HoloGlobe: Topography and Bathymetry on a Globe
This is one of a series of animations that were produced to be part of the narrated video shown in the HoloGlobe exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and the Earth Today exhibit at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum.
Introduction to the interaction of cell receptors with drugs
Sistemas Electrónicos para el Tratamiento de la Información
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Virtues, Laws and Consequentialism
2011 Annual Uehiro Lecture Series "Making Good: The Challenge of Robustly Demanding Values". Lecture 3/3. The debate between consequentialism and opposing doctrines turns on whether doing right always means doing good: that is, promoting expected value. How is that debate going to develop once we see that we are required to be virtuous, not just to act virtuously; and to be legally constrained, not just to act legally? Which side in the debate is going to be better able to accommodate the robust
Social Cognition and Collective Intelligence
5 Moderator: Thomas Malone, Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management, Sloan School of Management; Director, Center for Collective Intelligence, MIT
* Andrew W. Lo, Harris & Harris Group Professor; Director, Laboratory for Financial Engineering, MIT
* Martin A. Nowak, Professor of Biology and Mathematics; Director, Program for Evolutionary Dynamics, Harvard University
* Alexander (Sandy) Pentland PhD '82, Toshiba Professor of Media Arts and Sciences; Director
Metend rekenen : Weegkaart Op deze weegkaart moeten leerlingen het gewicht noteren van zichzelf en van hun boekentas. Voor ze het gewicht aflezen op de weegschaal moeten ze eerst een schatting maken van het gewicht.
Op deze weegkaart moeten leerlingen het gewicht noteren van zichzelf en van hun boekentas. Voor ze het gewicht aflezen op de weegschaal moeten ze eerst een schatting maken van het gewicht.
ESL Lessons: Basic video vocabulary
It takes a while to master this site, but the short videos on subjects such as bathroom, what do you want to drink, etc., are all good for beginning English learners. There is also a guide. (0:55)
Improving Reading Skills: Hints to Improve Retention
To improve our reading skills, we must "prepare" to read by reading in the daylight, read for short periods of time, and set reading goals. We should also use the SQ3R method, which stands for survey, question, read, review and recite. This is a good video for all age levels. About four minutes.
What is 'Earth System Science?'
This is a NASA Connect segment explaining Earth System Science. The video also explores how modern technology studies the many different areas of Earth System Science. (06:32)
Will Technology Transform Education?
"Education could be transformed by new and emerging technologies, but infrastructure, policies, idea and attitudes must change as well. Old things in new ways. Learn how to learn." A lot of opinions, but not any data to back up the statements. Vague.
Algebra: what are variables, constants, coefficients, terms, and expressions.
This video is only the first 11 minutes of the full lesson. This lesson consists of providing you with a Self-Tutorial on what is algebra, what are variables, constants, coefficients, terms, and expressions. The tutor explains the use of proper notation, how to combine like terms, find the negation of an algebraic expression, how to evaluate an expression.
For beginners, this vintage black and white film presents letters from the alphabet with a short lesson about the animals in the Bronx Zoo that each letter represents. (10:00)
"So what is Physics anyway? Simply put, Physics is the study of energy. Okay, that's a short answer, what does that mean, the study of energy? Well, we can break down Physics into several units one of them is motion. You're familiar with motion, concepts like speed and velocity. Forces, physical forces include things like gravity and friction. Physical forces are energies also carried in the form of waves and when we talk about waves we're typically talking about things like sound waves and ligh
English Grammar & Punctuation : How to Use an Appositive
This is a well done video that gives many explanations of what an appositive is and how it is uses. An appositive can be taken out of a sentence and the main sentence can still stand on its own. Beware that there are a lot of advertisements to wade through before the video starts.
"This is My Blue Canoe" song
This video sings a song titled "This Is My Blue Canoe". Pictures are shown as song is played. Some of the lyrics are "This is my canoe, my canoe is blue. My big blue canoe. My canoe goes up, my canoe goes down..Who is that in my blue canoe-a purple alligator, a green bumblebee, a polka dot turtle, and a pink ladybug. This cute song would be a great teaching resource for rhyming words, general music class, and for fun (3:08).
End of Sentence Punctuation
This video describes the three punctuation marks that can be used to end a sentence. Examples of when to use each type of punctuation mark are given. Ending punctuation is described as a stop sign at the end of a sentence. Different kinds of sentences (imperative, declarative, etc.) are mentioned as well. (03:24)
Black Inventors/Scientists-A Slideshow
This is a slideshow of of pictures, photos, and words about Black inventors. The pictures and information are set to music. RUn time 03:32.
Programming in C Tutorial
This is a short tutorial on how to get stated programing in C. This video was made by our school's Mentoring Center and was intended to help our students get started with the setup provided to them.
Learn Guitar Lesson Write a Song - Songwriting part 1
Learn to use the major key as the foundation upon which songs may be built. Talks about the scale having 7 notes and chords are built around those notes. Chords can be major, minor, or diminished. Useful information begins at: 03:30.
Arthropods by StudyJams
Arthropods make up 75% of invertebrates. Arthropods have several qualities in common: jointed legs, bodies divided into sections, and an exoskeleton, or shell. Some of the arthropods you may know include: lobsters, millipedes, spiders, ants, and butterflies. Learn more about arthropods with this slide show from StudyJams. Vibrant images are set to music while information is written under each photo. A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.&