GuZheng is a Classical Chinese Instrument
Barney's "Just Imagine" Song
Join Barney and his friends as they sing about all the things that they can be and places they can see if they just use their imagination. Students will enjoy singing along to this fun song. This is a great resource for the early childhood classroom. (2:07)
Singapore Math-Organizing Student Manipulatives
A first grade teacher shares how she organzies all the concrete manipulatives students need access to when building number sense using Singapore Math strategies. See how to organize a ten frame, number bracelets, number cubes, disks, place value bundles, etc. This is a great professional development resource. (1:58)
Seaweeds & invertebrates of the SE Gulf of Mexico, Pt. 4
7:02 The hard banks of the Southeastern Gulf of Mexico in the vicinity of the Dry Tortugas, FLorida, at depths of 45-95 m harbor diversity-rich communities of marine macroalgae (seaweeds), macrocrustaceans, molluscs, and other invertebrates.
This dredging expedition on board the R/V Pelican (LUMCON) took place May 29-June 7, 2004.
The seaweeds include representatives of the red, green and brown macroalgae.
During transit from Louisiana to Florida, col
Reteach and Enrich: How to Make Time for Every Student
This five minute video shows a step-by-step program that is used in one Arizona elementary school that gives its students the additional time they need to master core concepts and elevate their learning to the next level. There are several ideas presented in terms of time management and lesson planning.
Barney's "Do Your Ears Hang Low?" Song
In this video, students can sing along with Barney and all his friends on the farm! Students will enjoy singing "Do Your Ears Hang Low?" as they watch the cute dog with the floppy ears. This is a great resource for the early childhood classroom. (0:55)
Barney's "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" Song
Camp out with Barney and all his friends as they sing the classic nursery rhyme "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star". This is a great resource for the early childhood classroom. (1:28)
Gulf seafood deformities alarm scientists
2:20 t's almost two years since BP's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Now, scientists say they have found deformities among seafood and a great decline in the numbers of marine life. Dahr Jamail reports from New Orleans.
Sackler Center First Awards
In commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, the first center within an art museum to be devoted to the exhibition and study of feminist art, the Museum is honoring fifteen extraordinary women who are first in their fields. Presented by Elizabeth A. Sackler and Gloria Steinem Hosted by Soledad O'Brien and Laura Flanders Award designed by Judy Chicago HONORING Marin Alsop Connie Chung Johnnetta B. Cole Wilhelmina Cole Holladay Sandy Lerner Lu
Olivia Fox Cabane: Charisma, Leadership and the Imposter Syndrome, Talks at Google
Olivia Fox Cabane stops by the Googleplex to discuss her latest book: "The Charisma Myth: How Anyone Can Master the Art and Science of Personal Magnetism". From Google Books: An expert in the fields of charisma and leadership, Olivia Fox Cabane has lectured at Stanford, Yale, Harvard, MIT and the United Nations. A frequent keynote speaker and executive coach to the leadership of major companies, she helps people increase their ability to influence, persuade, and inspire others. In The Charis
Listening to global women's voices: Reflections on interfaith dialogue - Ursula King
Professor Ursula King talks about how women across the world are reinterpreting their religious traditions through dialogue with people from different faiths.
Life and death in the Neolithic Cotswolds - Nick Snashall
Dr Nick Snashall, National Trust archaeologist for Avebury, describes how a fresh look at the Neolithic Cotswolds brings to light how its people lived their lives.
Stabilising peace in a troubled world: building nations after war - Paddy Ashdown
Lord Paddy Ashdown - former High Representative in the successful reconstruction of Bosnia and a former leader of the Liberal Democrats - severely criticises the reconstruction of Iraq, calling it a 'catastrophic failure' in which 'daily carnage' is taking place. This lecture was organised by the University of Bath and the Royal Society of the Arts.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Children and Young People - Paul Stallard
Paul Stallard, Professor of Child & Family Mental Health at the University of Bath and a chartered clinical psychologist with the Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health Care Partnership Trust, describes CBT, its use with children and young people and takes a critical look at its future use.
Sustainable Energy brings Power to the People - Matthew Davidson
Professor Matthew Davidson, from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Bath, describes how the development of biodiesel catalysts, fuel cell materials and solar cells could one day help mitigate many of the problems caused by burning fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas.
Lowering our carbon footprint - Geoff Hammond
Professor Geoff Hammond, Director of the interdisciplinary International Centre for the Environment (ICE) at the University of Bath, looks at the global challenges and local opportunities for lowering our carbon footprint.
Physical activity, obesity and health - Steven Blair
Professor Steven Blair, from the University of South Carolina, USA, talks about the causes of the obesity epidemic in the US, the relationship between weight and fitness levels, and the importance of physical activity in a healthy lifestyle.
The history of death and dying - Allan Kellehear
Professor Allan Kellehear, Professor of Sociology at the University of Bath's Centre for Death & Society, gives an overview of the changing attitudes and behaviour of human beings and other hominids in their response to death, dying and loss over the last two million years.