Hopefully you have seen one of the “Did you know” videos that are on the web.  If you haven’t I highly recommend that you do.  I’ve included the four versions which I’ve found below.

I’ve found these videos quite interesting to watch, especially as you watch the different versions and see the numbers being updated and changing over time.  After you watch theses I invite you to talk with people about the message that you got from these videos.  I look forward to your comments either here, on Twitter, via email, or in person.

For those that don’t know the first of these videos was created by Karl Fisch for use at a beginning of the school year meeting.  You can read up more about Karl on his site and more about Shift Happens.

The original (which I uploaded to YouTube to make it easier to view).  In this video he refers to AHS which is the school he teaches at, or at least he did at that time.

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To this 4 minute and 55 second version.

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To this 2007 version which is 8 minutes and 19 seconds long.

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To the most recent 2008 version which is 5 minutes and 16 seconds long.

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UPDATE: (Yeah I know 4 minutes after I published the origional)

Some other video’s by the same group of teachers.  The first is What If

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And the second is 2020 Vision

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