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Lion with articulated head, 1 minute in a museum - Extracted of 1 minute in a museum, Islamic Arts. 3 kids, 1 minute, 60 works of art to discover in this sassy series where our characters never mince their words! #art #children #learning

   

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Bodies of Knowledge | Our bodies are incredibly complex machines. Every second of every day we are powered by beating hearts, and carried around by intricate skeletons. Pipes, organs, hormones and brain cells keep us eating, breathing, growing and thinking. And yet few of us ever get to see the amazing mechanisms hidden beneath our own skin. #knowledge #education #learning

   

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Medieval astrology | Ideas of astrology in medieval Europe were a long way from today's star sign horoscopes. Although some medieval astrologers were thought to be magicians, many were highly respected scholars. Astrologers believed that the movements of the stars influenced numerous things on earth, from the weather and the growth of crops to the personalities of new born babies and the inner workings of the human body. #education #knowledge #learning

   

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Vitruvius's theories of beauty | Is it possible to identify a universal sense of beauty - a definition of beauty that can be applied to all people at all times? Don't our ideas of beauty shift and fight and transform themselves in different times and spaces? #knowledge #education #learning

   

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Vesalius's Renaissance anatomy lessons | Andreas Vesalius (1514-64) is one of the most important figures in the history of anatomy. He was the author of De Humani Corpis Fabrica (On the Fabric of the Human Body), a beautiful and revolutionary Renaissance study of human body. Born in Brussels, Vesalius was educated as a physician, and eventually became a teacher of surgery and anatomy. #learning #knowledge #education

   

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How Computerized Tutors Are Learning to Teach Humans | Neil Heffernan was listening to his fiancée, Cristina Lindquist, tutor one of her students in mathematics when he had an idea. Heffernan was a graduate student in computer science, and by this point — the summer of 1997 — he had been working for two years with researchers at Carnegie Mellon University on developing computer software to help students improve their skills. #education #nytimes #learning

   

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Kalamazoo, Mich., the City That Pays for College | Wings Stadium, a dim, beery sports barn in Kalamazoo, Mich., is an appropriate home for the K-Wings minor-league hockey team and the Killamazoo Derby Darlins. Yet every year, in June, the site hosts a spectacle more uplifting than a season of flip checks. This is when it is the setting for the graduations of the city’s two main high schools. #education #learning

   

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The New Community College, CUNY’s Multimillion-Dollar Experiment in Education - THERE are too many worms. In a mid-Manhattan classroom, 20 applicants write their thoughts about going to community college on paper cutouts and stick them to a poster of a tree — multicolored, tapered leaves for hopes, square bits of trunk for strengths, squiggly worms for fears. The worms dominate. #education #learning

   

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12 Ways to Use The Learning Network Blog This School Year - Happy academic year 2012-13! Here’s what we’ve got on our blog and how you can use it, whether you’re a teacher, a student (of any age) or a parent. Next month, thanks to you, our blog celebrates its third birthday. We constantly refine our offerings based on reader feedback, so don’t be shy: join the conversation by commenting on any of our posts at any time. #education #learning

   

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Teaching for Tomorrow: Flipped Learning - How students are learning is changing, just ask Aaron Sams, a Flipped Learning Pioneer. In #FlippedLearning, students watch podcasts of their teacher's lectures on their own time and then spend their time in the classroom applying what they learned at home. This allows students to learn at their own pace with the ability to pause, rewind, or watch the lecture and instructions as many times as they want. #education #learning

   

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Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action | Simon Sinek presents a simple but powerful model for how leaders inspire action, starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?" His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers -- and as a counterpoint Tivo, which (until a recent court victory that tripled its stock price) appeared to be struggling. #TED #Talks #Inspiration #Education #Learning

   

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