Critical Thinking Workbook
The Critical Thinking Workbook helps teachers develop mindful communication and problem-solving skills for their students with a variety of different games and activities. It has activities that are adaptable to any grade level.
32 augmented reality Apps for the classroom
This link provides lots of background to the use of AR in education along with examples illustrating how it can be applied
Pinterest on Media Literacy
This Media Literacy page on Pinterest includes 25 different ideas and suggestions for stimulating media literacy in the classroom.
Boys biggest conversation
Video from MediaSmart and FirstNews that can be used in classrooms to encourage young men, to talk about body image and the effect it has on their mental wellbeing.
Panopto guide to lecture capture
Guide from Panopto on lecture capture set ups which includes 9 examples of different lecture capture setups for various learning spaces. It also provides information on recommended audio and visual recording equipment.
This website includes a variety of talks by teenagers in North America on the topic of misinformation. Useful to stimulate discussion with teenagers.
Project Look Sharp is a media literacy initiative of Ithaca College in USA that develops and provides plenty of lesson plans, media materials, training, and support for the effective integration of media literacy with critical thinking into classroom curricula at all education levels.
Pexels free stock images
This is a large source of free images that can be used in various ways
Beyond the Headline: Online News Verification game
This game available in the form of a short poster is available from EAVI and can be used to show students some of the critical and visual cues we can use to quickly judge the veracity of online content.
The TIB AV-Portal is a web-based platform for quality-tested scientific videos from the realms of technology/engineering, architecture, chemistry, information technology, mathematics and physics. Amongst other things, the videos portray computer visualisations, learning material, simulations, experiments, interviews, and recordings of lectures and conferences. A key feature of the portal is the use of different automated video analyses. The added value: these video analyses enable pinpoint searches within the video content.
The Competence Centre for Non-Textual Materials at the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) started developing the portal in cooperation with the Hasso Plattner Institute for Software Systems Engineering, in July 2011. The TIB AV-Portal went online in spring 2014.
The TIB AV-Portal can be used to search easily for scientific videos from the fields of science and technology, and to cite and publish such videos in a simple manner. In addition, numerous videos can be downloaded, licensed or ordered on DVD.
The TIB AV-Portal focuses mainly on scientific videos from the six core subjects of the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB):
In 2012, TIB acquired the media stock of IWF gGmbH. In addition to videos from the realms of science and technology, this stock also contains videos from the following subject areas:
Arts and Media
Scientific videos mainly from TIB’s core subjects will be newly acquired for the TIB AV-Portal.
Arts and Media
The TIB AV-Portal
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