News Tagged 'video'

Google App – YouTube Kids

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1-youtubekidsGoogle has created an easy to use, free app – YouTube Kids. It plays videos suitable for children from about 3 years old up to the age of about 7 though there are older videos to be found on it.  It is available for both Android and Apple devices.

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Adding Questions to Videos

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eduCanon2Adding questions to videos is a very powerful way of getting learners to engage with a video text. There are so many wonderful educational videos available for all aspects of the curriculum it is useful to be able to ask the children to watch one, and answer questions as they watch – making them take in ...

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Handbook of Digital Storytelling

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This publication has been produced as part of the Digital Commonwealth Project.  It introduces blogging, audio, video and social media as tools for story telling. It has been created using money from The Big Lottery fund and the Media Trust, who worked with the with the University of the West of Scotland to run the project.

The handbook was intended for use by ...

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A Tale Unfolds

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As  the last chance to sign up for A Tale Unfolds for FREE and start the project in Spring/Summer 2015 is drawing near, we thought that it would be timely to bring this fun and inspiring literacy resource to your attention. Why not view the sample resources for week one and two and read the very positive comments on the project website; you will see that teachers who have already taken part ...

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Childnet Film Competition

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Childnet Film CompetitionThe 2015 Childnet  Competition has just been launched! The competition organisers are inviting all primary and secondary schools, as well as youth organisations, across the UK to enter the challenge, which is to create a short film about Internet safety.

Schools that create the successful entries will be invited to London to watch their film being shown on the big screen at London’s BFI Southbank. They ...

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