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Metro Magazine

Metro magazine is published by the Australian Teachers of Media, (ATOM). ATOM also publishes Screen Education magazine; study guides and education kits; The Moving Image series of monographs; and web sites for feature films, documentaries and television programs. ATOM also runs The Education Shop and The Speakers’ Bureau.

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Magazines
• Metro Magazine
• Screen Education
• Writers
• Style Guide

Resources
• The Education Shop
• Study Guides
• Moving Image

Services
• NFSA’s Schools Program
• Screening PD & Seminars
• The Speakers’ Bureau
• EnhanceTV ATOM Awards
• Email Lists

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Digitaal leren. ICT-toepassingen in het hoger onderwijs

The Information and Communication Technologies place all actors in Higher Education in front of big challenges. Almost all micro level aspects of education are influenced by them. This book's chapters look into subjects recognizable for each teacher in Higher Education or outside: learning goals, learning materials, work forms, assessment approaches, study counselling, access to e-libraries and source materials, etc.

De Information and Communication Technologies plaatst iedere tewerkgestelden in het Hoger Onderwijs voor grote uitdagingen. Bijna alle aspecten op microniveau worden hierdoor beïnvloed. De hoofdstukken van dit boek wijden uit over onderwerpen die herkenbaar zijn voor elke leerkracht uit het Hoger Onderwijs of daarbuiten: leerdoelen, lesmateriaal, werkvormen, beoordelingstechnieken, studiebegeleiding, toegang tot elektronische bibliotheken en bronmateriaal, enzovoort.

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Ivan D'haese, Martin Valcke (Red.)

Year

2005

ISBN

ISBN-13: 978-90-209-5880-5

Length

296 pages

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Spielfilme im Unterricht. Didaktik, Anregungen, Hinweise

Movies picture current moods, atmospheres and developments. They use different ways of showing their own view of the reality. As they are entertaining, young people like movies a lot.
This text suggests ways of working with movies in Literature, Language, Religious Education and Art-classes both in a pedagogically motivated as well as in a didactically reasonable way. The movies can both be used in terms of content or as a subject to formal analysis. If teachers manage to use that medium without destroying its aura, they can build on existing media competency and can foster new, improved abilities when it comes to handling media.

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Introduction

Before didactics

Cinema, cinema

Movies in class

Didactical use of movies in class
• Resources
• Use of movies and copyright law

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Adobe Reader

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Matthias Wörther

Year

2005

Length

15 pages

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Digital Video in Education

This is a segment of Keith Lightbody's continously updated web site (http://www.zardec.net.au/keith/index.html) of which he says "This site is about helping everyday people use technology to do a quality job - quicker, easier, smarter! The focus is on achieving good solutions cost-effectively, calmly and simply. I aim to help the 80% of people who just want learning technology to be easy to use and reliable."

Table of contents: 

1. Quick Start
2. Curriculum Benefits
3. Recent Advances
4. Possible Uses
5. Buying Camcorders
6. Project Planning
7. Video Production
8. Video Output 9. Software Tips
10. Camcorder Tips
11. Hardware Tips
12. Glossary
13. Helpful Resources
14. Site Credits

BEELDSPRAAK 2

This PDF is meant for audiovisual students but can be freely downloaded. It combines guidelines with assignments.

Deze PDF is bedoeld voor audiovisuele studenten maar can vrij gedownload worden. Het combineert richtlijnen met opdrachten.

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Acrobat Reader

Story of Stuff

Annie Leonard explains how "stuff" or waste affects our communities at home and abroad. "The Story of Stuff is a 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns. The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, and calls us together to create a more sustainable and just world." The video can be divided into chapters, explains concepts with simple examples and in a humorous way.

TES Connect - Teaching and Video Resources

The TES Connect is a social network that allows teachers to network, share and recommend resources including videos, and search for jobs.

The TES Connect Resources includes teaching resources all created and uploaded by other teachers in the TES community for everyone to share. With separate subject channels for every type of teacher, there are all kinds of classroom materials including lesson plans, videos, PowerPoints, games, puzzles, worksheets and tutorials.

Today, with more than 2.7 million registered online users in over 276 countries and territories, it is the world’s largest online network of teachers. More than 3.6 million resources are downloaded from the TES website a week, with eight TES resources downloaded a second.

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You can search on keywords and via categories:

- Subject (a few examples are:)
- English
- Physical education
- ICT
- Modern foreign languages
- French
- Citizenship
- Geography
- Drama
- Key Stage
- Special needs
- Whole school
- Resource Type
- File Type

Case studies

The case studies show different ways that filmmaking was integrated into the academic context.

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Genesis and Genre - Since film was a core part of the module, students spent a considerable part of their classroom time studying films and learning about filmmaking. They worked in groups to produce short dramatised sections of novels and plays by Galdós.

Understanding Law II - Students were asked to make a group-based presentation in an electronic format of their choice - video, podcast, screencast or a combination. Students had a two-hour workshop on shooting and editing, then worked independently.

Architecture - Post-graduate architecture students were offered the opportunity to use filmmaking as part of a large final project. They worked with a Norwegian filmmaker and had professional help in the form of 'master-classes' from Sheffield based filmmakers, then went on to make their own films.

Filming Shakespeare - Students were encouraged to creatively interpret a section of a Shakespeare play. Working in groups they storyboarded, directed and edited, with the support of a film crew.

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Claire Allam (content) & Danny Monaghan (design), Learning Development and Media Unit, University of Sheffield

Year

2007

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4 case studies

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Lehrer Online

Lehrer-Online offers its users everything related to using digital media in education: teaching materials, media reviews, link collections, ...

Table of contents: 

News/Education/Media Literacy/Dossier

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Acrobat Reader, Powerpoint, Real Player,…

EduTube Educational Videos

With a slogan as "EduTube Educational Videos - find the best videos on the web in one place" EduTube focuses on educational videos, which are linked from other video repository sites such as YouTube, MetaCafe, … so this web site is actually a collection of linked and embedded educational videos. Uploading to this site isn't possible, which is a difference with sites such as YouTube.

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