Yourvid Save energy
This is a Comenius Multilateral project encouraged to promote an innovative approach to find ways for teaching and learning in the subject of "save energy and rise understanding of the need for sustainable energy at schools and society".
The website contains a video library on YouTube with more than 120 didactical videos, all about how to save energy at school and home, and to promote the use of sustainable energy in European secondary schools.
A podcasting repository of digital videos with e-guides are available in English and the native language of the partners (digital video with captions and subtitles).
Dschola is a regional project (set up in Piedmont and Valle D’Aosta, Italy) aimed at stimulating greater attention to ICT, by involving students, teachers and families in partnership with schools. It is based on accelerating and supporting developments that are already taking place within the New Economy. The Dschola school network consists in 27 excellence technical secondary schools, the so called Centres, reference points for technological issues in their regional area and with proven experience within the ICT area. Fondazione CRT, an Italian Bank Foundation, and Piedmont Region, the regional department of school and education, made the project possible, largely financing it. The no profit association is one of the most important result of the Dschola Project and was founded in October 2004, starting from the existing network of the community of schools, consisting of a selected group of primary and secondary schools, the so-called Centres of Service, Animation and Experimentation (CSAS), with proven technical and didactical excellence at regional level aiming at disseminating their experiences and expertise towards other.
Website Dschola Association: www.associazionedschola.it
Dschola è un progetto regionale (istituito in Piemonte e Valle D'Aosta, Italia) con il fine di stimolare una maggiore attenzione alle TIC, coinvolgendo studenti, insegnanti e famiglie in collaborazione con le scuole. Si basa sull' accelerazione e sul sostegno agli sviluppi che sono già in atto all'interno della New Economy. La rete scolastica Dschola consiste in 27 istituti tecnici secondari di eccellenza, i cosiddetti centri, punti di riferimento per le questioni tecnologiche nella loro area regionale e con comprovata esperienza nel settore ICT. Fondazione CRT, una Fondazione Banca italiana, e Regione Piemonte, il dipartimento regionale della scuola e l'istruzione, ha reso possibile il progetto finanziandolo ampiamente. L'associazione no profit è uno dei risultati più importanti del progetto Dschola ed è stata fondata nel mese di ottobre 2004, a partire dalla rete esistente della comunità delle scuole, costituito da un gruppo selezionato di scuole primarie e secondarie, i cosiddetti Centri di Servizio, Animazione e Sperimentazione (CSAS), di comprovata eccellenza tecnica e didattica a livello regionale volte alla divulgazione delle proprie esperienze e competenze verso altri.
Sito Web Associazione Dschola: www.associazionedschola.it
• Virtual community of schools through the official Web site
• Dissemination material about the didactical excellence through workshops, seminaries, conferences
• Web-sites (free of charge for maintenance and connectivity), community resources, long-distance support and training activities.
• Training activities provided for school managers and teachers
Video Digital Educativo
This is a repository of videos produced by students made in class in Colegio Irabia, Country Basque, Spain. This project was developed with the support of the Country Basque Government and Grimm project with the advice of Tecnun and Apple.
Arca di Giò / Audiovisual Archives of Childhood and Youth
Arca di Giò (short for Audiovisual Archives of Childhood and Youth) is a project born from the collaboration between Aiace Torino and Ce.Se.Di, Province of Turin, aimed at schools, associations, youth, parents, everyone who is interested in or studying film and television representation of the universe of childhood, adolescence and youth.
Arca di Giò (abbreviazione di archivi audiovisivi dell'infanzia e della gioventù) è un progetto nato dalla collaborazione tra Aiace Torino e Ce.Se.Di, Provincia di Torino, rivolto alle scuole, le associazioni, i giovani, i genitori, tutti coloro che sono interessati o stanno studiando cinema e rappresentazione televisiva dell'universo infanzia, l'adolescenza e la giovinezza.
• A database containing reports of more than 800 films and 150 television shows. Each program is reviewed through a double level of keywords, through which you can do also crossed research in the database, to produce ad hoc filmographies.
• Each product is also categorized on the basis of the following criteria: target group, age and sex of the characters, setting and age, gender, country and year of production, director.
• In addition to the site, a series of small volumes with specific focus on the representation of the relationship between young people / children / youths and some thematic issues of particular interest.
FÍS is an inter-related group of projects, for schools, community and development, all based on the power of digital storytelling. The web portal incorporates Eurocreator www.eurocreator.com and digitalcreator www.digitalcreator.ie.
Video library that contains videos, images and audio resources for the students in Madrid. This Videoteca has more than 4.500 videos available in many categories related with curricula and non-curricular activities.
National Geography - Video
This is a collection of hundreds of free videos from National Geographic, featuring animal videos, news videos, weather videos, nature videos, kids videos, world music videos and other most popular video content including shark videos.
Videos by Category:
- Daily News
- Science & Space
- Travel & Cultures
How Stuff Works
"HowStuffWorks, a wholly owned subsidiary of Discovery Communications, is the award-winning source of credible, unbiased, and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works. Founded by North Carolina State University Professor Marshall Brain in 1998, the site is now an online resource for millions of people of all ages.
From car engines to search engines, from cell phones to stem cells, and thousands of subjects in between, HowStuffWorks has it covered. No topic is too big or too small for our expert editorial staff to unmask ... or for you to understand. In addition to comprehensive articles, our helpful graphics and informative videos walk you through every topic clearly, simply and objectively. Our premise is simple: Demystify the world and do it in a simple, clear-cut way that anyone can understand. "
* Home & Garden
eduMedia Share is a place for teachers to host and share visual and interactive resources. At eduMedia Share you can:
* Upload your media (images, animations, videos)
* Discover and download interesting resources
* Tag, comment and have fun
Resources for teachers. For all teachers! No language or subject limitation. You can add your own resources, tag, comment or even download your collegue ones to use in class. And of course, all of this is free! Search eduMedia Share and discover your collegue?s work! This site is yours!
Which filetypes may I upload?
The most common internet ones:
* Photos, drawings : jpg, gif, png
* Animations, simulations : swf, animated gif
* Videos : avi, mpg, mov, wmv
Video Education Resources
To promote nanoscience education, the Center for Probing the Nanoscale offers free videos of many Center classes and programs. In addition, the CPN has partnered with Stanford’s Office of Accessible Education on the Proteus Project to make many course materials available in alternative formats including searchable captioned videos and transcripts of the lectures.