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  • Tumblr August 21, 2017, 5:07 am

    Maker Education on a Budget
    See on Scoop.it - Makerspaces, libraries and education

    There is growing interest from schools in the Maker Movement and Maker Education but with this have come some subtle misunderstandings about what it is all about. For one the modern maker movement is all about the mindset of the maker rather than developing a set of specific skills for making. The second confusion stems from a belief that the maker movement is all about the tools and the makerspace and that as such it involves large budgets.

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    Kim Flintoff’s insight:
    Agency by Design is a research initiative by Harvard’s Project Zero that set out to understand the benefits which might be derived from adopting a maker mindset. A key finding is that 
    Maker Empowerment is a vital component of successful maker projects within schools. 

     "Maker empowerment: A sensitivity to the designed dimension of objects and systems, along with the inclination and capacity to shape one’s world through building, tinkering, re/designing, or hacking.“ (Agency By Design)
  • Tumblr August 21, 2017, 2:41 am

    Transforming higher education’s creative capacity - University World News
    See on Scoop.it - Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship

    It has been nearly 20 years since UNESCO issued its World Declaration on Higher Education for the Twenty-First Century. Since its publication, global higher education has undergone dramatic change and global higher education enrolments have increased at a rate of about 5% per year. Today, higher education is in the midst of an academic revolution and many countries have now reached universal access status.

    The World Declaration on Higher Education promotes several important principles regarding creativity in higher education:

    Creativity should be used to integrate local/indigenous knowledge with advanced scientific knowledge,
    Curricula, teaching-learning and research should be organised in such a way as to continually foster creative thinking at every grade level, and
    Creative thinking and critical thinking should enhance and complement each other.

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    Kim Flintoff’s insight:
    The World Declaration on Higher Education promotes several important principles regarding creativity in higher education: Creativity should be used to integrate local/indigenous knowledge with advanced scientific knowledge, Curricula, teaching-learning and research should be organised in such a way as to continually foster creative thinking at every grade level, and Creative thinking and critical thinking should enhance and complement each other.
  • Tumblr August 21, 2017, 1:59 am

    Richard Florida Is Sorry

    For years, Richard Florida preached the gospel of the creative class. His new book is a mea culpa.

    Richard Florida, one of the most influential thinkers about cities in postwar America, wants you to know that he got almost everything about cities wrong.

    If you live in an urban center in North America, the United Kingdom, or Australia, you are living in Richard Florida’s world. Fifteen years ago, he argued that an influx of what he called the “creative classes” — artists, hipsters, tech workers — were sparking economic growth in places like the Bay Area. Their tolerance, flexibility, and eccentricity dissolved the rigid structures of industrial production and replaced them with the kinds of workplaces and neighborhoods that attracted more young people and, importantly, more investment.

    His observations quickly formed the basis of a set of breezy technical solutions. If decaying cities wanted to survive, they had to open cool bars, shabby-chic coffee shops, and art venues that attract young, educated, and tolerant residents. Eventually, the mysterious alchemy of the creative economy would build a new and prosperous urban core.

    Today, even Florida recognizes that he was wrong. The rise of the creative class in places like New York, London, and San Francisco created economic growth only for the already rich, displacing the poor and working classes. The problems that once plagued inner cities have moved to the suburbs.


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    Kim Flintoff’s insight:
    For years, Richard Florida preached the gospel of the creative class. His new book is a mea culpa.

    Richard Florida, one of the most influential thinkers about cities in postwar America, wants you to know that he got almost everything about cities wrong.
  • Tumblr August 20, 2017, 8:32 pm

    Watch: When Video Games Are Better Than Movies
    See on Scoop.it - Learning Futures

    Sorry, film nerds: Naughty Dog, a video game company, is putting out the most exciting stories on the market.
    You may recall that in our 2016 end-of-year trailer rankings, the #1 trailer we selected was not for a movie. It was—gasp!—for a video game. That video game is Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Pt. II, and to this day, it is still one of our most-anticipated upcoming releases.

    This begs the question: What happens when video games reach the same level of technical acumen as films, while also delivering equivalent emotionally resonant experiences? Or, rather: What happens when playing a video game actually exceeds the cinematic experience?


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    Kim Flintoff’s insight:
    Sorry, film nerds: Naughty Dog, a video game company, is putting out the most exciting stories on the market.
  • Tumblr August 20, 2017, 8:31 pm

    A Teacher Makes 1500 Educational Decisions A Day

    See on Scoop.it - Learning Futures

    Teaching has been compared to rocket science, but usually in jest, as in it’s not rocket science.

    But any teacher worth their salt–and thus aware of the incredible demands of instructional design, personalizing learning, classroom management, the always-on demand of student and collegial relationships, grading, and so on
  • Tumblr August 20, 2017, 8:31 pm

    What if jobs are not the solution but the problem? – James Livingston | Aeon Essays


    Work means everything to us Americans. For centuries – since, say, 1650 – we’ve believed that it builds character (punctuality, initiative, honesty, self-discipline, and so forth). We’ve also believed that the market in labour, where we go to find work, has been relatively efficient in allocating opportunities and incomes. And we’ve believed that, even if it sucks, a job gives meaning, purpose and structure to our everyday lives – at any rate, we’re pretty sure that it gets us out of bed, pays the bills, makes us feel responsible, and keeps us away from daytime TV.

    These beliefs are no longer plausible. In fact, they’ve become ridiculous, because there’s not enough work to go around, and what there is of it won’t pay the bills – unless of course you’ve landed a job as a drug dealer or a Wall Street banker, becoming a gangster either way.
  • Tumblr August 20, 2017, 8:30 pm

    Innovation Programs In Schools Can Help Kids Learn More Than Just Facts
    See on Scoop.it - Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship

    Synopsis
    While innovation programs at secondary schools are relatively new, they seem to be metastasizing across the education system and are increasingly popular among educators, parents and students.


    Traditionally, we went to school to attain knowledge. The smart kids knew that Columbus discovered America in 1492 and that the square root of 64 is eight. They studied diligently at home so that when the teacher asked a question they could shoot their hand up and be praised for their good work.

    Today, however, teenagers carry far more information and computing power in their pockets than would ever fit in their heads. So the ability to retain knowledge and manipulate numbers with facility have become, to a large extent, outdated skills. Kids today need to learn how to understand systems and solve problems.


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    Kim Flintoff’s insight:
    Synopsis While innovation programs at secondary schools are relatively new, they seem to be metastasizing across the education system and are increasingly popular among educators, parents and students.
  • Tumblr August 20, 2017, 7:53 pm

    How Libraries Can Turn Stories Into Maker Projects

    See on Scoop.it - Makerspaces, libraries and education

    In recent years, libraries have broadened their scope of offerings to the local community to involve more making activities like 3-D printing and sewing. Some libraries even have a facilitator for maker projects.

    At Millvale Community Library in Pennsylvania, maker program coordinator Nora Peters saw an opportunity to better connect the activities of the maker space with the library’s mission to promote literacy. So, she set out to build a bridge between making and reading by creating maker activities for children’s books.

    Peters creates project instructions that tie into the theme of a children’s book. She prints the instructions on a 5 x 7 sticker that affixes to the front of the book. Because Millvale serves a lower-income community, she also keeps materials low-tech.
  • Tumblr August 20, 2017, 3:35 am

    Meaningful education in times of uncertainty

    See on Scoop.it - Learning Futures on I.C.E. - Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship

    We are living at a time of enormous uncertainty. Technology is advancing at an ever-increasing rate, transforming the nature of work and employment. Widening inequality threatens to further disrupt our systems and to leave a large part of the world behind. And as a result, our political systems are increasingly facing an isolationist backlash.

