Shilong Performance Audience
00:41 slideshow of the Shilong Village, Longchang Town, Kaili City, Guizhou Province, China
Beginner Grammar 'Shi'
Beginner Grammar 'Shi'.
2.007 EV Special Section wirelessly controlled electric skates hella buttplants! from 2.00EV
hella buttplants! from 2.00EV
(Suresh 304} Synonyms
(Suresh 304} Synonyms पर्यायवाची शब्द (Paryaayvaachee shabd) Kindly refer to my lesson no.29 and 214 in this site. शक्ति (Shakti - Energy) = बल ( bal) , विक्रम (... Related posts:
Japanese Body Language and Gestures Lesson 1
This 1:39 long video shows how body language can be used to help students understand how gestures can help them learn Japanese. A woman shows a gesture and explains its meaning. The gesture demonstrated means, " I'm Sorry."
Singapore Math--Model and Solve Word Problems Using Thinking Blocks-Percents (Part 2 of 2)
This video shows how to use Thinking Blocks to model and solve a percent word problem. The word problem asks students to find the sale price. The teacher uses an interactive board to draw bar models, labels, and question marks to solve problems. This would be a great resource to use as teacher professional development or for direct instruction. (3:53)
Model Your Math Problems Using Thinking Blocks--Episode 2
This video shows how to solve an algebra word problem visually. The word problem is displayed on screen and then broken down on an interactive board program. The teacher uses blocks to represent parts and wholes. Labels are used to represent what we know from the problem and what we are trying to figure out. This would be a great resource to use as teacher professional development or for direct instruction. (6:15)
E2E: Erik Meijer and John Cook - R, Statistical Computing, Blogging and More At Lang.NEXT 2012, several conversations happened in the "social room", which was right next to the room where sessions took place. Our dear friend, Erik Meijer, led many interesting conversations, some of which we are fortunate enough to have caught on camera for C9.
At Lang.NEXT 2012, several conversations happened in the "social room", which was right next to the room where sessions took place. Our dear friend, Erik Meijer, led many interesting conversations, some of which we are fortunate enough to have caught on camera for C9.
Elizabeth and Caitlin and their pets Sassie and Chime are agility dogs who've been in training since they were puppies. They noticed that some of the obstacles in the agility course are the same color. They always thought dogs were colorblind. No one could say Sassie and Charm aren't colorful, but their DragonflyTV question is: Can our dogs see colors or are they really colorblind? (5mins)
Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and Special Guests - Leverkusen Jazz Fest Oct. 9 1989 Complete
1:37:06 Very Exciting! Art Blakey's 1989 TV special celebrating Bu's 70th birthday. Including Terence Blanchard, Freddie Hubbard, Brian Lynch (tp) Curtis Fuller, Frank Lacy (tb) Donald Harrison, Jackie McLean (as) Benny Golson, Javon Jackson, Wayne Shorter (ts) Walter Davis Jr., Geoff Keezer (p) Essiet Okon Essiet, Buster Williams (b) Art Blakey, Roy Haynes (d) Michelle Hendricks (v).
Two of a Kind
Along Came Betty
2012 Meigs Professor Dr. Jeffrey Berejikian.mov
Jeffrey Berejikian Berejikian is described by students and colleagues as a dynamic and demanding teacher with a knack for engaging students whether he is delivering a traditional lecture or using more unconventional teaching methods. For one course, he uses a computer-based simulation in which teams of students manage their own countries and make policy decisions. "This allowed us to have as close to a first-hand experience creating grand strategy as one can get without working from the Oval Off
Students Present Research at Visible Thinking Symposium
More than 150 Duke University undergraduates shared their research findings through talks and posters at the Visible Thinking symposium April 18, 2012. Learn more at http://undergraduateresearch.duke.edu.
Scenes from Quest
HCI student Kevin Graham assembled this collection of images from Quest '12, SUNY Oswego's celebration of scholarly and creative activity. Hundreds of students, faculty and staff presented their work during the April 18 daylong event.
How the Islands of Hawaii Were Formed
The origins of the Hawaiian Islands have remained a geological puzzle for generations, but recent investigations uncovered that volcanoes hold the key to much of the formation of these beautiful islands. In this video clip, learn more about what these investigations talk about. (2:59)
Learning your ABC's (Interactive Game)
This Interactive game introduces each letter in a fun jigsaw puzzle. A voice reads the letter and the picture that starts with the letter. Learning alphabets can be fun with this interactive lesson. With this, a child can learn all alphabets from A to Z. (7:46)
Sexpot by Charles Bukowski (poetry reading)
"A SEXPOT is an attractive young woman who is available for a sexual relationship. A sexpot is usually horny, promiscuous, and men probably think they will have a chance with her."...The Urban Dictionary It's a sardonic poem. He quotes her and describes her antics in a world-weary way. She relates sexually to everyone she meets, like some women do. He can't stop her from ogling other men but he puts up with it, grudgingly. It's a hard thing for a man to bear: his friend tells him so and ask
Part 10 Where The Wild Things Are Lesson
Anatomy of a Tsunami (Interactive)
Tsunami waves can be distinguished from ordinary ocean waves by many factors, including the tremendous amount of energy they carry, the great distance between their wave crests, and their capacity to travel at jetliner speeds across an entire ocean. In this interactive from NOVA Online, explore how the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami — the deadliest in recorded history — was triggered, how its waves traveled thousands of kilometers largely unchanged, and what happened once the waves r
Moodle 2.0 Lesson - part 3
This lesson shows you how to create a cluster of questions in your lesson, that are then displayed to the student in a random order until all questions have been seen. It continues from the previous lesson where we created questions in our lesson. (02:56)