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The Importance of Learning About New Cultures | Joshua Moody | TEDxYouth@AISR
In his talk, Josh shares his passion for learning about new cultures and why you should too. Josh, a 5th grader, has been living in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for three years and is from New Zealand and England. Outside of school he enjoys running, making videos, and playing video games. In school he enjoys math, art, STEM and social studies. Pretty much everything! Most importantly, Josh loves traveling (11 countries already) because he can experience life like somewhere else and understand other views and perspectives. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Learn a new culture | Julien S. Bourrelle | TEDxArendal
Julien S. Bourrelle We all see the world through cultural glasses, by changing glasses you can change the way you perceive the behaviours of others. Julien S. Bourrelle believes that we have the opportunity to increase the competitiveness of businesses and to create a better functioning multicultural society by helping people to communicate better across culture. Julien is a Canadian rocket scientist who lived within various cultures these last 15 years. It has shaped his perception and expectations. His “Mondå” project provides tools to communicate better across culture, helping us to be more aware of how our behaviours can be interpreted differently than intended by people of other cultures. Julien is a bestselling author and has a double MSc. in Astrodynamics. He dropped out of his doctoral studies after the success of Mondå and his books. He has lived in Norway since 2009. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx For more news and about our TEDxArendal events, please visit http://www.tedxarendal.com. This is one of 27 TEDx talks and performances from the TEDxArendal Conference September 8th and 9th 2017, where leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Follow TEDxArendal on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/TEDxArendal and news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TEDxArendal Like TEDxArendal on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tedxarendal Kategori Ideelt arbeid og aktivisme Lisens Standard YouTube-lisens We all see the world through cultural glasses, by changing glasses you can change the way you perceive the behaviours of others. Julien S. Bourrelle believes that we have the opportunity to increase the competitiveness of businesses and to create a better functioning multicultural society by helping people to communicate better across culture. Julien is a Canadian rocket scientist who lived within various cultures these last 15 years. It has shaped his perception and expectations. His “Mondå” project provides tools to communicate better across culture, helping us to be more aware of how our behaviours can be interpreted differently than intended by people of other cultures. Julien is a bestselling author and has a double MSc. in Astrodynamics. He dropped out of his doctoral studies after the success of Mondå and his books. He has lived in Norway since 2009. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 22466 TEDx Talks
Cultures of learning - vital feature of international education
Cultures of learning: There is no single definition of what is good teaching or learning -- expectations and values of this vary across different cultures. What challenges does this create for teachers & students who study overseas? With the rapid increase in international education this is critical area for the success of overseas students. We look specifically at a Chinese learner and how they might perceive an overseas classroom.
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Alice - Learning about different cultures
Alice shares the importance of learning about different cultures. Learn more at https://careers.vanguard.com © 2014 The Vanguard Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Cultural Diversity Examples: Avoid Stereotypes while communicating
Cultural Diversity: Avoid cultural stereotypes while talking to people from other cultures. Multi Cultural Communication made easy: stop prejudging, assuming and antagonising Keywords: Cultural stereotypes examples cultural diversity cultural prejudices in America Cultural stereotypes in America Racist comments racism in the west American culture racism on immigrants how to respond to racist comments
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Why is it Important to Know Other Languages & Cultures?
Part of "10 Questions Humanities will answer this year"
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10 Surprising Ways To Offend People In Other Countries
"10 Surprising Ways To Offend People In Other Countries Planning a summer vacation abroad? Then don't offend the locals. Here are 10 seemingly innocent ways of offending people in other countries. Music = Hot Club Swinger by John Etheridge" Videos in Endcard: 10 Assassinations that Shook the World: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Nu0rW8-VLI&list=PLec1lxRhYOzuKn4EmcbMmDcTUBOnIJZcX&index=13 10 Things You May Not Know About Bruce Lee: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja2Ebzp2BnU&list=PLec1lxRhYOzuKn4EmcbMmDcTUBOnIJZcX&index=15 10 Extraordinary Weather Records: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvieuPVM7Ys&list=PLec1lxRhYOzuKn4EmcbMmDcTUBOnIJZcX&index=81 10 Most Habitable Alien Worlds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZTXTPz9TC8&list=PLec1lxRhYOzuKn4EmcbMmDcTUBOnIJZcX&index=117 10 Secret Organisations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIUzt7tbFcg&list=PLec1lxRhYOzuKn4EmcbMmDcTUBOnIJZcX&index=114 10 Extraordinary Shipwrecks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cNBoR7UyRo&list=PLec1lxRhYOzuKn4EmcbMmDcTUBOnIJZcX&index=111 10 Most Notorious Gangsters.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80I1STnWTPg&list=PLec1lxRhYOzuKn4EmcbMmDcTUBOnIJZcX&index=56 10 Greatest Fighter Planes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qu_20XlvKo&list=PLec1lxRhYOzuKn4EmcbMmDcTUBOnIJZcX&index=124 10 Biggest Recorded Earthquakes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45NB35w3Jw8&list=PLec1lxRhYOzuKn4EmcbMmDcTUBOnIJZcX&index=123 Where else to find All Time 10s... Facebook: http://ow.ly/3FNFR Twitter: http://ow.ly/3FNMk Check out a selection of video's highlighting some Alltime10's favourite and interesting people.. @ http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=365DD325201BCB58
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Studying abroad: learning about other cultures
Studying abroad is an amazing opportunity to learn about other countries and cultures (as well as to get a good university degree!) Students from all over the world come to study in the UK so you'll make friends from across the globe. "Open up and expand yourself" as one of our students so perfectly sums it up at the end. What are you waiting for? #INTOStudy
Views: 611 INTO Study
Cultures Around the World
Lets explore the world together. We all belong to a culture. A definition of culture maybe the combination of our human knowledge, our beliefs and behaviors that we learn and pass on to future generations. Sometimes we express our culture in different ways for example, what we eat, how we dress, how we play, and what we believe. Thank you for watching!
