Videos related to Teaching and Learning

Piaget on the "goal of education" Piaget picture Vygotsky's constructivist theory of learning (and zone of proximal development) Vygotsky picture
On March 20th, 2012, Carl Wieman, Nobel Laureate (in Physics) and White House Advisor presented his research and views on "Taking a Scientific Approach to Science and Engineering Education; Please click on the picture to view the video and read a summary of his presentation
Carl Wieman picture
On November 8, Jo Handelsman was invited back to campus for the Denice D. Denton Distinguished Lecture. Please click on the picture below to access the video presentation on "National Transformation of STEM Education."

Jo-handelsman2.jpgJo-National-Transformation.jpg
The Power of 10 video is a powerful educational tool that focuses on the concept of scale. Within each discipline (math, geography, nutrition, etc.), bringing "things" into perspective is equivalent to putting "things" on a scale. How often do we help our students understand where and how "things" fit together? — Please click on the picture to view the video.
The power of 10 picture
Robin Wright, University of Minnesota, Interactive Biological Sciences Class. This video shows students interacting with each other and the professor interacting with small groups of students in a large enrollment class. The reliance on technology to keep students engage is an obvious component of this pedagogical approach — Please click on the picture to view the video.
Interactive Biology classroom
Kansas State University anthropology project: A vision of students today. Students were asked to 'define' who they are - as a group - and this is the product of their reflection — Please click on the picture to view the video.
A vision of students today
Kansas State University anthropology project: Academia 2.0 was produced in response to the student video project — Please click on the picture to view the video.
A vision of students today-response from faculty
This is a second video from Kansas State University anthropologist Michael Wesch: Web 2.0 The Machine is US/ing us — Please click on the picture to view the video.
Web 2.0 the machine is using us
When invited to talk at the Library of Congress, June 23rd 2008 on You Tube as a new medium, Micheal Wesch decided to forgo the PowerPoint and instead worked with students to prepare over 40 minutes of video for the 55 minute presentation. This is the result: An Anthropological Introduction to You Tube — Please click on the picture to view the video.
An anthropological introduction to You Tube
Where we stand: America's Schools in the 21st Century is a PBS program. You can watch the entire program in 5 segments by clicking the image below. Although the programs are focused on K-12, many elements are relevant to Higher Education.
Where we stand PBS series
Perceptual Blindness. Look at what happens when you are so focused on a cognitive task...
Perceptual blindness
LECTURE VERSUS WEB-BASED ANIMATION
In his 55 minute lecture "Changing the Education Paradigm, " creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson will ask how do we make change happen in education and how do we make it last?
education paradigm lecture
LECTURE VERSUS WEB-BASED ANIMATION
This 11 minute animation of "Changing the Education Paradigm, " of the lecture presented by creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson (see left) will make you think about these two mode of "communication and delivery of a message"
education paradigm lecture




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