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Archive for March, 2010

“Do Re Mi” in the Central Station of Antwerp in Belgium

Watch the faces of the public as as more than 200 dancers perform their version of “Do Re Mi“, in the Central Station of Antwerp in Belgium.  Those 4 fantastic minutes started the 23 of march 2009, 08:00 AM. It was  a promotion stunt for a Belgian television program, where they were looking for someone […]

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Feed Shark Web Site Tools

Ping your blog, feed, or podcast for free using Feed Shark Web site tools

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Aboriginal and Environmental Roundtable

On February 25, 2010 David Spencer brought together educators and aboriginal elders for the second First Nations, Inuit, Métis and Environmental Education Roundtable held at the Peel Aboriginal Network Community Centre in Brampton. See photos and read more here.

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Argument Clinic : Is this the right room for an Argument?

Monty Python was a British comedy group that created the influential Monty Python’s Flying, a British television comedy sketch show that first aired on the BBC on 5 October 1969. Forty-five episodes were made over four series. The television series, broadcast by the BBC from 1969 to 1974, was conceived, written and performed by Graham […]

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David Spencer’s Education Paragon: Connecting Resources with Educators and Students

Since I have posted many of my lessons and projects online for my students since 1996, I thought it would be good to provide a home on the web. Education Paragon is an ongoing web based directory of lesson plans, links and resources that I created to help educators and students. Educators, students and parents […]

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Does Twitter Educate?

Does Twitter educate? I’ll post tweets that are educational and uplifting. How about you?

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Four Yorkshiremen: 3 Different Versions

The “Four Yorkshiremen” sketch is a parody of nostalgic conversations about humble beginnings or difficult childhoods. Four Yorkshiremen reminisce about their upbringing, and as the conversation progresses, they try to outdo one another. Their accounts of deprived childhoods become increasingly absurd. (Wikipedia.org) The first video is the version many are familiar with from Monty Python. […]

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