Can a bunch of school kids really change the world in five minutes a day? This class of primary school kids demonstrate over the course of a week that it only takes five minutes a day to make a positive impact—from recycling to planting fruit and veg and telling jokes. This film was made for Film Australia’s Change the World in 5 Minutes project.
Lionhead introduces us to their Project Natal-enabled interactive character named Milo. This step in video gaming is taking us to a whole other dimension and world. You have to watch to understand!
Full animation developed in NiCEltd Design Agency
A quick and plain English intro the micro-blogging service Twitter
The i2s Copibook book scanner supplied in the US and UK by IImage Retrieval.
More details at imageretrieval.co.uk
Do not go quietly into your classroom. David Truss’s personal journey from a typically networked teacher of the past to a globally connected teacher that uses technology to empower student learning.
EVOKE is a ten-week crash course in changing the world. It is free to play and open to anyone, anywhere. The goal of the social network game is to help empower young people all over the world, and especially young people in Africa, to come up with creative solutions to our most urgent social problems. The game began on March 3, 2010. Players can join the game at any time.
Find out more and join here