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MIL for Teachers

MIL (Media and Information Literacy) for Teachers is a website that gathers together the MIL Curriculum for Teachers and some teaching resources organised in media libraries.
The MIL Curriculum for Teachers is designed as a flexible and comprehensive framework that educators or curriculum developers may adapt to the local context of their countries. This model MIL Curriculum for Teachers is intended as a tool that will provide educators of all background with the main competencies (knowledge, skills, and attitude) on MIL. It focuses on pedagogical approaches necessary to enable teacher to integrate MIL in their classrooms.

Table of contents: 

1. Curriculum and Competency Framework
• UNESCO Constitution
• Foreword
• Introduction
• Unifying Notions of Media and Information Literacy
• Benefits and requirements of MIL
• Main topics of the MIL curriculum for teachers
• The curriculum framework
• Policy and vision
• Knowledge of media and information for democratic discourse and social participation
• Evaluation of media and information
• Media and information production and use
• Core teacher competencies
• Pedagogies in the teaching and learning of MIL; using the curriculum
• Appendix: Selected Media and Information Literacy Resources

2. Core and Non-Core Modules
• Module 1: Introduction: Citizenship – Freedom of Expression and Information, Access to ...
o Unit 1: Understanding media and information literacy: An orientation
o Unit 2: MIL and civic participation
o Unit 3: Interacting with media and other information management institutions
o Unit 4: MIL, teaching and learning
• Module 2: Understanding the News and Media and Information Ethics
o Unit 1: Journalism and society
o Unit 2: Freedom, ethics and accountability
o Unit 3: What makes news - Exploring the criteria
o Unit 4: The news development process - Going beyond the 4WS and 1H
• Module 3: Media, Information and Society
o Unit 1: News reporting and the power of the image
o Unit 2: Industry codes on diversity and representation
o Unit 3: Television, Films, Book Publishing and the Global Village
o Unit 4: Representation and music videos
• Module 4: Languages in Media and Information
o Unit 1: Reading media and information texts
o Unit 2: The medium and the message: Print and broadcast news
o Unit 3: Film genres and storytelling
• Module 5: Advertising
o Unit 1: Advertising, Revenue and Regulation
o Unit 2: Public Service Announcements – Analysis and Production
o Unit 3: Advertising – the Creative Process
o Unit 4: Advertising and the Political Arena
o Unit 5:
• Module 6: New and Traditional Media
o Unit 1: Introduction: From traditional to new media technologies
o Unit 2: Uses of new media in society – mass and digital communication
o Unit 3: Uses of interactive multimedia tools including digital games in classrooms
• Module 7: Internet Opportunities and Challenges/Risks
o Unit 1, part 1: Living in the World of the INTERNET
o Unit 1, part 2: Young People and Challenges/Risks in the Virtual World
• Module 8: Information and Library Skills
o Unit 1: Concepts and applications of Information Literacy (IL)
o Unit 2: Learning environments and information literacy
o Unit 3: Digital information literacy
• Module 9: Making the link: Media and Information Literacy, Communication, Pedagogy and ...
o Unit 1: Communication, teaching and learning
o Unit 2: Learning theories and MIL
o Unit 3: Managing change factor in relation to the enabling environment for MIL in schools
• Module 10: Audience
• Module 11: Media and the Global Village
o Unit 1: Media ownership in today's global village
o Unit 2: Socio-Cultural and political dimensions of a globalized media
o Unit 3: Commoditization of information
o Unit 4: The rise of alternative media

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United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC), UNESCO

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Twittclasses Francophones

This website (only available in French) reviews virtual classes given on Twitter. After Laurence Juin and Eric Delacroix's successful experiences in June 2010, Twitter classes have been continuously spreading in France. Twittclasses Francophones gathers 170 Twitter classes, shows their conversational threads, includes several other video and slide resources about Twitter and virtual classes.

Adobe Story

Story is Adobe’s script-creation tool which can help new and experienced film and video writers to create scripts with correct formatting in various ways (film, video, 2-colum) as well as outputting it into practical schedules. Story was introduced in Adobe's Creative Suite 5 but from now on, it is available only online for free or Adobe Story Plus, a paid version that offers integrated scheduling and scriptwriting. The free version formats as you type, includes script templates, and lets you access your scripts from an iPhone. Teams should look to Adobe Story Plus, which lets you collaborate with team members, work offline, and assign roles. It also includes project management and scheduling tools that help turn a finished script into a finished video.
The collaborative paid version is part of the Creative Cloud, a subscription service that lets people access Adobe tools for a monthly price, to be released in May 2012.
The Story tool is a very handy but also a very powerful tool for script and scenario creation.

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System requirements: 
System requirements Windows •1GHz or faster processor •Microsoft® Windows® XP with Service Pack 3 or Windows 7 •512MB of RAM recommended •SVGA1280x768 display •Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or 9, Firefox 9 or 10, or Chrome 16 •512Kbps or faster Internet connection required •Browser SSL support, JavaScript support, and cookies must be enabled •Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1 software required •This software will not operate without activation. Broadband Internet connection and registration are required for software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services.* Phone activation is not available. Mac OS •1GHz or faster processor •Mac OS X v10.6.8 or v10.7 •512MB of RAM recommended •SVGA1280x768 display •Apple Safari 5, Firefox 9 or 10, or Chrome 16 •512Kbps or faster Internet connection required •Browser SSL support, JavaScript support, and cookies must be enabled •Adobe Flash Player 10.1 software required •This software will not operate without activation. Broadband Internet connection and registration are required for software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services.* Phone activation is not available.

