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63 (and growing) Favorite Motivational and Funny Educational Videos for Professional Development (Updated 8/16/12) | MyWeb4Ed

63 (and growing) Favorite Motivational and Funny Educational Videos for Professional Development (Updated 8/16/12) | MyWeb4Ed | MyWeb4Ed | Scoop.it

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Ode to a Post-it Note

Enjoy this award winning short about a Post-it Note searching for his father.    Great for professional development.  For more professional development videos, check out this webmix at http://www.symbaloo.com/mix/motivationalvideos.

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Post-it Notes - Colour that Makes You Smile

"The Mission: Add a little colour to make you smile...Mission Accomplished! We've got a colour collection to match your style."

 

Once again, adding fun makes all the difference!  How can you bring about smiles like this on your students' faces??

 

Find this video and many more on the MyWeb4Ed Professional Development  Webmix with over 60 great PD videos at http://www.symbaloo.com/mix/motivationalvideos.

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Manuel De Los Santos

"Manuel de los Santos is one of sport's most inspirational figures. Growing up in the Dominican Republic, he played baseball from a young age and by 2003 was planning to turn professional. But a motorcycle accident changed his life forever when he lost his left leg above the knee.

Following this accident, he moved to France and on seeing the film, 'The Legend of Bagger Vance', he was inspired to take up golf. Now 26 years old, Manuel lives in Paris and plays to a handicap of just three, competing in high profile tournaments all around the world. His extraordinary golf swing has become instantly recognisable.

Peter Montgomery read about Manuel at the end of 2009 and had the idea of making a film about him. This short documentary portrait is the result."

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