    Change is happening at a disorienting pace and our institutions can barely keep up.

    That’s why, in March 2017, we convened a meeting of top thought leaders in the fields of learning, innovation, and technology. We asked them: how can we rapidly accelerate progress in education—not only to help marginalized communities catch up to where the privileged are today, but also to reach a more effective, holistic, and equitable education for every child in the world?

    This collection of essays represents the outcome of those discussions. It addresses some of the most urgent and important issues of our time.
  • Tumblr August 17, 2017, 6:42 pm

    Google igniteCS
    See on Scoop.it - STEM+ [Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics] +PLUS+

    Spark passion for computer science by volunteering in your community

    How does it work?

    Team up
    Gather a group of undergraduates and find a community partner.

    Sign up
    One delegate from each teams signs up through this site.

    Access resources
    Sign in to your volunteer portal to access lesson plans and request a free kit of materials.

    Volunteer
    Begin working with kids in your community to help them experience CS!


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    Kim Flintoff’s insight:
    “In its quest to make computer science education free and accessible to everyone, Google is expanding its igniteCS program. The initiative pairs volunteer computer science undergrads, who serve as mentors, and younger students, who learn from them.

    Libraries now are being recruited as sites to host the growing program. “Our goal really is to make computer science free and accessible to everyone,” said Erin Mindell Cannon, a Google program manager. “Computer science, in a lot of ways, is so broad and so intangible that I think a lot of students don’t understand what it can be.”” (from DML)
  • Tumblr August 17, 2017, 6:37 pm

    Examining Elite Data Power - DML Central
    See on Scoop.it - Data Science and Computational Thinking [inc Big Data and Internet of Things]

    The concept of “big data” has been the subject of considerable hype and speculation in recent years. So much so that the dominant technologies and technical practices that generate big data — data analytics, algorithms and machine learning — are now commonly described as “artificial intelligence” instead. As a result, Ian Bogost argues, there has been “an explosion of supposed-AI in media, industry and technology.”

    Despite emerging punctures in the big data and AI hype bubbles, it remains hard to dispute that digitally produced, collected and analysed forms of data have been vested with certain powers and influence. Tobias Rose-Stockwell has gone so far as to argue that “Every time you open your phone or your computer, your brain is walking onto a battleground. The aggressors are the architects of your digital world, and their weapons are the apps, news feeds, and notifications in your field of view every time you look at a screen.”

    Digital data, then, are a source of power for those organizations with the technical resources, computer languages and skilled practitioners to collect, mine and communicate them. Governments and corporations have become expert in “collecting, storing, retrieving, analysing  and presenting the data that records what people do and say,” argue Evelyn Ruppert, Engin Isin and Didier Bigo in an important new article on ‘data politics.’

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    Kim Flintoff’s insight:
    “Digital data, then, are a source of power for those organizations with the technical resources, computer languages and skilled practitioners to collect, mine and communicate them.”
  • Tumblr August 17, 2017, 12:09 am

    Technological and Human Metaphors and Their Impact on Education

    See on Scoop.it - Learning Futures

    Like so many others, I began learning about the extent to which metaphor shapes our view of the world by sitting at the feet (metaphorically speaking) of George Lakoff and Mark Johnson when they published Metaphors We Live By. As the authors write, metaphor is “explaining one kind of thing in terms of another” (p. 5). This only makes sense that we use metaphor given what we think to be true about human learning. An ancient truth that continues to be supported by current and emerging research is that we use what we already know, what is familiar to us, to understand and make sense of that which is new to us. We learn a new math concept by comparing it to something that we already know and building upon that. We do the same thing across content areas and learning contexts. Metaphors are important to our religious expressions and how we think and talk about our thoughts and actions. We are creatures of comparison.

    Coming back to education, there is the chance that using technological and industrial metaphors as the dominant means of discourse about the what, why, and how of education will push us toward technological and industrial values. Some aspire to put these technological and industrial systems to work for humans. After all, the Russian origin of the contemporary word for “robot” is the word “slave.” We enslave technologies to serve us. Given the incredibly emotional baggage of the word “slave”, I mention it with caution, but it is important, because it reminds us about the past hopes and dreams of about the role of technology, but this is something that certainly continues today. We think of technology as existing to serve us.
  • Tumblr August 16, 2017, 8:14 pm

    International Perspectives on Next Generation Digital Learning Environments

    See on Scoop.it - Digital Learning - beyond eLearning and Blended Learning in Higher Education

    Key Takeaways
    How can higher education institutions worldwide support transforming educational needs with the right tools at the right time?
    Next generation digital learning environments must meet the requirements of evolving learning methodologies, the realities of the new life-long student demographic, and constantly evolving hardware and software technologies.
    New, openly defined, and evolving models, standards, and data formats for capturing and sharing educational knowledge in programmatically accessible ways will stimulate the emergence of new educational businesses and services.
  • Tumblr August 16, 2017, 8:14 pm

    LearningOS: The Now Generation Digital Learning Environment

    See on Scoop.it - Digital Learning - beyond eLearning and Blended Learning in Higher Education

    Key Takeaways
    An overbuilt learning management system encumbers learning with too many features and options that require too much time to learn, customize, and perhaps disable.
    The LearningOS is a thin system that gathers information about learning through data that is enhanced by external tools to create an ecosystem for learning.
    Thought experiments, interactive discussions with colleagues and workshopping ideas at conferences can help shape the manner in which we proceed, the technologies we develop, and the approaches to implementation that we take in achieving the LearningOS.
  • Tumblr August 16, 2017, 8:13 pm

    The Academic Library and the Promise of NGDLE

    See on Scoop.it - Digital Learning - beyond eLearning and Blended Learning in Higher Education

    Key Takeaways
    Academic libraries support institutional goals for student success and have embraced the use of correlation research to demonstrate connections between library services and resources and student learning, retention, completion, and postgraduation success.
    Recent correlation research has revealed promising connections between academic libraries and student success; however, data difficulties seem likely to stymie continued work in this area.
    To further their research and maximize library contributions to learning, librarians should prepare for next generation digital learning environments and learning analytics initiatives on their campuses by reading about related topics, engaging with library colleagues, and consulting campus partners.
  • Tumblr August 16, 2017, 8:08 pm

    States Want Computer Science, So What’s the Plan? – Code.org – Medium
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     The toolkit includes six sections aligned to the policy recommendations outlined by the Code.org Advocacy Coalition:

    - Current Landscape and Goals: Collecting data and surveying the current landscape of computer science education and setting strategic goals.
    - Diversity: Keeping equity and diversity at the forefront of the initiative.
    - Teacher Pipeline: Building up teachers’ capacity to offer computer science courses through professional development, certification, and pre-service programs.
    - Curriculum and Courses: Defining standards, guiding curriculum, and allowing computer science to satisfy graduation requirements.
    - Outreach: Communicating with and involving stakeholders.
    - Funding: Allocating and accessing funds to drive the initiative.

  • Tumblr August 16, 2017, 7:25 pm

    Learn how to manage your diabetes through Curtin’s new MOOC - News and Events | Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia
    See on Scoop.it - MOOCs, SPOCs and next generation Open Access Learning

    People with diabetes will have the opportunity to learn how to manage the complex condition through Curtin’s latest Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), Life with Diabetes.

