I’m going to be showing some videos to faculty members who have participated in our Inquiry Through Blended Learning program. I get 20-30 minutes, during a wrap-up lunch on Friday. But I’m stumped. I could easily just show a TED talk (or two, if edited for time) but… what you YOU show, considering the audience is made up of faculty members from a wide range of disciplines, but are brought together by a common interest in inquiry and blended learning?
I was initially just going to remix/edit the Canadian eLearning 2007 Video Party but that’s almost a year old. Surely something more recent could be dropped in. Any ideas?
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I’m biased [disclaimer: these are my vids] but in the pile of cute kids, serious undergrads, and other propaganda arguing for the brave new world of youth and education, I’d show them http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NzQqPH3JRw and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKmhYBLOCcY
You should consider “DId you know?” and “What if?”
thanks! I’ve bookmarked both. Now to see if I can expand my time allotment to an hour or so 🙂
Ya, I was assuming you’d start with Did you know? and What if?
How many days do you have?
D’Arcy, what is/are the key message/s you want to get across?
I know this one is way to long (35 min), but I really liked the TEDTalk that Bill Strickland gave (Rebuilding America, One slideshow at a time).
I didn’t see it hit the blogs I read as much as a lot of the other TedTalks, but I think it’s worth a watch.
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