Views: 88953 Neyra Hanley
Different cultures: play and learning
http://www.raisingchildren.net.au In this short video, mums from different cultural backgrounds talk about play and learning for babies and young children. Playing games, reading books and singing songs helps your child learn and grow. It’s also a fun way to spend time together. These mums read and sing songs in their first language, and also in English.
Japan : Tradition & Culture
Episode 1822 - Japan : Tradition & Culture This week Dennis Wholey experiences the profound cultural depth of Japan. Throughout the country Dennis finds that despite being one of the most modern countries on earth, Japan is still rooted in its traditions and culture. Segments focus on meditation in the mountain temples of Koyasan, traditional Washoku cuisine in Kyoto and Shinto beliefs at the Meiji Shrine in the heart of Tokyo.
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Just Listen: Exploring Other Cultures
Elijah, in grade 11, talks about an anthropology class that broadened his views on how other teenagers live.
Death As Seen In Different Cultures/Religions
This is a project that my friend and I worked on for our Sociology & Anthropology class. We are demonstrating the different ideas that certain religions preach, and cultures live by. We hope you enjoy and learn something out of it.
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Learning about other cultures
Fr. Mark Weber, SVD, shares his experience of learning about other cultures as a Divine Word Missionary.
"Are Americans Interested in Learning About Other Cultures?"
Want to learn all about being an international student in the United States? Watch this webchat with a group of students from around the world as they answer questions from around the world about adapting to American culture, maintaining religious and cultural obligations while studying abroad, differences in coursework, and becoming friends with Americans. Hear their exciting first-hand experiences!
Views: 517 IIP Interactive
Anthony Seeger On Why Understand the Music of Other Cultures?
In this clip from www.artistshousemusic.org - Anthony Seeger, Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of California, Los Angeles, shares his thoughts on the benefits of learning the music of cultures other than your own, and the special part that ethnomusicologists play in bringing new music to Western culture.
Views: 2081 ArtistsHouseMusic
On learning languages & about other cultures.
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Learning about Cultures in Africa
As the second largest and most populous continent in the world, Africa is a continent rich in cultural diversity. More than 3000 tribes exist and more than 2000 languages are spoken in this continent of 54 countries. My African friends told me that the continent usually divides itself into North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa because they assimilate themselves that way culturally. Friends from Zimbabwe, Ghana, and Kenya were kind enough to share their tribe culture with me. They represent the Ndebele, Shona, Wala, Hausa, Fulani, and Kamba tribes. I was very interested in learning about the African culture and they provided me with a glimpse of the African tribe culture. They represent six out of the thousands of tribes, so they would not represent the whole African culture. Even saying that there is an African culture is flawed because there is so much diversity even within the African countries. African culture could be better explained by talking about individual tribes as distinct from other tribes, and maybe some similarities can be drawn from neighboring tribes. Background Music: (African Drums) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3N9a0j508QA
Views: 1965 ThirdCulture
Learning About Other Cultures (Subtitled)
Working Voices' multilinguist Ben Daggers talks about the importance of learning about other cultures. This video is in Chinese and subtitled in English.
Views: 198 Working Voices
Foster care - Learning from other cultures.
Skye and Trina share their stories of caring for children from various cultures and faiths, some of whom are African, Cambodian and Aboriginal. Skye and her partner Peter became foster carers because they were unable to have their own children. Trina and her husband Adam are very involved with the Buddhist temple and regularly go with their children's birth family. ACT Together urgently needs more foster carers to provide care for local children. Our carers can be single, married or same sex. For more information visit acttogether.org.au or call us on 1300 WE FOSTER.
