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Video for all project

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The European Video for ALL educational project is a European project that will bring together all current methodologies, ideas and innovative practices to teach and learn languages by integrating digital video.

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Teachers may be interested in joining, or following this  language focused video project, which involves partners from six EU countries. As well as some examples of different 'types' of educational video the project shares a comprehensive curated repository of useful video resources including, amongst others; papers and articles, web resources, and social media spaces.


It's early days and I look forward to seeing more examples of the student produced videos,

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Making video discoverable – a core need in Glow Futures #EDUScotICT | RuachOnline

Making video discoverable – a core need in Glow Futures #EDUScotICT | RuachOnline | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

In this concise and well written post Jim Buchan, recognises that video is a fundamental text for learning that goes way beyond passive watching of a video clip. He states it  offers opportunities to develop digital skills including search, authoring and provide pupils with meaningful learning experiences.


Rightly Jim argues, "access to video should be a core requirement of Glow Futures" in the development of Scotlands National Intranet for Schools #GlowPlus

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YouTube for Schools - YouTube

YouTube for Schools - YouTube | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

You Tube has just launched YouTube for schools which schools can sign up to using their School Google account.

 

The service will allow schools to access content from  YouTube Edu that can can be futher filtered by "adminstrators."  This is designed to facilitate "safe viewing" and I am sure it will be welcomed by many schools worldwide.

 

Whilst welcoming YouTube's proactive engagement with education; I also have a number of reservations about this service.  You Tube Edu does not host the only good educational content available on YouTube I think it focuses too heavily on 'subjects' and grades rather than the interconnectedness of knowledge. Addtionally the feature to restrict videos to within an institution seems contrary to the open nature of the Internet.

 

On a positive note it will perhaps enable those schools where YouTube has been foolishly 'banned' to benefit from the wonderful video ecosystem that is YouTube.

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numberphile's Channel - YouTube

numberphile's Channel - YouTube | Video for Learning | Scoop.it
Coming soon from Brady Haran, who also makes sixtysymbols and periodicvideos...


I suspect that this channel, due to launch this Friday (11th November), will be of great interest to teachers, especially those working in STEM subjects.  There are already over 2000 subscribers, (inluding myself),  even thought there is only the trailer video at the moment.


In fact a trailers might be a good way of raising awareness of educational content. It is also   that YouTube is investing in this channel.

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EduTubePlus Show-Reel with Samples of Videos Suitable for European Schools | EduTubePlus

EduTubePlus Show-Reel with Samples of Videos Suitable for European Schools | EduTubePlus | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

"This showreel produced by RAI for the EduTubePlus consortium shows several examples of video clips provided by EduTubePlus partners which will be available in the EduTubePlus video library."

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Video and pedagogy

Clive Young discusses Video and Pedagogy and ask what are the key questions that need to be asked now.

 

Slides from ViTAL (http://vital-sig.ning.com/) webinar 9 March 2011 Recording available at http://lancasteruni.adobeconnect.com/p60258356/...

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Twig Science Films

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Plan a great lesson with 500 science films made for the school curriculum.
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STEMbite: Transforming Video Lessons with Google Glass

STEMbite: Transforming Video Lessons with Google Glass | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

Two months ago, I received Google Glass. No, I don’t work for Google, and I’m not a software developer. I am an online science teacher, one of the only teachers in the world to have the highly coveted device. Naturally, I figured I should do something useful with it. So I started STEMbite, a series of video lessons on math and science that I film through Google Glass"

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Google Glass has recieved a great deal of negative press in recent months, and much of it from the education sector.  Andrew Vanden Heuvel flips that coin to show the other side, using Google Glass to create some very interesting and enlightening  first-person video clips relating to Science and Maths topics. Examples include  Seed Dispersal and the Physics of Mirrors.You can find these and more on STEMbite's  YouTube Channel


Perthaps this technique will establish itself as another 'important' video style alongside thiose developed by RSA and  CommonCraft.  I think this does extend the potential for the educational user generated video and may inspire lots of innovative approaches. What do others think?



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Ray Tolley's curator insight, June 29, 2013 6:57 AM

STEMbite looks like a very promising resource.

edyssee's curator insight, June 29, 2013 7:49 AM

Könnten selbstgedrehte Unterrichtsfilmchen eine nützliche Anwendung für Googles umstrittene Datenbrille sein? Erste experimentelle Beispiele sind in diesem Beitrag beschrieben.

Ob dafür wirklich Google Glass benötigt wird?

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Create Your Own Web Animation: Mugeda - Cloud Based HTML5 Animation Platform

Create Your Own Web Animation: Mugeda - Cloud Based HTML5 Animation Platform | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

Mugeda is a cloud based HTML5 animation platform, where you can create, share, and publish organic HTML5 animation contents, all in your browser, without any download or installation.

 

The created animation content can be used in a wide range of applications like ads, games, tutorials, cartoons, and can be viewed on any devices including PC, smartphone, and tablets.

Mugeda provides a full web-based HTML5 animation editor in which to create, edit and refine your own visual productions.

 

Here are some quick tutorial videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNcrEpLHBEU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYve2fJ_2zw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8Agfk_1Wo0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0hSPPXx1tg

 

Find out more: https://www.mugeda.com/ 

 

I think this would be an excleent tool for schools involved in the  ICT v Computing curriculm debate to investigate.


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Top Ten Technology Considerations When Deploying Video in an Education Environment | The Enterprise IP Video Blog

Top Ten Technology Considerations When Deploying Video in an Education Environment | The Enterprise IP Video Blog | Video for Learning | Scoop.it
This past month, VBrick has been working hand-in-hand with many of our education customers including  Zeeland Public Schools and Pulaski Public Schools to...


A  very useful list of  considerations and strategies for  planning the implementation of video as a key element  for learning in schools.  The webpage also has a link to a  free downloadable paper, How Video is Reshaping the Classroom. (registration required).


Personally, I disagree with point 2. about segregating video.

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History of Educational Technology

Brief look at educational technology....

 

An interesting video that shows the development of  visual learning and computer instruction in the context of  the classroom, as an industrial model.

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TrueTube

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TrueTube is the preeminent video resource for inspiring lessons in PSHE, RE & Citizenship...

 

TrueTube has hundreds of high quality short films on social, moral and ethical issues, made by young people. Many of the films are accompanied by lesson plans to support their use in the classroom.

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45 Interesting Ways to use your Pocket Video Camera in the classroom

45 Interesting Ways to use your Pocket Video Camera in the classroom | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

From Tom Barrett's  excellent 'Interesting Ways' series. http://edte.ch/blog/interesting-ways/

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WatchKnowLearn - Free Educational Videos for K-12 Students

WatchKnowLearn - Free Educational Videos for K-12 Students | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

The WatchKnowLearn communtiy has indexed over 20,000 educational videos, from online sources placing into over 3,000 categories. The videos are freely  available to teachers in the classroom and to students at home 24/7. Users can dive into our innovative directory or search for videos by subject and age level. Video titles, descriptions, age level information, and ratings are all edited for usefulness. Our Web site invites broad participation in a new kind of wiki system, guided by teachers. We have had a tremendously positive response from educators to the website. If we continue to work together, we can create an incredible, free, educational resource for students across the worl

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