1. Next Steps - Learning from your generation


    from The Like Minded Added

    Next Steps is one of the biggest and most important studies of the generation born in 1989-90 anywhere in the world. It began following 16,000 young people who were in Year 9 in 2004 at state or independent secondary schools across England.

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    • Bones in Human Body


      from Hari Ankem Added 2,416 8 0

      The video explains details the bones of Human Body. The video is part of the educational content developed for K-12 curriculum by FortunaPix, a global leader in providing fascinating 3-D stereoscopic content and Holistic Learning Resources.

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      • Closure


        from Alexa Green Added 278 5 3

        Three teens find solace in visiting the abandoned campus of their closed-down high school. In October 2006, BCD2S announced to their small 50-student and 15-faculty community that the high school portion of the school would be forced to close at the end of the year due to financial troubles. Parents met once a week to strategize how to save the school, but to no avail. Depressed students and faculty alike began their search for new schools for next year, while still navigating the tumultuous high school world. At the start of the following year, many friends were split up and went to different schools. For most, the adjustment was extremely difficult in their new schools. This film was made completely by ex-BCD students.

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        • The New Kid - Anti-bullying short film (Polskie napisy)


          from Kamil T Added 1,082 4 2

          As a new kid starts a new school, he catches the attention of a class bully - things get worse... Anti-bullying short film Abbeyfield Secondary School Northampton Kliknij "CC" i wybierz jezyk "Polski"

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          • SUONABENE


            from Leandro Pisano Added 285 3 0

            SUONABENE is a project focused on the sound crossing of Benevento, a town located in the Apennines of South Italy, in the Sannio region, a place of enormous cultural and historical layering and rich in important monuments since pre-Roman age. This project, referred to secondary school students of the "Liceo G.B. De La Salle" of Benevento and curated by Leandro Pisano, took place from 2011 to 2013 and was based on the idea that the sound exploration of the places in the town, with a multidisciplinary perspective involving other subjects as architecture, history, philosophy, literature, can help students to re-discover with a new approach the places where they live. This multidisciplinary method is sustained by the use of different tools and media: sound, moving image, photography, social media (Twitter, Facebook), with the aim of hybridizing the disciplinary contents learned by students during their course of studies with innovative methods and perspectives that are appropriate for analyzing and narrating contents and stories which connect traditions and modernity, local and global culture, old and new technologies. The students have been guided to this exploration through following a storytelling approach in which legends and stories are blended together, as a narrative work of deconstruction and rewriting of perception of the places in the town. Editing, postproduction, camera: Giuliano Mozzillo Storyboard: Leandro Pisano

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            • OSZTALYFILM


              from Zoltan Vigh Added

              Amateur shot secondary school event movie, made between 1983-87 in Hungary, Budapest. II. Rakoczi Ferenc Gimnazium, class 'A'. Super 8 and VHS originals, edited on the original film material (1st part) and VHS-VHS transfer (2nd part). Titles superimposed later in 1992. The "telecine" was a Russian made Rus brand film projector, a white painted wall and a Sony CCD camera.

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              • How Batik is Created


                from Chek Wee Foo Added 135 2 0

                Batik is a cloth that traditionally uses a manual wax-resist dyeing technique. Batik or fabrics with the traditional batik patterns are found in mostly in Southeast Asian countries. This video features the process of creating Batik for commercial products during a visit to a Batik factory in Penang, Malaysia. Video Duration: 4 minutes Note: Teachers who wish to use this video for educational purposes may email ideas2images@yahoo.com to request for this source video.

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                • SPRUNG 2014 - A Celebration of Dance at KEVICC


                  from KEVICC Added

                  SPRUNG 2014 - A Celebration of Dance at King Edward VI Community College (KEVICC) in Totnes, South Hams, Devon.

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                  • Snapshot Video of St Peter's Cambridge, New Zealand


                    from St Peter's School, Cambridge Added 37.4K 2 0

                    St Peter's School, Cambridge, New Zealand. St Peter’s is one of New Zealand's leading Independent, Anglican, co-educational, day and boarding secondary schools for Years 7 to 13 students. For more information, please see our website - www.stpeters.school.nz School (Reception) Phone Number: +64 7 827 9899 School Fax Number: +64 7 827 9812 E-mail: info@stpeters.school.nz Website: www.stpeters.school.nz

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                    • What Side Are You On?


                      from Handstand UK Added

                      Short drama film about coming out and homophobia in secondary school, made by students of the Academy of St Francis in Liverpool. Produced in 2010 for Clapperboard UK. Writing support: Arthur Ellison. Teaching support Nicola Ousey. Youth filmmaker: Alison Down. Camera tutor: Jane Watson. Editor: Han Duijvendak. Dubbing mixer: Alan Watson. Music licensed by AudioNetwork Plc. Original title theme by Matthew Breen.

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