Three Primary Colours


Three Primary Colors is a collaboration between OK Go and Sesame Street explaining the basics of color theory in stop-motion. Made me smile.

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A Free, Open, Curriculum for Web Education



WaSP InterACT is a community driven project that offers a free, open, curriculum for web education.

Schools that teach web design struggle to keep pace with our industry, and those just starting their curricula often set off in the wrong direction because the breadth and depth of our medium can be daunting. The WaSP InterACT curriculum project seeks to ease the challenges schools around the world face as they prepare their students for careers on the Web.

WaSP InterACT is a living curriculum designed to change and keep pace with the fast moving industry. Its courses are divided into several tracks that provide students with a well rounded foundation in the many facets of the web design craft.

Anyone can get involved and contribute!

(via swissmiss)

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Creating the Future of Education and Work

Creating the Future of Education and Work wants to help educators foster creativity and conceptual thinking in schools. The founders, Rita J. King and Joshua Fouts, created as a resource for teachers and parents with ideas that help foster imagination and teach kids to collaborate while problem solving.

“A truly collaborative approach to problem solving is a necessity, and a recognition of the importance not only of science and mathematics, but of creativity, art and music to amplify learning. Einstein credits some of his greatest breakthroughs in insight to his violin breaks, which connected different parts of his brain in new ways.”

I find the idea behind this site pretty fantastic.

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Skillshare just launched and it seems like rather an exciting concept! Skillshare’s mission is to flip the notion of traditional education on its head and democratize learning. They believe that anyone can be a teacher, and everyone has valuable knowledge and skills to share. I couldn’t agree more! At the moment its only in NYC for now, but it seems that they will be expanding to other cities in the US and eventually other countries.

You can sign up to classes or be a teacher, set up a class and sell tickets to it. There are some very useful looking ones already set up – definately worth a look.

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Alphabet prints

A bit similar to the alphabet vegetables from last week, but these illustrations are just so pretty. By Woop, the “designers of Harry Potter,” apparently…

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Alphadeath – Philip Tseng

A morbid take on the children’s alphabet poster idea, but the style of drawing and its simplicity I think is lovely.

See the whole set at his portfolio site

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