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Learn Colors, ABCs and 123 Songs + More Educational Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs - CoComelon

Learn the alphabet, numbers, and colors with CoComelon! In this educational nursery rhyme compilation, you will find some of the most popular CoComelon songs, such as 'The Colors Song', 'ABC Song', 'Shape Song' and more!

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A new compilation video, including one of our most popular songs, 'The Colors Song (with Popsicles)'.

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4:40 Jello Color Song
8:14 The Car Color Song
12:31 ABC Song with Balloons
15:40 Numbers Song with Little Chicks
18:32 Counting Apples
21:27 ABC Phonics Song
25:10 Bingo
27:54 Shape Song
32:06 The Teacher Song
35:08 The ABC Song
38:39 Five Senses Song
41:35 ABC Song with Building Blocks
44:28 Reading Song
46:38 Ten Little Dinos
50:27 Head Shoulders Knees and Toes
52:35 Tie Your Shoes Song
55:54 Construction Vehicles Song
59:38 Wait Your Turn
01:02:44 Thank You Song (School Version)

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The problem of education inequality | CNBC Reports

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted education inequality affecting both poor and rich nations across the world. CNBC’s Tom Chitty goes to find out the best ways of tackling what many believe is at the root of all inequality.
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Education In Society: Crash Course Sociology #40

Today we’ll explore the history of education as a social institution, with a specific focus on how the US organizes its educational system. We’ll look at education through the lenses of some sociological paradigms: structural functionalist approaches (including some of the manifest and latent functions associated with education), and a symbolic interactionist approach to education that shows us how self-fulfilling prophecies in educational settings contribute to differences in academic outcomes for students.

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US Census, Educational Attainment in the United States: 2015
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The Biggest Myth In Education

You are not a visual learner — learning styles are a stubborn myth. Part of this video is sponsored by Google Search.

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Pashler, H., McDaniel, M., Rohrer, D., & Bjork, R. (2008). Learning styles: Concepts and evidence. Psychological science in the public interest, 9(3), 105-119. —

Willingham, D. T., Hughes, E. M., & Dobolyi, D. G. (2015). The scientific status of learning styles theories. Teaching of Psychology, 42(3), 266-271. —

Massa, L. J., & Mayer, R. E. (2006). Testing the ATI hypothesis: Should multimedia instruction accommodate verbalizer-visualizer cognitive style?. Learning and Individual Differences, 16(4), 321-335. —

Riener, C., & Willingham, D. (2010). The myth of learning styles. Change: The magazine of higher learning, 42(5), 32-35.—

Husmann, P. R., & O'Loughlin, V. D. (2019). Another nail in the coffin for learning styles? Disparities among undergraduate anatomy students’ study strategies, class performance, and reported VARK learning styles. Anatomical sciences education, 12(1), 6-19. —

Snider, V. E., & Roehl, R. (2007). Teachers’ beliefs about pedagogy and related issues. Psychology in the Schools, 44, 873–886. doi:10.1002/pits.20272 —

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Let's Talk About Education | Jayne Ellspermann | TEDxOcala

Our democracy and economy depend on the strength of our education system.  We must ensure that our public schools have the resources needed to make public schools, schools of choice.   Jayne Ellspermann has focused her career in education on helping others exceed their own perceived potential. Her innovative practices and resulting successes earned her both state and national recognition and in 2015 she was named National Principal of the Year by NASSP. She works with schools and school districts throughout the country to create positive learning environments, push past barriers, and empower learners by focusing on leadership development for students, teachers, and administrators. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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Only on “CBS Mornings,” Education Secretary Miguel Cardona discusses the Biden administration's plan to increase access to testing in schools. The administration will send 10 million more COVID-19 tests to public schools nationwide every month.

