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).
The information center for digital media in school and education from a School of Education in Switzerland.
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Classrooms for Distance Teaching and Learning: a Blueprint
This handbook provides a step by step guide to setting up a classroom for telepresence learning. Its comprehensivecoverage includes chapters on testing it works, guidelines for the full range of users, together with troubleshooting and reference sections. There are also detailed case studies of the five distinctive learning scenarios developed by the handbook's pan-European authors, which include sites for teaching remote learners, remote and local learners, group presentation and interaction, a single learner, and a learning centre group. The handbook is a BLUEPRINT, to be read cover to cover, or dipped into for specific information as you strive to set up or fine tune your own version of an interactive classroom for distance teaching and learning.
# Building an Interactive Classroom: The Steps
# Testing it Works
# How to Use the Classrooms
Glossary of Terms
World TV Standards
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Australian Children's Television Foundation
The ACTF is committed to providing Australian children with entertaining media made especially for them, which makes an enduring contribution to their cultural and educational experience.
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Archive's Moving Images library
This is the web site of the Archive's Moving Images library of free movies, films, and videos. This library contains thousands of digital movies which range from classic full-length films, to daily alternative news broadcasts, to videos of every genre uploaded by Archive users. Many of these movies are available for download.The Archive’s library of Open Educational Resources and university lectures contains hundreds of free courses, video lectures, and supplemental materials from universities in the United States and China. Many of these lectures are available for download.
# Open Educational Resources and university lectures with reviews (http://www.archive.org/details/education
). Many of these lectures are available for download.
# Open Source movies (http://www.archive.org/details/opensource_movies) where users can post and discuss their own videos.
# Numerous documentaries, videos, vlogs, … which could fit in a curriculum.
Berichterstattung im Fernsehen
Every day, pupils are subject to a whole load of information. TV and radio are still their most popular sources of information – especially so-called “infotainment” shows are watched a lot. The projects described in this text show the pupils how deceptive an apparently “objective” show can be. They learn actively how to use certain images and linguistic styles and how to analyze their effects. The detailed description of the respective lessons offers a lot of background knowledge and gives the instructors the chance to carry out similar projects in their own schools.
Introduction: Trust – Look – Who
Project 1: Sports coverage
• Introduction: Is a sportscast an entertainment show?
• Filmed reality? – media-pedagogic classification
• …and action! – didactical-methodical practice
• Overview of the lessons
• Descriptions of the lessons with working sheets
• Go girls – results and experiences
• It’s not that hard – resources and media
• Some technology: a stand-alone system for video-editing
Project 2: ZAP – TV-channels and news coverage
• Introduction: Bad news are good news – just because they make good stories?
• Zapping between channels – media-pedagogic classification
• Events cast their shadows ahead – didactical-methodical practice
• Overview of the lessons
• Description of the single lessons in the subjects German and art with working sheets
• The longer, the better - results and experiences
• Everything fine? – resources and media
Video Modeling for Individuals with Autism: A Review of Model Types and Effects
Arizona State University Abstract Efficacy research on video modeling as an instructional approach for individuals with autism has been found to be a promising area for teachers and researchers. Over the last three decades the literature has shown successful use of video modeling for teaching a variety of social, academic, and functional skills. The purpose of this literature review is to describe one specific aspect of video modeling, namely, to examine video modeling studies from the perspective of the impact of the model. To this end studies have been categorized as models using adults, peers, self, point-of-view, and mixed model approaches. Descriptive summaries and analyses of outcomes are provided for each study. As a group, individuals with autism appear to have strengths processing visual stimuli (Bryan & Gast, 2000; Hodgdon, 1995) resulting in many instructional strategies comprised of a heavy emphasis on visual cues; for example, PECS, Social Stories, and individualized multimedia activity schedules (Bondy & Frost, 1994; Charlop-Christy, Carpenter, Le,...
Making Movies - Learn how to edit video and create professional-looking DVDs.
PC Magazine is the Independent Guide to Technology. This article (january 2005, p. 147-162) by Jan Ozer "teaches amateurs the basics of video editing and DVD authoring, and reviews 20 applications to help us get the job done."
* Video editing
* DVD authoring
Voice Recognition Technology in Education
A 40-page booklet that examines the issues and strategies to consider before attempting to use speech recognition with users with physical and communication difficulties. Sample pages of this booklet are available as a 220Kb PDF download.
The purpose of this booklet is not to provide the latest information on specific voice recognition software, nor does it attempt a critical comparison with like-for-like systems. What it does endeavour to do is provide the reader with practical information based on research and experience gained through working directly with young people at the ACE Centre, as well as information resulting from involvement in the Becta (British Educational Communications and Technology Agency) Voice Recognition Project.
Issue 1: Why use voice recognition?
Issue 2: Before starting: Training the support providers
Issue 3: Which type of software is most appropriate?
Issue 4: The importance of specific educational objectives
Issue 5: Matching the software to the individual user
Issue 6: Techniques and tips for successful implementation
Issue 7: Specific techniques for introducing voice recognition
Issue 8: Additional support for specific learning difficulties
Issue 9: Additional support for speech difficulties
Issue 10: Physical difficulties and multi-modal input
Issue 11: What equipment is needed?
Issue 12: Looking after the voice
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TES Connect - Teaching and Video Resources
The TES Connect is a social network that allows teachers to network, share and recommend resources including videos, and search for jobs.
The TES Connect Resources includes teaching resources all created and uploaded by other teachers in the TES community for everyone to share. With separate subject channels for every type of teacher, there are all kinds of classroom materials including lesson plans, videos, PowerPoints, games, puzzles, worksheets and tutorials.
Today, with more than 2.7 million registered online users in over 276 countries and territories, it is the world’s largest online network of teachers. More than 3.6 million resources are downloaded from the TES website a week, with eight TES resources downloaded a second.
You can search on keywords and via categories:
- Subject (a few examples are:)
- Physical education
- Modern foreign languages
- Key Stage
- Special needs
- Whole school
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