Archive for the ‘Creativity’ category
A short introduction to blogs – how they work and why they matter.
With one-act-plays, plays for schools and children’s theatre groups and panto scripts all on line. Pick a pantomime script or a play script from the shelf – you get to browse the script before you choose whether to buy it or not. (Like a bookstore, you can’t take away the script unless you buy it, but you can sit in a quiet corner and read.)
“This site is for pupils, teachers and all those who enjoy stories and storytelling. The British Isles is rich in myths, folktales and legends. Almost every town, city and village in Britain has its own special story, be it a Celtic legend, Dark Age mystery, strange happening or fable. more…
Give your school a focus for Safer Internet Day by encouraging them to enter YHGFL’s competition. By creating a resource on the theme of cyberbullying your students could not only be in line for walking away with a top prize, but they could see their work showcased at a forthcoming Cyberbullying Conference and on our the YHGFL website.For further information click here.
Could you be an Oscar-winning film composer, a world-famous orchestral composer or a jazz pioneer?
Well, hereâ€™s your chance to make your talents known. Enter the Sibelius Student Composer Of The Year competition and you could get your composition heard by some living legends and win some amazing prizes including once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
After a fantastic start in 2007 our composer competition is back, and this time there are three musical genres to choose from plus an incredible line-up of judges and prizes.
Choose Film, Classical/Contemporary or Jazz and compete in one of two age categories: 10-16 and 17-18. Good luck!
Please note: Entries do not have to be created in Sibelius. Audio/video files created in other programs are welcome.
We made this video because wiki web sites are easy to use, but hard to describe. We hope to turn you on to a better way to plan a camping trip, or create the next Wikipedia.
Since most of today’s students can appropriately be labeled as “Digital Learners”, why do so many teachers refuse to enter the digital age with their teaching practices?
This presentation was created in an effort to motivate teachers to more effectively use technology in their teaching.
Please see http://t4.jordandistrict.org/payatten… to learn how you can become a better teacher.
We have come across a few people having problems with MP3 files and Making the News. After altering some of the settings in Audacity we have found a combination that works. Note: other settings may well work but these are the setting we have tested.
Open Audacity. Ensure that the Lame MP3 codec has been setup as per these instructions.
In Audacity.. Edit > Preferences > Quality
Default Sample Rate: 22050
Default Sample Format: 16-bit
All other setting left as Default
In Audacity.. Edit > Preferences > File Formats
MP3 Bit Rate: 64