Interview with Girls Who Code community partnerships manager Jackson Thomas

I only film new, non-profit, innovative, worthwhile organisations at BETT/the Education Show each year. Finding them is like looking Read more

Interview with Mitch Resnick - MIT Media Lab - about Scratch 3.0 at BETT 2019

I walked into the Press enclosure at Bett 2019 and bumped into Mitch Resnick. He kindly agreed to do Read more

Filming at BETT 2019

This is probably my last year filming at BETT 2019. In order to get good interviews on the fly Read more

The English Curriculum 2019

Well - I lasted six months and I'm back. The latter half of this year has been devoted to Read more

My last Video Interview in UK education - Clare Sealy on No More Marking

I am now retired from making videos on UK education - here is an extract from the last video Read more

The L4L courses site now has free easy access

My course http://l4lcourses.co.uk/enrol/index.php?id=5 - 'how to set up a cheap professional filming unit for schools' is now completely open Read more

Testing the SmallHD Focus monitor with my Sony A5100 camera

I have just bought a SmallHD Focus 5" Monitor for use with my smaller cameras - especially the point Read more

BETT 2018

Here's a quick video roundup of my impressions of this year's BETT. Every year I interview one or two people Read more

BETT 2018

This is one of a couple of posts I'll be doing about BETT 2018. This year I spent some time Read more

A Modest Proposal

Multimedia Resources by Teacher Communities Here is a modest proposal I'm making to DFE and the Chartered College of Teaching. Read more

Mediated Reality

How to use Twitter’s Moments as a personal newsfeed

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Excerpt: Twitter has just turned on the ability for every user to create their own “Moments” feeds on desktop computers. If you go to your Twitter on a PC and look at your home page you should see the new “Moments” option in the menu. Depending on how it is rolled out you might have to wait a while until you can create one but eventually the ability to post tweets to a stream shows up when you click on your picture on the desktop version (at the time of writing this isn’t possible on mobile). From there you are taken to…

Interview with Sarah Jones

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I recently caught up with Sarah Jones (@VirtualSarahJ) at the Coventry Storytelling Festival at Coventry University and we talked about her involvement in VR, 360 degree video and Augmented Reality (AR). Sarah is one of the main practitioners and educators (at HE level) involved with VR development in the UK. The people Sarah refers to in the film are: Mel Slater > http://www0.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/m.slater/Mel_Slaters_Home_Page/Home.html Sarah Hill > http://www.seemehuman.com/ Specular Theory > http://www.speculartheory.com/ ThingLink > http://demo.thinglink.com/vr-editor. VRgirlsUK is on Twitter at @VRgirlsUK Samantha Kingston is on Twitter as @K_Samantha1. Virtual Umbrella is here http://www.virtualumbrella.marketing/ I mentioned Nonny de la Peña – Her website is here > http://www.immersivejournalism.com/

L4LTV Prog. 1 now on YouTube

Posted on by leoncych in Adult Learning, advisory, blogging, Computer Science, Computing at School, Continual Professional Development, CPD, Curriculum, Digital Literacy, Digital Makers, Digital Media, distributed networking, Educational Change, Games based learning, GBL, informal learning, Innovation, KS1, KS2, KS3, L4Lnews, Learning Content, Learning Design, Learning Platform, Learning Tools, mediascapes, Mediated Reality, metaverse, Minecraft, mobile learning, pedagogy, Peer to Peer, Personalised Learning, podcasting, teaching, teachmeet, TeachMeet TV, training, video, video streaming, Web 2.0 | Comments Off on L4LTV Prog. 1 now on YouTube

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Excerpt: Learn 4 Life Programme 1 is now on YouTube. Each fortnight we will livestream a show for interested teachers for 2 hours at primetime on a Saturday night at 9 pm GMT. For the following 2 weeks we will make it available to a limited number of viewers on a growing playlist at http://tv.L4L.co.uk. Then in the months that follow, we’ll have a rolling programme of pushing out the legacy shows to wider and wider audiences on the web – on Roku – on Apple TV – on Archive.org and as many web/ second screen TV and audio podcast outlets that we can find…

L4LTV Programme Notes – 14th Dec 2013

Posted on by leoncych in Adult Learning, advisory, blogging, Computer Science, Computing at School, Continual Professional Development, CPD, Curriculum, Digital Divide, Digital Literacy, Digital Makers, distributed networking, Educational Change, informal learning, Innovation, KS1, KS2, KS3, L4Lnews, Learning Content, Learning Design, Learning Platform, Learning Tools, mediascapes, Mediated Reality, mobile, mobile learning, News, pedagogy, Peer to Peer, Personalised Learning, podcasting, Primary, teaching, teachmeet, TeachMeet TV, training, twitter, video, video streaming | Comments Off on L4LTV Programme Notes – 14th Dec 2013

Below is the Scribd document of the notes for the second #L4LTV web tv teacher to teacher CPD programme.

L4L Programme Notes 14:12:2014

If you cannot see the above document then please go to : http://www.scribd.com/doc/191419887/L4L-Programme-Notes-14-12-2014 The programme is live streamed tonight at 9 pm GMT at: https://new.livestream.com/L4L/L4LTV and will be archived at the web address below 2 hours later: http://tv.L4L.co.uk

Why making your own media is more important than watching others’

Posted on by leoncych in Adult Learning, advisory, blogging, Continual Professional Development, CPD, Curriculum, Digital Literacy, Digital Makers, Digital Media, distributed networking, informal learning, Learning Design, Learning Platform, Learning Tools, mediascapes, Mediated Reality, teachmeet, vblog, video, video streaming, Web 2.0 | Comments Off on Why making your own media is more important than watching others’

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I have lived the past 30 years of my life without a TV. I rarely watch mainstream TV in “real time” unless at a friend’s or relative’s house by default. I gave it up as a habit I could do without, one week in 1979, when I realised I could read through the whole transcript of John Pilger’s ‘Year Zero: The Silent Death of Cambodia’ in a fifth of the time I took to view it on TV. It is still an incredibly powerful piece of reporting: Year Zero: The Silent Death of…

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