Educational Technology: Crash Course Computer Science #39 technology education

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Today we’re going to go a little meta and talk about how computer science can support learning with educational technology. We here at Crash Course are big fans of interactive in-class learning and hands-on experiences, but we also believe in the additive power of educational technology inside and outside the classroom from the Internet itself and Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs to AI driven intelligent tutoring systems and virtual reality.

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42 comments

Lucky Legion 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

CAN we get a Math CRASH course series?

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Lucky Legion 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

this series was brilliant thank you Carian 🙏💡 You are a great presenter and an inspiration.

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aloe 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

This is so relavent now!

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Akaisuika 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Rewatching this during this kind of world event adds a little flavor to the context.

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Developer LLL124 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

I order books easier than ever!

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匿名 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

2020

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Marked Ashamed 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

And with that I have to say Mastering (pick one) Engineering/Chemestry/Mathamatics from Pearsons is an example of how to NOT set up your education technology.
One might even suggest it is designed more to sabotage Ed Tech in order to keep textbooks in demand.

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Bruce Lee 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

This sounds bad but I just gotta get it off my chest. Carrie Anne looks like one of the overweight people living in space from wall-e.

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Divyang Vaidya 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Organic Chemistry Tutor.

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Paolo Luckyluke 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

At 7:48 she uses ‘she’ as an impersonal pronoun. Ever since the English language evolved the impersonal pronoun has been ‘he’. As far as I am aware, this is also the case in all other languages. With feminism in the latter half of the last century, the unspontaneous sounding ‘she’ was adopted in academic circles, especially in the humanities. Thus, into a very simple, tiny word that is normally not even a stressed part of the sentence was insinuated an agenda. Whatever the topic, one’s mind had to be drawn to a gender issue. However, language was being made to reflect a welcome change in society, one where men and women should have equal rights and responsibilities. This necessarily involves shedding such former values governing inter-gender relations as ‘sail before steam’ (ladies first), and women taking care of the family, as no longer applicable. It involves sharing 50/50 the cooking and cleaning, the restaurant bills, women inviting out men as well as the reverse, providing equally the necessary finances for supporting the family and having 50/50 custody over children in the case of divorce. With this change, it has been common among male academics to use ‘she’ as an impersonal pronoun. This really does sound contrived, but might be acceptable if women used ’he’: after all, the best relationships are based on putting one’s partner before oneself. However, women, in the legitimate pursuit of such change as allows them to assume an equally active role in society use ‘she’. So perhaps it’s best to regard a word that is less than a four letter word as being as inoffensive as it is short, and those silly male academics who emasculate themselves by remaining stuck to such old world values as ‘ladies first in an age when women want to steam forwards should realise that it is at least as appropriate for men to use ‘he’ as it is for women to use ‘she’.

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Thom 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

The only complaint I have with this entire series is that the tips in this EdTech episode for writing notes and following examples yourself would have been really useful earlier on!

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Richard S. 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Does anyone know of any education software like the one described in this video, that would be online and free?

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ThePhatHalo 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

That's just pretentious. I listen to Despacito to learn Spanish..
Despacito… nanananaaaa na na nana

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MOHD SHAMSUL Haq 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

carrie i have learned a lot from you… just love and thanx. For the wonderfull job you have done.. thank you thank you thanks a lot and lot.
i have watched all videos of yours from abacus till robot… learned every bit from scratch. No doubt is in my mind . You have cleared all my doubt.. .thanx once again. Gain Knowledge . Be happy. God Bless You.

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Amaroq Starwind 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

When I was in high-school, I once wrote a paper about a new way to educate students by turning a curriculum into a sort of Roleplaying/Puzzle/Exploration game in terms of non-linear progression and teaching mechanics, only a bit more abstract. It was heavily inspired by my favorite MMO at the time, EVE Online. Unfortunately, I lost that paper a long time ago.

You should look up the channel Extra Credits, as well as the show Digressing and Sidequesting (which is under the umbrella of The Game Theorists). The former is a channel dealing primarily with the principles of Game Design, but has an episode regarding "Gamifying Education" / "Gamification of Education". The latter, meanwhile, has an episode about Super Metroid, and how it is a shining example of how a well-designed game can effectively teach players through their design, and without using any words.

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Kisuke323 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Thank you for advice! I've been looking for these two week and now, while procrastinating, I finally found them 🙂

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johndoh1000 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

ayyyy already watching at 2x speed

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David Chidester 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

I dealt with this type of tech in an accounting class. Wasn't very well developed. You had to put exact answers even if there was more than one way of entering your answer. These methods work well with scientific studies like algebra, but are total trash with fill in the blank type questions or essay answers.

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Happy Fakeboulder 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Seriously, no one in the comments brought up CGP Grey's "Digital Aristotle"?

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jose ponce 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Really nice videos, great teacher!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Bra Alex Gh Official 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

CYBERSECURITY CRASH COURSE WILL BE APPRECIATED

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avi12 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

2:31 Who else did it as the cursor clicked the 0.75 option?

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J Palo 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

did anyone else feel the urge to slow the video too hear her drunk voice?

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whatever... 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Thank you for creating an amazing course! 🙂

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Sophia Cai 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

How can we use technology to learn if most schools, including mine, don't even allow the use of Kindles. Seriously, I'm pretty sure they're gonna ban even smart watches next! I literally can't use Khan Academy.

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Sophia Cai 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

My school blocks educational sites (and pretty much every other site)

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Schnitzel_Stephan 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

I love how I'm learning about taking your time to study subjects while I'm playing these video's at twice the normal speed XD

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Toly Dukhovny 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

a load of bs having nothing to do with the reality of edumacation.

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WhovianAly 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

This will definetly help with my Computer Applications Project.

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Will Oo 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Can I have Hank Green?

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dlseller 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

I hate that feeling when you suddenly realize you're at the end of a good series.

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dlseller 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Wasn't the first time Edison was wrong…or the last. Just ask Tesla.

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Matt Mulugeta 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

haha

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Engin Atik 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

This is a very well thought/made episode. Kudos!

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Paul Keefer 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

The Diamond Age: Or, A Young Lady's Illustrated Primer by Neal Stephenson is an excellent book. If you've watched all parts of this series, you should definitely read it!

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Brian O'Mahony 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

If anybody is interested in a network-based (as opposed to broadcast) variant of the mooc they should check out the history of cMOOCs. cMOOCs or connectivist MOOC were actually the original model formulated by canadian educators and technologists like stephan downes and george siemens. It's based on quite a radical and emancipatory pedagogy and, for me, much more interesting than the later, broadcast model formulated by the ivy league/venture capital crowd

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Cody Deforest 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Not complaining but why were most the pics that you showed, included Indian/ south Asian women?

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Peterson Roberto da Silva 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Isn't duolingo an AI driven tutoring system like the one explored in the video? It felt like it merited mentioning 🙂

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oldcowbb 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

i know kungfu

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oldcowbb 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

this episode is supported by skillshare

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cosmoruski 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Manfred Spitzer disagrees

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tuhin shaikh 26/12/2021 - 6:27 Chiều

Its not other types vedio on cc which are compact

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