Technology in Education A New Design for Education 1 day ago   04:16

Paul Hamilton
Paul Hamilton presents 'Technology in Education', a creative and artistic look at the challenges edtech faces.

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Ultar Violet
You are saying the true
tahreen shaikh
look evry student
tahreen shaikh
i like it
Carrie Joy Cleofe
Hi Mr. Hamilton, may I ask, if what software did you use to make this video? Your videos are great and informative. Thanks in advance. :D
Cindy Gregory
informative, engaging video
Njabolo Kgwedi
technology is the key,my problem is iam staying at rural area we the is a problem of nertworking
Michael Van Supranes
Thumbs up to this! In my opinion, i think it all depends on how teachers integrate tech in class. I truly believe that ed tech's potential is well-maximized when teachers are able to see what they could do more effectively (and not teach more) with technology, and when teachers are able to use technology and creativity in building an environment that motivates learners to be engaged and social. I really hope that our university will advocate higher standards or better guidelines for teaching with technology.
Alex K
I really like this video
Paul Clapton-Caputo
What questions should we be asking to make visible the change knowledge required? Divergent thinking and awareness of the importance for diversity in thinking. The world beyond them? You made me think. Thanks Paul.
Fantastic video, keep up the great work!
Tash Austin
I like this which video editor/movie maker was used?
giscard dib
Aizel Amalla
nice video sir ..
this is really a great challenge esp. to the 21st century teachers that they should guide their students in a way that they should not abused the lots of uses, technology has to offer.
i like the scissor thing but if materials can be bought on stores, and the child is not interested on it then it will be useless. Learning depends on the motivation of a child to learn, his eagerness to learn. teachers play a important role in imparting knowledge and they can never be replaced by any technologies.
-just an opinion .. cuddles :)
Patricia Huey
This video discusses the integration of technology into the education that we provide to our students.  It brings the focus on the benefits of what it will bring to the skills of the students.  It relates the technology boom to other supplies we may use to supplement the classroom.  It is very important to realize that this is an area that often is overlooked as an expensive route.
This video asks some pertinent questions that we must consider such as the work atmosphere when they are finished with school as one.  We need to make sure that the students are equipped with the knowledge of different methods or skills that are being demanded.  Technology addresses these since we are continuously dependent on them along with the collaboration that they bring.  Two key words used are creativity and divergent.  I feel that these speak to what we bring to the forefront when education and technology work together. 
Mylene Tongson
hello, sir. this video is helpful for our project.. credits to you, sir. :)
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In order for students to be successful they need to be able to collaborate and communicate? Wrong. They need to be able to think on their own and to construct their own problem solving techniques with and without technology. Technology should not be integrated into classrooms until 8th grade, after students have developed thinking and problem solving abilities.
Miles Gelin
May I use this video for a school project on digital citizenship?
Nicely presented video. Good job!
Mohan Kumar Gounder
great insight for equipping the right tools to students
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A New Design for Education Technology in Education 1 day ago   04:09

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Illustration and Editing by Anthony Weeks

Anthony Weeks is a documentary filmmaker, illustrator, and writer based in San Francisco, CA.

Anthony has illustrated a number of books, including the 2012 release by social media guru Howard Rheingold entitled Net Smart, published by MIT Press. In 2013, Anthony will be working with the Malaysian Prime Minister's office to author and illustrate a collection of books and materials about the need for creativity and innovation in education.