5 Guiding Principles To Building Your Community on YouTube

5 Guiding Principles To Building Your Community on YouTube

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Make lifelong connections in the Microsoft Educator Community

Make lifelong connections in the Microsoft Educator Community

– There is a feeling of being valued and understood as an educator. (upbeat music) (children laughing) – My vision of education is us learning together. – It’s the idea that each day we come, whether you’re in the nicest place or the hardest place. – My students benefit from whatever I learn on the […]

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The Plymouth Colony Explained: US History Review

The Plymouth Colony Explained: US History Review

Hey guys, welcome to hip news history we hope you have your pilgrims hat on Cause we are gonna travel back to the early that’s right guy

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The Rise of Stalin in the Soviet Union

The Rise of Stalin in the Soviet Union

Early in the 20th century, Russia had a lot of problems: government mismanagement, bad military defeats, rising inflation and food shortages. The peasantry demanded more land as the gap between the wealthy elite and the poor masses grew wider. There were general strikes and uprisings in the streets. The conditions were right for revolution. It […]

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Cultural Mining

Cultural Mining

Cultural mining describes the process by which the most valuable parts of culture by which we understand the arts, humanities and philosophy are recovered and made useful for our own times. In cultural mining the pratical sides of culture are carefully extracted, cleaned, blasted and remolded and then used to manufacture the mental tools that […]

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Electronic Literature | DavidsonX on edX | Course About Video

Electronic Literature | DavidsonX on edX | Course About Video

MARK SAMPLE: Imagine a computer game played by millions made of only text on a screen. Imagine a poem 13 billion stanzas long. Imagine a play written by a computer in 1963. Imagine a love story between a printed page and a computer screen played out in the space between the two of them. Welcome […]

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The Black Legend, Native Americans, and Spaniards: Crash Course US History #1

The Black Legend, Native Americans, and Spaniards: Crash Course US History #1

Hi I’m John Green, and this is Crash Course U.S. History! No, Stan. That’s not gonna work, actually. I mean, we’re talking about the 16th century today, when this was neither united nor states. By the way, this globe reflects the fact that I believe that Alaskan statehood is illegitimate! In fact, we’re going to […]

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Things Fall Apart, Part 2: Crash Course Literature 209

Things Fall Apart, Part 2: Crash Course Literature 209

Hi I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and today we continue our discussion of Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart. Mr. Green, Mr. Green! I can’t even believe we’re spending two weeks on this book. Like, it’s about as long as a Babysitter’s Club book. Okay, couple things, Me From the Past. First off, […]

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History of the European Union

History of the European Union

The EU, or European Union, is currently an economic-political union of 28 member states. Initially it came about as a way to bring together a collection of nations that had, on and off for centuries, been at war. Germany and France entered a series of negotiations following the Second World War to ensure that the […]

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