Embracing HTTPS at ClickView

Embracing HTTPS at ClickView
We are excited to announce that we shall be enabling and enforcing HTTPS for all ClickView customers from the beginning of February 2019. ClickView has supported HTTPS for a long time, but due to some schools and institutions not being able to access HTTPS, we previously allowed customers to opt out. Implementing HTTPS is a significant milestone as we take every necessary step to ensure that your data is fully encrypted whenever you use ClickView. (more…)

The Victorian Department of Education and Training chooses ClickView as their video learning solution for all secondary and P-12 schools

The Victorian Department of Education and Training chooses ClickView as their video learning solution for all secondary and P-12 schools
ClickView and the Victorian Department of Education have partnered to provide all secondary and P-12 schools access to ClickView. The Department was looking for a solution to provide high quality content to support the curriculum and further enable schools to boost student engagement through interactive learning. With ClickView already being used in over 50% of Victorian schools, we look forward to assisting the state as a whole in driving learning outcomes through video. (more…)

Using TV and Film in the Classroom

Using TV and Film in the Classroom
National Copyright Unit (NCU) The Ministers’ Copyright Advisory Group (CAG), through the NCU, is responsible for copyright policy and administration for the Australian school and TAFE sectors. This involves: Managing the obligations under the educational copyright licences Advocating for better copyright laws on the School and TAFE sector’s behalf Educating the School and TAFE sector regarding their copyright responsibilities (more…)

English texts and multimodal texts for VCE and Years 7-10

English texts and multimodal texts for VCE and Years 7-10
It’s that time of the year when we have to decide. We have been thinking about it, but – will we change our texts for 2019? Has our text for VCE been removed from the list? Are we a little tired of teaching the same text? Do we have a copy of the new film as text? Book lists are due, what to do? There is so much preparation required to introduce something different. I speak to English teachers on a regular basis. Their passion for books and reading is palpable in every conversation. As…

Philip Bloom’s Cinematic Masterclass: The art and science of filmmaking

 Philip Bloom’s Cinematic Masterclass: The art and science of filmmaking
Introduction and Lens Whacking In this introductory episode, Philip gives you an overview of exactly what to expect throughout his Cinematic Masterclass. We then look at the creative technique of "free lensing" or "lens whacking" as Philip guides us through how it can be used to get dreamy, stylised shots. (more…)

Celebrate Science Week: Inspire future game changers and change makers

 Celebrate Science Week: Inspire future game changers and change makers
Physics of Collisions To know how objects behave when they collide, an understanding of some important concepts of physics is needed. This video features many examples of collisions, and examines how applying Newton’s Laws of Motion, principles of energy and measuring variable quantities enable us to understand and predict the behaviour of colliding objects. (more…)

The latest updates from ClickView

The latest updates from ClickView
Over the past few months there have been some exciting changes happening at ClickView. We have implemented these changes to make managing ClickView easier for Administrators.    (more…)

How to find SACE content within ClickView

How to find SACE content within ClickView
Find great educational videos submitted by Australian educators Here in South Australia we have many great educators creating their own recorded instruction. Many of those educators share their material on the ClickView platform via Featured Channels within the ClickView Exchange. While ClickView itself is aimed at curriculum subjects from R-10, the following Featured Channel authors provide material relevant to South Australia and the SACE. A great way to share this content with students is via Playlists where students can reference material relevant to the subjects you are teaching, as outlined below: (more…)

Studying Ancient Egypt: Take your class on a fascinating trip to 3,000 BCE

 Studying Ancient Egypt: Take your class on a fascinating trip to 3,000 BCE
Video: The Geography of Ancient Egypt This programme explores the captivating civilisation of Ancient Egypt, with a focus on the critical importance of the country's geography. Find out how the Nile River and its resources sustained daily life, enhanced the Pharaoh’s power, led to the development of writing and provided a vital transport and communications link which unified the nation for thousands of years. (more…)

Teaching Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein on its 200th Anniversary

 Teaching Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein on its 200th Anniversary
Frankenstein and the Monster When Victor Frankenstein created his monster he never named it, yet its complex personality and struggle for identity and acceptance provides a profound insight to the human condition. This clip examines the troubled relationship between Frankenstein and the monster, and the role of other characters in the novel, including William, Dr Clerval, Elizabeth and Captain Walton. It is an ideal resource for English literature students. (more…)
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