1. Work Sphere Map: Object Classification using Containers


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    This video tutorial demonstrates how to user the Mindliner Work Sphere Map to visually classify information and tasks into containers.

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    • Mindliner Subscriptions & News


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      This tutorial explains how to setup subscriptions and read resulting news in Mindliner.

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      • Mindliner - Key Value Propositions


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        Mindliner is a real-time information and communication system that increases speed and transparency and shrinks the e-mail inbox. It increases the knowledge about the work of colleagues without increasing interruptions. It proposes "knowlets" instead of documents.

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        • A Parent's Perspective on Inclusion in Early Childhood


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          This is a follow up to the video "Team Lydia Rose." In this video Janelle Rethwisch talks about her perspective on inclusion for her daughter Lydia, in early childhood and beyond. This video can serve as a good introduction for families who are new to the concept of inclusion or who are deciding on service options. A presentation of the California Department of Education, Special Education Division, Desired Results access Project, Napa County Office of Education. Produced by Larry Edelman.

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          • Third Age


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            'Third Age’ was developed through the Open LAB scheme at Barbican/Guildhall in London in December 2014. It gives you a glimpse of what happened when five artists and six performers spent a week in the Pit theatre of the Barbican in order to explore age and creativity. The selection of innovative and thought provoking works by older artists was the stimulus for the different performance disciplines to work with. The work of the visual artists from Berlin, Amsterdam and London, two in their fifties, two in their sixties and one in his seventies, was used by a team of professional performers, two dancers, a musician, a jazz vocalists, a sound artist and an actor to create a series of works. The performers in their fifties and sixties improvised as individuals, pairs and as a single group to take the work of the visual artists to new arenas.

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            • Team Lydia Rose: Supporting Inclusion Every Day In Every Way


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              This video illustrates how inclusive practices should begin as early as possible. In the first part, Janelle describes her two year old daughter’s birth, early weeks in the NICU, and her stroke at four months old. In the second part, Janelle is joined by Lydia Rose's child development center teacher and her early interventionist as they discuss and illustrate a range of topics including inclusion, collaboration and teamwork between general and special educators, family-centered early intervention in natural environments, coaching, embedded instruction, family leadership, and more. This video has important messages for families who are, or will be, receiving early intervention services, for current and future early intervention practitioners, and for early childhood educators. A presentation of the California Department of Education, Special Education Division, Desired Results access Project, Napa County Office of Education. Produced by Larry Edelman.

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              • where ideas come from


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                A short compilation of thoughts on ideas

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                • A Collaboration Monument in DordtYart 2012


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                  A Documentary by Jeanne Van Der Horst about "A Collaboration Monument" made in DordtYart in Dordrecht, the Netherlands in 2012. A project by Örn Alexander Ámundason and Olof Nimar, made with Gerard Schouw and Jessica Tankard. Supported by DordtYart.

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                  • Morphē


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                    Aesop and Amsterdam-based Body Architect, Lucy McRae, have released their first short film – Morphē. Having recognised a kindred sensibility in McRae’s provocative work, Aesop commissioned her to conceive and direct the three-and-a-half minute piece. McRae’s projects have long involved fabulous speculations about relationships between technology and the human body, and are marked by a captivating, slightly unnerving aesthetic. Morphē playfully presages a new juncture for science and beauty. For the setting, McRae transformed an old Amsterdam church into a meticulously ordered space that references Aesop’s own laboratory. Here, a painstaking Scientist employs an assortment of gels, liquids, and weird contraptions to minister arcane beauty treatments to a sleeping Muse. There are obvious allusions to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Charles Perrault’s Sleeping Beauty. However, McRae describes her Scientist as inspired chiefly by nineteenth-century scientist and philosopher Hermann von Helmholtz, and his revolutionary research on human perception: ‘Everything’, wrote Helmholtz, ‘is an event on the skin’. Consequently, the emphasis in Morphē, as in Aesop’s products, is on an adroit and successful marriage of science and nature.

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