Creating and Sharing

CS PlayLinks to information and resources that will help get to grips with Creating and Sharing content – whether you are just starting out, or wanting to take your awesome resource creation and remixing skills to the next level!

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TED-Ed

The TED-Ed site hosts a video library of curated educational videos, that can be searched by subject. You can also use the site to flip videos hosted on YouTube – find your video, and then create a lesson or activity around it by adding your own questions, notes and resources.

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Step by Step Tutorial on How to Flip your Classroom with TED-Ed

A walk through on creating lessons around YouTube Videos using the TED-Ed site (2013).

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The Teacher’s Guide to Flipped Classrooms

Part of Edudemic’s The Teacher’s Guides to Technology and Learning resource set, this guide offers handy tips for using the Flipped Classroom technique and links to further resources (2013).

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How the Flipped Classroom is Radically Transforming Learning

This article by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams, the inventors of the Flipped Classroom, provides an introduction and background to the concept, along with links to further reading and resources (2012).

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Dominik Lukes/Vital: Increasing inclusion through accessible documents: What all teachers should know

Video on key skills for making documents accessible, and the top 10 accessible practices (2012).

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Using Padlet (f.k.a. WallWisher) across the curriculum

How to use Padlet – an online collaborative pin board that can be used as an interactive whiteboard, collaboration, presentation, lesson management tool. Great for curating, displaying and interacting with collaborative projects!

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University of Leicester: Manufacturing Pasts Toolkit

This tool kit page, designed to help you make the most of the University of Leicester’s Manufacturing Pasts collection of primary sources and learning materials, is a great example of how video, texts and documents can be used to present projects online in an accessible and comprehensive way that others can build on.

Scroll down for practical ‘how to’ guides: creating a map-based virtual tour in Prezi, creating e-books, and creating interactive PDF ‘apps’

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P2PU’s School of Open

Learn about open, openness and open education at the Peer to Peer University (P2PU) School of Open site – information on copyright, Creative Commons, Wikipedia and much more.

P2PU’s School of Ed

An online community for sharing primary and secondary school resources.

How do I make a P2PU course?

Information about using the P2PU site to create an open, online course, including designing and testing your course – also contains a half hour crash course in getting started.

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The Story of Open Educational Resources (OERs) and why they Matter

Get up to speed quickly with these presentations on OERs (2013)

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Creative Commons

Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. Includes links to Open Educational Resources

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This page was last updated in September 2014. We welcome suggestions for our next review –  if you would like to contribute any Creating and Sharing resources to this page please submit these via the comments, including a link and a short introductory paragraph.

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