Saturday, February 16, 2008

[TIPS] videos to see

I think most of the folks who read blogs have already seen these videos, but I know some haven't. And, I keep thinking that I've mentioned them before so when I want to find them I search for them in my blog and can't find them. So, this is for you AND for me.

This blog is quite good. You'll want to check it out for the posts. But the reason I'm pointing you here is for his videos. This page shows one of them, but if you look on the right side of the page you'll see links to his others. Take some time to watch them all. They include 1620, 42, 180, and "Cut and Paste." Which one stayed with YOU the longeset after you saw them all?


1 comment:

Kurt Paccio said...

Of these videos the one that resonates most with me is the 180 days. Once you consider all of the peripheral programs and unplanned events, the amount of instructional time is very limited and therefore very precious.

While I can't ever remember showing 4 full length films to a class, I suppose some teachers might.

When you break it down, 48 hours of actual instructional time??? That's difficult to imagine.

Thanks for sharing this blog, too.
I don't really add much to my aggregator any more. This one made the cut.