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  1. Apr 2024
    1. Khan Academy Kids

      This is what Ziggy uses in Australia I think - must check with his parents.

      I loved Toca Boca as well. That was the first example found that I felt was worth it. Use that as my main influence in the proposal if I have not already done so. Was a crazy week.

  2. Dec 2023
  3. Jul 2023
    1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1_RKu-ESCY

      Lots of controversy over this music video this past week or so.

      In addition to some of the double entendre meanings of "we take care of our own", I'm most appalled about the tacit support of the mythology that small towns are "good" and large cities are "bad" (or otherwise scary, crime-ridden, or dangerous).

      What are the crime statistics per capita about the safety of small versus large?

      Availability bias of violence and crime in the big cities are overly sampled by most media (newspapers, radio, and television). This video plays heavily into this bias.

      There's also an opposing availability bias going on with respect to the positive aspects of small communities "taking care of their own" when in general, from an institutional perspective small towns are patently not taking care of each other or when they do its very selective and/or in-crowd based rather than across the board.

      Note also that all the news clips and chyrons are from Fox News in this piece.

      Alternately where are the musicians singing about and focusing on the positive aspects of cities and their cultures.

    1. Kalibrieren und Eichen

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJuB-Sijdu0 (ist zwar Werbung, aber erklärt simpel und kurz den Unterschied)

    2. Logarithmische Einheiten

      Grundlagen logarithmischer Darstellung (mit weiterführunden Videos): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tC3vqTB_IrA

    3. SI-Einheiten

      mögliche Videos: - deutsch(erklärt wovon wie die SI-Einheiten abgeleitet werden): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bELd5_zkhKQ&t=23s&pp=ygUJc2ktc3lzdGVt & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mSO24hkRxE&pp=ygUMc2ktc3lzdGVtIGlp

    4. Problem

      Ende des Urkilos?: https://youtu.be/bu-wGOhw1Zw

    1. John Vervaeke describes relevance realisation

      A small [[YouTube]] video clip of [[John Vervaeke]] discussing his model of [[relevance realization]].

  4. May 2023
  5. Nov 2022
    1. Publishers can create interactive stories on the platform and incorporate them in their website.

      I love this! It is similar to Prezi or VoiceThread.

      Do you also support collaborative editing (public or with invited collaborators)? If yes, a high-resolution world map could be used for collaborative pinning of local events, meetups, news, videos, and so on, such as radio.garden or YouTube Geofind.

  6. Mar 2022
    1. Get the instrumental indian music videos

      An instrumental indian music videos is a recording customarily without any vocals, in spite of the way that it might fuse some garbled vocals, for instance, shouted support vocals in a significant band setting. Through semantic expanding, a more broad sensation of the word song may suggest instrumentals. An instrumental indian music videos can exist in music documentation, after it is created by an essayist; in the mind of the arranger (especially in circumstances where the real writer will play out the piece, as because of a blues solo guitarist or a group music fiddle player); as a piece that is performed live by a lone instrumentalist or a musical company, which could go in fragments from a group or trio to a colossal huge band, show band or outfit.

      In a song that is by and large sung, a section that isn't sung at this point which is played by instruments can be called an instrumental indian music videos, on the other hand, if it occurs at the beginning of the tune, before the craftsman starts to sing, an instrumental show. If the instrumental portion includes the capacity, musicality, and routinely the virtuosity of a particular performer (or social event of performers), the part may be known as a "solo" (e.g., the guitar solo that is a fundamental section of generous metal music and hard rock tunes). If the instrumental indian music videos are percussion instruments, the span can be known as a percussion break or "percussion break". These interludes are a sort of break in the song.

      In business notable music, instrumental indian music videos are sometimes renderings, remixes of a taking a gander at discharge that highlights vocals, yet they may comparatively be plans at first considered without vocals. One portrayal of a portrayal in which both vocal/instrumental and just instrumental tunes are passed on is blues. A blues band from time to time utilizes for the most part melodies that have refrains that are sung, however during the band's show, they may correspondingly perform instrumental indian music videos.

