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Better Energy School Awards 2017⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

small-besa-2017Join us in Glow TV on Tuesday 21st February at 11am as Total and the Young People’s Trust for the Environment launch Better Energy School Awards 2017.

Find out how your school can win £5,000 in this exciting competition that encourages environmental education for young people aged 5 – 11.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions and hear from 2016 Regional Winners, Hanover Street primary in Aberdeen. Find out more at https://betterenergyschoolawards.org.uk/

Last year 35,000 pupils across the UK took part in the competition. Encourage your school to do the same and join this growing number in 2017!

Sign up and join us in Glow TV – Better Energy School Awards 2017.

If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.

Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award vlog Part 8⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award – join the thousands of children already registered for this exciting free competition!

If you could be an engineer in Scotland – what would you do?

What happens when things don’t go according to plan? What does an engineer do when things go wrong? Do they give up and walk away? Find out what the Strathclyde University team did when they encountered problems with making the Shopping Trolley for the Elderly…

Don’t forget, you can tweet the engineers with any questions you might have.

Engineering creativity starts here: info@leadersaward.com
Twitter: @Leadersaward

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Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award vlog Part 6⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

SESLA LogoScottish Engineering Special Leaders Award – join the thousands of children already registered for this exciting free competition!

If you could be an engineer in Scotland – what would you do?

Find out the latest from the Strathclyde University team about the Shopping Trolley for the Elderly, in ‘Making It – Part 2’ as they show us classical engineering processes; sketching, teamwork, prototype and model making, investigating and problem solving.

Got any questions for the Strathclyde Team? – the engineers would love to hear from you with any questions you might have – get tweeting!

Engineering creativity starts here: info@leadersaward.com

Twitter: @Leadersaward

Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award – vlog 4⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award – join the thousands of children already registered for this exciting free competition!”

If you could be an engineer in Scotland – what would you do?

Be inspired by the Strathclyde University Prototype Team in our fourth vlog as they discuss why they chose the winning entry, how they are planning on making it and where! Hear advice from the engineers about how to start thinking about your own design and how to develop it.

Engineering creativity starts here: info@leadersaward.com
Twitter: @Leadersaward

John Byrne Competition⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Small - John Byrne 2015Renowned artist and playwright, John Byrne, invites children and young people in schools across Scotland, from P4 – S3, to participate in the second annual John Byrne National Drawing Competition. John will head the selection panel that will choose the winners, and runners-up, whose work will then be exhibited at Paisley Museum and Art Gallery. All exhibitors will meet John himself at a prestigious exhibition opening at the gallery in March 2016.

Schools are invited to tune in on Friday 4th December at 10.45am to find out about John’s work, drawing in particular, and why he wants to keep on learning! Children and young people participating in the Glow TV session will have a chance to ask John questions about his life and work.

Inspired by John’s love of drawing, and his desire to get children drawing more often, the aim of the competition is to develop children and young people’s imagination and creativity to represent the world around them. For more information about the competition, visit the Education Scotland website.

Regsiter now to take part live on the day – John Byrne Competition.

If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.

100 words for #100Ideas Book Competition⤴

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This competition has been launched via @TeacherToolkit‘s Facebook page only. Read on, to find out how you can win a signed copy of the book, 100 Ideas: Outstanding Lessons. You can follow on Facebook, by visiting www.Facebook.com/TeacherToolkit. Competition: 100 words for 100 ideas: @TeacherToolkit is offering one lucky reader the opportunity to win, a signed … Continue reading »

The Beauty Of A Second : Competition⤴

from @ digital learning foundation

Yes, this is a promotion for Mont Blanc, but it is such a nice idea and such a great excercise.

What do you think is beautiful?

Can you capture that beauty, or that idea of beauty, in only a second of video? 

The 3rd and final round is open now: http://www.montblanconesecond.com (Deadline is the 13th of December.) It is Flash based site.

Competition copy :

Your challenge as a video artist is to "seize the moment". Everyone - professionals, amateurs, cell-phone camera enthusiasts -- is invited to capture a one-second long moving picture. The subject can be anything you consider as beautiful: a smile, a child's face, a flower, a piece of the world around you, as long as the video lasts only one second. Capture your second beauty now and get the chance to win a Montblanc Nicolas Rieussec Chronograph and meet Wim Wenders. Watch the video to receive further information.

Don't forget: Every second counts.

You can submit up to 10 one-second long videos for this final round, or you can enter the competition without making a video, just create a playlist from the submitted videos and add music from the provided audio library.

"The Beauty of a Second" short-film contest is presented by the famous film director Wim Wenders.

The Beauty Of A Second : Competition⤴

from @ digital learning foundation

Yes, this is a promotion for Mont Blanc, but it is such a nice idea and such a great excercise.

What do you think is beautiful?

Can you capture that beauty, or that idea of beauty, in only a second of video? 

The 3rd and final round is open now: http://www.montblanconesecond.com (Deadline is the 13th of December.) It is Flash based site.

Competition copy :

Your challenge as a video artist is to "seize the moment". Everyone - professionals, amateurs, cell-phone camera enthusiasts -- is invited to capture a one-second long moving picture. The subject can be anything you consider as beautiful: a smile, a child's face, a flower, a piece of the world around you, as long as the video lasts only one second. Capture your second beauty now and get the chance to win a Montblanc Nicolas Rieussec Chronograph and meet Wim Wenders. Watch the video to receive further information.

Don't forget: Every second counts.

You can submit up to 10 one-second long videos for this final round, or you can enter the competition without making a video, just create a playlist from the submitted videos and add music from the provided audio library.

"The Beauty of a Second" short-film contest is presented by the famous film director Wim Wenders.