kids

  • 4m 35s

    Igloolik's Experience Preview

    uploaded by: nbrusch

    channel: DIAMA

    IsumaTV traveled to Igloolik, Nunavut (Canada) to test out IsumaTV, DIAMA and the new Inuit Culture Education site. We installed two servers in both, the Elementary and High School, to allow teachers and students to access the website at high-speed and interact with it.

    uploaded date: 19-03-2010

  • 11m 52s

    Daniel's Class, Grade 11

    uploaded by: nbrusch

    channel: DIAMA

    The Social Studies class at 11th grade learned about Residential Schools and watch one of the testimonies at the Inuit Culture Education area. Students came up with some questions about the subject and were given each one an ipod so that they could interview people around the school.

    uploaded date: 31-03-2010

  • 19m 14s

    Sean's Class, Grade 11

    uploaded by: nbrusch

    channel: DIAMA

    At the High School, 11th grade teacher gave a class on climate change and screened 'Ukiutatuq Takuguk!' a video from the 'Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change' project within the Inuit Culture and Education area. The video was made for the United Nations COP-15 and was presented in Copenhagen at Denmark's National Gallery.

    uploaded date: 30-03-2010

  • 18m 35s

    Dean's Class, Grade 6

    uploaded by: nbrusch

    channel: DIAMA

    At the elementary school, sixth grade students watch Maana video (a video about climate change made by the Inuit circus collective Artcirq) from the Inuit Culture Education site and learned about climate change situation in the Arctic. After watching the film the teacher developed some activities and gave each one of the students an ipod.

    uploaded date: 30-03-2010

  • 7m 18s

    Introducing IsumaTV to teachers

    uploaded by: nbrusch

    channel: DIAMA

    An introduction to the DIAMA/IsumaTV and the Inuit Culture Education was made to the principal and teachers of Ataguttaaluk Elementary School and High School in Igloolik. Two classes at the Elementary school and two classes of the High School had the chance to use the Inuit Culture Education website.

    uploaded date: 30-03-2010

  • 12m 57s

    Jeena's Class, Grade 2

    uploaded by: nbrusch

    channel: DIAMA

    Second grade students watch the first part of Before Tomorrow film (made by the Inuit Women collective Arnait). In Nunavut, second grade class is given in Inuktitut so teacher used the film as a way to teach students Inuktitut vocabulary of traditional objects, transportation, and traditional way of living. Then students made some drawings of what they could remember of the film.

    uploaded date: 30-03-2010

  • Photo Album

    uploaded by: Nathalie Kalina

    channel: DIAMA

    Drawing insipired by the film Before Tomorrow made by grade 2 students in Igloolik, Nunavut.

    uploaded date: 16-03-2010

  • IsumaTV in Igloolik

    uploaded by: Gabriela Gamez

    An introduction to the DIAMA/IsumaTV and the Inuit Culture Education was made to the principal and teachers of Ataguttaaluk Elementary School and High School in Igloolik. Two classes at the Elementary school and two classes of the High School had the chance to use the Inuit Culture Education website.

    uploaded date: 16-03-2010

  • 9m 3s

    Student Video by James (Video 1)

    uploaded by: Nathalie Kalina

    channel: DIAMA

    Students test the video recording features on their iPods and respond to the film Ukiutatuq Takuguk and its messages about climate change. Captured by James, a student in Sean's grade 11 class at Atagyttaaluk High School in Igloolik, Nunavut.

    uploaded date: 01-03-2010