      Something as opposed to instrumental indian music videos, that is, music for voices alone, with no reinforcement instruments, is a cappella, an Italian articulation that means "in the asylum". In early music, instruments, for instance, trumpet and drums were seen as outside instruments, and music for inside an asylum normally used more quiet instruments, voices, or basically voices alone.

      instrumental indian music videos

  7. Jan 2022
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  10. Oct 2020
    1. We found using concise videosin multiple ways built online immediacy in positive ways. Students reported, as a whole, that they found video recordings to increase their sense of instructor immediacy and motivation in the online classroom.

      The authors discuss the problem of teacher immediacy and presence in online courses. They propose that this problem must be solved as online instruction becomes increasingly popular. The researchers survey multiple students at Weber State University and present their process, results, and communication theory. They conclude that short videos tangibly increase instructor online presence. And, short videos directed at individual students have an even greater positive impact.

      Rating: 10/10

    1. Four themes emerged from analyzing three types of data: surveys, interviews, and access log files. These four themes that captured students' experience of VBL included: varying video use frequency, balancing time and level of understanding to achieve learning efficiency, manipulation of video functions to achieve learning efficiency, and reliance upon multiple tools.

      The authors of this article question the effectiveness of video-based online learning. The authors/researchers studied multiple undergraduate level online courses. Information was gathered via student surveys and interviews. The researchers present four themes found through the study, which include varying video use frequency, balancing time and level of understanding to achieve learning efficiency, manipulation of video functions to achieve learning efficiency, and reliance upon multiple tools.

      Rating: 5/10

    1. When incorporating videos into a lesson, it’s important to keep in mind the three key components of cognitive load, elements that impact engagement, and elements that promote active learning.

      The author, Cynthia Brame, is the Associate Director of the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching and holds a Ph.D. in Education. In this article Brame recognizes the importance video has become in online and blended instruction. Brame suggests three things to consider when designing and implementing videos, which include cognitive load, non-cognitive elements that impact engagement, and features that promote active learning.

      Rating: 7/10

    1. Multimedia principle. Providing words with pictures, images, or other graphics enhances learning relative to materials that include only words. While this principle pertains to texts with pictures, it also applies to videos, which include audio and video components.2. Modality principle. When combining visual and verbal materials, it is more effective to use audio than it is to use written text. Videos may be more effective when they present video in conjunction with audio narration as opposed to written text in the video.3. Contiguity principle. Multimedia materials are more effective when words and pictures/images/graphics occur in close proximity relative to when they do not occur in close proximity.4. Redundancy principle. Eliminating redundancy enhances the effectiveness of multimedia. For example, text may be redundant with audio narration, and such redundant text should be eliminated.5. Coherence principle. Adding flashy but unnecessary illustrations to multimedia can be distracting, reducing coherence and thereby reducing learning.6. Personalization principle. Using a conversational style (e.g., in narration) can be more beneficial relative to a more formal presentation style.

      This article compiles research into educational videos with respect to SDL (although SDL is never mentioned directly). The authors discuss the impact of educational videos, student engagement, the role of critical thinking and knowledge development, and effective design and presentation.

      Rating: 8/10

    1. Considering that one of the most significant factors of online course quality is instructor presence and interpersonal interaction,4 one of the benefits video can offer is creating faculty presence in an online environment. In the interviews, students cited faculty presence as a key factor related to their engagement and perceived learning from videos. Humor and wit were described positively. Participants also mentioned the benefits of adding personable context to a subject; for instance, faculty members giving examples from their professional experiences about subject material. As one student explained, "The reading is very didactic or academic, but the videos are very real-case scenarios. The instructor narrates: 'How do you take that academic learning into the real world? What does that mean when you're looking at these financial statements?'" Another participant offered: "[The videos] are better than just reading the material because it has more of that human element."

      Melanie Hibbert, the Director of Instructional Media & Technology and Media Center at Barnard College in New York City, writes about what is necessary for good online instructional videos. Hibbert discusses media at Columbia University, methods for creating videos, an what analytics tell us. She concludes by describing the importance of instructor presence more so than the production quality of videos.

      Rating: 9/10

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