Effective feedback animation

Effective feedback animation

Feedback is a powerful way to achieve improvement in teaching and learning. It is an integral part of every teacher’s practice and when used effectively can improve student learning by as much as eight months. As teachers and school leaders it’s essential to understand what evidenced-based feedback if we’re to unlock the greatest possible benefits […]

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FORGOTTEN GEMS: A Class To Remember (Japan, 1993) Review

FORGOTTEN GEMS: A Class To Remember (Japan, 1993) Review

Hello! I’m Oliver from Asian Film Fans. In “Forgotten Gems” series, we discuss movies which obviously deserve more love nowadays. In this video, I’m going to discuss Yoji Yamada’s movie from 1993 “A Class to Remember”. Yoji Yamada is a legendary Japanese director known for helming the famous Tora-san franchise, Free and Easy series and […]

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The Artists | Think Like A Coder, Ep 5

Dawn and the train are both breaking when Ethic and Hedge arrive in the woods. The adventurers have recovered the first artifact— the Node of Power— and have come to the 198forest in search of the second. Here they’re welcomed by the director of the colony, Octavia. She established this treehouse sanctuary after the robots […]

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How To Choose A Partner Wisely

How To Choose A Partner Wisely

How do we choose the people we fall in love with? In the modern world, under the ideology of ‘Romanticism’ you’re meant above all, to Trust Your Feelings! Love is a mutual ecstasy at finding a beautiful person, inside and out, with the rare capacity, to make us happy. The romantic attitude sounds warm and […]

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The role art plays in children’s education :子供たちにとって、アート教育がなぜ大事か?

The role art plays in children’s education :子供たちにとって、アート教育がなぜ大事か?

Hello everyone. I’m Reiko Suzuki, Social Coordinator. Today, I’m helping artists with online seminars, so I’d like to share what I think is important about the relationship between artists and children There is a reason why I think it is important for artists and children to be in contact with each other. I have a […]

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Explore UTS Education

Explore UTS Education

>>Narrator: Do you dream of making a difference through education? The UTS School of Education offers innovative degrees in five key areas: The first area is at undergraduate level in Primary and Secondary teaching The other four are at at postgraduate level: Secondary teaching, Applied Linguistics and TESOL, Learning and Leadership, and Research degrees As […]

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The psychology of magic: Where do we look for meaning in life? | Derren Brown | Big Think

The psychology of magic: Where do we look for meaning in life? | Derren Brown | Big Think

We live in a world now where we’ve comfortably dispensed with most myth and superstition for the last few hundred years. That’s the enlightenment project, you know, we have embraced a very rational approach to life and that’s wonderful and it has brought us many great things, but it’s also left us with a sort […]

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The ballet that incited a riot – Iseult Gillespie

The ballet that incited a riot – Iseult Gillespie

We typically think of ballet as harmonious, graceful and polished– hardly features that would trigger a riot. But at the first performance of Igor Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring,” audience members were so outraged that they drowned out the orchestra. Accounts of the event include people hurling objects at the stage, challenging each other to […]

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