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John Evans

Learning Should Be Epic - YouTube - 5 views

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    "When students hear a lecture or read from a textbook, more often than not that information is stored in the limbic system, the short-term memory part of the brain, and discarded after the test. Which raises an important question: What's the point?

    But when students are immersed in a story, one where they are the characters and teachers are their guides, a transformation takes place. The classroom becomes a setting. Conflict becomes authentic. And school becomes engaging."
John Evans

Learn How to Count Money With Coins Using the MaKey MaKey! : 9 Steps (with Pictures) - 1 views

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    "Learn how to recognize and count with coins using the MaKey MaKey. Anyone with a MaKey MaKey can create this educational tool for kids. The software is written in Scratch, which can be modified in order to go deeper in using coins as well as Scratch programming. We hope that you have fun!"
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: 10 Math Tutorial YouTube Channels Not Named Khan Academy - 2 views

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    "One of the most popular posts of all time on this blog featured math tutorial YouTube channels for high school and college students. That post was originally created as a response to an email from a reader who was seeking suggestions for math videos that were not on Khan Academy. This evening I took some time to update my list of math tutorial channels on YouTube that are not Khan Academy. Here's the new list."
John Evans

MakeyMakey + Scratch + Makeblock + Carboard + Recycled Stuff - YouTube - 4 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
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