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As you may know, curriculum content on bgfl.org is no longer being maintained or updated.

Coming soon! Link2ICT will be launching a new area on their website called, "Tools for Schools", which will include some great features previously seen on bgfl.org, including Video of the Week. To find out more, and to get the latest education and technology news, follow @link2ict on Twitter.

 
     
Why we explore
     
 
Video of the week - Why we explore
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According to Bill Nye, if you stop exploring, you're not going to move forward as a species.




BGfL will be featuring a video each week which can expand the teaching and learning experience.

Video is one of the most powerful tools for teaching and for learning.

Why? Because visual learning offers an alternative learning style that engages the user instantly and powerfully, allowing effective communication of complex information.

We aim to offer a mixed medley of videos to suit all tastes, ranging from reflective, inspirational  TED talks speeches to practical ‘how to’ practical demos.

If you have a video you wish to recommend, then please let us know.

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Previous Videos
     
 
Taking a break...
Taking a break...
Video of the week - Why we explore
Video of the week - Why we explore
Video of the week - Individual creativity
Video of the week - Individual creativity
Video of the week - The power of introverts
Video of the week - The power of introverts
Video of the week - Learning to fail
Video of the week - Learning to fail
Video of the week - How to build your creative confidence
Video of the week - How to build your creative confidence
Video of the week - Still figuring it out
Video of the week - Still figuring it out
Returning after half term...
Returning after half term...
Video of the week - Information is food
Video of the week - Information is food
Video of the week - The mathematics of history
Video of the week - The mathematics of history
 
     
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