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The Power of Gamification in Education | Scott Hebert | TEDxUAlberta

Scott Hebert is a teacher in Fort Saskatchewan, Canada. In this talk he addresses why the modern education system is experiencing an engagement crisis, and how we can solve it through a new approach in teaching. #GameMyClass Scott Hebert is a local middle school teacher, author, former TEDx speaker and educational innovator from Fort Saskatchewan where he teaches at Our Lady of the Angels Catholic School. He has been on a crusade since beginning his career in 2009 to rid the stereotypes and archaic expectations of school. In 2013, he was awarded the Alberta Excellence in Teaching Award for his efforts in elementary physical education. He then moved into middle school sciences. After a year of planning, in 2015, Scott unveiled his latest effort to connect students to their education using the upcoming teaching methodology of gamification. Subsequently, his program was named the Best Gamified Project in Education globally in 2015 by the World Gamification Congress. His class has gained local, provincial, and international attention for its unique approach to answering the engagement crisis many of today's student face. Scott's speaking style uses humour, honesty and personal experience to connect with his audience. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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The Importance Of Education - What's The Real Purpose Of Education?

The importance of education is far beyond any simplistic explanation.

What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about education? Is it schools? Family education? Universities?... What is it? Take your time and really contemplate upon this idea.
Most people assume that a good education means to get good grades and to be well-behaved, but that is a BIG mistake, because it is only partial correct. If you see things that way, you just limit yourself. Your education doesn't have to stop right after you graduate. You must continue educating yourself up until the moment you die, because education is a never-ending process. Continuing education is definitely the key element most people don't even take into consideration, and that is what will limit yourself.

The importance of education is something that our society hasn't really grasped its significance yet. The culture you live in, the environment, the people you interact with - all of these factors have a massive impact upon the way you perceive things, in this case, the importance of education.

So, why is education important, and what is its real purpose?
The real purpose of education is to evolve yourself. Education is meant to help you reach a higher state of being, which is far beyond finishing your higher education, or earning any sort of degrees.
Education is a journey, a journey that should get you to the highest stages of human development. But, to make things easier to understand, let's link this hypothesis to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, which is a theory in psychology proposed by Abraham Maslow in his 1943 paper A Theory of Human Motivation in Psychological Review. This theory represents human psychological development according to their needs. The hierarchy has 6 tiers. Maslow used the terms physiological (the lowest), safety, belonging and love, social needs or esteem, self-actualization, and self-transcendence (the highest) to describe the pattern through which human's development move - THE REAL PURPOSE OF EDUCATION is to help you get through these stages.

This kind of information is a rare gem, as almost nobody talks about these things, and so, there is a tendency to over simplify the things that really matter.
Because now you know how important the education is, you must start taking action by continuing educating yourself.

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RSA ANIMATE: Changing Education Paradigms

This RSA Animate was adapted from a talk given at the RSA by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's Benjamin Franklin award.

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Covid Cases Cause Teacher Shortage Putting Strain On U.S. Education System

As Covid-19 cases surge around the U.S. schools are feeling the impact with teachers calling out sick and not enough substitutes to fill in. NBC News’ Zinhle Essamuah reports. 

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How to escape education's death valley | Sir Ken Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson outlines 3 principles crucial for the human mind to flourish -- and how current education culture works against them. In a funny, stirring talk he tells us how to get out of the educational death valley we now face, and how to nurture our youngest generations with a climate of possibility.

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Why e-learning is killing education | Aaron Barth | TEDxKitchenerED

Education at scale doesn’t have to suck. If you ditch conventional e-learning's clicky gimmicks, and focus instead on science-backed design principles and powerful human stories, your training will shift from tedious to transformative.

Dr. Aaron Barth, thought-leader and president of Dialectic, gives progressive leaders the confidence they need to tackle their hardest people problems using scientific methods. Rooted in education, Dr. Barth founded Dialectic after completing his Ph.D. in Philosophy at Western University, keen on fusing theory with application.

