Exploring Sustainability in Agriculture: An Online Sustainable Agriculture Instructional Resource
Growing interest in sustainable agriculture has generated a wealth of educational materials on the many social, environmental, and agronomic topics related to this expanding field. In creating this online resource, we’ve reviewed hundreds of resources—textbooks, popular books, web sites, videos, PowerPoint presentations, and more—to identify the highest-quality and most relevant materials on sustainable agriculture available. Whether you’re teaching a 2-hour community gardening workshop
J.K. Rowling; A Year in Her Life, Part 1 of
One of the most popular authors of this era. This documentary chronicles a year in this author's life. In November 2006, in a hotel room in Edinborough, J.K. Rowling is working on the last chapters of her final Harry Potter book. The series took 17 years to write. Writer James Runcie interviews Rowling throughout this series. (4:39)
Elmo Talks about the Word "Season"
Adrian Grenier and Elmo help explain what the seasons are. Season is the time of year that is known for a certain kind of weather and there are four seasons in the year. Run time 01:58.
Four Seasons in a Year Song
This video is a song about the four seasons in each year. It is geared to younger learners. It shows images of each season and gives characteristics of each season.
Lesson 10 - Time Sense
Pick up how to say the parts of the day and year.
Lesson 13 - Time
Days of the week, months of the year, and telling time.
Great Courses Great Faculty: Dr. Albrecht Classen
Dr. Albrecht Classen teaches TRAD 104: Eroticism & Love in the Middle Ages as one of the large Centennial Hall class offerings. Dr. Classen was going to be out of the country during the second week of classes. So what could he do to cover his class while he was gone? The solution: create a special video to show students during their regular class time. Dr. Classen tell us: "Since we are all also researchers and have to attend conferences and workshops out of town, sometimes we cannot help missin
TRAD 104: An Introduction to Special Collections
Dr. Albrecht Classen introduces his TRAD 104 students to the UA Library's Special Collections during Fall Semester 2010. He and Ph.D. candidate James K. Howell meet archivist Erika Castaño who takes them into the Special Collections vault where they look at incunabula and rare books. Dr. Classen shows a collection of Chaucer's works from 1550, examines it's beautiful binding, reads the title page aloud and shows pages from the book. Later he shows students the library's replica of the Codex Ma
The instructor demonstrates how to classifying quadrilaterals based on the given information using specific attributes.
Computer Typing Lessons : Home Row on a Keyboard
Typing lessons for beginners. Learn about the functionality of home row on a keyboard in this free video. Expert: Linda Lewis Contact: www.keytime.com Bio:...
Every year that the world continues to rely on non-renewable fossil fuels for our energy needs brings us closer to needing alternatives. This video segment produced for Teachers' Domain identifies some current and future alternatives and describes some of the benefits and limitations inherent in each. The video could also be used for a lesson on transfer of energy. Closed captioning included. Run time 06:09.
Months in german
Learn to express the 12 months of the year in german. You will hear the month in German and see the German word on the screen and then the word in English will appear on the screen. This is great for beginning language learners.
Texas Tech Students Celebrate El Grito
On Wednesday, September 15th, 2010, The Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center at Texas Tech hosted "El Grito: Mexico's Bicentennial Independence." 200 years ago, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla made a decision that revolutionized the course of Mexican history. Hidalgo, a Catholic priest in the village of Dolores initiated the call for Mexico's Independence from Spain, who had exploited and oppressed Mexicans for ten generations. Every year at 11:00 p.m. on September 15, Mexicans led by the pre
Ping 80: Office 365, Ozzie blogs, Oprah loves Kinect, Re-Tweeting Fail It's the best time of the year! Time for ghosts, goblins and hot stories from the land of Microsoft.On this episode of Ping, Laura & Paul bring you all the news...with as straight faces as possible,
It's the best time of the year! Time for ghosts, goblins and hot stories from the land of Microsoft.On this episode of Ping, Laura & Paul bring you all the news...with as straight faces as possible,
Earth Systems: Drought and Air Quality
Droughts claim more victims each year than any other natural disaster. Depending on where it occurs and how long it persists, the cost of a drought can run into the billions of dollars. Droughts cause more than economic hardship, however. As this video segment adapted from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center demonstrates, droughts have a complex web of impacts that also affect us socially and environmentally. Closed captioning included. Run time 01:40.
News #52 - Top Secret Project 101 Revealed!
We’ve got a confession to make. We’ve been keeping a secret from our Innovative Language listeners…and you’re in on it! For the past year, we’ve been working on secret Project 101 – brand new website designs for all 16 sites! In addition to writing and recording new Spanish lessons, we’ve also been reading through all [...]
How Do Tornadoes Form?
On average, about 800 tornadoes occur in the United States each year. They can appear and disappear in moments, and key details about their formation are unknown. These factors make the research to understand and predict tornado occurrence extremely difficult. This video segment adapted from NOVA describes the challenges of studying tornadoes and shows how computer simulations are helping researchers observe what they can't possibly see in a real storm. Closed captioning included. Run time 06:
Hurricanes: New Orleans Under Threat
Long before Hurricane Katrina, most experts knew the city of New Orleans was vulnerable. Situated up to 3.7 meters (12 feet) below sea level, between a lake and a river, and on the hurricane-prone Gulf Coast, the city was arguably a disaster waiting to happen. This video segment adapted from NOVA scienceNOW describes the threat Hurricane Ivan posed just one year before Katrina — an ominous foreshadowing of one of the country's worst natural disasters. Closed captioning. Run time 05:46.
Moveable Museums Make Trip to D.C.
A group of New York City schoolchildren and American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) officials launched two Moveable Museums as they left on their first trip to Washington, D.C. The Moveable Museums, 37-foot-long customized recreational vehicles outfitted as exhibition spaces with specimens, videos, and interactive activities, will represented the Museum at the first-ever USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo on the National Mall on October 23-24. The Moveable Museum fleet consists of four v
Astronaut Shannon Walker Sponsors Video Contest for Greater Houston Area Students
Post Video Response—NASA astronaut Shannon Walker is hosting a video competition for students in the greater Houston area. The competition will begin Thursday, April 1, and continue through Friday, May 14, 2010. Students participating in this unique competition must answer Walkers question, Why should the United States explore space? The answer must be recorded on video and posted to YouTube at the following link, www.youtube.com/reelnasa. Walker is asking students to be as creative as pos