Primary and Secondary Level Education - Teachers training
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National and language-dependent repositories in Greek that supports the educational process in primary and secondary Education.
The Educational Broadcasting was founded in 1977 and is an innovative institution of Y PAIThPA. It provides educational materials and information with the production and presentation of television programs but also in expanded reproduction and placing them in the educational community in DVD format.
European Commission Audiovisual Portal
This website is the sudiovisual portal of the European Commission.
Today at the disposal of our current 125.623 clients we have: 13.500 audio files,
153.055 photos and 108.745 videos.
Share the Sights and the Sounds of Europe
EducatorLabs is comprised of school librarians and media specialists who volunteer as curators and conservators of the scholastic web.
A small team of retired educators and librarians who volunteer to fill resource requests (see: http://educatorlabs.org/request-a-resource/ ) that come from educators every day on a variety of topics. Each time a resource toolkit to be used in the classroom is put together.
Net Children Go Mobile- Research
Mobile internet access and use among European children. Initial findings of the Net Children Go Mobile project.
1.2 The policy agenda
1.3 The project
1.4 Framework and methodology
1.5 This report
2. Access and use
2.1 Where children use the internet
2.2 How children access the internet
2.4 Age of first use
2.5 Parental uses of the internet smartphones and tablets
3. Online activities
3.1 Types of online activities
3.2 Smartphone users
3.3 Tablet users
3.4 Social networking and media sharing platforms
4. Summary of findings and preliminary observations
6. The network
Photodentro is the Greek Digital Learning Object Repository (LOR) for primary and secondary education. It has been designed and is being developed by CTI Diophantus in the framework of "Digital School" in order to become the central access point to digital educational content and is open to all, students, teachers, parents, as well as anybody else interested.
Learning objects are small, self-contained, re-usable units of learning. David Wiley gave one of the most famous definitions: "Any entity, digital or non-digital, that may be used for learning, education or training".
Photodentro/Educational Video is the Greek Educational Video Repository for primary and secondary education. It has been designed and developed by CTI Diophantus in the framework of "Digital School" in order to host collections of curriculum related short-length videos that can be used in the learning process. It is open to all, students, teachers, parents, as well as anybody else interested. The Photodentro/Educational Video Repository is one of the Educational Content Repositories of the Photodentro group.
The first collection of the Photodentro/Educational Video Repository consists of the 700 short length videos of the Hellenic Educational Radiotelevision of the Greek Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs. These videos have been selected and segmented from their original Educational Radiotelevision films and have been annotated in the context of the EU-funded project EduTubePlus - A European curriculum related video library and hybrid e-services for the pedagogical exploitation of video in class (www.edutubeplus.info). The Photodentro/Educational Video Repository will be linked to the National Greek Aggregator of Educational Content Photodentro.
Workshop “Developing documentaries in schools”
Educational Radiotelevision (EduTV) organised the MEDEAnet workshop “Developing documentaries in schools” on 5-7 April 2013 in Athens, Greece. The workshop was dedicated at primary and secondary level teachers who already have a prior experience in video production, basic knowledge in ICT, and Web 2.0 tools.
Lead speaker of the workshop was the Film director and Media Educator, Maria Leonida. She focused on methodologies related to documentary, exploring how various tools and resources can be used to enhance creativity in schools and finally understanding how documentary can be a multimodal, effective, informative and expressive medium. During the 3-day workshop the 24 participants learnt about ways to refine their shooting and editing techniques, enhance their creative techniques, focus on methodologies and educational content that could make teaching exciting and attractive to young people.
Sofia Papadimitriou (EduTV, Greece) presented the whole activities of the MEDEAnet project and how to publish and disseminate videos in social media and embed them in learning environments.
In addition, two successful webinars were held on Saturday and Sunday morning, exchanging experiences of creating videos with other European teachers. Sally Reynolds (ATiT, Belgium) first presented the history of MEDEA Awards and the experience of teachers’ training in media and the challenges that are emerged. In particular, Annamaria Lisotti (Italy) talked about the recordings of Science experiments in the classroom with her pupils and Anca Irimina (Romania) presented the use of video in a vocational school of Romania and her relevant experience. An active discussion was developed after their presentations, providing a good opportunity for the participants to ask questions about best practices of using the video in classroom settings.
Petros Michailidis, the winner of MEDEA Awards in the category “User-Generated Educational Media” last year, presented via Skype the ways he creates videos with his pupils and how he integrates this process in the curriculum.