Mr. DeMaio A fun filled science lesson for kids all about earthquakes. Learn what causes an earthquake as well as a bunch of helpful information about them. Safe for children and a lot of laughs! Please consider contributing to my Patreon. Patreon: Song at the end remixed by: Joe DizzaCheck out Joe's SoundCloud at MR. MR. Written by Michael DeMaioEdited by Michael DeMaioFilmed by Aaron Santoro & Dennis DuartePuppetry by Dennis Duarte Show less Navigating Responsibly - Shipowners Danish shipowners’ solutions to environmental and climate challenges Around percent of world trade is carried by sea Almost everything that surrounds us has been on board a ship. Shipping distance for a banana km CO2 emissions per banana 22g Transportation cost 4 US Cents Shipping distance for a tablet CO2 emissions per tablet 55g 5 US Cents Shipping distance for grain CO2 emissions per kg. grain 21g Fuel cost 0,11 US Cent per kg Shipping distance for diesel CO2 emissions per liter diesel 24g 0,14 US Cent per liter International shipping far the most energy efficient mode transport Yet, this does not exempt the sector from addressing its CO2 footprint as transporting most of the world’s goods by sea also impacts the environment and the climate. The most climate friendly mode of global transportation Shipping transportation especially over long distances accounts for total global emissions More activity but lower emissions An increase in world trade does not automatically lead to a similar increase in CO2 emissions from merchant vessels. a
How One School Creatively Boosted Student Achievement Mr. DeMaio and other teachers star in a video about times tables. It’s not only at Halloween time that the Memorial School students in Union Beach, New Jersey, see their teachers in costumes. This faculty gets dressed up year-round to perform in instructional videos for kids to access online. Elementary teacher Mike DeMaio leads the team of educators to produce customized videos to help children learn concepts in math, science, and social studies. Mr. An animated mountain range from DeMaio’s video “Learning About Landforms” In the debut video “Learning About Landforms,” DeMaio created an animated version of himself that “talked” to different landforms about their features. Soon after his initial success with the videos, Union Beach was devastated by Superstorm Sandy. He rewrote the lyrics to popular songs and sang about multiplication tables. The videos that Mr. Virtual Mr. Mr.
Create responsive forms and tables Some years ago we started a small web agency called Bearded. In 2010 responsive web design completely changed how we work. Ethan Marcotte's simple yet groundbreaking approach pointed the way towards a web that embraces the constantly expanding world of mobile devices, ensures content parity, and takes progressive enhancement to its next logical step. Responsive web design directly responded to the problems many of us had already felt in web design: it had become too brittle, too precious and too pixel-specific. Now it's 2015: about five years after RWD started being practiced commercially. Not surprisingly, the hardest parts of RWD are things that have always been kind of a pain: tables and forms. Tables The first rule of tables? So before you start adding table tags to your markup, stop and ask yourself: is this tabular data? Things that are not tables If the data has significant value unto itself, maybe it doesn't need to be a table. Things that appear to be tables Forms Layout Validation
How Seesaw accidentally became a teacher’s pet at 1/4 of US schools | TechCrunch It began as just another photo sharing startup founded by a Facebook exec. It ended up in 200,000 classrooms from kindergarten to 12th grade in 25,000 schools across 100 countries. All because of one truism: When a student’s audience is the world, they want their work to be good. When their audience is only their teacher, they just want it to be good enough. Seesaw’s educational app lets students save and share their assignments with their teachers, parents, and fellow classmates. They just snap a photo or video, draw, or write. But rather than just the finished product, students can add audio narration or doodled annotation to show how they got there. Seesaw sounds simple but solves some major problems. Instead of banning personal technology in the classroom, Seesaw lets teachers embrace it. From Social App To School Tool Seesaw founder Carl Sjogreen Carl Sjogreen started teaching coding at a summer camp while he was still in middle school. But Shadow Puppet flopped. The Modern Show & Tell
MiniDOOM – a tiny game! – Calavera Studio MiniDOOM is very short parody game based on the classic game DOOM 1. We created it as part of a game programing course we gave over here to show how to make a simple platformer on GameMaker Studio. You can play MiniDOOM below, over at newgrounds of you can download it a bit further on this page! Enjoy! Launch trailer Monsters and items And here are some of the sprites used in the game: Screencaps: Credits: Game engine and development by: Felipe Porcel Graphics and animation: Juan Carlos Porcel Music: The Dark Side of Phobos and Doom II: Delta-Q-Delta. DooM © by id Software. Twelve Things You Were Not Taught in School About Creative Thinking 2382 516Share Synopsis Aspects of creative thinking that are not usually taught. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. And, finally, Creativity is paradoxical. Tags: adversity, contemporaries, creative education, creative geniuses, creative life, creative thinker, creative thinking, education, lighting systems, masterpieces, minor poets, motions, picasso, practicality, profitability, rembrandt, self-help, shakespeare, sonnets, special person, symphonies, thomas edison, wolfgang amadeus mozart
Recursos y aplicaciones para crear mapas, infografías y gráficos interactivos Última actualización Julio 2015: Revisados enlaces Tras revisar el post 10 consejos para hacer infografías con el que el bueno de Chiqui Estaban colaboró con este rinconcito, me anoté el compartir algunas de las herramientas y recursos que conozco o que he revisado mínimamente y que pueden ayudarnos enormemente en la elaboración de documentación e infografías. Herramientas que sirven para facilitar la creación de mapas y gráficos interactivos. Y es que está muy bien eso de hacerse tablas y gráficos en Illustrator [en] pero quizá estemos buscando algo diferente y que nos permita desarrollar gráficos quizá más complejos o con cierto grado de interactividad (¡sin necesidad de montarse una locura como la increíble APRILZERO [en]!) Veréis que hay un buen puñado de opciones, algunas más compejas que otras, que se solapan en lo que a funcionalidad se refiere. Si buscamos algo más sencillo, Raw sería el siguiente servicio a mencionar.