The National Endowment for Science and Technology and the Arts and DCAL have funded a resource which has been developed by Northern Ireland Screen Digital Film Archive ,the Nerve Centre , and CCEA and is called Creative Learning in the Digital Age.
This resource encourages the use of moving images in the classroom and introduces history teachers to a new approach to the Key Stage 3 History Curriculum which will excite and engage their pupils.
This a fantastic easy to use online resource includes an archive of moving images with accompanying teachers notes exercises and contextual and assessment materials.
Clips and images are easily downloaded from the website and used to create digital projects within a classroom setting.
The Creative Learning in the Digital Age is available for all history teachers in Northern Ireland to access at
In the Union to Partition section pupils have opportunities tp explore the social ,economic and political develop,emits in Ireland and the relationship with Britain and the Empire in the early 1900s.
The 20th Century World enables pupils to investigate major events that have shaped the twentieth century world through the impact of World War 1.
Visit this link on Youtube to access a few digital movies which history teachers created at a recent History and ICT course in the AMMA centre.