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MakeyMakey + Scratch + Makeblock + Carboard + Recycled Stuff - YouTube - 3 views

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    Awesome project involving Makey Makey and Scratch
Phil Taylor

Microsoft Paint 3D Advert #1 - YouTube - 0 views

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    Part of the Window's 10 update coming out next week
John Evans

An Interesting Infographic Featuring 20 of The Best YouTube Channels for Math Teachers ... - 3 views

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    "Below is an infographic we created for the post we published last week featuring some of the best YouTube channels for Math teachers. 'These channels provide a wide variety of  videos, tutorials and animated courses covering different mathematical concepts from Algebra to Geometry.'"
Phil Taylor

Why We're Letting Our Sons Have a YouTube Channel - John Spencer - 0 views

  • The term “digital footprint” is often associated with fear and risk-aversion. Just stay offline as much as possible. Be anonymous. Don’t do anything you’ll regret. But I actually think there are some real benefits to allowing children to publish their work online:
  • Privacy is critical. But I also think it’s possible to be safe, ethical, and wise online and my kids know that I will always be there for them
John Evans

Sock Snowman - YouTube - 0 views

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    "Don't throw your old, white socks away! Upcycle them to create this funny, little Sock Snowman to cheer you up this winter! :)"
John Evans

10 Best YouTube Channels About 3D Printing | All3DP - 3 views

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    "No doubt about it, YouTube features some of the most informative and entertaining content about 3D printing on the magical electronic interwebs.

    Whether you're looking for 3D printing tutorials, tips and tricks, product reviews, cool projects, or just general goofing off, here's a list of the best YouTube channels about 3D printing you can watch.

    Please note, this list is ordered according to the number of subscribers. We'll be updating the list with fresh additions in the next couple of weeks, so stay tuned.

    Did we miss one of your favorites? Let us know in the comments."
John Evans

Innovate My School - How to engage the YouTube generation by looking to Zoella - 1 views

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    "Filmmaking is increasingly being used in the classroom by teachers who understand the wants, hopes and aspirations of their pupils. Recent BBC documentary The Rise of the Superstar Vloggers was an extremely interesting insight into what many people wrongly perceive to be a frivolous activity and an easy route to fame and fortune. Contrary to popular belief, becoming a superstar vlogger involves hours and hours of researching and writing content. When we consider how popular video is with children, it becomes clear that filmmaking is the secret weapon for accelerating progress in schools.

    By using filmmaking as an incentive to write, pupils are working to produce the kind of media that they love, while the teacher is easily able to coerce them to improve their writing and reading using video as a constant hook. One such school who took the plunge into filmmaking is Northway Primary School in Liverpool, nominated for the Educate Awards Innovative & Creative Literacy Award. Over the course of 11 weeks, the pupils planned, drafted, edited, performed and filmed their very own adventure film based on El Dorado, the search for the lost city of gold in Colombia made famous by Christopher Columbus himself."
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