What are the 10 best videos for promoting educational change?

We are working to add the 10 BEST videos on educational change to the wiki. What are they? Where should they go (looking for the best on each topic.)

When we give people these videos, we're giving them something that helps them “sell” what they are doing . I suggest showing these videos for professional development, school boards, and anyone who cares about education.

We've started a page for your nominations for the best videos. If we get too many, we may have some sort of voting thing (which would be great to have that much interest!)

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8 thoughts on “What are the 10 best videos for promoting educational change?

  1. I enjoyed this video.

    The rural community I live in has started a New Tech School create around teaching 21st Century Learning Skills. The school has been an amazingly tough sell amongst the adult community that doesn’t see the need for reform in traditional education approaches.

    I look forward to seeing what else people have to share.

  2. This is a great idea. I went to the wiki page but could not see a way to nominate additional submissions. I have started a list on my wiki that has some good candidates for nomination at http://theinnovativeeducator.wikispaces.com/TIE%27s+Videos.

    I have some suggestions for this fantastic undertaking.
    1-Perhaps have people submit in a particular format i.e. video name, author, description, why it’s being nominated, etc.
    2-If you use a Ning site you have the ability to rate, view, and comment on videos. Perhaps the one with the highest rating and most comments wins.

    Thanks for another great idea and contribution to education.

  3. @your_foodie – We are also working to share those as well and plan to add a lesson_plans topic on our diigo group as well. There are many resources out there.

    @innovative_educator – We need some people to help w/ this — do you want to join. This is one of those accidental ideas that is taking on life. To submit an entry, just 1) join the wiki http://ad4dcss.wikispaces.com/Video
    and 2) embed it there.

    Let’s talk!

  4. I added my idea to the wiki a few moments ago. I saw this video on a Google Earth fly through (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VffQfDCYns) as I was researching using GE as a project with students and digital cameras and geolocating. Great project although after Mike Wesch and his The Machine is Us/ing Us (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLlGopyXT_g) is there anything new being made? That was purely hypothetical, there will always be something new to talk about but his video is something of a standard bearer don’t you think?

  5. I think for “promoting educational change”you would consider:
    Karl Fisch- Did you know?,
    Michael Wesch-there are 3 I think and
    the Commoncraft series
    There are few useful others on Teacher Tube

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