Why is it important to learn about other cultures
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Professional development: learning from other cultures
Richard presents on how those who already know about other cultures can continue to learn. Don't always be teaching--always be ready to learn!
Views: 245 Richard Benton
Understanding and Respecting Other Cultures
Learn about other cultures by meeting BYU students from various countries and hearing their stories.
Views: 249 iraafultoncollege
Learning from other cultures—without idealizing them
More info: https://www.jeremylent.com/ http://davidkorten.org/ David Korten and Jeremy Lent in conversation at Eagle Harbor Bookstore, Bainbridge, WA, on February 25, 2018 In this video, Jeremy Lent discusses how important it is to learn from other cultures, but without idealizing them—emphasizing that there was never a golden age in history.
Views: 44 Jeremy Lent
India and Audi - Learning Different Cultures
I wanted to share a story that shaped my understanding of taking culture into account when selling. The idea of taking a culture into account always felt like a slippery slope for me. This video talks about me wrestling with learning something new about indian culture a few years ago and how it affected my conversations with customers.
Views: 182 Andrei Smith
What We Can Learn from Other Cultures about Grief, Death, and Rituals
Maria Dancing Heart Hoaglund shares some things we can learn about death, grief, rituals, and customs from other cultures around the world, in particular Japan. See more about Rev. Maria and her books at: www.changewithcourage.com.
INTO Newcastle University - Learning from other Cultures
‪http://www.intohigher.com/newcastle‬ Likitha, from India, and Derin, from Turkey, talk about their friends from different countries. They explain what they get from learning in a multi-cultural class room. To find out more visit our website or Facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/INTONewcastleUniversity
Views: 643 INTO Study
Learning about other cultures at UW-Madison was different in 1952
http://archives.library.wisc.edu UW-Madison Archives is a treasure trove of Badger history. This clip from "The Living Room of the University," the 1952 promotional film about the Wisconsin Union shows international students mingling to learn about each others' cultures. Credits: Directed and Photographed by Walter J. Meives Adapted and Written by Porter Butts Narrated by Jerry Bartell Coordination by James H. Wockenfuss Produced by The Photographic Laboratory, Freeman Brown-Director The University of Wisconsin-Extension Division Music by Don Voegeli, The U.W. Concert Band, Symphony Orchestra, and the Tudor Singers Sound Recorded by Radio Station WHA Copyright 1952
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Learning From Other Cultures
Liberals and marxists want you and your family to live by these people, so you can learn from them. They care little about your survival and well being. Why is it that most liberals seem to themselves live in gated communities and suburbs far away from them though?
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Culture & Vocabulary: Major religions of the world
Learn about the major religions of the world. I will teach you about the beliefs and practices of Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. These are the four religions in the world with the most followers. We will talk about the history, prophets, rituals, gods, differences, and similarities between all of these religions. You will not only learn about major world cultures, but we will also look at plenty of English vocabulary related to religions. Bonus: I will share with you my own religious beliefs. This lesson is meant for educational purposes, not debate. So watch with an open mind, and then do the quiz at https://www.engvid.com/culture-vocabulary-major-religions/ to see how much of the material you understood and remember. TRANSCRIPT Hi, guys. I got a secret to tell ya. Do you have a religion? Yeah? Most people do. I don't. I am what is called "agnostic". "Agnostic" means I do not believe in a god. Do you want to turn the video off because you're offended by my religious views? Go ahead, but you're going to miss a great lesson on religion. My whole point of this educational video, if you will, is to preach tolerance. Because guess what? You have a religion, I have a religion-no I don't-and other people will have a different religion than you, especially when you're travelling. So, let's say that you leave your beautiful house and your beautiful country, and you come to another country. Guess what? There are going to be people that don't have the same religion as you, and you get to respect them, and hopefully they get to respect you. Unfortunately, the world has kind of turned against us. Thank you, media, for making all religions a point of war; which it shouldn't be, because most religions should teach love. Oh. Where did that go wrong? So, what I want you guys to understand is that I don't have a religion, I don't want to have a religion, and it's my choice; as is it's your choice to have your religion. But respect goes a far way. So, let's dive right into religion. What is it? The cool thing is when I was researching this is the dictionary didn't really have a distinct definition of "religion", but it said this - it said: "Religion is a cultural system of designated behaviours"-so how you act in your culture-"practices"-so things that you do; no matter what your religion is-"and world views". So, this means how religion sees other issues in the world. You with me so far? So, religion has nothing so far to do with anything that is violent or bad; it has to do with someone's opinion of a culture. We have two words to start off. The first one is "atheism". "Atheism" means that you do not believe in a god; nothing. There's no god that exists. It's kind of close to "agnosticism", which I told you that I was. "Agnosticism" means that you have no proof that god exists, or any gods exist. So I teeter-totter between being atheist and being agnostic, but I don't have a religion. I think religions are amazing, but "atheism" is a belief that god doesn't exist, and "agnosticism" is a belief that: "I don't know yet, so don't ask me my question. I haven't decided." What I've done is I've written down the four top-and by no means best-religions of the world. In our crazy world we have 10,000 different distinct religions. 