Sunday, September 7, 2008

How to ... video resources for teachers

Russell Stannard, principal lecturer in Multimedia/ICT at the University of Westminster has some excellent videos on technologyand on English language teaching.
These videos were created for teachers to help them to incorporate technology into their teaching. Just click and a video will open and take you through how to use that technology. These videos are for any teachers or lecturers, indeed for anyone interested in learning how to use the technologies. My own background is in teaching English, so some of the sites are specific to English teaching and these are grouped separately, you simply need to scroll down to see them. There is also a special page of videos for students interested in multimedia, where you can learn Flash, Director and Photoshop
They are accessible, well produced resources and will provide a valuable self help for our cluster teachers.

URL: http://www.teachertrainingvideos.com/

Videos available include:
Blogger
Second Life 
Mindmapping,
Online Surveys,
RSS Feeds,
YouTube,
iTunes for Podcasts,
PowerPoint,
How to create a blog,
How to do better searches on the Internet,
Photoshop basics,
How to use and make wikis,
How to use Delicious,
Tips and tricks for Word
Drawing and recording site,
Voicethread,
etc

Plus a selection of English Language Teaching videos

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