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Videonotes tutorial - this tool allows students to take notes while watching Youtube videos

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Videonotes allows you to paste in any YouTube video and then you can take notes as you watch the video. The notes then become clickable, so you can click on the notes and it immediately goes to that part of the video.

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Educational Videos

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We know that conducting research and formulating papers can be a tricky thing for students. Are you trying to help your students understand the basics when it comes to plagiarism, citations and paraphrasing? Our three new videos on these crucial ELA topics can help!  

 


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10 Tools For Discovering Educational Videos

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Finding supplemental material for the classroom in the form of educational videos can be quite challenging, especially since the definition of “educational videos” is broad and quite varied. The following online resources should point you in the right direction as you look for valuable multimedia content for your classroom.


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How to Teach Media Literacy? Videos and Lesson Plans from Media Smarts

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"Media educators base their teaching on key concepts of media literacy, which provide an effective foundation for examining mass media and popular culture. These key concepts act as filters that any media text has to go through in order for us to respond."


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How to Teach Media Literacy? Videos and Lesson Plans from Media Smarts

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, September 5, 2014 10:20 PM

Do you teach media literacy? Do you think we should teach students in upper elementary and middle school the concepts of media literacy?  Media Smarts (out of Canada) with the assistance of Companies Committed to Children, has launched a new website, Media Literacy 101.

What will you find? Six short videos that will engage students as they learn about media literacy as well as lesson plans that include an overview, learning outcomes, preparation and materials, key concepts and an optional worksheet. The areas covered include:

* What is media anyway

* Media are constructions

* Audiences negotiate media

* Media have commercial impacts

* Media have social and political implications

* Each media has a unique aesthetic form

These lessons are geared for students from about Grade 5 - 8, but make sure you review them to determine if they will work with your students. If you believe that your students need to become more media savvy this is website is worth exploring.

Kelly Christopherson's curator insight, September 5, 2014 11:35 PM

Mediasmarts has some great resources for teachers at all grade levels. Check them out! 

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The Promise of Digital Learning

Motivating, more data, personalization, self-paced, ownership, equalization, extended time, great teaching, learner profiles and working conditions are the t...

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