Posts Tagged: Youtube

Embedding 101

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Special thanks to the inaugural participants of the TED Talks Faculty Development Course. I made this video, in large part, due to their questions related to embedding content. I realize now, after creating the video and the title for this post, that I probably should have called this “Advanced Embedding” because I already made a basic […]

Destination 2015: Flipped Learning – Week 3

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Week 1: Overview of Flipped Learning Week 2: Curated Content Week 3: Created Content—online lesson/activities and assessments Week 4: Created Content—in class activities and assessments Week 5: Final Project Presentations [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3V0pfOQ6E_o] Day 3 Agenda Sign in Room 11-106 and then meet in your assigned room on your name tag: Schedule for James and Mandy’s group 1:00pm-1:50pm […]

FSA, I’m Gonna Rock

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I recently had an opportunity to Partner with the Community, give back a little, and share some of the skills I have learned while at Valencia. Last week I worked with the wonderful students, faculty and staff at Bentley Elementary School in Seminole County on a Music Video designed to help motivate the kids as they […]

Paper Is Not Dead!

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For those of you still holding out, for those of you who know in your heart of hearts that “Paper Is Not Dead!”, this video is for you! Actually, I think all of you will get a kick out of this one. I am a digital guy, but after watching this, I have to admit, paper is […]

“Is the Way We Lecture Outdated for Today’s Students?” by Matthew Stoltzfus, Ohio State University – YouTube

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I met Dr. Matthew Stolotfus’ during our weekend seminar hosted on the campus of Wagner College, last summer. Lecturing was a necessary educational tool prior to the Gutenberg press, yet many colleges and universities continue to depress engagement of students by continuing in this practice.  With the revolution of engaging practices from business, and needs for […]

Cuban Missile Crisis

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Name:  Nancy Maurer Discipline: History Intro:  Here are the two pieces of media which I will be using in my classes for Fall 2014 on the Cuban Missile Crisis. Image: http://www.juhaliede.com/poster3.html   Video: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TtYfG6BKFg?rel=0] YouTube video sponsored by the Massachusetts School of Law (3:38) Here is the embed link:  [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TtYfG6BKFg?rel=0&w=420&h=315]

Let’s Make A Deal!

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Introduction:  My name is Nancy Maurer and I teach American history, 1492-1877 (AMH 2010.)  This is a lesson plan for Mercantilism. Mercantilism is an economic system used by European nations in the 17th and 18th centuries.  The British implemented mercantilism in the American colonies using a series of acts called the Navigation Acts.  While mercantilism […]

Citizen CPR- Helps EMTs Save Lives

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For the EMT Program Introduction: EMT students enter the EMT Program certified with the American Heart Association Healthcare Provider card.  While they all have had the course, many of them do not truly understand the importance of early recognition of cardiac arrest and early CPR. Many people tend to think that Emergency Medical Service jobs are all […]

How YOUR Videos will revolutionize YOUR classroom

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This posts discusses not just the use of including Youtube videos in your classes, but specifically mentions the benefits of the Professor actually making the videos themselves.  Short videos of a teacher giving a lesson, primarily in an environment other than the classroom, seems to be more engaging not just compared to lectures, but is […]

Can Video Games Make You Smarter

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Thanks to Ann Testa for this edition of the ASAPScience video blog. Lots of interesting information on how the brain works. Are video games a waste of time or can they make you smarter?? Does the cognitive function in your brain increase after playing video games?!  The video provides some interesting brain exercises.