    The MOOC will cover a set of five modules focusing on the different types of diabetes, who is at risk of developing diabetes and how each type of diabetes is treated.

    Curtin University School of Public Health lecturer Ms Patricia Marshall said the MOOC was designed to help those with diabetes confidently manage their condition.

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    Kim Flintoff’s insight:
    People with diabetes will have the opportunity to learn how to manage the complex condition through Curtin’s latest Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), Life with Diabetes.
  • Tumblr August 16, 2017, 7:24 pm

    Building Peace in South Sudan through Video Games
    See on Scoop.it - Games, gaming and gamification in Higher Education


    Children are born into war with no path for a peaceful future.
     
    We build games that educate and change the attitude and mindset of children and youth in order to prepare them for a peaceful future. South Sudan is a country where two generations have grown up during civil war, with more than 70% of the country under the age of 30, and the average age of 18-years-old. Children need games to play, not wars to slay, and people lack an understanding of emotional prerequisites for peacebuilding because of systemic violence and decades of war. 

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    Kim Flintoff’s insight:
    “…games that educate and change the attitude and mindset of children and youth in order to prepare them for a peaceful future.”
  • Tumblr August 16, 2017, 7:22 pm

    10 Practical Strategies to Integrate Technology in Your Classroom

    See on Scoop.it - Digital Learning - beyond eLearning and Blended Learning in Higher Education

    Using technology in class should always be motivated by a real need to optimize students’ learning and to enhance your teaching. Every time you want to digitize a teaching task ask yourself the following  questions: what are the added advantages of integrating technology in this task? And what are the alternative plans if things did not go as planned? The purpose is to make sure your use of technology is pedagogically sound and that it aligns with your own teaching goals. There are actually several ways to integrate technology in your classroom from collecting students feedback to grading paperlessly. In today’s post, we are sharing with you this handy visual that features10  good examples of how you can put technology to serve your teaching. This visual is based on Marcus Guido’s blog post “25 Easy Ways to Use Technology in the Classroom”. We have done little bit of tweaking (with permission) on Marcus original list and ended up with the list below.
  • Tumblr August 16, 2017, 7:22 pm

    Shifting the paradigm: making digital learning the norm

    See on Scoop.it - Digital Learning - beyond eLearning and Blended Learning in Higher Education

    As an educator, making the transition to digital can be an exciting but challenging (even frustrating) experience.  Just because you host your slides on a Digital Learning Environment doesn’t mean you are providing a digital learning experience.  Will your students absorb information more effectively just because they have read it on screen rather than on paper?  As yet, there is a lack of conclusive evidence on whether online reading accommodates more in-depth comprehension of material.  Digitising your learning resources will not necessarily improve the learner’s experience.
  • Youtube May 11, 2017, 9:38 pm

    Dodgy manufacturing on antenna
    See that the solder is not solid and the connection is actually broken.
  • Youtube December 28, 2016, 4:10 am

    25 Tricks with a Thumb Tip - Penguin Magic
    This is a demo video from an old classic magic DVD that teaches some creative ways to use a magician's thumb tip. Visit http://www.penguinmagic.com for this video and much more. Be sure to also check out Darwin's Encyclopedia of Thumb Tip Magic. This is a much newer course and it's our best selling thumb tip DVD set: http://www.penguinmagic.com/product.php?ID=912
  • Youtube October 7, 2016, 3:08 am

    A.B. Original - January 26 (Official Video)
    'Reclaim Australia' LP OUT NOW: http://www.goldenerarecords.com.au iTunes/ GooglePlay: http://hyperurl.co/cr86dt Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/42RPV4GP1d8yIZEH4yu3gG Taken from 'Reclaim Australia' LP out soon! Song produced by: Trials Video directed by: Richard Coburn Production company: Kojo ‘JANUARY 26’ represents the annual frustration many Indigenous Australians feel from the farce of a holiday” – Briggs/Trials A.B. ORIGINAL is the collaboration between BRIGGS (Album of the Year recipient at the National Indigenous Music Awards 2015) and TRIALS (ARIA Award winning producer for Drapht, Illy, Hilltop Hoods, Seth Sentry and The Funkoars among others). http://www.goldenerarecords.com.au http://www.badapplesmusic.com.au https://www.facebook.com/2blak2strong
  • Youtube March 6, 2016, 9:53 pm

    Learning is Earning 2026
    Play the game, make the future. 9am March 8 - 9pm March 9 CST www.LearningIsEarning2026.org
  • Youtube January 7, 2016, 8:08 pm

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  • Youtube January 14, 2015, 12:22 am

    selfrunning working permanent magnet motor , is it a Fake ?
    http://www.overunity.com/10034/new-permanent-magnet-motor-on-youtube-from-roobert33 Hi, this is copy of the video somebody posted to YOutube and pulled it then again.. I got permission from him to put it on my youtube channel. I have uploaded now this video here as a backup. Is this genuine or is this a fake ? What do you think. Please comment over here below the video. Please also subscribe to my Youtube channel. Here is the discussion about it in the overunity.com forum: http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=10034 Many thanks. Regards, Stefan. Update: I just got this email: He has sent you a message: To:overunitydotcom Yes, It was a joke that I should not do! I apologize to you and all your friends who have lost time in commenting on .... The device had to operate the magnet inside a coil that I had in my shirt. Greeting, R. ================= Hmm, does this match the video ? If he really had it in his shirt it would have probably looked different as he himself moved so much back and forth.. So is it really a fake ??? Link to thsís video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLek_3Hpwus Here some more keywords for the advertising ads : HHO Water runs on water save fuel HHO car watercar water splitting H2 O2 oxyhydrogen hydroxy gas fuel Save environment computer gadgets tablet pc Iphone Android Ipad Ipod travel insurance jewelry makeup jewels watch watches shoes fashion shoe price check preisvergleich shopping shop -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Free Energy Machine ? Scam ? from Witts.ws - QEG ? Scam ? inspired model ?" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1BInIh_mRQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "OPV Solar Cell - DTU Organic Solarcell - Free Plastic Organic Solar Cells - first test" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuhDTaLBGq0 Future Tech:: "FREE ENERGY DEVICE - AKULA Blue LED Light Generator" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cSXYeGsO9o Akula FREE ENERGY DEVICE - Akula Lantern Circuit number 4 ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnuXqnTlJNM ----------------------------------- Please watch: "Hydrogen compressed H2 and O2 gas separator split cell by Stefan Hartmann" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AikUjB2WXgs Please watch: "Orbo Webinar 2 - Steorn Orbo Ophone OCube and Powercell presentations" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hp_pbV9-Yvo --------------- Shop Amazon - Contract Cell Phones & Service Plans http://bit.ly/smartphone-offers --------------------------------------------------- Try Audible and Get Two Free Audiobooks: http://bit.ly/audible-2free-audiobooks ------------------------------------------------------------ Join Amazon Prime Music. 30-day Free Trial ! http://bit.ly/amazon-prime-music-offer ================================================ Now here is a great new Outro Video Maker, what I also use now, how you can very easily produce your Outro-Videos for your Youtube Videos, so that they will have these Thumbnail Outro Videos to click on, so people stay on your channel. The Outromaker does also add automatically Annotations and Cards! Highly recommended. also very good for getting new susbscribers ! http://bit.ly/outromaker ============================= Please support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/overunitydotcom
  • Youtube December 25, 2014, 7:34 pm

    A John Waters Christmas - Track 02 Rudolph The Red Nosed Raindeer by Tiny Tim
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  • Youtube November 8, 2014, 6:23 am

