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This clever animated short—viewed by more than 1.85 million people on YouTube—lays out Sir Ken Robinson’s view of contemporary public education and how it needs to be reformed.

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The latest in a series of cloud-based Pedagogy 2.0 tools for creating and uploading educational videos is the YouTube Video Editor. Check out this short video and learn why this new application constitutes an important release, what it comprises and how you use it.

 

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I don’t do social networks. I just don’t. You can take your Facebook, your LinkedIn, your Bebo, Blogster, Classmates.com, Delicious, Foursquare, Meetup.com, MySpace, Ning, Twitter, your Zoopa and the rest and, well, share them with your friends.

Pedagogy 2.0If Homo sapiens are learning animals, shouldn't higher education be the most human of all professions? Pedagogy 2.0 considers the evolving discipline of education, how technology informs it, and how these changes in turn inform our view of who we are as a species.

 

Has Apple hit a home run or committed a hit-and-run with the release of its redesigned and highly anticipated iPhone 4? Now that the Wall Street Journal, Consumer Reports and other publications have given the product a thumbs-down, the controversy brewing about the iPhone 4's dropped calls, dropped bars and Apple's dropped ball continues.

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