Series: Teacher Professional Development
Please find and download the complete presentation in the Resources section. This digital signage presentation of 21st century learning values can be used to encourage a mindful approach to digital citizenship.
This video explores action driven learning, what it looks like in practice, and strategies to design and adapt action-driven learning experiences in every classroom.
This video gives practical advice on how to adapt resources to use in every classroom.
This video explores assessment in an action driven classroom, and strategies to design and adapt action-driven learning experiences in every classroom.
Aimed at school leaders this video gives practical advice on how to engage with and form partnerships within the community.
This video gives strategies on how use the news to connect students to the world around them and to what is going on in the classroom.
This video gives educators strategies on how to use technology to connect classrooms across schools, districts and borders.
This video explores the importance of educators building a professional learning network, and strategies on how to build a useful professional network.
This video gives educators strategies to help them build their own community of practice.
This video explores the importance of connecting lessons to students lives and passions, and strategies on how to make relevant connections for students in every classroom.
Warning: The following content may be distressing to some viewers. A boy faces the difficult decision whether to keep watching bullying, or to become a vehicle for change.
This video explores on the importance of reflecting on how an educator manages a class, and how they establish classroom norms and manage challenging behaviours on a day to day basis.
This videos explores the important role stories have in helping educators connect and learn from other professionals, and strategies to tell engaging stories from your classroom.
Collaboration skills are vital for any 21st century citizen. This video explains what collaborations skills are and gives tips on how educators can introduce and integrate collaboration throughout their teaching practice.
We define and explain what communication is in relation to the four C's of 21st century learning, and help your students communicate effectively within the classroom and the world beyond.
Accidents and injuries occur without warning. When incidents happen in public places, often the welfare of the victim depends on the level of help they receive before qualified paramedics or other professionals can attend to them. For this reason, it makes a lot of sense that as many people as possible have some basic skills in first aid. This programme provides a rundown of the issues involved, and the main types of injuries that occur in the community and how they should be treated. It includes what to do in an emergency; legal and moral aspects of first aid; fractures, dislocations, strains and sprains; neck, head and spinal injuries; hypothermia and hyperthermia; and CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) – (both hands-only, and hand and mouth procedures). It provides clear verbal and visual information, portraying some typical scenarios in public places where immediate first aid intervention is required, and demonstrating the correct ways to administer relevant procedures. This programme is an ideal learning resource for those studying first aid at an introductory level. Show Less
This video explores what comprehensive input is, why it's important and strategies for using comprehensive input in the classroom.
This video is a teacher reflection on teaching the global competency of critical communication in the classroom by discussing the challenges and opportunities it presents.
This video is a teacher reflection on teaching the global competency of critical thinking in the classroom by discussing the challenges and opportunities it presents.
This video is a teacher reflection on teaching the global competency of curiosity in the classroom by discussing the challenges and opportunities it presents.
What kind of teacher are you? A neutral facilitator? Or someone who is likely to volunteer your views? When it comes to impacting student learning, studies show no significant difference between these two approaches. But there are pros and cons.
Instructional video can take different forms, each with its own pros and cons. In this video, English, History and EAL teacher Steven Kolber introduces four types: screen capture, boards, classroom observation (video on demand) and green screen, giving examples of the equipment and programs required and their benefits and drawbacks. A valuable resource for educators interested in starting to make their own instructional videos. Show Less
This video explores what differentiation is and gives three differentiating strategies to use in the classroom.