How Flipped Learning fits into Four Dimensional Education Framework of Educational Goals (Infographic)

How Flipped Learning fits into Four Dimensional Education Framework of Educational Goals (Infographic)
Traditionally flipped learning involves students interacting with new knowledge in their individual learning space so that the group learning space can be an interactive and dynamic environment to practice and deepen knowledge1. In a world where the value of knowledge is rapidly depreciating, there are calls to move away from knowledge-based curriculum and to consider not the “how” of education but the “what” of education. (more…)

ClickView’s Great Expectations – Behind the Scenes

ClickView’s Great Expectations – Behind the Scenes
Recently added to our Curriculum Library for Secondary Schools is a series we’re very excited to release, Great Expectations. This exclusive series is designed for Middle to Senior Secondary students and explores key elements of Charles Dickens’ classic Victorian novel. Our team of educators have specifically chosen to produce this series as it is a popular novel for literature studies in Australian schools. Our ClickView Productions Team have put together this video to take you behind the scenes of ClickView’s Great Expectations. Watch the video below to meet the team, see where the series was filmed…

Films by Young People Remind Us That Diversity Does Not Mean Division

Films by Young People Remind Us That Diversity Does Not Mean Division
It has been a true privilege to be part of this year’s ClickView and ATOM 1-Minute Film Competition. The moving image is an incredibly powerful way to create meaning and the young-people who participated in this year’s competition demonstrate why. This year’s theme of Diversity feels incredibly timely. There is a real sensation that our planet is becoming increasingly fractured by intolerance and fear of difference be it racial, cultural, social or political. What every entrant here has presented is a reminder that another narrative is possible, one defined by hope, acceptance and the celebration…

Connecting the Flipped Classroom with Meaningful Pedagogy: A Masterclass

Connecting the Flipped Classroom with Meaningful Pedagogy: A Masterclass
On October 7th, ClickView brought together prominent educators from across Australia and New Zealand to take-part in Australia’s first Flipped Education Leaders’ Roundtable. The expert panel included: Jeremy LeCornu, Brighton Secondary School Steven Griffiths, Cavendish Road State High School Stephanie Kriewaldt, Trinity Lutheran College Heather Davis, Corpus Christi Catholic High School Aimee Shackleton, Balcombe Grammar School Toby Ward, Brighton Secondary School Kurt Challinor, Parramatta Marist High School Joel Speranza, St Joseph’s College, Nudgee Jeremy Cumming, Catholic Archdiocese of Christchurch While the day was designed to facilitate a high-level dialogue about flipped education, a growing practice…

Trump, Gun-Control & More: Videos on the US Election 2016

Trump, Gun-Control & More: Videos on the US Election 2016
On November 8 the world will watch closely as the United States heads to the polls to conclude what has been one of the most divisive US elections in generations. This heated election season has witnessed the improbable rise of Donald Trump, one of the most controversial Presidential candidates in the United States’ history. Trump has gone from being a laughing stock to a serious indicator that a swathe of America feels disenfranchised enough to turn to a leader variously characterised as a racist, tax-cheat and demagogue and a misogynist (a claim verified in no…

Why Teaching Never Leaves You – World Teachers’ Day

Why Teaching Never Leaves You – World Teachers’ Day
Wednesday October 5 marks World Teacher’s Day, a very special occasion celebrated in more than 100 countries worldwide. Having come to ClickView from teaching in regional Victoria I can attest to what an extraordinary job teaching is and I can also vouch for the extraordinary work that teachers do every day. Reflecting on my own time teaching I find myself thinking that the most rewarding parts of being in the classroom weren’t when those overly ambitious lesson plans actually worked (a rare occurrence), or when students did particularly well on an assessment or project, rewarding though…

New ClickView Release: Publisher Notifications, Apple TV (4th Gen) App, and MARC Records

New ClickView Release: Publisher Notifications, Apple TV (4th Gen) App, and MARC Records
Another busy few weeks at the ClickView HQ, and another outstanding set of features have been added to the ClickView Online product. Below are all the details of our latest release, ClickView 5.5. Please have a read through and don’t hesitate to leave your comments and thoughts at the end of the article. It’s always great to hear from you! (more…)

Teach About Shakespeare with these Videos on ClickView

Teach About Shakespeare with these Videos on ClickView
To this day William Shakespeare remains a staple of the English classroom. The diversity of plots, combined with the timelessness of the themes in his comedies, tragedies and histories, sees Shakespeare broadly regarded as the greatest playwright and poet of the English language. Yet with this fame come the fears many students and teachers hold when faced with the challenge of understanding the texts and engaging with them deeply. Shakespeare is often placed in the ‘too hard’ pile when readers are thrown in the deep end without pre-reading and contextual study being utilised. (more…)

Talking About Religion with Your Students

Talking About Religion with Your Students
Is there a God? What happens to us after we die? Questions surrounding God or the meaning of life have been at the forefront of discussions for centuries, and still remain so today. Religion has sought to provide answers to these difficult questions. This year’s four-part series from ClickView, Let’s Talk About Religion, helps teachers to encourage open-mindedness and thoughtful discussions amongst students. (more…)

Reflections on John Hattie’s LEAP Conference Keynote

Reflections on John Hattie’s LEAP Conference Keynote
As an education research and policy tragic I was particularly excited to get to watch ClickView’s stream of John Hattie’s keynote at this year’s LEAP conference (I know, I know, I should probably get out more). The LEAP conferences, organised by Warren Marks and Suzanne Lazenby, always cover fascinating topics and this year’s focus on Professional Learning Communities was no exception. John Hattie’s keynote offered a number of really interesting takeaways, all of which had me wishing I was back at my school throwing ideas around with fellow teachers. Hattie’s core argument was that collective efficacy…
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