A little video I made showing my understanding of how new technologies have made our world a smaller place and how this impacts the role of both the teacher and education.
Way Cool. And Creative. And Clever. And Connected. Love the spinning globe. You’ll have to share how you did that little beauty.
Great video and thoughts.
Cheers from this part of the learning world.
Great work. Love the ideas too …. great to show it is not just the kids who are connected and learners! Now at conferences you will have people going …”theres that lady from the video!”. hehehe
Awesome concept and such a great way to illustrate it. Never short of new and interesting things to see on this website! As a student (or a previous one) it’s so great to see teachers understanding and using modern technology but also pointing out to students that technology especially the internet is just a medium for learning. Fabulous.
Nice video! Clever, informative and walks the middle line between embracing technology and embracing teaching and learning. As you say it is not either/or. The world is far too complex for either of those approaches to be successful.
Great video with a very true message - there is alot still to teach and learn. Well Done Toni!
Great clip Tones… and awesome message! You can be very inspiring
Great video Toni! I really like what you did with it, and how you used the stop motion to tell the story. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us like that!
Yes Yes Yes Yes!! Spot on.
clever, loved the spinning world on flat paper…and the flattening of the world, gonna have to copy that idea someday
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