1. Making the Case (Director's Cut)

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    Winner - Bronze 2015 Bass Awards Best Explanatory Video The Center for Ecoliteracy is a nonprofit that advances ecological education in K–12 schools. We recognize that students need to experience and understand how nature sustains life and how to live accordingly. ecoliteracy.org Credits Center for Ecoliteracy - Creative Direction: Karen Brown Direction: Michael Wilson & Dalton Crosthwait Animation: Monstro Sound Design: Ben Roider Design Consultant: Alexander Perry

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    • CA Thursdays (Director's Cut)

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      Winner - Bronze 2015 Bass Awards Best Explanatory Video California Thursdays is a collaboration between the Center for Ecoliteracy, participating school districts, and allied organizations to serve healthy, freshly prepared school meals featuring California-grown fruits and vegetables. Launched on October 23, 2014, the California Thursdays network includes 15 school districts that together serve 190 million meals a year. Credits Center for Ecoliteracy - Creative Direction: Karen Brown Direction: Michael Wilson, Scotty Nolan, and Dalton Crosthwait Animation: Monstro Sound Design: Dalton Crosthwait

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      • Play by Eureka Superkidz in Cuddalore

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        from Venkatesh Krishnamoorthy Added 25 0 2

        This skit is by Eureka Superkidz in Majakolai, Cuddalore. The wit & simplicity brings out the advantages of attending AID India's ESK centers.

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        • What's Your Story? - finding your voice

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          from Brian Reverman Added 88 0 2

          This video looks at artists who draw on their own personal histories to inform their art.

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          • Create Web-based student quizzes with Kahoot

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            from School Library Journal Added 227 0 2

            Kahoot, a free service, builds quizzes that your students can access through any device with a web browser (iPad, Android device, Chromebook). Each question can include pictures and videos. As the teacher, you may control the pace of the Kahoot quiz or survey by imposing a time limit for each question. Students are awarded points for correct answers and the timeliness of their responses.

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            • Mobile in Education, August 2010

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              from Mobile Portland Added 888 1 2

              Panel from our August 2010 meeting talking about Mobile in Education. Topic covered include: * Why the Kindle didn't succeed at Reed College. * The huge performance gains by 3rd graders using iPod Touches at the Canby School District. * How textbooks can be improved and the challenges getting to getting textbook publishers to change. * What's it's like to receive several hundred iPads at one time and that new iPad smell. :-) THE PANELISTS * Trina Marmarelli, Reed College * Joe Morelock, Canby School District * Corey Pressmen, Exprima Media * Thor Prichard, Clarity Innovations — Panel Moderator MORE DETAILS * Panelist bios: http://www.mobileportland.com/content/mobile-technology-education * Slides: http://www.mobileportland.com/node/43 CREDITS: Thanks to Seth Shikora (http://twitter.com/manimal) for filming and editing.

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              • About Chadwick International...

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                Learn about our new school in the city of Songdo in Incheon, South Korea!

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                • Back to School 2013–14: First Days

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                  from Eugene School District 4J Added 895 1 2

                  Kids say the most delightful things. This fun video shares some 4J students' and parents' thoughts on the first days of school. In just 3 minutes, it will brighten your spirits and warm your heart! Music credit: "Learn to Fly" by Josh Woodward (CC-BY).

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                  • SMALLab @ Arizona State University - 2009

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                    The K-12 Embodied and Mediated Learning Group at ASU's Arts Media and Engineering Program present their work in SMALLab - the Situated Multimedia Art Learning Lab. Check out our Science, Language Arts and English Language Learning scenarios. Find out more at ame2.asu.edu/projects/emlearning/index.php

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                    • Mike Hathorn: 3D Printing in the Classroom

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                      Watch more like this at lynda.com/vimeo. How do you turn young tech consumers into tech creators? At Hartford High School, Mike Hathorn puts students in charge of their own learning, giving them the topics and equipment, but also the freedom, to explore their own ideas. But room 212 is no ordinary classroom. Hathorn's students create detailed digital models with professional 3D software like SketchUp, and print their designs on the school's own 3D printers. Mike's classes are always full, and he sets an inspiring example for other educators who are trying to find out how to incorporate next-gen technology in their curriculum. Watch this short film to learn how the Hartford high schoolers are digitizing and "printing" their town's history, and encouraging other students to explore technology at maker showcases like TechJam.

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