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The world is filled with concerns of people and the resiliency of people. Because there are so many, we may not consider their import or impact. But @hughtheteacher has shared the videos of such issues and people which his students found significant. Are they still issues? Do you understand the people’s struggle and survival? What else could you do? Read this blog and consider your own questions, and perhaps find an answer.

Today is a Great Day for Learning

Below are some of the most memorable videos we watched in our classroom this year. Each of these videos sparked spontaneous, thoughtful, and important discussions on a variety of topics. Some videos were discovered by students, some by Ms. Nordio (@msnordio) the Education Assistant in our class, some by me, and many were shared by my amazing PLN on Twitter and Facebook. Enjoy!

8. Kony 2012

Watch KONY 2012 Part II: Beyond Famous:

To see real time reports on LRA activity in the D.R.Congo, Central African Republic and South Sudan visit:

To learn more about Invisible Children’s recovery efforts in the post-conflict regions of northern Uganda AND our work with communities currently affected in D.R.Congo, Central African Republic and South Sudan visit:

To view our response to common critiques to the KONY 2012 film and campaign visit:

To see our worldwide youth mobilization…

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Sheri Edwards View All

Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker

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