Presentations atelier webdocumentaire MEDEA

Sur cette page vous trouverez les présentations filmées et les fichiers (ppt) utilisés lors de l'atelier ainsi que le programme.
Cet atelier a été réalisé dans le cadre du projet MEDEA 2020 avec la collaboration de l'université numérique thématique AUNEGE. le titre de l'atelier "Concevoir et utiliser un web documentaire comme ressource pédagogique"

Webdoctypes on scoop it

Curation of typical web documentaries .
Website used for the MEDEA 2020 French workshop during the online training before the face to face workshop(Design and use a web documentary as a learning resource )
Collection de web docs typiques
Utilisé lors de la formation en ligne précédant l'atelier français de MEDEA 2020 sur la conception et l'usage de webdocs utilisés comme uen ressource pédagogique

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2011

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Différentiation sociale en situation de confinement physique et social

Cette ressource pédagogique a pour objectif l'étude de la différentiation des rôles au sein des groupes sociaux.

En montrant deux expérimentations filmées, l'une sur l'animal, l'autre sur l'homme, elle permet, à l'étudiant, de comprendre les différentes étapes du travail scientifique sur des exemples concrets.

Elle aborde et approfondit plusieurs thèmes : coopération/compétition, auto-organisation, analogie homme/animal.

La ressource pédagogique comporte 5 parties.

La première partie est un film de 14 minutes extrait d'un documentaire intitulé "Faits comme des rats" présentant une première expérience de différenciation sociale chez des animaux réalisée par le professeur Didier Desor. Cette expérience est à l’origine de la ressource réalisée ici, car elle amené les chercheurs et entre autre par le professeur Anne-Marie Toniolo à se poser la question de la transposition de l’expérience à l’homme.

La deuxième partie présente la transposition de cette expérience chez l’homme. Elle reconstitue grâce à des figurants une des nombreuses expériences réalisées sur l’homme. Cette-ci est réalisée sous forme de photomontage sonorisé d’environ 8 minutes et détaille les différentes étapes de l’expérience réalisée avec des étudiantes et analogue à celle des rats.

La troisième partie est l'interprétation des résultats des expériences et la présentation du concept d’auto organisation à travers un entretien avec Anne-Marie Toniolo la responsable du programme de recherche. Cet entretien, d’une durée de 23 minutes , est filmé et présenté sous forme de questions –réponses.

La quatrième partie est un vidéo cours sur l'étude de la transposition de l’expérience vers l’humain .Dans ce cours de 52 min l’auteur Annne-Marie Toniolo détaille les éléments intervenant dans les processus interactifs complexes intervenant dans des groupes restreints. Elle analyse des phénomènes collectifs dans des environnements collaboratifs à partir d’une expérience chez l’animal et d’un transfert de modèle théorique et expérimental chez l’humain. Les notions de groupe, d’interaction, d’auto-organisation, de comportement et d’analogie y sont entre autre présentées.

La cinquième partie comporte des exercices d'autoévaluation. Elle comporte quatorze exercices interactifs comportant des vidéos et portant sur l’ensemble des contenus de la ressource : film sur l’expérience des rats, photomontage sur l’expérience chez l’humain , interview du chercheur et vidéo cours. Elle permet ainsi à l’étudiant de vérifier qu’il a assimilé les concepts essentiels mais aussi de revoir certains contenus d’un façon différente car extraits de leur contexte.
La conclusion vous donnera les contacts des enseignants et des informations concernant les enseignements utilisant cette ressource

Table of contents: 

1/5 Introduction
2/5 Transposition d'une expérience animale à un groupe humain
3/5 L'auto-organisation dans un groupe et ses applications dans le monde du travail
4/5 Etudes de la transposition de l'experience animale vers l'humaine
5/5 Auto-évaluation

LearnBoost

LearnBoost’s is a free all-in-one solution allowing teachers to manage their classroom by offering a gradebook, a software for managing and creating lesson plans, tracking attendance, maintaining schedules, sharing contents with parents or students, integrating Google Apps including calendars, tagging of Common Core Standards, and more. It is available in 11 different languages.

Chemistry: All About You

Çhemistry: All About You - Teach chemistry in a fun and innovative way is a website whereteachers can find chemistry resources to organise activities in the classroom around the video "Chemistry: All About You" developed by the European Petrochemical Association (EPCA) in partnership with UNESCO and IUPAC. The objective is to propose tools for an innovative and multi-disciplinary approach of chemistry teaching.
Video, teachers'guidelines, lesson plans, documents and experiment modules are available on the website.

Planète Sankoré - Portail de la pédagogie numérique

Planète Sankoré is both an online community and a database with a lot of a free digital educational resources available. An search engine allows users to find, searching by discipline and/or by grade, evaluate and share resources in the database and over 600 selected sites. Once logged in, users can also create free educational resources, share creative commons, create thematic groups, participate in communities of specific countries of interest, write and spread their own blog.

Sankoré is an open-source interactive digital teaching software for all DITs and interactive tool and it can be downloaded from the website: http://open-sankore.org

LRE - Learning Resource Exchange

The Learning Resource Exchange (LRE) for schools is developed and coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN, http://www.eun.org) and enables schools to find educational content from many different countries and providers. Anyone is able to browse content in the LRE federation of repositories and teachers that register can also use LRE social tagging tools, rate LRE content, save their Favourite resources and share links to these resources with their friends.

Other info about the project at http://fire.eun.org.

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