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Equipment Permission Form »

Richard Gent | Tuesday November 17, 2015

Categories: Community Q&A, Hardware, Admin, iTraining, Templates, Staffroom, Equipment

Do you know if anyone has a loan agreement for students to sign when borrowing school equipment? I want to be able to lend out our drone / GoPro etc and be covered if it gets broken / lost. Many thanks, David

Here is a form we created some time ago. It’s addressed to parents, which may be a better idea. Hope this helps.

  • Equipment Permission Form

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Exemplar AQA AS Lesson Plan | Introduction to Identities and the Media »

Rob Miller | Wednesday December 03, 2014

Categories: A Level, AQA A Level, AQA AS, Collective Identity, Intro into Identities, Hot Entries, Admin, iTraining, Templates

Associated Resources

  • Edusites Lesson Plan Template.docx

NB. Please note this is a suggested template, your school may require a different layout.

Length of Lesson (minutes): 60
Lesson Title: An Introduction to Identities and the Media

Context

This lesson would take place typically in mid-February, after completion of MEST4: Media Research and Production and serve as an introduction to a topic new to the AQA A2 Media Studies Specification. The lesson, and topic will allow...

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Exemplar BTEC L2 Lesson Plan | Planning and Pitching a Digital Media Product »

Rob Miller | Monday December 01, 2014

Categories: Nationals, BTEC Nationals, BTEC Nationals Level 2, Level 2 Creative Media Production, Production Zone, Video Production, Admin, iTraining, Templates

Associated Resources

  • Edusites Lesson Plan Template.docx

NB. Please note this is a suggested template, your school may require a different layout.

Length of Lesson (minutes): 60
Lesson Title: Introduction to Unit 2: Planning and Pitching a Digital Media Product

Context

This unit could typically be delivered 2 weeks before the October half term to allow pupils/students the opportunity of fine-tuning their pitches. It is internally assessed and should represent 30-guided...

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Exemplar WJEC GCSE Lesson Plan | Introducing Print and TV Advertising »

Rob Miller | Friday November 14, 2014

Categories: GCSE, WJEC GCSE, WJEC GCSE Media Studies, Advertising, Intro to Advertising, Hot Entries, Admin, iTraining, Templates

Associated Resources

  • Edusites Lesson Plan Template.docx

NB. Please note this is a suggested template, your school may require a different layout.

Length of Lesson (minutes): 60
Lesson Title: Introducing Print and TV Advertising

Context

This lesson will take place around the February Half Term in preparation for the examined unit on Print and TV Advertising. It is expected that the Controlled Assessment will be complete and that pupils can focus on what is an extensive 2...

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Exemplar AS Lesson Plan | Introducing Representation in the Media »

Rob Miller | Friday November 14, 2014

Categories: A Level, AQA A Level, AQA AS, OCR A Level, OCR AS, WJEC A Level, WJEC AS, WJEC AS Media Studies, Collective Identity, Key Concepts, Representation & Stereotyping, Hot Entries, Theory, Representation Theory, Admin, iTraining, Templates

Associated Resources

  • Edusites Lesson Plan Template.docx

NB. Please note this is a suggested template, your school may require a different layout.

Length of Lesson (minutes): 60
Lesson Title: Introducing Representation in the Media

Context

This lesson would be an early introduction, in the first 2-4 weeks of AS to Representation as an area of study, fundamental to all Media Studies specifications. As such, it can be tailored to any exam board e.g. OCR G322 study could focus...

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Exemplar WJEC A2 Lesson Plan | An Introduction MS4 & Selecting Texts »

Rob Miller | Thursday November 13, 2014

Categories: A Level, WJEC A Level, Hot Entries, Admin, iTraining, Templates

Associated Resources

  • Edusites Lesson Plan Template.docx

NB. Please note this is a suggested template, your school may require a different layout.