    [HD] The Kennedy Center Honors (2012) - Full Show
    ► Like us on Facebook:http://goo.gl/W8XSCc ◄ [FULL CONCERT - 720p] Buddy Guy, Dustin Hoffman, David Letterman, Natalia Makarova, and Led Zeppelin to Receive 35th Annual Kennedy Center Honors. to continue: http://www.kennedy-center.org/programs/specialevents/honors/
  • Youtube October 28, 2014, 1:42 am

    The self interested response to a disease outbreak.
    A short piece used in an Alternate Reality Learning Experience
  • Youtube October 3, 2014, 9:44 pm

    Inside Curtin Episode 1: October 2014
    Welcome to Inside Curtin, a round-up of some of the top internal teaching and learning, research and student news stories on campus.
  • Youtube June 17, 2014, 3:40 am

    The Most Terrifying Video You'll Ever See
    A new way to think about the climate change debate, with over 13 million total views on various postings. Intrigued? Check out the related material: 1) “HOW IT ALL ENDS”: An exhaustively detailed follow-up series addressing every criticism I could find to “The Most Terrifying Video You’ll Ever See”. Playlist is at http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=92EE5DBE2987982F 2) “WHAT’S THE WORST THAT COULD HAPPEN?”: An even more exhaustively developed book giving instruction on how to come up with an answer based on your own values and experience. It doesn’t tell you *what* to think about climate change. It tells you *how* to think about climate change. Available on Amazon. Trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7e10ZNpogv4 3) “DO YOU DARE THE DRAGON?” A 3-minute animation of the precautionary principle applied to climate change. Way simpler than it sounds. Perfectly bite-sized for forwarding to friends on social media! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdbeg7mS-CU -----------More details on the above:------------ 1) “HOW IT ALL ENDS”: I spent months combing through literally tens of thousands of critical comments to find every single objection, criticism, "Yeah but," and "You missed a spot" that I could to “The Most Terrifying Video You’ll Ever See.” A bruisingly thorough 7-hour video project, anchored by the video “How It All Ends,” which incorporates the arguments from this video, while addressing a logical hole big enough to drive a truck through that this video missed. Playlist is at http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=92EE5DBE2987982F 2) “WHAT’S THE WORST THAT COULD HAPPEN? A RATIONAL RESPONSE TO THE CLIMATE CHANGE DEBATE,” book by Greg Craven (me). A book on climate change, unique in the genre. It’s not really about climate change--it’s really about how you go about making a decision in a confusing situation (here, the debate about climate change). Available on Amazon. Praise for the book: "This book trumps most of our accounts of the global warming crisis." --author Bill McKibben "Al Gore should share his Nobel peace prize." -The "New Scientist" "...superbly crafted...A must read." -Gen. Anthony Zinni, US CENTCOM Commander (Ret.) "This is a tremendous book and well worth anyone's time to read.... You're in for a treat—Craven is funny as well as exceptionally clear, and wise." --Kim Stanley Robinson, Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author of the Mars Trilogy and Science in the Capital "This is a terrifically thoughtful book.... Cravens book shines an illuminating floodlight on how we think about global warming." --Ross Gelbspan, author, "The Heat Is On" and "Boiling Point" 3) “DO YOU DARE THE DRAGON?” A collaboration with Rupert Read of the University of East Anglia. A fun, succinct little animation on how to make a decision about what (if anything) to do about climate change if you’re not sure whether it’s going to happen or not. Designed to help break the logjam in the popular debate about climate change. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdbeg7mS-CU
  • Youtube April 13, 2014, 5:32 am

    Kate Nash And Billy Bragg - A New England/Foundations - NME
    billy bragg and kate nash sing foundations/a new england at the NME awards 2007. Dont like this song, was put up for a friend.
  • Youtube March 10, 2014, 3:31 am

    Billy Bragg: Cynicism Is Our Greatest Enemy
    An excerpt from Let Fury Have the Hour, a film by Antonino D'Ambrosio. To Read Bragg's contribution to a special issue of The Nation, visit http://thenat.in/VNfqWS
  • Youtube September 7, 2013, 2:41 am

    Reg Whiteman - Fat Cat Tribute
    Reg Whiteman - the life and soul behind children's favourite Fat Cat for several decades - died in Perth on Thursday July 28, 2011, aged 82. He had been in poor health for some time. Early in his career Reg was a dancer and inaugural member of the WA Ballet Company, along with Kevan Johnston. Then he was the stage manager at His Majesty's Theatre and took pride in dressing many of stars, such as Rudolf Nureyev and Barry Humphries, who was performing as Dame Edna Everage and Sir Les Patterson. Reg performed on the TVW Channel 7 opening night variety show called Spotlight on Friday October 16th, 1959, as part of the dancing team called Guy and Dolls. This act consisted of Dorothy and Bert Shaw and Judy Schonell with Reg Whiteman. Reg was also part of a Spanish theme dance group on the opening night of ABW Channel 2 on Saturday 7th May, 1960. When Seven brought Humphrey B. Bear to Perth, it was Reg who animated him for a series of local children's shows presented by Carolyn Noble. When Seven became involved in Disney on Parade and a number of other large scale arena and tent productions, it was Reg who stepped into the breach to animate a variety of popular Disney characters. Percy Penguin was the popular TVW children's mascot during the last of the black and white TV era. It was then decided to introduce a new character full of colour and Fat Cat came into being. Though management and production staff came up with the notion, it was Judith Byrne who came up with the concept of what Fat Cat would look like. Judith is the wife of former TVW sales manager and managing director Greg Byrne. In our accompanying video, Sandy Baker describes the events which led up to the launch of Fat Cat on Perth TV screens. At his audition for the role, Reg explained that when he put on the suit, he was unable to see. He wished to show them his best dance moves, but they had positioned him in a studio set full of obstacles, a fence, posts, etc. He said that in the process, he collided with everything, tripping and falling over, which everyone seemed to find most amusing, so he got the job. Keith Geary spent many years as a producer and presenter of children's TV programs at Seven. Keith explained to Pam Casellas that Reg was very dedicated to his job. He elaborates on this subject in the video, saying that Reg did not shy away from a challenge, whether it be skiing, hot-air ballooning or paragliding in the Fat Cat costume. Parents relied on Fat Cat to get their children to bed when he wished them goodnight at 7.30pm on Seven.
  • Youtube April 14, 2013, 11:59 am

    Thief Behind the Mask
    CR Avery takes a poetic look at the masterminds of climate crimes; five minutes that could change everything. With riveting spoken word and striking images, CR Avery connects the dots between pipelines, oil tankers and climate change. He is unsparing in speaking truth to power about the companies leading us down the path toward climate catastrophe and the movement building against them. Enbridge and Enron child Kinder Morgan propose to build pipelines across British Columbia from the tar sands of northern Alberta, and ship the world's dirtiest oil to Asia and the US, putting the west coast of North America at risk of oil spills. These pipelines would drive expansion of the tar sands and spike the impacts of global warming everywhere. Produced by Sierra Club BC and filmed by Ethan Miller (http://www.ethanmillerproductions.com), the video inspires us to think courageously about the future we want, for Canada's west coast and the planet. Please share far and wide! For more information and to sign-up for news and updates, visit the Sierra Club BC website at http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/sign-up
  • Youtube February 11, 2013, 5:41 pm

    K-12 Ambassador Submission :: Jason
    Share YOUR story with us. Become an NMC K-12 Ambassador! Learn more: http://go.nmc.org/k12amabassador
  • Youtube November 6, 2012, 12:00 am

