Anthropology Is Outdated | How To Fix It | Travel and Cultural Understanding in the 21st Century

Anthropology Is Outdated | How To Fix It |  Travel and Cultural Understanding in the 21st Century

All right, this is going to be around the one and hopefully the only around of me trying to produce this content. Uh, so hi, been awhile, like quite some time. Um, I’ve lived a very quiet life on the internet, just lurking. Um, and I haven’t produced really much at all for this YouTube […]

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Olmec and Maya Civilizations

Olmec and Maya Civilizations

(Intro music) After reading the title of this video, some of you may be wondering, who are the Olmecs? Why are they included here? If you’re here for the Maya we’re glad you’re here and we didn’t clickbait you, I promise, but we need to talk about a few other things first. These topics need […]

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Traits of Civilization

[Theme music] Hi everyone, welcome to civilization. Actually, you’ve probably been living in a civilization for your entire life if you’re watching this. So what is it? Why have different peoples formed civilizations? There are traits that all civilizations have. To avoid any confusion, civilization discussed here is different in the modern idea of, “behaving […]

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Why Did Civilizations Expand? | Big History Project

Why Did Civilizations Expand? | Big History Project

NARRATOR: Humans civilizations have been wonderfully diverse with an amazing variety of unique customs, religious practices, social structures and technologies. These differences are fascinating, but Big History teaches us to look at the past differently, to seek out commonalities and identify patterns that unite seemingly unrelated phenomena. Often this produces insights that are even more […]

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Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in the Early Elementary Classroom: A 2nd Grade Example

Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in the Early Elementary Classroom: A 2nd Grade Example

Hi. I’m Jehanne Beaton and I work at the University of Minnesota, and this is a webinar on Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in the elementary classroom. Relationships are key to learning in any classroom. And so, students’ lives are at the center of everything I teach. Culturally Relevant Pedagogy, or CRP, provides students with intellectual challenges, […]

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Crash Course Big History #8: The Modern Revolution

Crash Course Big History #8: The Modern Revolution

Hi, I’m John Green. Welcome to Crash Course Big History. Today we’re going to look at the modern revolution. Mr. Green, Mr. Green! But what does modern even mean? I mean, I know that fax machines and Super Nintendo are modern, but, like, people used to think that toilets that flushed were modern. That’s actually […]

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