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Video Watch
Welcome to Video Watch, our look at instructional and educationally-focused videos that we think will interest you. Just click and watch!

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Video of the Week
The TimeMap of World History  
Explore world history with The TimeMap of World History (timemaps.com/home/time-map). Starting at 3,500 BC, this site cleverly combines maps, timelines and chronological narratives to provide a visual guide to each civilisation and nation in history.
Added: 27/04/2012
3D Printing  
From printing kidneys (http://youtu.be/9RMx31GnNXY) to “printing” houses (http://youtu.be/TyOgDlUWfFE) using similar technology but different materials.
Posted: 24/06/2011
 
Google Oceans  
Videos explaining the service are available to watch on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0td79QuxpA and http://
Posted: 24/06/2011
 
Google Oceans  
Videos explaining the service are available to watch on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0td79QuxpA and http://
Posted: 24/06/2011
 
 
Search by Image  
Now you can use an image instead of words to start your Google search.
Posted: 24/06/2011
 
About Microsoft Partners in Learning  
The Microsoft Partners in Learning provides innovative ideas and affordable professional development for teachers. There are currently 4,066,946 educators in 2,076 communities across 107 countries taking part.
Posted: 24/06/2011
 
10,000 hour rule  
Malcolm Gladwell interview on Outliers It takes 10,000 hours to get good at something.
Posted: 23/06/2011
 
Why Two Minds Think Faster Than One  
If you’re working on the subject of teamwork and collaboration, then this video on husband-and-wife designers could be worth showing. The pair talks about what makes for a great partner and the advantages of teaming up, such as faster thinking, productive friction, and more creative firepower.
Posted: 19/05/2011
 
Gateshead Granny Cloud  
Find out how hundreds of grannies in Newcastle, UK, go online to help children in India with their education, based on the grandmother method – namely, stand behind, admire, act fascinated, and praise. The project is the brainchild of Sugata Mitra, professor of educational technology at Newcastle University.
Posted: 19/05/2011
 
Google adds Quora to real-time results  
Google Realtime Search could become even more relevant. It previously relied on a deal with Twitter, then added Facebook and Buzz, and now company’s announced it’s also including results from services like Quora and Gowalla.
Posted: 19/05/2011