    Gov 2.0 Summit 2010: Karen Cator, "Learning Powered by Technology"
    http://gov2summit.com Karen Cator (US Department of Education), "Learning Powered by Technology"
  • Youtube July 17, 2012, 11:31 pm

    taxlaw
    Video Scribe Project
  • Youtube March 19, 2012, 9:56 am

    The Slits - What's In My Bag?
    For full list of picks: http://www.amoeba.com/whats-in-my-bag/index.html#/detail/2010-03-01_the-slits The Slits share what they found during a recent visit to Amoeba Hollywood!
  • Youtube February 4, 2012, 10:59 am

    Sheldon Cooper Gives Speech
    Sheldon was a child prodigy, starting college at the age of 11. As a theoretical physicist, he possesses a master's degree, two PhD's and an IQ of 187. He exhibits a strict adherence to routine, a lack of understanding of irony, sarcasm and humor and a complete lack of humility.
  • Youtube February 4, 2012, 10:57 am

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  • Youtube February 4, 2012, 10:55 am

    The Big Bang Theory S04E14 Sheldons Lecture Tweets
    Sheldon gave a lecture and thinks the students liked it.
  • Youtube December 1, 2011, 6:59 am

    Zach Wahls Speaks About Family
    Zach Wahls, a 19-year-old University of Iowa student spoke about the strength of his family during a public forum on House Joint Resolution 6 in the Iowa House of Representatives. Wahls has two mothers, and came to oppose House Joint Resolution 6 which would end civil unions in Iowa. The fight to to keep marriage equality in Iowa continues, help us support Iowans like Zach. http://www.actblue.com/entity/fundraisers/12424 ********************************************************** Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats Zach Wahls Speaks About Family IowaHouseDemocrats
  • Youtube November 20, 2011, 8:35 am

    The Council of Elders stand in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street
    Elders from Across the Nation Declare Solidarity with the Occupy Movement Veterans of America's 20th Century civil rights movement will enter the 21st Century Occupy Wall Street movement in New York, Oakland, San Francisco and Los Angeles on Sunday, November 20. Known as the "Council of Elders," they will step inside the nationwide encampments to symbolically share the torch of hope and justice and engage the Occupiers in dialogue about defining movements of the past. "We want to contribute to this intergenerational movement," says Dr. Vincent Harding, activist and writer in the civil rights movement. "We are thankful for the efforts of Occupy Wall Street to unite the 99% and bring the many gifts and great energy of millions into effective action to transform our nation." The Council of Elders is an independent group of leaders from the farm workers, sanctuary and human rights movements that shook the nation's conscience with public protests over the past 50 years. "We see Occupy Wall Street as a continuation, a deepening and expansion of the determination of the diverse peoples of our nation to transform our country into a more democratic, equitable, just, and compassionate society," excerpt from the statement of solidarity by the Council of Elders to be read at each of the Occupy encampments. By bringing their voices to the Occupy Wall Street movement, the elders are addressing a litany of social grievances, including poverty, mass incarceration, and what they call a culture of war and violence. Dolores Huerta, activist with Cesar Chavez and the farm-workers movement, believes today's conditions create bitter divisions among peoples across the United States and throughout the world. "We applaud the miraculous extent to which the Occupy initiative around the nation has been non-violent and democratic, especially in light of the weight of the systematic violence under which the great majority of people are forced to live," says Rev. James Lawson, leading theoretician, tactician and theologian of the civil rights movement. The economic crisis which sparked the Occupy Wall Street movement also motivated the veteran protesters. They cite soaring unemployment rates, home foreclosures, and inadequate health care as issues that require public outcries. The Council of Elders promotes compassion and non-violent action as the highest values to reverse trends that put profits ahead of people in its quest to contribute to the much-needed movement for a more just society and a more peaceful world. The council members are urging elders from around the nation to join the Occupy Wall Street movement. In New York City on November 20th, members of the Elder Council will spend time with those encamped at Zuccoti Park, beginning at 2:30 PM. They will lead a worship service in front of the "red structure" within Zuccotti Park at 3:30 pm. Elders will then host a dialogue with Occupy Wall Street demonstrators and other interested individuals at 5pm, at 74 Trinity Place. Both events are open to the public. Council of Elders Organizing Committee Rev. James Lawson, Jr. Los Angeles, CA Dr. Vincent G. Harding Denver, CO Rev. Phillip Lawson San Francisco, CA Dolores Huerta Bakersfield, CA Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon Washington, DC Dr. Grace Lee Boggs Detroit, MI, Dr. Gwendolyn Zoharah Simmons Gainesville, FL Sister Joan Chittister, OSB Erie, PA Marian Wright Edelman Washington, DC Rabbi Arthur Waskow Philadelphia, PA Rev. Dr. George (Tink) Tinker Denver, CO Rev. John Fife Tucson, AZ Dr. Mel White Lynchburg, VA Rev. Nelson Johnson Greensboro, NC Joyce Hobson Johnson
  • Youtube September 23, 2011, 12:00 am

    Hans Rosling's 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes - The Joy of Stats - BBC Four
    More about this programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00wgq0l Hans Rosling's famous lectures combine enormous quantities of public data with a sport's commentator's style to reveal the story of the world's past, present and future development. Now he explores stats in a way he has never done before - using augmented reality animation. In this spectacular section of 'The Joy of Stats' he tells the story of the world in 200 countries over 200 years using 120,000 numbers - in just four minutes. Plotting life expectancy against income for every country since 1810, Hans shows how the world we live in is radically different from the world most of us imagine.
  • Youtube July 13, 2011, 2:11 am

    Go the Fuck to Sleep - read by Noni Hazlehurst
    Noni Hazlehurst reads Go the Fuck to Sleep
  • Youtube May 1, 2011, 12:14 am

    "Don't lecture me" (with Twitter track) - Donald Clark at ALT-C 2010
    "Don't lecture me" Keynote speech by Donald Clark (with Twitter Track by agreement with Donald) at "Into something rich and strange" - making sense of the sea change, the 2010 conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT). Session given in Nottingham, UK, on Tuesday 7 September 2010, at 10.20. For information about ALT go to http://www.alt.ac.uk/. Made publicly available by ALT under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/bync/2.0/uk/. The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) is an independent charity (UK registered charity no.1160039), funded through membership contributions and events. ALT members are part of a growing community of learning technology professionals, whose shared expertise helps us to realise our aim to promote the effective, efficient and informed understanding and use of learning technology. Show support for what we do and be part of the leading professional body for Learning Technology in the UK http://go.alt.ac.uk/join-ALT.
  • Youtube May 1, 2011, 12:14 am

    "Don't lecture me" (with Twitter track) - Donald Clark at ALT-C 2010
    "Don't lecture me" Keynote speech by Donald Clark (with Twitter Track by agreement with Donald) at "Into something rich and strange" - making sense of the sea change, the 2010 conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT). Session given in Nottingham, UK, on Tuesday 7 September 2010, at 10.20. For information about ALT go to http://www.alt.ac.uk/. Made publicly available by ALT under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/bync/2.0/uk/. The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) is an independent charity (UK registered charity no.1160039), funded through membership contributions and events. ALT members are part of a growing community of learning technology professionals, whose shared expertise helps us to realise our aim to promote the effective, efficient and informed understanding and use of learning technology. Show support for what we do and be part of the leading professional body for Learning Technology in the UK http://go.alt.ac.uk/join-ALT.
  • Youtube December 27, 2010, 4:37 am

