How video can be used in the curriculum

This section looks at how moving image can be used in 2 ways: to support the curriculum and to reflect on how ICT can be used in the curriculum.

Trainee teachers

Sample use of IT within the English with Drama and Media Education PGCE programme Trainees are using free software- ‘Audacity’ and ‘Moviemaker’ (downloadable from the internet) to create podcasts and movies for use as teaching resources within English, Drama and Media classrooms. Trainees are primarily using the resources to present texts to pupils in very …
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The following list of websites show teachers demonstrating and reflecting on the practical use of ICT in the classroom; these examples have been recorded through video. These links are provided as examples of working with ICT but their inclusion does not indicate the authors of the site are recommending them as best practice. Tim Rylands …
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ICT Projects

The projects listed here are examples of longitudinal projects that support the creative use of ICT in the classroom. FÍS FÍS (literally translated as ‘Vision’) was an initiative from the Department of Education and Science (DES) in the Republic of Ireland and was a project designed to introduce the medium of film as a support …
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Moving Image Arts

AS, A2 and from Sept 2009 GCSE Moving Image Arts (MIA) is a qualification in the art of the moving image which has been introduced to schools across Northern Ireland by CCEA (the Council for the Curriculum and Examinations). Following the successful introduction of the pilot at AS-Level in the 03/04 and 04/05 academic years, …
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