Miłosz: Made in America
Annual Copernicus Lecture in the Zell Visiting Writers Series. A conversation with Robert Hass, poet and Distinguished Chair of Poetry and Poetics, University of California, Berkeley; Robert Pinsky, writer, Slate poetry editor, and professor of creative writing, Boston University; and Lillian Vallée, poet and translator. With Bogdana Carpenter, professor emerita of Slavic languages and literatures, U-M; and Benjamin Paloff, assistant professor of Slavic languages and literatures and comparative
Jumping Genes - their impact on disease under study
Jumping genes are the focus of Wenfeng An, assistant professor in the WSU School of Molecular Biology. These genes, which are able to multiply and move to different genomic locations, are responsible for a wide variety of genetic outcomes, ranging from the rainbow hues seen in Indian corn to sporadic cases of colon cancer or hemophilia A. An is specifically studying how this L1 insertion (long interspersed elements type 1) is regulated in germ cells such as spermatozoa.
Altona Primary School
Spirit of Children Brings Halloween Fun to Diamond Children's
In celebration of the season, the Spirit of Children program hosted a Halloween party for patients at Diamond Children's Medical Center. Volunteers treated the young patents and their families to pumpkin painting, costume parades and Halloween-themed games and crafts.
The Multilingual Classroom
This 14 minute British video shows the techniques that are used to teach students how to teach English from students from a variety of countries. The videos shows a variety of strategies to support English Language Learners. A good video for all ESL teachers to view.
Jack Gantos: 2011 National Book Festival
Jack Gantos appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: When Jack Gantos was 7, his family relocated to Barbados, where he attended British schools. His family then moved to Florida, and in the sixth grade, he started a diary and began his life as a writer. He is well known for his "Joey Pigza" and "Rotten Ralph" series of books. His new book is "Dead End in Norvelt" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux), and he is also one of the writers of "The Exquisite Corpse Adventure," an original
Micro Local Business Enterprise Outreach
The Micro Local Business Enterprise Outreach Presentation from October 27, 2011
CRM: Making it work
CRM, customer relationship management, promised more loyal customers and much more profit for companies. Yet it has often failed to deliver the expected return from the substantial investment required. Stan Maklan describes ways to make CRM successful so that it is a win-win; a win for the customer and a win for the company.
Amy Wiener- Halloween Nanjing.mp4
Description not set
Title not set Lees een compleet projectplan over het organiseren van een student Parlement. Het project duurt een schooljaar en neemt een dubbele les per maand.
Lees een compleet projectplan over het organiseren van een student Parlement. Het project duurt een schooljaar en neemt een dubbele les per maand.
Gridding a Site (Archaeology)
This lesson will introduce students to the grid system of an archaeological site. This unit is based on Lesson 2.1 in "Intrigue of the Past: North Carolina's First Peoples", which is part of a national curriculum-development program called "Project Archaeology."
Research how plants in your area can be used to indicate climate change. Project BudBurst is a U.S. field study campaign that engages citizen scientists in making careful observations of the phenological events such as first leafing, first flower, and first fruit ripening of a diversity of trees, shrubs, flowers and grasses in their local area. Resources include K-12 Teacher Guide and Student Data Collection Sheet
Rossini, Overture to The Italian Girl in Algiers
March 22, 1969
Rossini, Overture to The Italian Girl in Algiers
MIT Symphony Orchestra (MITSO)
David Epstein, conductor
Recorded live at Kresge Auditorium, March 22, 1969
CD available at the Lewis Music Library
2011 Fites Center Dedication
The Donald V. Fites Engineering Innovation Center
Teaching: • Start in supine position on bench • Keep shoulder blades pinched together and feet flat on ground • Always keep head and hips on bench • Line hands up with bar markers for appropriate hand width; hand placement should be wide enough so when bar is lowered wrists stay in line with elbows Coaching: • After lift off from spotter lower bar to midline of chest • Lower weights in control to chest and drive weights up back to start position • Keep wrists straight and core tig
Teaching: • Start in bridge position with forearms on physioball Coaching: • Keeping a straight line from your head to your toes roll the physioball away from your body • Keep back flat and core tight • Return to start position and repeat Common Errors: • Posture is lost • Hips are flexed • Head is not neutral
Vicki Greene: “Newton’s Unfinished Business”
Watch video from the November 2 Thinking Out of the Lunchbox event. Vicki Greene, professor of Physics and Astronomy, spoke on “Newton’s Unfinished Business.” What is the universe really made of? From Newton onward, the concept of mass, or inertia, has been central to our understanding of the nature of matter in the universe. Neitherkeep reading »
Showme iPad App: Learning and Teaching Made Simple ShowMe is a global learning community - a place where anyone can learn or teach anything. Their mission is to make learning as accessible as possible, while giving great teachers and experts a platform t Tony Blair: The Learning Habit Quadruped Rocking
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair delivers the 1999 Romanes lecture, explaining what the government is seeking to achieve in its programme of education reform, and how as a nation in the 21st century we can achieve a ‘learning habit’ across society.
Teaching: • Start in quadruped position with hands under shoulders and knees under hips • Keep toes dorsiflexed and head neutral Coaching: • Perform a cat and camel (round then arched back) • Find neutral spine position and slowly sit hips back towards heels • Keep core tight Common Errors: • Posture is lost • Flexion or extension of lumbar spine • Head is not neutral
ShowMe is a global learning community - a place where anyone can learn or teach anything.
Their mission is to make learning as accessible as possible, while giving great teachers and experts a platform t
Tony Blair: The Learning Habit