Online TV and Radio from L4L http://www.l4l.co.uk/?p=3828 Online TV and Radio from L4L
Over the last year I have been working towards building a series of specialist media channels for L4L.
I will have up and running:
A live streaming service in High Definition video for events
A live streamed TV show once a month
An online radio show with archived playlists of previous shows playing most nights / mornings
A pre-recorded “magazine” TV show repeated by streaming a couple of evenings a week
The L4L App to wrap all this content together
Universal Design for Learning UDL Videos http://bit.ly/14MBV3D Universal Design for Learning
Universal design for learning (UDL) is the practice of embedding flexible strategies into the curriculum during the planning process so that all students can access the curriculum. If UDL is implemented meaningfully, then it greatly reduces the need for retrofitting accommodations for individual students. The needs of individual learners are met through flexible teaching and carefully planned choices for all students to demonstrate their knowledge.
EdTechTalk #webcasts http://www.edtechtalk.com/ EdTechTalk #webcasts #webinar
Collaborative Open Webcasting Community
We meet here to talk about education, technology, our practice and the contexts we work in. You can come too. Check the schedule, show up and go to the chatroom.
YouPD is an educator, peer-led prof. dev. community. http://youpd.org YouPD is an educator, peer-led professional development community.
On this site, you can see the ways fellow teachers are solving problems, leave a comment, recommend an idea, share inventive things you’ve done, and take on meaningful professional learning challenges. We want to visualize and applaud how teachers can help each other develop as Learners, Sharers, Collaborators, and Influencers.
Watch your credibility amongst your peers grow while helping to build this shared professional resource.
Pedagoo http://www.pedagoo.org/ Pedagoo is a growing community of teachers collaboratively supporting, encouraging and sharing innovative and effective approaches to education. We aim to improve educational outcomes for our young people through positively and professionally sharing our practice. If you’re involved in education, you’re more than welcome to join our community and share your thoughts and practice. Pedagoo.org has been set up as a collaborative blog allowing teachers to easily share with an established community.
Post Graduate Certificate in Education (International) : Keele University PGCEi Hosted by Harrow International School, Bangkok. Aimed at teachers in, or aspiring to teach in, International Schools, Universities, and Language Schools across South East Asia.
The Keele PGCEi offers course members direct and extensive taught input by UK PGCE specialists and the support of a leading international school.
With Thailand-based British tutors and administrative support the Keele PGCEi offers the most student focussed, highest-quality programme of its type currently available in Asia.
Delivered at HIS in Bangkok, the programme is readily accessible to teachers and aspiring teachers located anywhere in Asia.
Teachercast http://teachercast.net/ The Professional Development Handbook
Listen, View, and Read about the latest in Educational Technology.
Peer 2 Peer University http://p2pu.org/en/ The Peer 2 Peer University is a grassroots open education project that organizes learning outside of institutional walls and gives learners recognition for their achievements.
P2PU creates a model for lifelong learning alongside traditional formal higher education. Leveraging the internet and educational materials openly available online, P2PU enables high-quality low-cost education opportunities.
100 Free Online Lectures http://tinyurl.com/dllott 100 Free Online Lectures that Will Make You a Better Teacher
Great teachers know that learning doesn’t stop as soon as you graduate from college. Teachers learn from their experience, from their colleagues, from their students, and any number of other resources.
If you are a teacher looking for ways to expand your knowledge base, here are 100 free lectures you can watch to help facilitate some of that learning.
Using Online Videos to Drive Prof. Dev. http://tinyurl.com/y7s2xq Using Online Videos to Drive My Own Professional Development
Suggestions from 'Teaching Hacks' "Aside from online communities, blogs and podcasts, I personally enjoy watching keynote, conference presentations and a variety of video content that has been archived online. I find that these are often the greatest motivators that help immerse me in new innovations or just inspire me."
Webcasts on some ICT issues http://www.p2pfoundation.net/index.php/Category:Webcasts Webcasts on some ICT issues ... e.g.
60 Minutes on Google | Anti-Spyware Coalition | Bill Thompson on Citizen Journalism | Bridging the Digital Divides | Code Breakers | Copyright Criminals | Cybersafety 2005 conference | David Isenberg on Who Will Run the Internet | Deborah Finn on the Wikipedia Culture | Ethical Markets Television | Free Expression in Asian Cyberspace | Future of the Digital Commons | Google and Skype in Davos | Identity 2.0 | Introductory Resources on Webcasting | Jimmy Wales on Cooperation in Wikipedia | Kaboodle Social Shopping Demo | Nerd TV | One Laptop per Child Project | Plum Social Browsing Demo | Report on Chinese Bloggers | Stingy Scholar Guide to Podcasts and Webcasts | Welcome to the Blogosphere - PBS |
Nextvista Video Libraries http://www.nextvista.org/ Nextvista Video Libraries
Next Vista for Learning is building an online library of video resources for learners everywhere.
What will it cost each user? Not one red cent.
Teachers TV (UK) http://www.teachers.tv/ Teachers TV (UK)
This website contains channel information, teaching resources, and full-length streaming video of all Teachers TV channel programmes.
Teachers' TV is a channel for everyone who works in education, from heads to NQTs, governors to support staff.
Programmes take you inside classrooms and schools across the country to see how good teachers are bringing the curriculum to life and improving schools.
All national curriculum subjects are covered in the Primary and Secondary Zones, where there are also programmes for headteachers, managers, newly qualified teachers and governors.
Also see www.teachers.tv/inclasstv
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