Israeli army footage shows ground troops entering Gaza
Israeli army releases video it says shows ground troops crossing into Gaza overnight. Rough Cut (No Reporter Narration) Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has ma
An Evening With Daniel Woodrell
The Missouri State University English Department presented "An Evening With Daniel Woodrell" October 25, 2013. Daniel Woodrell, acclaimed author of "Winter's Bone" read from his latest book, "The Maid's Version." For more than two decades, Daniel Woodrell has created an indelible representation of the shadows of the rural American experience and has steadily built a devoted following of fans, critics, and legendary literary authors. Woodrell's body of work focuses on characters who have been
The Real Number Set - Part 1
This Language of Mathematics video the instructor goes 'back to basics' using the 'real number set'. He uses a chalkboard to model what real numbers are and how they are organized. Straightforward and easy-to-understand.
Stem Cells Neurological Treatments
This profession video addresses the search for hidden healers within our own genes and stem cells. More and more doctors are looking to the smallest places in the human body for cures that are hidden within genes and stem cells. The video focuses on a young man who suffered a spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed. An experimental treatment may hold the key to renewed mobility. It involves injecting embryotic stem cells into the spine. Another part of the video focuses on a small boy
Finding the Dew Point
With the help of Cyberspace's favorite weathercaster Stormy Gale, the CyberSquad learns how to make fog. Stormy Gale explains that as you cool down moist air you get fog, and if you warm up the air, the droplets evaporate back into the air and the fog goes away. The CyberSquad has to figure out how cold they have to make the air before fog will form. Using a can of water and a bucket of ice, Stormy Gale explains how to keep track of the temperature and how to use the dew point to predict when fo
Shaping the Education Bill - Reaching for Consensus
Back Bench Response to the Education White Paper: this document was published on 14 December, 2005, by a number of Labour MPs, Peers and other leading Labour Party figures. It highlights their concerns regarding the 2005 Education White Paper, and puts forward a number of proposals.
The Language of Mathematics (6): Adding and Subtracting
The instructor in this video is outside (in a parking garage) and uses a concrete wall and chalk for demonstration. He indicates that his videos are for a high school audience, but here he goes back to the basics of addition and subtraction.
Study support Attainment
Study support Attainment I am currently looking into whether or not school clubs/study support raise attainment in schools. I have searched the TTRB site, but have found nothing relating to this topic. I have found a couple of articles on the TES, Guardian and BBC websties, but no references to formal journal articles, books or documents, which would back up my thinking. I am looking specifically at KS3 and KS4. I will be focusing on sport and the performing arts.
The History of the Periodic Table - Part 1 of 2
This is part 1 of 2 of a video this student did for his Chemistry class back at community college for extra credit. It documents the history of the periodic table. Entertaining and educational and some good background and details.
The 'Hadow Report': The Primary School (1931)
With the publication of the 'Rose Review' of the primary curriculum and that of the Cambridge (Alexander) review, this is an appropriate moment to look back to the 'Hadow Report' on the curriculum for primary schools published in 1931, in order to reflect on the continuing key issues for primary education.
Water that falls from the sky is called precipitation. As one aspect of weather, precipitation such as rain or snow can affect your daily life. However, it is also a vital step in the water cycle, returning water from the atmosphere back to Earth's surface. In this video you will observe three different types of precipitation — rain, hail, and snow. Sound but no narration. Run time 01:00.
Virtual Maths, Brick Density, Water Displacement method video
Video demonstrating how to measure the density of a brick using the water displacement method.
31. Department of Computer Security? It’s a Joke What is a fire resistance rating? Sins of the Past Grand Theft Auto Thomas F. DeFrantz: Combining Art and Technology "Nothing Gold Can Stay," Poem by Robert Frost Alumni thoughts on Innovation at GLS 2011 Highlights from 2009
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The term "fire-resistance" designates the ability of a laboratory-constructed assembly to contain a fire in a carefully controlled test setting for a specified period of time. This is a paper that discussed the implications and meaning of the tern for walls and builing membranes made with gypsum.
Adolescent mistakes can seriously impact a career today. It may not be fair but it happens.
DeFrantz and his students are exploring new art forms that combine dance with computer science, computational design, filmmaking and other perspectives. Learn more. Thomas F. DeFrantz discusses dance, technology and African American culture. http://today.duke.edu/2012/03/thomasdefrantz
This is a non-narrated color slide show of Robert Frost's poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay." The lyrics flash across the screen with beautiful nature photography in the background. The background instrumental music is "Children of Beslan" by Steven Cravis, originally produced by Susan Herndon, Turtle Music, for her album Peccadillos. The sound quality is good. (2:29)
Hear from Alumni discussing the theme of innovation at London Business School's Global Leadership Summit 2011
In this week's podcast, we look back at some of the highlights from 12 months of Planet Earth podcasts, and look ahead to some of the big stories expected in 2010.
What is a fire resistance rating?
Sins of the Past
Grand Theft Auto
Thomas F. DeFrantz: Combining Art and Technology
"Nothing Gold Can Stay," Poem by Robert Frost
Alumni thoughts on Innovation at GLS 2011
Highlights from 2009