1. Naturfag i boks

    03:48

    from Skolelaboratoriet i realfag / Added

    17 Plays / / 0 Comments

    This video is about Naturfag i boks, in-service-training for teachers 2014, performed by University of Bergen

    + More details
    • Sustainable tourism outside the world heritage city of Hoi An

      05:52

      from SWEDESD / Added

      66 Plays / / 0 Comments

      Since 2010, SWEDESD and partners have developed and facilitated collaborative learning practices based on an Inquiry Based Approach (IBA) to multi-stakeholder endeavours. The Inquiry Based Approach is developed as part of the Supporting Urban Sustainability (SUS) programme. The programme aims at enhancing the capacity of key public, civic and private organizations to collaboratively learn about and take action for ecosystem services and poverty alleviation in cities. In the UNESCO World Heritage town of Hoi An in Vietnam, a multi-stakeholder team has been taking on the challenge to develop a strategic plan for sustainable tourism in a community called Cam Thanh, situated in the outskirts of the city. In this video, Giang Wells-Dang, Director - Action for the City, provides a brief overview of how the process has evolved so far.

      + More details
      • Week Fifty: What Label No Longer Serves You?

        04:09

        from Robyn Peel / Added

        12 Plays / / 0 Comments

        Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about - what label no longer serves you? What names, beliefs or ideas do you hold about yourself that are actually not true? Which ones do you want to let go of?

        + More details
        • Week Forty Nine: When Do You Lose Track Of Time?

          03:17

          from Robyn Peel / Added

          1 Play / / 0 Comments

          Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about - when do you lose track of time? What activities are you doing when you are so engrossed that you don't even know how much time has passed?

          + More details
          • Collaborative Creativity

            02:09

            from Nadene Jennings / Added

            0 Plays / / 0 Comments

            Students plan and choose appropriate materials wth which to build an interesting tree.

            + More details
            • Breaking News: Ched Evans deal with Oldham dropped

              00:57

              from Francesca Perryman / Added

              4 Plays / / 0 Comments

              QPR manager, Harry Redknapp has voiced his support for Welsh footballer Ched Evans. During a conference today, Redknapp stated that Evans should be given “a chance in life somewhere, doing something”, despite being convicted of rape. Francesca Perryman has more on the story.

              + More details
              • Week Forty Eight: What Makes a Great Day?

                03:46

                from Robyn Peel / Added

                4 Plays / / 0 Comments

                Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about - what makes a great day? What are the component parts that make for a great day in your life? And how can you make sure you have more of those days in 2015?

                + More details
                • Week Forty Five: What Food Do You Love?

                  02:46

                  from Robyn Peel / Added

                  4 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about - what food do you love? What food does your body crave and do you listen to it? With the overflowing tables at Christmas, take time to listen to your body and eat what you really love and feel like.

                  + More details
                  • Week Forty Seven: What Are You Going To Stop Doing?

                    02:51

                    from Robyn Peel / Added

                    2 Plays / / 0 Comments

                    Through the looking glass is a weekly video series designed to help you make breakthroughs in your life through reflection and inquiry. Each week a question is posed, and you are invited to take time to think about your answer and then put it into action. This week invites you to think about - what are you going to stop doing? What could you give up today that would make tomorrow better? How can you simplify your life by doing less?

                    + More details
                    • Webinar: "Developing Indicators for What Matters Most in Your Teaching" with David Sable

                      01:05:12

                      from Center for Contemplative Mind / Added

                      142 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      In this interactive presentation, participants will be introduced to a set of mindfulness-based reflective practices for the classroom that were the subject of mixed methods research with university students over five years. The practices apply basic mindfulness principles and guided instruction for individual contemplation, journal writing, listening, inquiry, and dialogue in a student-centered learning format. Taken together, this set of practices becomes reflective interaction; however the elements are also useful individually or in any combination. These practices and the results of the research were described in the first issue of The Journal of Contemplative Inquiry, published by the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society. The same set of practices will be applied in this interactive webinar to help you develop indicators for what matters most in introducing any contemplative practices in your teaching. Participants will explore their intentions, including what matters most to them as the instructor, what matters most to their students, and how they can know if contemplative pedagogy is effective. Results will be shared online and documented by the recording. About the Presenter David Sable, PhD, has been teaching undergraduates at Saint Mary’s University in Canada for 15 years. In 2012 he completed five years of interdisciplinary doctoral research on the impacts of using mindfulness-based contemplative practices to support critical thinking and learning in the classroom. His thesis was nominated for Best Thesis in the Social Sciences at Dalhousie University and his work noted in the National Teaching and Learning Forum 2012 (21(4)). A distinct and unexpected impact was the reported sense of connectedness that was stronger between students who used reflective inquiry to explore disagreement than between students who found quick and easy agreement with little inquiry. David has led numerous faculty development workshops on contemplative pedagogy and in July, 2014 co-led the first residential, graduate level practicum in Canada on contemplative education for K-12 teachers. David has also adapted his methods for online learning in various formats and contributed a chapter to Transformative Learning and Online Education (2010, Information Sciences Publishing). He is currently working on a book exploring the impacts and implications of contemplative practices for learning across language and cultural differences. David was trained in meditation by the renowned Tibetan Buddhist teacher Chogyam Trungpa and is a senior teacher in that tradition. He also works as a training and education consultant to industry and government agencies in the United States and Canada.

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?

                      Tags

                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."