Thanks to Susan Carton for this very informative post.
Please don’t close this news down – thisreally could help!
Who else is drowning under the emails with all the tech whizz-bang new resources that we should all be using?
If you need some breathing space and need to focus on really important issues like marking, preparing classes, timetabling or interviewing – then this may give you the time you need to just take a breath, think about your priorities and begin to relax into what you need to focus on. I’ve been trying to audio record over my powerpoints and there have been a lot of ‘bad words’ as I struggle to sound engaging.
If you have no time to read this, then scroll to the end of the document for a ‘ClickView into Moodle’ baby step guide.
Really, I am right beside you – homeworking could be really amazing and when we get into this, we will achieve so much. However, we are drowning in the sharing of resources. Thanks – but no thanks.
Maybe there should be a WCS rule … ‘though shalt only share one useful pointer per weekand give teaching staff a chance to apply that new knowledge’ or you will cause anxiety and stress among your teaching staff.
That said (sheepishly…) this really is useful.
ClickView video resources – free, easy to use and WOW, something that actually does save time!
I joined in with the ClickView webinar: remote working in FE. It helped to reduce some of the anxieties that you get when you are looking into the massive depths of unknown tech/software. Yes, it is like that for some of us! Don’t be put off. Give this one a try – really, it is SO useful.
What isClickView? It is a library of video resources that you can add to moodle (or another platform) and share with your classes. It has been designed to provide ‘compelling vocational content’ for our level of stu