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Free inspirational education learning YouTube videos. Here are fresh learning resources, lesson plans, articles, videos and quizzes to benefit learners and their teachers. These videos support student-centred learning styles by increasing self-reflection and engagement. Expert use of this media helps successfully reflect lesson plans and the syllabus learning objectives. Read more →

Eddy Jackson | Editor | Communicationuk streaming multimedia narratives | Digital Learning Services


Here are a wide range of free online education PSHE workbooks and lesson videos. These have been made available to help students, parents, teachers, and education agencies whilst in COVID 19 lockdown, Read more →

Eddy Jackson | Editor | Communicationuk streaming multimedia narratives | Digital Learning Services


History is on your doorstep. Cutting through the Lancashire countryside in rural Cabus, just west of Scorton and Nicky Nook is a Roman Road. A public footpath now follows its route. It passes to the rear of the Patten Arms pub on the Cockerham Road. On a glorious Spring day, Cabus Parish Councillor, Louise Jackson, takes you on a nature walk and an intriguing history your across farmers' fields. Roman soldiers, chariots, traders, and drovers have used this. Check out the Lancashire heritage with the Cabus footpath guides. Read more →

Eddy Jackson | Editor | Communicationuk streaming multimedia narratives | Digital Learning Services


Is there an alternative context for framing John Keats The Eve of St Agnes? How about using physiology to frame and deconstruct Madeline’s and Porphyro’s behaviours in Keats’s narrative poem, The Eve of Saint Agnes, for this literary classic? Audio description, captions, and transcripts benefit everyone by improving understanding and learning. Read more →

Eddy Jackson | Editor | Communicationuk streaming multimedia narratives | Digital Learning Services


How about using physiology to frame and deconstruct Madeline’s and Porphyro’s behaviours in Keats’s narrative poem, The Eve of Saint Agnes, is about delivering a new perspective for this literary classic. Is there an alternative context for framing John Keats The Eve of St Agnes? Read more →

Eddy Jackson | Editor | Communicationuk streaming multimedia narratives | Digital Learning Services