The Earth's Moon Phases
We will be learning about the stages (phases) of the moon. We will see how the moon can seem magical as it appears and then disappears!
Leaves of Grass
This lesson explores Walt Whitman's his most well known body of works, Leaves of Grass. Published in 1855, Leaves of Grass was met with initial criticism, but was eventually regarded as one of the most innovative collections of poetry ever penned. By the end of this lesson, you should be familiar with the work, and able to discuss its importance.
Urethral Catheters: A Historical Review
In the Graeco-Roman era and in the Middle Ages in Europe, S-shaped bronze catheters with one terminal eye were in common use. In the East, the evolution of urethral catheters started with the firm establishment of Muslim supremacy, and by 1013, straight or one-curve catheters made of gold, silver, copper, lead or salve of white lead with a rounded end and many side holes and a stylet were the standard instruments. Then in Europe in 1853 a prototype of the Foley catheter was designed. The next im
First in America: The Impact of Scholarships
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TED415 Session 14 Spring 2011
TED415 Multicultural Education Session Fourteen 05/08/11 Jeff Miller Guest: Noriko Nakada, Through Eyes Like Mine
IDS336 Session 1 Summer 2011
IDS336 Human Rights Session One 05/10/11 Emily Magruder
Ready to Lead Summit - Congressional Hispanic Caucus
Congressional Hispanic Caucus. Held on the campus of CSU Dominguez Hills on April 9th, 2011
Music of Old San Juan: Spirit of the City
Produced by Tyler Tilliage, Owen Hutchinson, and Erin Good for the Salsa Meets Jazz SSIR class, 2011, taught by Dr. Mike Davison, University of Richmond.
Social Sector Investment
Emerging social sector leaders participate in the 2011 American Express Leadership Academy at Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Jordan & Jessica - 60 Second Impressions, Sutton Trust Summer Schools
The Sutton Trust Summer Schools are subject-specific residential courses for Year 12 students from UK state-maintained schools, which aim to provide an insight into life as a first-year undergraduate studying at the University of Cambridge. Classics, Education, Engineering and Mathematics... these are just a few of the subjects which prospective students can sample at the Sutton Trust Summer Schools in Cambridge. In this 1 minute film, Jordan & Jessica, two students on the Chemistry Summer Scho
Planet Taco: The Globalization of Mexican Cuisine
Jeffrey M Pilcher grew up in the Midwest and is now a professor of history at the University of Minnesota. He has been fascinated by Mexican cuisine since his first visit to New Mexico, when a mouthful of salsa sent steam boiling out his ears. His current research project, to eat Mexican food in as many countries as possible, provides the material for "Planet Taco." Mexican food has joined Chinese and Italian as one of the three most popular ethnic varieties in the United States, although many
Winter Storm Activity
This project explores factors that help create severe winter weather. An interactive simulation provides hands-on experience, followed by guiding questions and resource exploration.
How To Keep Your Children Safe On The Internet
This 3:15 video is ideal for parents to use it as offers a step-by-step plan to prepare a student to use the Internet.
Guide to the Papers of Michael Cherniavsky, 1922-1973
The collection contains the works of Dr. Michael Cherniavsky, including manuscripts, notes, articles, and lectures. Dr. Cherniavsky was professor of Russian medieval history with a specialty in 15th and 16th century Russian political theory.
Guide to the Records of Leonard P. Kane Relating to the Appraisal of Properties for Proposed Nike Mi
This collection contains the property appraisal records of Leonard P. Kane, appraiser, for private property to be used by the United States Army for the building of twelve Nike air defense missile bases surrounding Pittsburgh, PA, 1954-1958.
Vocabulary: Les fournitures de bureau.
At the end of this lesson you will be able to name and describe a number of office supplies.
Alumni Profile: Juan Pablo Hernandez de Alba SEP39(1996), Managing Director and Partner, Easyfairs C Space science and Climate change How To Make Yeast Cells Thrive RSC Wednesday Seminars 2011: 'Collective amnesia' - refugees and the problem of History
Juan Pablo Hernandez de Alba SEP39(1996) reflects on his career and time at the School.
As part of Mt Stromlo’s centenary celebrations for 2011, this lecture series provides an opportunity to hear from experts in space science technology. In order to understand fully the causes of climate change we must understand the complex interactions that control our environment on a global scale. Space assets provide the most effective way of studying the conditions, composition and changes of our atmosphere/biosphere on a planet-wide scale. This talk will first explore what is 'known'
Students set up and run the experiments they designed in the lesson Population Growth in Yeasts, using simple yeast-molasses cultures in test tubes. Population growth is indicated by the amount of respiration occurring in the cultures, which in turn is indicated by the growth of carbon dioxide bubbles trapped within the culture tubes. Using this method, students can test for a variety of environmental influences, such as temperature, food supply, and pH.
This podcast was recorded at the Refugee Studies Centre's fourth Wednesday Public Seminar of Hilary Term 2011. This podcast was recorded at the Refugee Studies Centre's fourth Wednesday Public Seminar of Hilary Term 2011, which was on Wednesday 9th February 2011 at Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Philip Marfleet, spoke on the subject of 'Collective amnesia' - refugees and the problem of History.
Space science and Climate change
How To Make Yeast Cells Thrive
RSC Wednesday Seminars 2011: 'Collective amnesia' - refugees and the problem of History