Dragons: Dragon Fights a Tyrannosaurus
This three minute video uses animation and a narrator to tell an imaginary story of a battle between these two a Tyrannosaurus rex going head-to-head with a prehistoric dragon. The dragon is outmatched by the T. rex's size, but it's got a few tricks up
its sleeve in this fictional account. Good as a story starter for students.
Annie Favreau - Driven to Discover Video Contest
4th Place Looking back at your college years, you won't remember each of your classes, test scores, and letter grades. Instead, you'll carry with you the skills you gained from new experiences. College is about finding yourself and your dreams. This video is part of the Driven to Discover video contest where students were asked to explain what they were driven to discover at the University of Minnesota.
Baylen N. Wagner - Driven to Discover Video Contest
10th Place Music student Baylen Wagner performs an exciting rendition of Bach's first cello suite. Fusing multiple styles he builds a layered groove friendly to all audiences. This video is part of the Driven to Discover video contest where students were asked to explain what they were driven to discover at the University of Minnesota.
Children will use problem-solving techniques to answer the question, "How many boots will Santa need for his reindeer?"
Baby Crayfish all over Mom
Check these tiny crayfish crawling over momma crayfish
Advanced Audio Blog S5 #2 - Top 10 Japanese Holidays: Obon/The Lantern Festival
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Your friend tells you in Japanese that you have to go with him to run an errand today. You expect to stop by the grocery store or the bank, but instead, he takes you to a graveyard in his Japanese hometown. You explain that graveyards freak you out since you watched [...]
Incredible Human Machine (1/9)
Incredible Human Machine Series - Part 1/9. Rated TV14. Some images are graphic in nature (warning at the beginning) and brief nudity is suggested (nothing is shown). This section of the series gives an introduction of the human body and its systems, focusing on skin and hair, sensory, internal body temperature, and our closeness to primates. (10:09)
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WatchKnowLearn Attends FETC
The 2012 FETC, Florida Educational Technology Conference, had over 7,000 in attendance. WatchKnowLearn was THRILLED to be a part of the event and enjoyed meeting so many new friends and fans of the site! (04:00)
Anatomía Patológica Especial Veterinaria (2011)
La asignatura estudia las alteraciones morfológicas de los diferentes órganos que intengran los sistemas y aparatos de las especies domésticas y con los objetivos propuestos el alumno reconocerá, explicará y sistematizará las alteraciones cadavéricas, del desarrollo, circulatorias, metabólicas, inflamatorias, parasitarias y tumorales de los distintos órganos y sistemas animales; realizará necropsias regladas en las distintas especies domésticas y los informes correspondientes; y obten
Benefits of Physical Activity in the Classroom
Lesson Objective: Get students up and moving to increase engagement and memory. Questions to Consider: How does the large coordinate grid provide a visual aid for students?How is the ability to quickly assess student understanding impacted with the use of the grid?How does timing the activity help keep students focused and efficient?
TWC9: SQL Server 2012, Windows Phone, Async, Azure, HTML5 and more This week on Channel 9, Dan and Clint discuss the week's top developer news, including:
This week on Channel 9, Dan and Clint discuss the week's top developer news, including:
Global Cohort at Thunderbird School: Jolene Sim
Jolene Sim of Malaysia delivers the class speech Feb. 3, 2011, at the U.S. Department of State and Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Entrepreneurship Partnership Global Cohort at Thunderbird School of Global Management. http://www.thunderbird.edu
UM Biology Prof Discovers Once Thought Extinct Tortoise
From Galapagos.org: "Through a combination of cutting edge genetic research and time-tested field work, scientists have determined that a Galapagos Giant Tortoise species long thought to be extinct in the wild may still be living on the northern end of the island of Isabela, a few hundred kilometers from Floreana, their island of origin." UM Biology Professor Ryan Garrick talks about his role in the study. Video by Mary Stanton.
Vincent Rague (MBA '84), The Kenyan Treasury
Vincent Rague is currently Senior Financial Advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance at the Kenyan Treasury. He is Co-Founder and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Catalyst Principal Partners. He also sits on the: Board of Trustees of the Pan African Infrastructure Development Fund (PAIDF); the Board of GuarantCo (an infrastructure guarantee fund based in London) and the Board of Kenya Airways (one of the few profitable, fast growing global airlines). Mr. Rague has more th
UW Town Hall Discussion with EPA Chief Lisa P. Jackson
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, Lisa P. Jackson, discussed the themes laid out in the President's speech during a State of the Union town hall with students and faculty at the University of Washington-Seattle. During the town hall, she laid out the Obama administration efforts that benefit both public health and the economy. The town hall continued Administrator Jackson's ongoing efforts to speak with Americans across the country, especially students, about EPA's work to prot
ORAL HISTORY INITIATIVE: On Frank O'Hara - Woodberry Poetry Room
In conjunction with the Woodberry Poetry Room's 80th Anniversary, the Poetry Room presented an oral history of the indefatigably friendly, flamboyant and metaphysical poet Frank O'Hara, featuring his dear friend and Harvard classmate, John Ashbery. This intimate and vibrant exchange of memories and anecdotes was introduced and moderated by Ron Padgett, author of "How to Be Perfect" and "Joe: A Memoir of Joe Brainard." Date: April 5, 2011 at Askwith Lecture Hall, 13 Appian Way
L’interprétation musicale comme analogue à l’interprétation des lois
Jeanne Simard, Professeure, Département des sciences économiques et administratives, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
This lesson plan is part of the DiscoverySchool.com lesson plan library for grades 6-8. It focuses on biodiversity within ecosystems and within species. Students visit a local area and collect leaves to demonstrate how diverse life can exist within a small area. Included are objectives, materials, procedures, discussion questions, evaluation ideas, suggested readings, and vocabulary. There are videos available to order which complement this lesson, an audio-enhanced vocabulary list, and links to