Design Thinking Business Forum | Swinburne Professional

Withthe work that we’ve undertaken at Swinburne Professional, we’ve found that really, there is no organisation that we’re working with currently that is not feeling the effects of digital transformation in someway or another. It would be really interesting too talking to some of you today about how innovation and creating a culture of adaptability flexibility and agility is a part of so many of the strategic plans. so now look at your notes, hope you made some. to see

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Teaching art or teaching to think like an artist? | Cindy Foley | TEDxColumbus

Translator: Jihan Chara Reviewer: Denise RQ We are going to get started with some kindergarten image-word match. I would like each of you to determine what is the word that matches the image in number seven. Starting to come up with some ideas? Good. Get them in your head because I want to share with you what my daughter Adeline chose. (Laughter) Adeline chose ‘art,’ and as her parent, I thought that was awesome, but this is an incorrect answer

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Shapes Train Song | Plus Lots More Nursery Rhymes! | 64 Minutes Compilation from LittleBabyBum!

(active music) ♫ Circle ♫ Square ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond ♫ Hexagon ♫ Pentagon (active music) ♫ Circle ♫ Square ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond ♫ Hexagon ♫ Pentagon (active music) (active music) ♫ I’m going on a plane ♫ I think I’ll try to find a rainbow so bright ♫ I’m going on a plane ♫ To touch the clouds so big, so fluffy

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Design Studio – Video Spotlight #1, Robotic Telepresence

This course is somewhat unusual in the sense that when I’ve taught it before, the mix of students was about half the number students on campus and half the number of students online. This class actually has 12 online students and one physically present student. And of course, in this seminar, we also are trying out a lot different technologies. When we think about online classes, traditional video conferencing technologies are commonly used. When you are using videoconferencing, it’s very

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Why Arts Graduates Are Under-Employed

Arts graduates across the developed world, often complain bitterly about the difficulties they face finding good employment. They spent long and costly years studying such subjects as history, art, philosophy, poetry and drama, then they reach the jobs market and discover that no one has any use for their distinctive skills and interests. If they’re extremely lucky they may find some kind of job but it will almost certainly have no connection with what they’ve studied or pay very much.

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Advanced CPU Designs: Crash Course Computer Science #9

Hi, I’m Carrie Anne and welcome to CrashCourse Computer Science! As we’ve discussed throughout the series, computers have come a long way from mechanical devices capable of maybe one calculation per second, to CPUs running at kilohertz and megahertz speeds. The device you’re watching this video on right now is almost certainly running at Gigahertz speeds – that’s billions of instructions executed every second. Which, trust me, is a lot of computation! In the early days of electronic computing, processors

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Teacher pay: Sketching a win-win solution | IN 60 SECONDS

Amid this spring’s teacher walkouts, the outlines of a sensible deal on teacher pay seem pretty clear. First, there’s a need for additional taxpayer support. Terrific teachers are woefully underpaid and, in many states, average pay should be substantially higher. Second, an across the board increase isn’t the whole answer. Some lousy teachers are currently overpaid, even as exceptional teachers are wildly underpaid. Current pay scales simply don’t create room to use or appropriately compensate teachers who are doing great

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