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MEDIATECA

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.

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EducaMadrid. Consejería de Educación de la Comunidad de Madrid

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Videos about education

On the website vodpod.com users can collect, share and discuss their favorite online videos (linked from other sites such as YouTube) and you can find all resources tagges with "Education" by clicking on the resource link.

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# future
# know 2.0
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# second life
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Television and Radio Index for Learning and Teaching (TRILT)

TRILT is a comprehensive record of programmes transmitted by more than 300 UK television and radio channels. It also offers advance information on programmes coming up for transmission.

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Access to the full version of TRILT is a privilege of BUFVC membership

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British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC)

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link repository

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Fischbowl

Karl Fisch is the Director of Technology for Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colorado.

HotMath - Free Sample Math Videos

This video repository site is a subsection of the HotMath web site, and to view videos you have to subscribe and pay a fee. There are however a few sample free videos, in which a lively person explains a few concepts of math with 2 perspectives: one of the talking head (Picture-in-Picture) and one of the board on which he's writing.

The Blockbuster Approach : A Guide to Teaching Sociology with Video

Dr Casey Jordan wrote the Blockbuster Approach series (Blockbuster Approach to Teaching Criminology and Criminal Justice, Sociology, and Anthropology).

Learning MATH - video lessons

Annenberg Media develops workshops and courses that provide teachers with content and pedagogical learning. Workshop and course resources consist of video, print and Web components that can be used for self-study. "Patterns, Functions, and Algebra" explores the "big ideas" in algebraic thinking, such as finding, describing, and using patterns; using functions to make predictions; understanding linearity and proportional reasoning; understanding nonlinear functions; and understanding and exploring algebraic structure. The course consists of 10 two-and-a-half hour sessions that each include video programming and activities, provided online and in a print guide. The 10th session explores ways to apply the algebraic concepts you've learned in K-8 classrooms. You should complete the sessions sequentially.

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Session 1, Algebraic Thinking
Session 2, Patterns in Context
Session 3, Functions and Algorithms
Session 4, Proportional Reasoning
Session 5, Linear Functions and Slope
Session 6, Solving Equations
Session 7, Nonlinear Functions
Session 8, More Nonlinear Functions
Session 9, Algebraic Structure
Session 10, Classroom Case Studies

Edutopia

Edutopia is the tangible embodiment of our vision. Through the Edutopia.org Web site, Edutopia magazine, and Edutopia video, we spread the word about ideal, interactive learning environments and enable others to adapt these successes locally. Edutopia.org contains a deep archive of continually updated best practices, from classroom tips to recommendations for districtwide change. Allied with a dedicated audience that actively contributes success stories from the field, our mission relies on input and participation from schools and communities.

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Core Concepts
• Overview
• Integrated Studies
• Project Learning
• Technology Integration
• Teacher Development
• Social and Emotional Learning
• Assessment
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• Video Library
• Teacher Training
• Edutopia Magazine
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Edutopia Video News
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Flash Player

Case studies

The case studies show different ways that filmmaking was integrated into the academic context.

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Genesis and Genre - Since film was a core part of the module, students spent a considerable part of their classroom time studying films and learning about filmmaking. They worked in groups to produce short dramatised sections of novels and plays by Galdós.

Understanding Law II - Students were asked to make a group-based presentation in an electronic format of their choice - video, podcast, screencast or a combination. Students had a two-hour workshop on shooting and editing, then worked independently.

Architecture - Post-graduate architecture students were offered the opportunity to use filmmaking as part of a large final project. They worked with a Norwegian filmmaker and had professional help in the form of 'master-classes' from Sheffield based filmmakers, then went on to make their own films.

Filming Shakespeare - Students were encouraged to creatively interpret a section of a Shakespeare play. Working in groups they storyboarded, directed and edited, with the support of a film crew.

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Claire Allam (content) & Danny Monaghan (design), Learning Development and Media Unit, University of Sheffield

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2007

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4 case studies

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LeMill

LeMill calls itself a web community for finding, authoring and sharing learning resources: LeMill is a web community of (in 2008) 3178 teachers and other learning content creators. At the moment LeMill has 1468 reusable learning content resources, 300 descriptions of teaching and learning methods, and 480 descriptions of teaching and learning tools.

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The site is divided in the categories Content, Methods, Tools, Community.

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