The new viral video doesn't show spunky, loud people showing out -- no, it is a non-native English speaker dubbed over a hand-drawn video about the Power of Introverts. With over a million views, this video is being shared and reshared. It is vital to value those of us who tend to be more introverted. This has definitely resonated. As quoted from Mashable,
"Still, less than two weeks after its release, "The Power of Introverts" has racked up an impressive 1 million views on YouTube.
Based on the book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain, the video is illustrated and narrated by Daniel Widfeldt Lomas, a Swedish-born former student at the New York Film Academy. It's the first in a series of videos that expounds on Cain's theories. (The second one just launched and can be found here.)"
Yes, This is it! This is what happens. You use a great tool with one class and it spreads to your other classes without you having to say a word! They are teaching each other in their spare time - it is the most amazing thing when you see it happen and Anne Mirtschin is blogging about it from Australia. I love Anne dearly - she is an amazing inspiration to me and works so hard!
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