    LABYRINTH with SOCK PUPPETS (feat. AMANDA PALMER & FRIENDS)
    A Very Bowie Xmas Gift... Love, AFP, Mr. Neil Gaiman, and Team Chaos Merry Xmas and Kwanzaa to all!!! Sara: Amanda Palmer Jareth (aka David Bowie with a Mullet, miscredited as "Jared" in the credits): Neil Gaiman The Eyeballs: Max Melton The Evil Worm Sock Puppet: Sam Siggs Wardrobe Mistress: Rosie Cunningham Set Photographer & Moral Support: Holly Gaiman D.o.P/Editor: Marc Smith thecuillincollective.co.uk Music: Jamie Smith donbrae.co.uk Producer: Alan Jeffrey Silver City Theatre Thanks To: Chris Cunningham, Mary Siggs & The City Of Edinburgh
  • Youtube November 10, 2010, 2:53 am

    President Obama: It Gets Better
    As part of the It Gets Better Project, President Obama shares his message of hope and support for LGBT youth who are struggling with being bullied.
  • Youtube October 20, 2010, 4:03 am

    Stephen Fry Kinetic Typography - Language
    UPDATE 24/05/2011:Thankyou to @hedgehoglet for the Russian Subtitles UPDATE 11/10/2010: Thanks to Stephen Fry for mentioning this video on his twitter account, rather exciting! Follow me at @RogersCreations on twitter Using the wonderful words of acclaimed writer, actor and allround know it all (I mean that in the best of ways) Stephen Fry I have created this kinetic typography animation. If you like what you hear you can download the rest of the audio file from Mr. Fry's website. stephenfry.com and then go to the audio and video section at the top of the page and look for the file entitled language. You can also find the file on iTunes by searching the name 'Stephen Fry's Podgrams'. I loved this particular essay on language and I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to make my first kinetic typography video. I hope you like it and even if you dont I would like to heard what you think in the comments section. Also I know that at points the audio does not match the text so you do not have to write that. It is because I copied the transcript off of Stephen's website and it was not 100% exactly what he said and i did not notice until I was well underway. However these cases are few and far between. Just incase you were wondering the programs I used to make this were all by Adobe. Mostly After Effects but also Flash and Illustrator. Flash for the changing background colour transitions and illustrator for putting the words in to the shape of 'language' before loading it into After Effects to animate. Enjoy
  • Youtube September 16, 2010, 10:53 pm

    An Art form is born: UWA art of the artists
    A child and his tree companion, pull us into a strange and fascinating living virtual museum. A new expression that urges us to create anew. That speaks of an enduring search of love. Filmed on Second Life at the University of Western Australia Music: Alberto Iglesias Actors: Kit Guardian and Tutsy Navarathna Ent avatar skin : Papadapoulos Barzane/ Tierra y libertad Filmed & edited by : Tutsy Navarathna
  • Youtube March 10, 2010, 12:50 am

    Lecture Preview
  • Youtube November 26, 2009, 3:08 am

    Alan Kay: A powerful idea about teaching ideas
    http://www.ted.com With all the intensity and brilliance he is known for, Alan Kay gives TEDsters a lesson in lessons. Kay has spent years envisioning better techniques for teaching kids. In this talk, after reminding us that "the world is not what it seems," he shows us how good programming can sharpen our picture. His unique software lets children learn by doing, but also learn by computing and by creating lessons themselves.
  • Youtube November 26, 2009, 2:52 am

    Teaching Teaching & Understanding Understanding (3/3)
    "Teaching Teaching & Understanding Understanding" is a 19-minute award-winning short-film about teaching at university and higher-level educational institutions. It is based on the "Constructive Alignment" theory developed by Prof. John Biggs. The film delivers a foundation for understanding what a teacher needs to do in order to make sure all types of students actually learn what the teacher intends. The film is also available in high quality on DVD with subtitles in seven languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Danish). Film homepage: - [ http://www.daimi.au.dk/~brabrand/short-film/ ]
  • Youtube November 26, 2009, 2:52 am

    "Teaching Teaching & Understanding Understanding" (1/3) [English subtitles]
    "Teaching Teaching & Understanding Understanding" is a 19-minute award-winning short-film about teaching at university and higher-level educational institutions. It is based on the "Constructive Alignment" theory developed by Prof. John Biggs. The film delivers a foundation for understanding what a teacher needs to do in order to make sure all types of students actually learn what the teacher intends. The film is also available in high quality on DVD with subtitles in seven languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Danish). Film homepage: - [ http://www.daimi.au.dk/~brabrand/short-film/ ]
  • Youtube November 26, 2009, 2:48 am

    Teaching Teaching & Understanding Understanding (2/3)
    "Teaching Teaching & Understanding Understanding" is a 19-minute award-winning short-film about teaching at university and higher-level educational institutions. It is based on the "Constructive Alignment" theory developed by Prof. John Biggs. The film delivers a foundation for understanding what a teacher needs to do in order to make sure all types of students actually learn what the teacher intends. The film is also available in high quality on DVD with subtitles in seven languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Danish). Film homepage: - [ http://www.daimi.au.dk/~brabrand/short-film/ ]
  • Youtube November 12, 2009, 11:10 am

    In My Eyes
    www.balieye.org Beautiful music is by Adelaide artist Mary Webb http://www.myspace.com/marywebbsings
  • Youtube November 11, 2009, 10:12 pm

    Keynote presentation of Kid's eye view of an innovative classroom
    Keynote presentation of Kid's eye view of an innovative classroom via Elluminate
  • Youtube October 30, 2009, 10:31 pm

    amanda palmer & casey & corrine long in EET (regina spektor)
    one day amanda palmer invited cassandra long over to her house and cassandra came over with her sister corrine and a bag of gummy bears and freeze-pops and they went to the park and the bodega and saw lots of fancy ladies in bridal gowns and had a pony battle and made a movie out of it using a song by the wonderful regina spektor. follow these happy girls on twitter: @amandapalmer, @cassandralong, and @Crane_Long
  • Youtube October 19, 2009, 9:58 am

    Photosynth of Burning Man
    Burning Man
  • Youtube October 8, 2009, 10:43 am

    The Life and Times of Uncle D
    Experience the Magic of this groundbreaking new Story Quest in Second Life. Visit http://www.tvwsp.com to sign up to be one of the first. The magic of storytelling is captured in this compelling short film about an hiv positive character dealing with hiv aids known as "Uncle D." Accompany the Reluctant Quester and his trusty sidekick Cice the therapy dog as they embark on a life changing journey.
  • Youtube September 24, 2009, 11:19 am

    Social Media IS NOT A FAD (HQ) - Sept. 2009 - Erik Qualman © Socialnomics (Produced by XPLANE)
    ** News Summary by David Kusumoto -- FULL STORY IN CONTEXT AT: http://bit.ly/RaYaX ** The source of this video is the user "Socialnomics," by Erik Qualman, where the MASTER VIDEO can be seen at http://bit.ly/SzPDJ. Facebook users may follow my news column by clicking the blue "Follow This Blog" button at http://bit.ly/RaYaX -- located on the left side of that page beneath the headline: Facebook Users: Follow This. ** ALL RIGHTS AND CREDITS NOTED BELOW. This video was designed and produced by Karl Fisch and Scott McLeod of XPLANE at: http://bit.ly/DU00j a Portland-, St. Louis- and Madrid-based firm that bills itself as "The Visual Thinking Company" in conjunction with the release of Erik Qualman's book, Socialnomics, available at: http://bit.ly/23RZji Mr. Qualman's blog is located at http://socialnomics.net. This video is similar in presentation to XPLANE's groundbreaking 2007 presentation, "Did You Know?," which is available here: http://bit.ly/jL0xg ** Please visit the full news story in my column/blog at: http://bit.ly/RaYaX
  • Youtube September 24, 2009, 11:16 am

