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Birds | Educational Video for Kids

Birds | Educational Video for Kids

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Hello everybody! In this video we’re going to learn about our friends, the birds. They are so diverse, and there are so many colors and shapes, it’s fun to learn about them. For example, this tiny little hummingbird doesn’t look anything like this huge ostrich. And these penguins don’t look much like this peacock with […]

Mammals | Educational Video for Kids

Mammals | Educational Video for Kids

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The diversity of mammals is amazing. Theycan be as huge as these whales, or as tiny as this cute little balancing mouse. They can be noisy like this howler monkey, or quiet like this hedgehog with its sharp, pointy spines. Even though they’re amazingly diverse, all mammals have a number of common characteristics you should […]

The Soft Toys for Education campaign. Launching November 2013.

The Soft Toys for Education campaign. Launching November 2013.

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We may just look like soft, adorable, cuddly toys. But in fact we are powerful heroes that help children get into school, and out of poverty. The Soft Toys for Education campaign is a good cause partnership between IKEA Foundation, UNICEF and Save the Children. The idea is simple: for every one of us sold […]

Improving the teaching of pupils with Special Educational Needs

Improving the teaching of pupils with Special Educational Needs

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The research was focused on the problem of whether ordinary classroom teachers should be teaching children with special educational needs. Do they do they have the knowledge, the skill, the experience to teach children with special educational needs. This is an issue that exists because of the move towards greater inclusion in education. What the […]

How an NYU Author is Bringing Meditation Into Classrooms

How an NYU Author is Bringing Meditation Into Classrooms

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– It’s terrifying to close your eyes in front of twenty five 16 year-olds and to trust that they will close their eyes as well. I thought, “Whoa there is something really powerful here.” (peaceful, driving music) – My name is Bill Meyer. I’m a doctoral student here at NYU Steinhardt and I’m also the […]

Patricia Nicholl – Doctorate in Childhood Studies at Queen’s Belfast

Patricia Nicholl – Doctorate in Childhood Studies at Queen’s Belfast

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(smooth music) Hi, my name is Patricia Nicholl. I am currently studying for the DChild, Doctorate in Childhood Studies in Queen’s University. And I’ve been a social worker in predominantly family and children’s services for well over 30 years now. And I chose this programme by and large because I’ve been thinking about doing my […]

Facebook, Twitter Revolutionizing How Parents Stalk Their College-Aged Kids

Facebook, Twitter Revolutionizing How Parents Stalk Their College-Aged Kids

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It’s back to school season, and for a lot of you out there, that means kids going back to college. – Right. The networking website, Facebook, is a great tool to help you keep in constant contact with your grown kids. And here to show us how it all works is Today Now’s own E-Mom, […]

The UK’s Most Bizarre Family

The UK’s Most Bizarre Family

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This video is supported by The Great Courses Plus. [DAVID] “I’m normal, my wife is normal, but my daughters are which more foolish than the other. Nancy writes lies about me, Diana’s the most hated woman in the country, Jessica’s missing off the face of the earth, and Unity is in the arms of… Hitler!” […]

Education in Guatemala: Why support Cooperative for Education?

Education in Guatemala: Why support Cooperative for Education?

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Taking Class Outdoors with Environmental Education

Taking Class Outdoors with Environmental Education

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