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Rhondda Powling

360 Video Education Spotlight: BBC on YouTube - Class Tech Tips - 0 views

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    "There are lots of ways to incorporate video into the classroom. From capturing students' attention as you kick off a lesson, to providing context for a new learning experience, teachers use videos in lots of different ways. Whether you are looking for a clip to send home to students via Google Classroom or want to connect a video link for a QR code scavenger hunt, educational 360 videos are worth exploring.

    360 video gives students the power to explore a space from every angle. YouTube hosts a range of 360 video content and one of my favorites is from the BBC. On the BBC's YouTube channel you'll find different types of video options for a virtual visit to places around the world. As you search through their content you'll see that they've tagged their videos as 360 to make it especially easy to find."
Camilla Elliott

BBC Radio 4 - In Our Time, Beowulf - 0 views

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    "Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the epic poem Beowulf,"
Rhondda Powling

BBC News - BBC to publish 'right to be forgotten' removals list - 0 views

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    "The BBC is to publish a continually updated list of its articles removed from Google under the controversial "right to be forgotten" rule. The ruling allows people to ask Google to remove some types of information about them from its search index.But editorial policy head David Jordan told a public meeting, hosted by Google, that the BBC felt some of its articles had been wrongly hidden.
    He said greater care should be given to the public's "right to remember".
    Following the ruling, Google set up a form on its site allowing people to request which links should be taken down."
Rhondda Powling

BBC Radio 4 - The Educators, John Hattie - 0 views

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    "What really works in schools and classrooms? How much difference can homework and class size make to a child's ability? Sarah Montague interviews John Hattie, Professor of Education at the University of Melbourne and Chair of the Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership. Over 20 years, he carried out one of the biggest pieces of education research, compiling studies from previous decades and comparing the effect they have on attainment and ability. His work is ongoing, but the results show a league table of effectiveness. It reinforces things you might expect, such as the importance of teachers, but also offers some surprises that might have parents and teachers questioning their priorities."
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