    Did You Know 4.0
    This is another official update to the original "Shift Happens" video. This completely new Fall 2009 version includes facts and stats focusing on the changing media landscape, including convergence and technology, and was developed in partnership with The Economist. For more information, or to join the conversation, please visit http://mediaconvergence.economist.com and http://shifthappens.wikispaces.com. Content by XPLANE, The Economist, Karl Fisch, Scott McLeod and Laura Bestler. Music by DoKashiteru, "Home Tonight." Design and development by XPLANE, http://www.xplane.com. You can follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/xplane
  • Youtube September 17, 2009, 11:41 am

    Bears Don't Dig On Dancing by Tim Minchin
    The WSPA filmed this vid at the Edinburgh Fringe this year. Fun. www.wspa.org.uk. Go there if you like animals and want people to stop being nasty to them. UPDATE: WSPA are now called World Animal Protection and can be found here: www.worldanimalprotection.org.uk.
  • Youtube September 17, 2009, 11:41 am

    Tim Minchin - White Wine In The Sun (Christmas Song)
    'White Wine In The Sun', also known as 'Christmas Song'. I put this up since a lot of people were looking for it. LYRICS: I'm looking forward to Christmas It's sentimental I know, but I just really like it I'm, I'm hardly religious I'd rather break bread with Dawkins than Desmond Tutu to be honest And yes I have all of the usual objections to consumerism The commercialisation of an ancient religion And the western-isation of a dead Palestinian Press-ganged into selling PlayStations and beer But I still really like it. I, I really like Christmas Though I'm not expecting a visit from Jesus I'll be seeing my dad My brother and sisters, my gran and my mum They'll be drinking white wine in the sun I'll be seeing my dad My sisters and brother, my gran and my mum We'll be drinking white wine in the sun. I don't go for ancient wisdom I don't believe just 'cause ideas are tenacious it means that they're worthy I get freaked out by churches Some of the hymns that they sing have nice chords But the lyrics are dodgy And yes I have all of the usual objections to the mis-education of children forced into a cult institution And taughted to externalise blame And to feel ashamed And to judge things as plain right and wrong But I quite like the songs. I'm not expecting big presents The old combination of socks, jocks and chocolate is just fine by me. 'Cause I'll be seeing my dad My brother and sisters, my gran and my mum They'll be drinking white wine in the sun I'll be seeing my dad My sisters and brothers, my gran and my mum They'll be drinking white wine in the sun. And you my baby girl My jetlagged infant daughter You'll be handed round the room Like a puppy at a primary school And you're too young to know But you will learn yourself one day That wherever you are and whatever you face These are the people who'll make you feel safe in this world My sweet blue-eyed girl And if my baby girl When you're twenty-one or thirty-one And Christmas comes around And you find yourself nine thousand miles from home You'll know whatever comes Your brother and sister, and me and your mum Will be waiting for you in the sun Girl, when Christmas comes Your brothers and sisters, your aunts and your uncles Your grandparents, cousins, and me and your mum Will be drinking white wine in the sun We'll be waiting for you in the sun Baby, whenever you come We'll be drinking white wine in the sun Waiting. I, I really like Christmas It's sentimental I know.
  • Youtube August 15, 2009, 4:22 am

    Two Bottles of Wine - Jason Webley with Reverend Peyton
    "Two Bottles of Wine" video for the song by Jason Webley and the Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band. Filmed at the Melody Inn in Indianapolis. Camera work by Josiah Jensen and editing by John Dixon.
  • Youtube August 15, 2009, 3:10 am

    Kseniya Simonova - Sand Animation (Україна має талант / Ukraine's Got Talent)
    Ксения Симонова - Песочная анимация stb (5.06.09) F.A.Q. : - full list of music (thanx to LikaFortuna): 1. Cirque du Soleil - Jeux d'Eau 2. В.Лебедев-Кумач - Священная война 3. Марк Бернес - Темная ночь 4. Apocalyptica - Harmageddon 5. John Williams - Auschwitz - Birkenau 6. Марк Бернес - Журавли 7. Apocalyptica - Nothing Else Matters - Words at the end: "You're always near" http://simonova.tv - Kseniya Simonova official website http://myyogaball.org/ - best yoga balls
  • Youtube August 4, 2009, 6:08 am

    I teach, therefore you learn... or do you?
    Exploring the changing expectations of our students. Go to http://www.boxoftricks.net to read more about the effective use of technology in the classroom.
  • Youtube August 4, 2009, 6:07 am

    Preparing Teachers for 21st Century Students
    Presenter: Misty O'Connor. Synopsis: Seminar presented to Cuyahoga Valley School District teachers exploring the impact and uses for new technologies in today's classrooms.
  • Youtube August 4, 2009, 6:07 am

    Technology and the Terrified Teachers
    Teachers used to be terrified to use technology in their classrooms. Now that they realize how easy it is and what a big impact it makes with their students, more teachers are integrating technology into the curriculum.
  • Youtube August 4, 2009, 6:07 am

    Digital World: Teachers Today
    A short commentary about how teachers are changing the culture of education in the 21st century through the use of technology and web 2.0 created at animoto.com
  • Youtube August 4, 2009, 6:07 am

    21st Century Teacher - Kayla Rudolph
    What does it take to be an effective teacher in the 21st century?
  • Youtube August 4, 2009, 6:06 am

    20th Century & 21st Century Teachers
    Meet 20th C and 21st C, two teachers with very different views on ICT. Produced by Cramlington High School
  • Youtube August 4, 2009, 6:04 am

    Is teachers training ready for e-learning?
    What are the most important skills for the 21st Century? Take look at our film about 21st century skills in teaching. http://www.kks.se
  • Youtube June 9, 2009, 1:11 pm

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  • Youtube June 4, 2009, 5:19 am

    Did You Know?
    Fantastic video on the progression of information technology, researched by Karl Fisch, Scott McLeod, and Jeff Brenman, remixed By the way, I did not create this video! Search on the names above if you want more info - they are responsible.
  • Youtube May 31, 2009, 10:54 pm

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  • Youtube May 24, 2009, 3:51 am

    Try to do
    A story about a big squirrel and a baby squirrel. Subscribe to my current channel! www.youtube.com/thealdywaldy Follow me on Twitter! @agamos
  • Youtube May 16, 2009, 4:11 am

    The Twitter Experiment - Twitter in the Classroom
    Dr. Rankin, professor of History at UT Dallas, wanted to know how to reach more students and involve more people in class discussions both in and out of the classroom. She had heard of Twitter... She collaborated with a graduate student, Kim Smith, from the Emerging Media and Communications (EMAC) and reached out to EMAC faculty for advice. As a Graduate student in EMAC I assisted her in The Twitter Experiment and documented the project to share with others. The feedback is varied, but the lesson for me, as a student, was the importance of a professor's attitude and willingness to try new technologies in the classroom, especially a more traditional class such as History. It was a great pleasure to assist Dr. Rankin with this. I documented the experiment and used it in my digital video class with Professor Dean Terry, @therefore, and assisted Dr. Rankin in the experiment as a part of my collaboration and content creation course with Dan Langendor, @dlangendorf. It was a real pleasure to work with Dr. Rankin - a forward-thinking professor open to the intelligent use of new media.
  • Youtube May 2, 2009, 3:57 am

