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Do you know Van Gogh's Art Works?

 

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Do you know Van Gogh's Art Works?

 

What is this? - Name what you see in the images - Flashcards

 

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What is this? - Name what you see in the images - Flashcards

 

Using Computers to Make Art

 

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Using Computers to Make Art

 

Urban Art in Action

 

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Urban Art in Action

 

Types of Art - Images

 

 

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Types of Art - Images

 

 

The Western World as Art

 

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The Western World as Art

 

How to Design a Film Poster

 

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How to Design a Film Poster

 

Greek and Art Words

 

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Greek and Art Words

 

Rome and Art Words

 

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Rome and Art Words

 

Try the Interactive lesson on Colors and Moods for Kids. Click on the blue buttons to preview each of the vocabulary words. Then, click the arrow at the bottom to learn more.

 

 

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Try the Interactive lesson on Colors and Moods for Kids. Click on the blue buttons to preview each of the vocabulary words. Then, click the arrow at the bottom to learn...

Learn the basics of Sculpture using the Interactive Flashcards below. Flashcards use the spaced repetition method of learning which has been found to exponentially increase retention. Try the lesson below.

 

 

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Learn the basics of Sculpture using the Interactive Flashcards below. Flashcards use the spaced repetition method of learning which has been found to exponentially increase...

Europe has produced many notable artists. Below is a brief course on the history of European art.

 

 

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Europe has produced many notable artists. Below is a brief course on the history of European art.

 

 

Art as a communication form has been with us, the human for a very long time. It has a rich history like no other subject. Below is a brief interactive history of art.
 

 

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Art as a communication form has been with us, the human for a very long time. It has a rich history like no other subject. Below is a brief interactive history of...

DaVinci Institute for Technology Management Guest speaker - Edzai Conilias Zvobwo - Mathematician, Author, Researcher and Speaker

Topic: "Why the fuss about Maths?"

https://youtu.be/q-WgRrZiN_0

 

The Da Vinci Institute was founded at the behest of the honourable Nelson Mandela, connected to Madiba’s dream of widening access to education and his vision that “Education is the most powerful weapon, which you can use to change the world.”

To this end, The Institute was conceptualised in 2004 with the vision of offering education solutions focusing on the management of technology and innovation. The vision was to educate future leaders who would emulate the teachings of Nelson Mandela and Leonardo Da Vinci.

The Institute’s guiding principles are a co-creation of some of the broad principles often associated with the visionary leadership of Leonardo Da Vinci and Nelson Mandela, reconceptualised to represent the lived principles of The Institute.

https://www.davinci.ac.za/about-us/
posted Jan 31 in Art by MathsGee Diamond (62,606 points) | 319 views
DaVinci Institute for Technology Management Guest speaker - Edzai Conilias Zvobwo - Mathematician, Author, Researcher and Speaker

Topic: "Why the fuss about...

Reaching for your dream -  is a motivational speech by the world-renowned speaker, Les Brown. According to Wikipedia, 

Leslie Calvin "LesBrown (born February 17, 1945) is an American motivational speaker, author, former radio DJ, and former television host. He was a member of the Ohio House of Representatives from 1976 to 1981.[1]

As a motivational speaker, he uses the catch phrase "it's possible!" to encourage people to follow their dreams.[2] He was the host of The Les Brown Show in 1993.

https://youtu.be/h0HhD2YB7ng

 

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Reaching for your dream -  is a motivational speech by the world-renowned speaker, Les Brown. According to Wikipedia, 

Leslie...

Every child in the world has to know that despite their circumstances, it is possible to have a brighter future. The musician Nas belted the song, "I know I can Be", one of the best motivational videos of all time.

https://youtu.be/2bRm2zax7Kg
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Every child in the world has to know that despite their circumstances, it is possible to have a brighter future. The musician Nas belted the song, "I know I can Be", one of...
Edzai Conilias Zvobwo is a motivational speaker and Chief Genius at MathsGenius Leadership Institute (MGLI). This lesson is on the myths and truths around the relationship between personality and math ability.

https://youtu.be/TCd9A7KShcw
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Edzai Conilias Zvobwo is a motivational speaker and Chief Genius at MathsGenius Leadership Institute (MGLI). This lesson is on the myths and truths around the relationship between...

Schools and universities have closed in massive numbers around the world because of Covid-19. UNESCO is calling on students, teachers and parents to share their stories on their social media accounts about how they are coping and continuing to learn. They will inspire others and give all of us hope. Share your video on your social media account with the hashtag #LearningNeverStops and tag @UNESCO.

https://youtu.be/CBbm8stUeLk

 

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Schools and universities have closed in massive numbers around the world because of Covid-19. UNESCO is calling on students, teachers and parents to share their stories on their...

The ICT Development Index (IDI), which has been published annually since 2009, is a composite index that combines 11 indicators into one benchmark measure. It is used to monitor and compare developments in information and communication technology (ICT) between countries and over time.

The main objectives of the IDI are to measure:

  • the level and evolution over time of ICT developments within countries and the experience of those countries relative to others;
  • progress in ICT development in both developed and developing countries;
  • the digital divide, i.e. differences between countries in terms of their levels of ICT development; and
  • the development potential of ICTs and the extent to which countries can make use of them to enhance growth and development in the context of available capabilities and skills.

The Index is designed to be global and reflect changes taking place in countries at different levels of ICT development. It therefore relies on a limited set of data which can be established with reasonable confidence in countries at all levels of development.

Recognizing that ICTs can be development enablers is central to the IDI’s conceptual framework. The ICT development process, and a country’s evolution towards becoming an information society, can be depicted using the three-stage model illustrated in Figure 1:

  • Stage 1: ICT readiness – reflecting the level of networked infrastructure and access to ICTs;
  • Stage 2: ICT intensity – reflecting the level of use of ICTs in the society; and
  • Stage 3: ICT impact – reflecting the results/outcomes of more efficient and effective ICT use.

Figure 1: Three stages in the evolution towards an information society

 

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The ICT Development Index (IDI), which has been published annually since 2009, is a composite index that combines 11 indicators into one benchmark measure. It is used to monitor...

Schools were created to prepare learners for the world. The preparation is not confined to their intellectual development but a more holistic approach is taken thus an emphasis on physical education. Physical education contributes to total growth and development in youth.

Physical education is the part of education that involves physical movement whether it's through soccer, rugby, hockey, basketball or any other sport.

It is paramount that learners nourish their bodies to enable optimal performance in their academics and also expose them to possible career paths as professional sports people.

Health benefits from regular exercise include stronger muscles and bones, increased coordination and energy, and decreased risk of developing chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes. For most kids, exercise means being physically active during play, recess, and physical education class contributes to each child's total growth and development.
posted Jan 31 in Art by MathsGee Diamond (62,606 points) | 9 views
Schools were created to prepare learners for the world. The preparation is not confined to their intellectual development but a more holistic approach is taken thus an emphasis on...
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