Building Media literacy in the modern classroom From recognisable mass media sources such as television, newspapers and radio, to perhaps less recognisable forms of media… Read More »MEDIA LITERACY WEEK: a simple guide to identify, consume and create media
Some eleven-year-olds wash dishes for pocket money, others solve crimes. od in VictoriaSurprise your students with an original take on the detective genre. With a… Read More »The Inbestigators: Bring Critical Thinking and Creativity to your Classroom!
Engineering, maths, design, art? What is the missing link that brings them all together to create the wonderful world we live in? Science! National Science… Read More »Videos, lesson plans and more: National Science Week is just around the corner!
We enjoy their shade, eat their fruits and use many products made from their wood and most importantly breath in the oxygen that they make.… Read More »School Tree Day: A day to celebrate the wonderful world of trees
EnhanceTV’s Discover, Create, Share pedagogy was created to support teachers using digital technologies to teach, assess and create compelling lessons with foundations in higher-order thinking.… Read More »Discover, Create, Share: integrate ICT and higher-order thinking
The 4 C’s framework is one of the most essential curriculum guides for teaching with technology in the 21st-Century Classroom. The 4C’s are integral skills… Read More »EnhanceTV’s Screen Smart Tips: activate the 4C’s With video
As our conceptions of literacy expand beyond traditional notions and begin to include an expansive range of communication modes, so too do our ways of… Read More »EnhanceTV’s active viewing strategies for video
In today’s information ecosystem, we have become more familiar with bite-size, digestible media content that is processed quickly. As a result, our brains have developed… Read More »Create engaging microlessons with integrated video-clips
“We are all storytellers. We live in a network of stories. There isn’t a stronger connection between people than storytelling.” – Jimmy Neil Smith Narratives… Read More »Bring the creative potential of video storytelling to your classroom