WIN not only the hearts and minds of your students with powerful video learning from ETV … But also $100 cash for morning tea for your staff
ETV is celebrating the launch of its new website (etv.org.nz) with 10 prizes of $100 to be won.
To begin with, find the answer to this simple question: “People generally remember WHAT percentage of what they see and hear?” (btw, it’s on the ETV website!)
To enter the draw, go to the ETV website, click the ‘Enquire’ button, fill in your details, and put your answer in the Comments section of the online form. Click ‘Send Message’ and you are in the draw
Every entry also qualifies your school to enjoy:
- 90 days of free access to ETV
- 90 days of free screenrights licensing (if required)
- 90 minutes of free ETV professional development
- $90 off the set-up fee if your school chooses to subscribe at the end of your free access period
Don’t forget to tick the Free Trial box if you want this to be set up for your school.
Entries close Friday 25 September. Offers not available to existing ETV clients.
To learn more about ETV’s huge range of teaching resources email email@example.com or call 0800 438 388.
ETV’S $100 TOWARDS MORNING TEA WINNERS
In our July magazine, to help celebrate our 100th issue ETV ran
a competition offering 10 lucky schools $100 towards a staff
The winners were: Nga Iwi School; Nelson Central
School; Red Beach School; Te Horo, Otaki; Glenfield
Intermediate; Shirley Primary; Mairangi Bay Primary; Masterton
Intermediate; Medbury School; and Wainuiomata High School.
Why use video resources in your teaching?
The use of audio-visual material in classrooms is nothing new. Who can forget overhead projectors with their slippery slides, fuzzy focus and blown bulbs? However, since then the technology and the content have improved immeasurably. Today’s digital natives readily engage with video, reaping the benefits of its ability to communicate on both a cognitive and emotional level. While textbooks take a linguistic approach to learning, audio-visual utilises sight, sound, colour and movement, inspiring deeper learning, better retention and reinforced motivation.
New Zealand history will be taught in all schools and kura from 2022. The curriculum changes will ensure all learners are aware of key aspects of our history and how they have influenced our nation. The Minister of Education, Chris Hipkins, noted recently that that there is not enough support for teachers and there is a lack of resources for them to draw on.
ETV already has a significant amount of catalogue content, as well as many videos that we host for Archives NZ, which are available at no cost. From building the road through the Haast Pass, to the Wahine disaster, there is an eclectic range of content
By Martin Drew, General Manager, ETV