Ideas on how you can use broadcast materials in the classroom, written by teaching professionals in collaboration with ERA.
Dr Ian Turner, Associate Professor in Learning and Teaching at the University of Derby, talks to ERA about how turning the sound down can actually help to improve communication.
Dr Anna Goatman, (Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester) talks about using audio visual clips for teaching.
Are you studying the Weather with your Primary pupils this term? Have you thought of using real-life Weather forecasts in your lessons?
A group of Year 6 pupils tell us why they find watching clips so useful, and how clips can make lessons more enjoyable.
Gowns and wigs are still the order of the day for many lawyers practising in our courts and the image of the law is that of conformity to tradition - but students no longer need to fear that studying the law will mean years of poring over dusty tomes.
Bronwen Jones is a lecturer at the University of Newcastle's School of Law. She wants to show her students that the law is something that people can feel passionately about in the modern world - though it may be rooted in the past. And she wants to make their learning experience stimulating and relevant to 21st century issues.
With a state of the art studio used by the BBC, students on the TV production course at the University of Bedfordshire couldn’t be better resourced for a career in broadcasting.