Tag Archives: streaming videos

Video Resources Review

While updating the links to this blog, I decided to check in on some of the video resources available. I was thinking especially about teachers and students who now have access to the internet via their Mac Books and PolyVision … Continue reading

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Snag films, again

I know that I have already recommended Snag films, and I hate repeating myself when there is so much to be had on the internet, but sometimes, these sites are worth mentioning again because of the unique resources that you … Continue reading

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Quick Hit: TED Talks

Of all the sites that I revisit, TED Talks is the one that I’ve written about more than any other. This is the third time I write about TED Talks (2/11/08 and 6/12/08) and even with everything that there is … Continue reading

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Snag Films

One of the magazines that we subscribe to here at the Haverhill High School LMC is PC World (sorry Mac users). It really is one of my favorite reads since most of the articles are about how to make my … Continue reading

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Internet Television

Thanks to the October 2008 edition of WIRED magazine, I’ve discovered another website that is bound to get us all into trouble at home and at school. Luckily, only a few dozen people a week visit this blog, so the … Continue reading

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Great speeches, inspiring words

As the new school year approaches, I know we’ll all be looking for some inspiration, so I thought I’d gather up some useful and FREE resources available for everyone, but especially useful for social studies and history teachers. Today many students take … Continue reading

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Powers of 10/ The Story of Stuff

I don’t recall the details of when and where I first saw the film, “Powers of 10” by Charles and Ray Eames; I just remember that it blew my mind in a way that few things had or have. By … Continue reading

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