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Ian Guest

Clarisketch - 8 views

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    "Take a picture, talk and draw"
Rhondda Powling

Cap that! - 7 views

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    A tools for turning on captions when using videos in the classroom. It is very simple, effective, change for teachers to make and use in their classrooms..
    schools only really need one person to sign up to the email update list and be the school advocate.
Ian Guest

Seven Digital Deadly Sins - 3 views

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    From the National Film Board of Canada & the Guardian, this interactive resource explores many of the issues associated with digital citizenship through videos, stories and questions.
    NB Do check it for appropriateness before using with your students!
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    via @rmbyrne
Rhondda Powling

3 Ways to Use ThingLink for Video in the Classroom | Getting Smart - 3 views

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    "Recently ThingLink introduced ThingLink for Video, an exciting new editor for annotating video content with rich media. The new editor allows users to add notes and links to existing video content, and turn video into an interactive digital discovery platform."
Ian Guest

The Kid Should See This - 9 views

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    "Cool videos for curious minds of all ages."
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    "Cool videos for curious minds of all ages."
Ian Guest

The "Dance Your Ph.D." Contest - 0 views

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    Using the medium of dance to explain the complex concepts in PhDs.
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    How well would you need to understand a topic in order to be able to explain it through a completely different medium?! That's the underlying principle of John Davitt's Learning Event Generator (http://www.newtools.org/showtxt.php?docid=737), which in this site we see writ large.
Ian Guest

Geography Soup! - 7 views

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    "Geography Soup is a bespoke collection of short films curated for Geography teachers to use in the classroom. Every one is chosen for it's ability to take us slightly off the beaten track & to inspire us to learn & understand a little bit more about our planet & how we interact with it. Each film is a starting point to a lesson, a topic, a line of enquiry & a learning journey."
Darrel Branson

Seymour Papert -- inventor of everything: Gary Stager at TEDxASB - YouTube - 6 views

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    "In this TEDx talk, Gary Stager, curator of dailypapert.com will share a lightning fast introduction to the wit, wisdom, and powerful ideas of Seymour Papert; one of the greatest educators of the past half century. Even if you are unfamiliar with Papert, you will be astonished by his lasting impact on children as programmers, the maker movement, 1:1 computing, game-based learning, education reform, epistemological politics, and a whole lot more."
Darrel Branson

Digital Technologies: An Introduction - YouTube - 1 views

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    "Published on 2 Apr 2014
    Introduction to the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies. Members of the Digital Technologies Advisory Group discuss the features of the curriculum."
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    "Introduction to the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies. Members of the Digital Technologies Advisory Group discuss the features of the curriculum."
John Pearce

Watch and win! | Swivl - 0 views

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    "Swivl helps you stop losing the learning content your institution creates by making it easy to capture video while you teach."
John Pearce

Free Technology for Teachers: A Comparison of 11 Mobile Video Creation Apps - 4 views

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    Tomorrow at the NCTIES 2014 conference I am facilitating a workshop on creating videos with mobile apps. I designed the workshop to accommodate users of iOS and Android devices. In preparation for the workshop I created this chart that compares the features and costs of eleven mobile video creation apps.
Rhondda Powling

Creates amazing videos from your photos | PicoVico.Com - 3 views

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    Turn simple photographs into videos using this site. Once you sign up (it's free) you begin by choosing a video template and then adding your pictures from Facebook, Flickr, or your computer. You can set the order of your pictures, add captions to them and add text slides if you wish. Next you add music, either from their library or add your own from your computer. Your last step is to add a video title and any additional text and you're done. Completed videos can be uploaded to You Tube or Facebook and can even be embedded into a website or blog. The site does have a 30 picture maximum but that is long enough for most people.
Ian Guest

Big History Project - 3 views

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    "Explore 13.7 billion years of shared history and consider the big questions about our Universe, our planet, life, and humanity. From the big bang to modern day to where we are going in the future, big history covers it all."
Russell Ogden

How Students Can Create Animated Movies to Teach Each Other | Jordan Collier - 8 views

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    Having students create RSA-animate style movies is a fun way to teach content- by having the students become the teacher. It's not too tough once you get the hang of it, and in a BYOD or 1:1 school, the tools are there.
Ian Guest

Young Souls Portray the Wit of 'Hamlet,' With Brevity - 0 views

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    "From basements and bedrooms to classrooms and cloistered locations, hundreds of students hit the "record" button on a smartphone and delivered up novel interpretations of Shakespeare's words."
Ian Guest

Teaching With YouTube - 3 views

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    "197 Digital Channels For Learning"
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    "197 Digital Channels For Learning"
Ian Guest

AsapSCIENCE - 2 views

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    "Understand the science in your own life! Our weekly videos cover all sorts of quirky and mind blowing science. So what are you waiting for?"
    [YouTube channel of science videos in RSAanimate-style]
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    (via @wfryer)
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