secondary schools

Digitale Kompetenzen

On this website, a large number of activities and Moodle courses to train students' digital competences can be found. An emphasis is put on perceiving ICT as a useful tool which can be used in many subjects.

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Helmut Stemmer, Günther Schwarz, Dieter Laggner, Helmut Caba, Hubert Egger, Karl Fuchs, Gerhard Futschek, Markus Geiger, Wilfried Grossmann, Alfred Nußbaumer, Peter Micheuz, Andrea Prock, Franz Riegler, Marlis Schedler, Michael Steiner, Bernd Steiner, Helene Swaton, Franz Tranninger, Walter Wegscheider, Rudolf Zoufal, Julia Jäger, Thomas Narosy

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School Lab: Giving life to your ideas

School Lab is an innovative online platform for the creation and exchange of scientific ideas by students, their professors, and researchers!
School Lab aims at helping students to:

Comprehend science’s fascinating challenges
Develop a critical and thought-provoking mindset through innovative and creative activities
Enhance their confidence and skills so they can present their ideas to a wide audience
Value upcoming scientists as role models

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British Council, Educational Radiotelevision - Ministry of Education in collaboration with Sci-Co

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2011

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History for Music Lovers on Youtube

History for Music Lovers is a Youtube channel with a collection of music videos made for history and literature teaching and performed on the backing track of very famous songs, like this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4pGFGkHOd8&feature=BFa&list=UUB3GNS3IPzv... about King Arthur (on the music of "Nature boy" by Eden Ahbez) or this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jz3d5x-MUT4&feature=BFa&list=UUB3GNS3IPzv... about the Ancient Minoan Civilization on the tones of "Creep" by Radiohead.
See also their Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/historyteacherz) and follow them on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/#!/historyteacherz).

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53 videos (2012/02):
William the Conqueror ("Sexyback"...
Viva Roma No. V ("Mambo #5" by Lo...
The Vikings ("Personal Jesus" by ...
The Trojan War ("Tainted Love" by...
The Spanish Inquisition ("(Keep F...
The Mahabharata ("Abracadabra" by...
The French Revolution ("Bad Roman...
The Crusades ("Eyes Without a Fac...
The Canterbury Tales ("California...
Renaissance Man ("Blister in the ...
Prehistoric ("Toxic" by Britney S...
Pompeii ("Bang Bang (My Lover Sho...
Napoleon ("Gone Daddy Gone" by th...
Mummification ("Good Riddance (Ti...
Mary, Queen of Scots ("Jenny from...
Martin Luther ("Manic Monday" by ...
Makers en partners
Macedonia ("My Sharona" by the Kn...
Leonardo da Vinci ("Dear Prudence...
Joan of Arc ("Seven Nation Army" ...
I'm a Knight ("Friday Night" by L...
History for Music Lovers
Henry VIII ("Money, Money, Money"...
Elizabeth I ("She's Not There" by...
Constantine ("Come On, Eileen" by...
Cleopatra ("Fergilicious" by Fergie)
Chinese Dynasties ("Vogue" by Mad...
Charlemagne ("Call Me" by Blondie)
Black Death ("Hollaback Girl" by ...
Beowulf ("99 Luftballons" by Nena)
Anne Boleyn ("Girl" by the Beatles)
Ancient Minoan Civilization ("Cre...

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Making Movies with Moviestorm, A guide for schools

This manual is meant for schools to learn to use Moviestorm, a 3D animation software (see the resource http://www.media-and-learning.eu/resource/moviestorm). Moviestorm enables the user to have a full virtual production of a movie, from conceptualisation to production and distribution. You can create and customise 3D sets and characters and film from multiple angles.

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- How to Use This Book

- Making Your First Movie
- Roles in Your Movie Crew
- Suggested Team Organisation

- Making the Most of Moviestorm

- Before You Start Filming

- Creating Your Film with Moviestorm
- Production Designer
- Director
- Editor
- Sound Designer

- More Information
- Glossary of Terms
- The Traditional Movie-Making Process

TrueTube

TrueTube is a website for schools with videos, lesson plans and assembly plans for PSHE, RE and Citizenship at Key Stages 3 & 4.

Launched in 2007, TrueTube now has a repository 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.

You can view an introductory video to TrueTube here: http://www.truetube.co.uk/hidden-theme/training-vids/intro-to-truetube

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- Body & Health
- Crime
- Culture
- The Earth
- Ethics &Religion
- Global
- Jobs & Money
- Relationships
- Society

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