ACT Conflicting Viewpoints Passages
This tutorial shows an example of a conflicting viewpoints passage from the ACT. Specific strategies for answering questions on this type of passage are given. ( 4:10)
Special message from Queens' Drs. Hadley & Reed
Find out how alumni of Queens University of Charlotte can make a difference in the lives of future Royals. http://www.queens.edu/give
Circles 4 No Angles (Interactive)
Name common two-dimensional shapes (square, rectangle, triangle, and circle). Draw two-dimensional shapes. (square, rectangle, triangle, circle) Verbally compare objects according to observable and measurable attributes.
Setting a speed trap for an avalanche
Researchers can measure an avalanche from start to finish for the first time. This process means that more accurate field data can be gathered from avalanches, enabling communities around the world which are vulnerable to avalanches to make better preparataions for their impact.
F Distribution and One-Way ANOVA: Purpose and Basic Assumptions of One-Way ANOVA
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module describes the assumptions needed for implementing an One-Way ANOVA and how to set up the hypothesis test for the ANOVA.
Henri Matisse, The Piano Lesson, 1916 - Smart History at Khan Academy
Henri Matisse, The Piano Lesson, 1916 (The Museum of Modern Art) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker. (04:07)
Sesame Street: The Letter "G" Song
Young learners will enjoy this animated video with Cookie Monster. He emphasizes the letter "G" sound and the word goat in his song. This is a fun resource to introduce and/or review alphabet sounds in the early childhood classroom. (0:52)
La dieta mediterránea - el albaricoque (parte 4 de 6)
El fruto de esta prosperidad es uno de los cultivos más populares en la zona: el albaricoquero. 1:40
Lauren Henry—Animal Trainer
When Lauren Henry was just a little girl, her grandfather predicted she'd train animals for film. His prediction was correct, and now Henry, an Oregon State University graduate, has dozens of credits under her belt. As a co-owner of the company Talented Animals, Henry has trained cats, dogs, wolves, bears, crows rats, foxes and skunks, to name a few. She's been on the set of movies like "Twilight" and shows like "Portlandia." Here, Henry talks about what it's like to work with the animals she
This activity explores the concept of personalisation, considering where it has originated from in education and what it might mean in a higher education context.
London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics
London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics venues, events, torch relay etc
This activity explores the nature of adult learning, often termed "andragogy", and how it differs from children's learning (pedagogy).
Rapid Reconstitution Packages of Lyophilized Medicines Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies
Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies
Article :: How Adobe SiteCatalyst Can Improve Your Web Analytics
Adam Greco offers some examples of a few ways Adobe SiteCatalyst can be used to improve your organization’s understanding of its customer, as well as its conversion rates.
In this outdoor activity, learners search for lichen, a combination of a fungus and an alga living together. Lichen grow where most other plants cannot, on rocks, the trunks of trees, logs and sand. As learners go "lichen looking", they investigate the numbers, locations and kinds of lichen in their area.
Dr Atif Latif - The excavator
By: ZBW Dr Atif Latif, German National Library of Economics – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics (ZBW), describes his activities as a Post Doc researcher in the Knowledge Discovery department of the ZBW.
Landscapes and embryos : A film from A. Martinez Arias
Developmental Biology aims to understand the emergence of an organism from a single cell. It probes embryos with experiments in the hope of unravelling principles that govern the way they are made. The developmental biologist, like the subject of a famous R. Magritte painting (Clairvoyance) looks at an egg and sees the processes that shapes it into chick, a fly, a fish or a mouse. The real artists in this process are the cells and this video tries to capture them at work in different organisms.