator...).
The second speaker was Gijs Palsrok, a second generation teacher of English. He presented the practical side and describe how to integrate social media in the classroom. He will focus on using social media tools for instructions, Q&A (students and teacher) and testing.

This session helps you to understand the possibilities and challenges social media is offering and how it can be used in a fruitful and educationally valuable way. This webinar is aimed at teachers, educators and media producers interested in social media for learning.

To see the discussion linked to this webinar go to http://www.media-and-learning.eu/content/social-media-use-in-the-classro...

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MEDEAnet webinar: E-book Creation

Thanks to the multiple functionalities mobile devices like tablets and smart phones are offering it is becoming easier to let students develop their own multimedia e-book in class. In this MEDEAnet webinar you will have the chance to get to know what possibilities exist for the use of e-books for educational purposes.
In this MEDEAnet webinar you will have the chance to get to know what possibilities exist for the use of e-books for educational purposes and to let your students easily develop their own learning resources.

Andreas Sexauer from the Distance Learning Centre at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany) will demonstrate the technical possibilities apps like the creative book builder are offering and how easy new learning material can be developed. He will present some results from a workshop with students during which they developed their own ebook.

Fiona Passantino, director from the App Train, will focus on the technical opportunities Apple is offering to teachers when they want to develop their own ebooks in class.

This webinar was held on 20 March and attended by 32 participants from 13 countries and was mainly aimed at teachers, educators and trainers interested in introducing eBook production in their class.

To see the discussion linked to this webinar go to http://www.media-and-learning.eu/content/e-book-creation-medeanet-webina...

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MEDEAnet webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana

On the internet teachers and trainers can find excellent media resources on platforms like Historiana and Europeana. These online platforms allow access to millions of media resources resp. historical sources that can be used in the classroom. In this MEDEAnet webinar you will learn more about how to enrich teaching and learning with such media resources. The speakers in this webinar are Ad Pollé from the Europeana Foundation, Netherlands and Steven Stegers from EUROCLIO - European Association of History Educators, Netherlands.

The webinar was held on Thursday 20 February 2014, 4 pm CET and attended by 36 participants from 13 countries.

To see the discussion linked to this webinar go to http://www.media-and-learning.eu/content/media-resources-in-the-classroo...

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MEDEAnet webinar “Mobile Learning”

Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets have changed the way we communicate and become an integral part of our daily life. Using mobile devices in a learning context - mobile learning or m-learning - carries great potential for enriching education. But what has to be considered if you want to use smartphones and tablets in education and what are the concrete benefits and advantages of m-learning? During this one hour webinar you will have the chance to get introduced to this interesting topic. This session will help you to understand the possibilities mobile learning is offering and how it can be used in a fruitful and educationally valuable way. This webinar is aimed at educators, teachers, trainers and media producers interested in mobile learning.

The speakers in this session were Prof. Tania Jadin from University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria and Serge de Beer, Technology coach, LearningTour, The Netherlands.
This webinar was held on 14 November 2013, 4pm CET and attended by 29 particpants from 14 countries.

To see the discussion linked to this webinar go to http://www.media-and-learning.eu/content/mobile-learning-medeanet-webina...

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Medeanet, Prof. Tania Jadin, Serge de Beer

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2013

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MEDEAnet webinar “Introduction to Big Data and Learning Analytics”

Nowadays more and more people are talking about ‘Big Data’ and ‘Learning Analytics’ and it is clear that digital learning environments do offer terrific opportunities for anyone who wants to measure and analyse how learners behave using objective measures and criteria. But how can you get started and is this the type of work that calls for specialist skills and resources? In this first webinar in the MEDEAnet Autumn – Winter webinar series, Erik Woning from Kennisnet (the Netherlands) gave an introduction to this fascinating and powerful topic. This session lets you understand how observing trends and patterns in learners’ online activities can help you to create more personalised learning environments. It also introduces you to how organisations like Kennisnet in the Netherlands are using ‘Big Data’ and ‘Learning Analytics’ to better support teachers in a practical way.

This webinar was held on 5 September 2013 at 16:00 CET and was attended by 38 particpants from 14 countries.

To see the discussion linked to this webinar go to http://www.media-and-learning.eu/content/introduction-to-big-data-and-le...

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MEDEAnet webinar “Videos for teaching”

On 21 March 2013 MEDEAnet organised a one hour webinar about integrating videos in teaching and how it influences the learning behaviour and learning effects, with a special focus on the recent trend 'Flipping the Classroom', in which students study the main content already at home (for example through videos) so that they can use what they’ve learned to realise concrete exercises & projects during the face-to-face class. This online event attracted 40 participants from 15 different countries, who were mainly teachers and trainers.

Our first speaker, Olaf de Groot (De Verdieping at stichting Kennisnet, the Netherlands) focused on flipping the classroom model, how this concept can be integrated in the daily lessons and how it effects the teaching and learning experiences in school. Our second speaker, Bram Faems (Jonatan Berkenboom and KlasCement, Belgium) presented a toolkit he developed for teachers to let students produce their own videos - a flipped flipping the classroom model so to speak, and he also discussed the students’ learning experiences when developing their own videos. After the presentations, participants could ask questions in an open discussion and are free to still ask questions in our online forum discussion on this webinar.

To see the discussion linked to this webinar go to http://www.media-and-learning.eu/content/videos-for-teaching-medeanet-we...

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School Tv: Netherlands national and language-dependent repositories

School.tv makes all kinds of programs throughout the year for primary and secondary education and offers all sorts of interesting series for secondary schools. Virtually all programs have material that accompany the programs.
Wikimedia must be accompanied with "werkboekjes" pupils and teachers manuals. Wikimedia Commons is also the driving force behind various educational websites, with which students can gather knowledge independently and in a playful manner.

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