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terça-feira, 6 de setembro de 2016

Education is a fundamental human right







Enviado em 6 de jul de 2011
More than 67 million children globally remain out of school, says the UN Special rapporteur on the right to education, Kashore Singh.

Singh emphasis on the need to acknowledge education as a fundamental human right.

Inclusive Education Vital for All

Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. (2016-09-05). Inclusive Education Vital for All. Retrieved 2016-09-06, from http://www.disabled-world.com/disability/education/inclusive-ed.php Direct Link: Inclusive Education Vital for All - Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

quinta-feira, 16 de junho de 2016

CT at Google: Facilitating Software and Game Development though Abstraction





Publicado em 14 de jul de 2015
For more videos or other resources on computational
thinking, including classroom-ready lessons plans, visit
https://g.co/exploringCT.

Video credits:
https://computationalthinkingcourse.w...
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Hacking the Note: How Music and Tech Shape Us







Transmitido ao vivo em 26 de mar de 2016
In partnership with the LA Fund, Google is hosting a special event exploring how science and technology take many forms in our everyday lives, specifically in music. The name of the event is Hacking the Note: How Music and Tech Shape Us. It will be geared towards student Black/Latino boys and girls based in LA as it encourages them to consider a career in computer science (perhaps as it pertains to music!). Music and code intertwine to create magic and we'd like to highlight this in the hopes of normalizing STEAM fields for our youth.

The day will begin with a tech-oriented discussion amongst a panel of esteemed music producers and STEAM advocates. The students will then break into working groups and participate in an exercise that allows them to code their own music and sounds. They'll get to share their creations to the larger group and leave with a broader sense of what computer science entails.

Panelists:
Jim Beanz - Producer/Singer/Musician, Timbaland Productions and Sunset Entertainment Group
Young Guru - Audio Engineer/Producer/DJ, Roc-A-Fella and Def Jam
Marcella Araica - Mixing-Recording Engineer/Producer, N.A.R.S and Mosley Music Group
Richy Jackson - Dancer/Choreographer/TV Personality, Visual Director for Lady Gaga
Wendy Calhoun (moderator) - Executive Producer/Writer, Credits: Empire, Nashville, etc.

Special performances by Zack Zilla!

Hosted by Daraiha Greene, Google CS Education in Media Specialist

Want to learn more? Visit g.co/csedu!
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Google Expeditions: over a million students, on trips to virtually anywhere







Publicado em 19 de mai de 2016

More than one million students from over 11 countries have taken an Expedition since we introduced the Google Expeditions Pioneer Program last May. The program lets students take virtual reality trips to over 200 places including Buckingham Palace, underwater in the Great Barrier Reef—and in seventh grader Lance Teeselink’s case—Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world.

Learn more about Expeditions (goo.gl/RfOp4Z). If you’re a teacher interested in trying out the Expeditions app in your classroom, sign up for the beta here: goo.gl/lUqrJX
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Convergence Culture - Connected Everywhere | ExVP : Executive ViewPoints







Enviado em 6 de set de 2011
As CIO, you must be ahead of the curve to make sure your organization has the speed, scale and flexibility to adapt to the changing workforce where employees are demanding the ability to work anywhere on any device, and to support this, you need to embrace disruptive technologies such as the convergence of cloud, mobility and social media.

Big Data & Cloud Computing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7J6vih...

Connected Learning: Interest, Peer Culture, Academics







Publicado em 19 de set de 2012
We commissioned filmmaker Nic Askew (http://soulbiographies.com) to make a series of films about connected learning, a new approach to learning he called "courageous" and "transformational."

This film introduces the story of connected learning, the outcome of a six-year research effort supported by the MacArthur Foundation into how learning, education, and schooling could be reimagined for a networked world.

The film asks:
- 'Might the information age have presented us with the opportunity for a fundamental reimagining of the way we educate our children?'
- 'How might education come to life if children were to possess a burning need to know?'
- 'Might we each have a part to play?'
- 'Might this digital age hold the possibility of bringing us closer together?'

Other films in the series:
'Engaged' http://youtu.be/fJWtvFIr0FQ
'Mentor' http://youtu.be/jNcet150S5A
'Play' http://youtu.be/t9xyrAsCe0M
'Everyone' http://youtu.be/viHbdTC8a90
'Creative' http://youtu.be/hwYYiK4RrnY

* To participate in weekly webinars and be a part of an emerging community around connected learning, visit: http://connectedlearning.tv
* To learn more about ongoing research into connected learning, check out: http://clrn.dmlhub.net
* To see and share an infographic about connected learning: http://connectedlearning.tv/infographic
* To learn more about the six principles and three guiding values of connected learning:http://connectedlearning.tv/connected...
* Don't forget to visit our home website: http://dmlhub.net