Length of Lesson (minutes): 60
Lesson Title: An Introduction to Examined Unit MS4 – Selecting Texts

Context

This lesson would be delivered early in term two as an introduction to the requirements of the examined module MS4 while the students are completing their MS3 coursework. The exam itself is involved enough to warrant an...

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Exemplar OCR A2 Lesson Plan | Introducing G325 Section A »

Rob Miller | Thursday November 13, 2014

Categories: A Level, OCR A Level, OCR A2, Hot Entries, Production Zone, Admin, iTraining, Templates

Associated Resources

  • Edusites Lesson Plan Template.docx

NB. Please note this is a suggested template, your school may require a different layout.

Length of Lesson (minutes): 60
Lesson Title: Introducing G325 Section A - Q1a: Theoretical Evaluation of Production.

Context

This lesson would take place typically in mid-February, after completion of the Advanced Portfolio in Media and as a last lesson before the weekend (the homework links directly to first lesson back) -...

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Exemplar OCR GCSE Lesson Plan | Introducing B322 Section A Action Adventure »

Rob Miller | Thursday November 13, 2014

Categories: GCSE, OCR GCSE, Film, Action, Hot Entries, Admin, iTraining, Templates

Associated Resources

  • Edusites Lesson Plan Template.docx

NB. Please note this is a suggested template, your school may require a different layout.

Length of Lesson (minutes): 60
Lesson Title: Introducing B322 Section A – Action Adventure

Context

This lesson would take place in either week 15, just after the Christmas Holidays as an introduction to the Section A topic or in week 25, just after the May Half Term (centres may decide to teach Section B TV Comedy later, or...

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In Defense of Media Studies »

Caroline Bagshaw | Monday December 05, 2011

Categories: Hot Entries, Understanding Media, iTraining, Templates, Staffroom, Why Media Studies?, The Case for Media Studies

Associated Resources

  • Defence of Media Studies.doc

This information is designed to be used to clarify questions concerning Media Studies. You will need to alter various sections to suit your centre.

How do we judge if a subject is easy or difficult? Condemnation of Media Studies reflects a fundamental confusion about its aims…

…If anything is a symptom of dumbing down, it is the willingness of politicians and pundits to pronounce on things they know nothing about. But why...

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iTraining | Mac vs PC? »

Nicole Ponsford | Sunday October 23, 2011

Categories: Hot Entries, iTraining, Templates, Budgets, Procurement, Staffroom, Equipment

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There are many reasons why you may choose Macs or PCs as the IT background of your department. You may not have a choice. However, we want to help you if you wish to argue either way for what you think is best for your students, your course and your team.

PC

1. Tech Support - chances are that your IT technicians are PC users in the main. This means that if something goes wrong with your computers / server you will be able to get help - quickly.

2. Many homes will have...

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iTraining | Procurement »

Nicole Ponsford | Sunday October 23, 2011

Categories: Hot Entries, iTraining, Templates, Budgets, Procurement, Staffroom

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How To Propose Procurement to SLT

You have been asked to be a Head of Department. Well done! Now you are middle management and need to get your department together. You have looked at MediaEdu’s iTraining Guides to Planning and Preparing your course. Now you need to resource it. This can be the tricky part as you are going to need to ask for money. Probably a lot. It would be an idea to read the Administration | Budget article and look at the template which goes with it. If...

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iTraining | Budget »

Nicole Ponsford | Sunday October 23, 2011

Categories: Hot Entries, iTraining, Templates, Budgets, Procurement, Staffroom, Equipment

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Finance

There are two ways to look at this:

1. Before the course.

If you are at the start of this, you are in a great position. It may be that the Principal has asked you to set up this course from scratch. You have decided to go with AQA for example. Now what? First things first: money.

2. Once the course has started.

Ok. This is the more realistic of the two. Many teachers get asked to start the course and are too busy looking at specifications / freaking out / tying up...

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Letter for Film Screening Template »

Nicole Ponsford | Thursday October 20, 2011

Categories: Hot Entries, Templates, Staffroom

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Letter for Film Screening Template.doc