Teach Using Video; Intervention Two-Step; 5 Ways to Get Students to Listen

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FEB 26, 2014

Film and Video in the Classroom


Technology for Making Movies in the Classroom

5 Apps for Making Movies
Turn your students' iPads into a movie studio for free -- or close to it!

Kid-Friendly, Foreign Films to Enrich Literacy and Empathy
Introduce your students to the wider world through these six foreign films.

18 Education Movies That Will Give You Hope
Discover some bright and beautiful spots in education at schools all over the country.


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VIDEO SPOTLIGHT: 5-MINUTE FILM FESTIVAL

Watch this Video8 Interactive Video Tools for Engaging Learners
Want to teach using video? Check out this curated list of Web tools that are fun and easy to use.

 

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