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PUBLIC MARKS from knann with tags video & msvt

May 2008

January 2008

Resource: Teaching Foreign Languages K-12: A Library of Classroom Practices

Teaching Foreign Languages K–12 is a video library illustrating effective instruction and assessment strategies for teaching foreign languages

November 2007

Flick School

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Flickschool is the work of Marco Torres, a history teacher at a large high school in San Fernando who works with students in the area of digital storytelling and other creative endeavors. At the Flickschool site, numerous short "how-to" video clips are provided that contain mini lessons on topics such as script-writing, story-boarding, photography techniques, music technology, and film-making. A true gem!

Microscope Imaging Station. Gallery.

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The Microscope Imaging Station produces high-resolution images and movies using research-grade microscopes. This gallery contains a range of images and movies that illustrate the diversity of what can be seen with light microscopes.

October 2007

ARKive - Creating a lasting audio-visual record of life on Earth.

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ARKive (www.arkive.org) is the world's centralised library of films and photographs of the world's endangered species - freely accessible to all online for private research and internal educational purposes. Hailed as the digital Noah's Ark, it has won numerous conservation, education and communication awards since its launch by Sir David Attenborough in 2003, and has now profiled over 2,500 of the world's endangered species, using over 3,000 movie clips and 18,000 photos as well as a full research page on each animal - all freely available for internal educational use at www.arkive.org. Register for free and create a scrapbook that can be shared with students

September 2007

A N I M O T O: the end of slideshows

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Very cool online tool to create videos using photos.

NOAA Ocean Explorer

Find multimedia resources such as video, podcasts, photos and over 240 lesson plans for grades 5-12.

NOAA Learning Objects

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NOAA learning objects View Lesson 1 - Plate Tectonics View Lesson 2 - Mid-Ocean Ridges View Lesson 3 - Deep-Sea Corals View Lesson 4 - Subduction Zones View Lesson 5 - Chemosynthesis and Hydrothermal Vent Life View Lesson 6 - Deep-Sea Benthos View Lesson 7 - Water Cycle View Lesson 8 - Ocean Currents View Lesson 9 - Ocean Waves View Lesson 10 - Tides View Lesson 11 - Energy from the Oceans View Lesson 12 - Food, Water, and Medicine from the Sea View Lesson 13 - Ocean Pollution View Lesson 14 - Hurricanes View Lesson 15 - Seamounts Each video contains a related activity and topic. OUTSTANDING!

Windows Movie Maker 2 - Movies

Welcome to our FREE tutorial series on Windows® Movie Maker 2. Windows Movie Maker 2 lets you create, edit, and share your movies right on your PC. It's easy to use, yet it provides powerful capabilities that rival those of expensive computer editing packages.

Student News - Stories and Video from CNN.com

The Student News portal from CNN provides articles and videos on top USA or International News. Free of advertising. Also available as an RSS feed for your webpage.

June 2007

dotSUB.com ~ Any film in any language.

Add captioning to any video!--including other languages.....Lots of educational uses!

Uth TV - Rise Up

Uth TV fosters opportunities for young mediamakers to have their authentic voices heard by a vast audience. UthTV.com is an online community for creators of all levels to share original video, audio, image, and word content; Members receive online exposure and critiques from fellow mediamakers. Working with Members, Uth TV also produces original content for television, feature films, online, and other distribution formats.

April 2007

Next Vista for Learning

An online library of free videos for learners everywhere - find resources to help you learn just about anything, meet people who make a difference in their communities, and even discover new parts of the world. And Next Vista for Learning wants to post your educational videos online, too. Everyone has an insight to share and yours may be just what some student or teacher somewhere needs!

January 2007

Video Resources for Middle School Math

List of specific video resources for middle school math that can be used for differentiation.

Pre-Algebra, Algebra, & Geometry

Billings Public Schools Math Video Project. Math videos produced by high school teachers and aligned with their textbooks. Ongoing project but many videos available.

December 2006

GeoBeats - Guided video tours of your next international destination

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GeoBeats is website where anyone can watch free short videos on international destinations that highlight history, culture, shopping, food, nightlife, lifestyle, and other aspects of interest to travelers. The content in the videos is well researched which means you will get consistent quality and reliability across our videos. Also, the videos have a "down to earth" feel as opposed to a heavy commercial angle. At the same time, they are created by professional filmmakers and feature interesting hosts who add a unique and personal flavor. GeoBeats is seeking filmakers to cover destinations around the world. Videos can be embedded in your website via javascript.

November 2006

Hipcast

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Audio and video podcasting service. Create audio over the phone. Record video online. Post to blog automatically.

Vodcaster

Software program for publishing audio and video podcasts for Mac OSX

Sargent Park Math Zone

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Grade 8 math teacher using a blog as a homework site and enrichment center, He uses a variety of Web 2.0 tools to support student learning in math. Students take turns as scribes responsible for posting to the blog.

Podcast

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These podcasts are created by the students at the Charles F. Patton Middle School. Each can be downloaded from these pages for your listening on a computer. If you have iTunes, you may download the program to an mp3 player and take the show on the road! We hope you enjoy our collection of programs. We have a few more in production at this time, so come back and see what is new, or subscribe by clicking on the button below and we will send them to you when they are completed.

SketchUp - Tutorials

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Video Tutorials Got a couple of minutes? Want to get started with 3D modeling? These quick tutorials will teach you how to model in SketchUp and placing your work in Google Earth. For best performance, please make sure your browser is up-to-date.

October 2006

The Wild Classroom

Great site with videos, lesson plans, and resources for biology. You can easily subscribe to the video podcasts from the home page. Topics include: Taxonomy and Classification, Cell Biology,Behavior,Biodiversity,RNA and DNA,Ecology,Development,Genetics,Immunology,Physiology,Plant Biology