10,000. But over 85% of the population are in the top four religions. Now, statistics: I don't believe them, so when I tell you percentages and stuff, it's clearly all from the internet and I don't believe half of it; but let's see if you do. Apparently the biggest population in the world, 2.4 billion or 33% of the population are apparently "Christian". Okay? Apparently this involves people who are atheist and agnostic. So that's statistic is blown out of the water right away, but Christianity is supposed to be the religion with the most followers. So, first word to learn is: "monotheistic". "Mono" means one, and "theistic" means God. So, Christianity is a religion with one god, and his/her... His/her... God's name is God. Is God a him or a her? What do you think? Yeah, you don't know, do you? Okay. So, this... Christianity is based on the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. Okay? We like to shorten his name and just call him "Jesus". And Christians believe that Jesus was the son of God. He was born to a virgin... What? In a manger. That doesn't make sense, scientifically; don't tell my mom that. The holy book that Christians use is called a "Bible" or "Gospel", so this is where all of the teachings of Jesus Christ are written. People who practice Christianity are called "Christians". And the important thing that you guys have to realize is that if you are Catholic, you are Christian; if you are Protestant, you are Christian; if you are Eastern Orthodox-these are the top three-you are also Christian. So you have to be careful. You can't say to someone: "Oh, well I'm Catholic, but I'm not Christian." […]
Studying abroad: learning about other cultures
Shape your international career - study abroad with the Ramboll Scholarship. Every year Ramboll grants three scholarships of DKK 25,000 each to talented students studying abroad. Read more and apply for the Ramboll Scholarship here https://goo.gl/7fva4K
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Multicultural Education / Learn About Other Cultures
Benefits of "multicultural education" Multicultural education is a whole school process that prepares students for their roles and responsibilities in an interdependent world. It places students at the centre of all school practices that promote multiple perspectives and an appreciation of cultural and linguistic diversity within a democratic society. For more information : http://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/cultures/pages/multiabout.aspx http://www.teachhub.com/multicultural-education-your-classroom Video created for E.M.U (Eastern Medeterranean University) / Introduction to Multicultural Education Course.
Views: 604 İlker Güzelordu
World Travel and The Value of Learning Other Cultures!
Earlier this year I took a trip to Brazil in South America and thought I would share the experience with YouTube. Check it out and let me know what you think! Should I do more travel vlogs? I am traveling all over the place for work almost every month so if you guys like it I can do more!
Views: 880 Will Motivation
Learning about other cultures.
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Other Cultures Open New Eyes | Jean Vanhoegaerden | TEDxHultAshridge
Professor Vanhoegaerden talks about the opportunities for learning provided by contact with other cultures. Because we think that we know others cultures, and because we have a natural tendency to judge other cultures, we make mistakes in our assumptions and miss some possibilities for learning from those cultures. Respect and an open, curious attitude enable learning and having fun when dealing with other cultures. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 7479 TEDx Talks
Appreciate other cultures
Dr Arlene Diaz, Indiana University, USA, talks about how students learn to position themselves in other cultures and how this benefits them as global citizens.
How Some Europeans Cultures Compare With Each Other? - Europe
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Learning to appreciate different cultures from Utahn culture on my mission
http://preparetoserve.com Learning to appreciate different cultures from Utahn culture on my mission.
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Learning From Other Cultures At NUI Galway
Check out this video on 'Learning From Other Cultures At NUI Galway' designed by our Marketing Masters students Thomas, Sejal, Shubham, Fern and Chu.
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How to communicate with other cultures webinar
To build good relationships with people from other cultures, it is essential to learn how to communicate with them verbally and non-verbally. You can make things easier by also learning about their culture and practicing tolerance. Armed with the knowledge of how to communicate effectively, you can learn from people from other cultures and share yours with them. In this webinar, you will learn what means you can use to cultural if you meet someone from a different culture without speaking the same language. Means can be articulation, using your surroundings, using graphical elements and other tips & tricks! High-quality content combined with insightful discussions and the passion for your message are the key ingredients to successful webinars. A webinar is a simple way to spread the message. The first Thought – Education – Dissemination training course was hold in Poland from the 6th to the 13th of January as part of the Erasmus+ programme. The objective of the training course was to train young participants from different NGOs all across Europe in the field of communication and to spread their message. What better tool to use than a webinar? The potential topics of discussion for the T.E.D. webinars were all related to the topic of communication.
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Learning about God and other cultures
Some of the cultural experiences we had on our mission trip
How can we learn about other cultures
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Experiencing other cultures
I'm headed for travels and share with you my take on the importance of experiencing other cultures.
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