    Introduction to Learning Theories
    An introduction to major learning theories in education
  • Youtube April 25, 2009, 1:30 pm

    What We Need
    This is a video that was conceived, written and produced by Mr. Scholl's Journalism I class at Carolina Forest High School. It was inspired the video "A Vision of Students Today." That video can be watched here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGCJ46vyR9o.
  • Youtube April 25, 2009, 2:20 am

    Engage Me!
    Pupils from Robin Hood primary school, Birmingham, worked with a film crew from the National College for School Leadership to express their desire to use their favourite technologies for learning in school. Also posted on the NCSL Future website - http://future.ncsl.org.uk Robin Hood primary school has a YouTube channel at http://uk.youtube.com/user/RobinHoodSchool
  • Youtube April 5, 2009, 5:19 am

    Nurse education in second life at Glasgow Caledonian University [demo]
    This is a short video to show one possible method of combining technologies, including a virtual learning environment [ in this case "Second Life"], for use in nurse education. Developed at Glasgow Caledonian University in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. If you have an enquiry, regarding this video or the technology, please email: agwh@gcal.ac.uk , using an appropriate subject line.
  • Youtube March 29, 2009, 9:49 pm

    Virtual Worlds Best Practice in Education
    VWBPE 2009
  • Youtube March 7, 2009, 8:52 pm

    Heaven for the Weather - The Streets
    Mike's Blog: http://mikeskinner.so The D.O.T.: http://the-dot.net
  • Youtube March 4, 2009, 6:11 pm

    No Future Left Behind
    This film was created as the Keynote for Net Generation Education Project: http://tiny.cc/glLA7 When kids at the Suffern Middle School were asked to talk about education and their future, they gave Peggy Sheehy, the SMS media specialist, an earful. Listen and learn the bits of wisdom that can be gleaned from the students, if we only dare to ask them. Students from The Elisabeth Morrow School Tech Club contributed machinima created in Quest Atlantis. Marianne Malmstrom (aka Knowclue) worked remotely with the students of Suffern to create machinima of their avatars on Teen Second Life. Original music, "Harpsicord" was created by a former Suffern Middle School student, Larry Bordowitz. All editing was done by educators Peggy Sheehy, Suffern Middle School and Marianne Malmstrom, The Elisabeth Morrow School. *** Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike Noncommercial Nonderivative 3.0 ***
  • Youtube February 10, 2009, 8:41 pm

    Second Life - SPEEDING CARS Imogen Heap
    A Second Life Machinima (created in 2 hours +1 hour edit!) by Gary Hayes. Medium rez 48MB MP4 download at http://www.justvirtual.com/SpeedingCars.mp4 Song 'Speeding Cars' by IMOGEN HEAP (used with permission of the artist) Special thanks: Song: IMOGEN HEAP Animations: Sinewave & Abramination Nevada timelapse footage by Gary Hayes & Nadia Warner Pink art build: Adam Ramona Machinimatography, editing, avatanimation & concept by Gary Hayes http://www.justvirtual.com 2009 Dance advisor: Richard James-Allen Physical.tv LYRICS Here's the day you hoped would never come Don't feed me violins just run with me through rows of speeding cars. The papercuts the cheating lovers The coffee's never strong enough i know you think it's more than just bad luck There there baby it's just text book stuff it's in the ABC of growing up Now now darling oh don't lose your head cause none of us were angels and you know I love you yeah Sleeping pills know sleeping dogs lie never far enough away Glistening in the cold sweat of guilt I've watched you slowly winding down for years You can't keep on like this... now's a bad a time as any There there baby it's just text book stuff it's in the ABC of growing up Now now darling oh don't kill yourself cause none of us were angels and you know I love you yeah it's ok by me.. it's ok by me.. it's ok by me..it was a long time ago it's ok by me.. it's ok by me.. it's ok by me..it was a long time ago There there baby it's just text book stuff it's in the ABC of growing up Now now darling oh don't lose your head cause none of us were angels and you know I love you yeah There there baby it's just text book stuff it's in the ABC of growing up Now now darling oh don't kill yourself cause none of us were angels and you know I love you yeah
  • Youtube February 10, 2009, 3:08 am

    Planning and Designing for Flexible Learning
    Gagne's model of instructional design presented as visual metaphors for online interaction...
  • Youtube December 15, 2008, 1:54 am

    Second Life - DEAKIN UNIVERSITY ARTS EDUCATION ISLAND BUILD
    Gary Hayes's build and design of the Deakin University Arts Island in January of 2008 as MUVEDesign and admin via The Project Factory. Medium rez 105MB MP4 available from http://www.personalizemedia.com/DeakinArtsinSL.mp4 The island has been in regular use by staff and students but closed to the general public. Music composed and performed by Gary Hayes. These images with comments from Deakin staff during the process can be seen at http://www.flickr.com/photos/garyhayes/sets/72157603522639571 Thanks to Deakin staff Jenny Grenfell, Fiona Phillips, Jo Raphael and Stephen Seagrave for their keen input. Video, music & 447 Images © Gary Hayes and Deakin University
  • Youtube December 2, 2008, 2:22 am

    Networked Student
    The Networked Student was inspired by CCK08, a Connectivism course offered by George Siemens and Stephen Downes during fall 2008. It depicts an actual project completed by Wendy Drexler's high school students. The Networked Student concept map was inspired by Alec Couros' Networked Teacher. I hope that teachers will use it to help their colleagues, parents, and students understand networked learning in the 21st century. Anyone is free to use this video for educational purposes. You may download, translate, or use as part of another presentation. Please share.
  • Youtube November 13, 2008, 7:10 pm

    John Oberlin: The 21st Century Student Experience
    John Oberlin discusses how emerging technologies and services will affect and change educational methods.
  • Youtube October 22, 2008, 2:48 am

    A Vision of K-12 Students Today
    This project was created to inspire teachers to use technology in engaging ways to help students develop higher level thinking skills. Equally important, it serves to motivate district level leaders to provide teachers with the tools and training to do so.
  • Youtube September 15, 2008, 10:46 pm

    Science Learning Opportunities in Second Life
    A brief overview of science and research education in Second Life, highlighting Science School, Genome Island, Research Park, ISTE Island and more.
  • Youtube September 15, 2008, 10:46 pm

    Training simulations in Second Life
    Overview of Second Life as training, education and e-learning tool, demonstration of several training and educational simulations in Second Life
  • Youtube August 19, 2008, 9:00 pm

    Head Tracking for Desktop VR Displays using the WiiRemote
    Using the infrared camera in the Wii remote and a head mounted sensor bar (two IR LEDs), you can accurately track the location of your head and render view dependent images on the screen. This effectively transforms your display into a portal to a virtual environment. The display properly reacts to head and body movement as if it were a real window creating a realistic illusion of depth and space. By Johnny Chung Lee, Carnegie Mellon University. For more information and software visit http://johnnylee.net
  • Youtube July 31, 2008, 7:13 pm

    ShiftHappens
    ShiftHappens
  • Youtube November 3, 2007, 11:43 am

    Willing to help?
    I'm looking for people to join in a roleplay scenario in Second LIfe as part of my PhD research
  • Youtube April 23, 2007, 11:55 pm

    A SL workplace
    My avatar at his desk in Second Life.
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