Dialectic uses the power of science to accelerate employee learning, transform organizations, improve employee and customer engagement and mitigate unconscious bias. Dr. Barth and his team of gifted scientists and designers have implemented interactive learning experiences for 50+ Canadian companies, uncovering workplace barriers and mobilizing impactful strategies. They work in two areas: workplace culture and learning and development. For both, their goal is to help their clients create behaviour change at scale. Dr. Aaron Barth, thought-leader and president of Dialectic, gives progressive leaders the confidence they need to tackle their hardest people problems using scientific methods. Rooted in education, Dr. Barth founded Dialectic after completing his Ph.D. in Philosophy at Western University, keen on fusing theory with application.

Dialectic uses the power of science to accelerate employee learning, transform organizations, improve employee and customer engagement and mitigate unconscious bias. Dr. Barth and his team of gifted scientists and designers have implemented interactive learning experiences for 50+ Canadian companies, uncovering workplace barriers and mobilizing impactful strategies. They work in two areas: workplace culture and learning and development. For both, their goal is to help their clients create behaviour change at scale. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

Why Sex Education Is So Bad In The U.S.

The majority of U.S. students report they've had sex before graduation, which means the type of sex education they receive can be a big deal, for themselves personally and for the economy. The federal government doesn't have any official regulations for what schools must include in sex education curriculum, which has lead to inconsistent lessons across the country. Watch the video above to learn why sex education is so crucial for the economy and what happens when some students are left behind.

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1:35 - Sex education policies
5:57 - Economic impact
9:33 - Funding
12:00 - Future of sex education

The majority of U.S. students report they’ve had sex before graduation, which means the type of sex education they receive can be a big deal, for themselves personally and for the economy.

″[There’s an] absurd and huge burden we put on sex ed that we don’t put on other subjects,” said Jonathan Zimmerman, author of the book Too Hot to Handle: A Global History of Sex Education and a professor at the University of Pennsylvania. “The algebra teacher is enjoined to teach them more algebra. Only in sex ed is the sex ed teacher enjoined to actually change how the kids behave out of school. And this may be an impossible burden.”

Direct medical costs of unintended pregnancy in the United States totaled at least $5.5 billion in 2018, a rise from the 2011 estimate of $4.6 billion. Additionally, teenagers who unintentionally become pregnant tend to receive less education and are less likely to have a spouse with whom they can share the financial support of raising a child. The high cost of teen pregnancy may have even pushed Mississippi into legislating sex education requirements.

There’s been a debate spanning decades about what information to include in the curriculum. Some argue adolescents should have access to comprehensive information around sexual health to make their own decisions, while others feel abstinence should be stressed so as not to encourage teenagers to engage in sexual activity.

A little more than half of states require students to receive some kind of sex education as well as HIV education, according to sex education advocacy group SIECUS. Only 18 states require plans to be medically accurate and 16 states require instruction on contraception.

The federal government doesn’t have any official regulations for what schools must include in sex education curriculum. Instead, the government has enforced de facto policies through funding requirements. Federal funding for abstinence-only education increased in 2016. In 2015, the federal government provided about $55 million. In 2021, that number was up to $110 million.

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Education -Floke Rose (VOY2017 Song Contest Winner)

REAL EDUCATION NOW!

VOY '17 song contest winner Floke Rose calls for changing the Myanmar education system and put focus on creativity, quality and rooting out corruption.

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Inside Singapore’s world-class education system

Dateline travels to Singapore to find out why its education system tops the global leader board. We look at high-stakes testing, and ask if the culture of competition puts too much pressure on kids. Janice Petersen follows some of Australia’s top teachers to Singapore, to find out how its education system, and culture, creates the world’s smartest students.

Elon Musk Wants to Revolutionize Education

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TuTiTu Compilation | Numbers & Letters | Fun Learning Videos for Children

The TuTiTu Compilation series features the beloved TuTiTu episodes, grouped into long-form videos by theme. TuTiTu Toys is a 3D animated video series for toddlers. Colorful shapes and melodic music ensure young viewers will enjoy these educational videos for children 2-3 years old.

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TuTiTu'S Theme Song: Lyrics: Sarit Ido Schechter, Music: Sarit Ido Schechter and Tal Gamliel
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