Data Wise: A Collaborative Process to Improve Learning & Teaching | HarvardX on edX | About Video

KATHRYN BOUDETT: There’s so much going on in schools, so many different ways in which we want to improve student learning that it’s really important to focus your efforts. The Data Wise Project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education is dedicated to supporting educators in using the process and cultivating the habits of mind…

2018 Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation Scholarship finalists

(Various voices) My vision for Sydney Thanks to rapid technological innovation like large scale 3D printing, Sydney can unlearn urbanism. By pairing this with generative design, which uses algorithms to create thousands of potential prototypes, we can push the limits of human imagination and redefine what to expect from our city. Sydney’s residents will become…

Overcoming Bad Inner Voices

Overcoming bad inner voices We don’t often think about it, and may never discuss it with others at all, but pretty much everyone has voices in their heads. A murmuring stream of thoughts that run along inside our minds most of the time. Sometimes, the inner voice is encouraging, calling for you to run those…

Golden age of Islam | World History | Khan Academy

– [Instructor] In other videos we talk about the rapid spread of Islam, and one of the interesting things about these early Islamic empires is they preserved much of what they inherited from the Byzantine and the Persian empires. The infrastructure including the roads, the bureaucracy. A lot of the culture. And they also began…

The Power of Relationships in Schools

>>Teacher: You had so much to offer yesterday. You okay?>>Aiden: I’m tired.>>Teacher: So what’s going on?>>Dr Darling-Hammond: Strong relationships are central to the learning process.>>Dr Darling-Hammond: What the science of learning and development tells us is that we need to create learning environments, which allow for strong, long-term relationships for children to become attached to…