mhhe: Mental Health and Initial Teacher Education
mhhe: Mental Health and Initial Teacher Education is part of an initiative from the Higher Education Academy looking at mental health issues across a range of subjects. This site looks at education and specifically the topic of how mental health issues can be part of the process of Initial Teacher Education. It covers subjects such as: emotional wellbeing in schools, counselling and relationships with other child welfare bodies. It features an annotated list of resources under headings; reports
6.033 - Lecture 2 recorded on 2/13/2012
recorded on 2/13/2012
Evolving board evaluation fuctions for a complex strategy game
The development of board evaluation functions for complex strategy games has been approached in a variety of ways. The analysis of game interactions is recognized as a valid analogy to common real-world problems, which often present difficulty in designing algorithms to solve them. Genetic programming, as a branch of evolutionary computation,provides advantages over traditional algorithms in solving these complex real-world problems in speed, robustness and flexibility. This thesis attempts to a
OZK 150: Introduction to Ozarks Studies - Lecture 10: Ozarks Music
In this lecture Dr. Blevins surveys Ozarks traditional music, concentrating on varieties of ballads from ancient British story songs brought to America by colonial immigrants to regional songs recounting events that took place in the Ozarks. This course provides a multidisciplinary introduction to the study of the Ozarks region and its inhabitants, including Ozarks history and geography, regional folk culture and traditions, and current issues. Learn more about Missouri State iCourses at http:
OER and Health Education: the Potential of Openly Licensed Digital Content This paper explores the potential of Open Educational Resources (OER) to expand access to health education. This document was featured in the July 2011 Newsletter for the Medical Education Partnership Ini
This paper explores the potential of Open Educational Resources (OER) to expand access to health education. This document was featured in the July 2011 Newsletter for the Medical Education Partnership Ini
Ocean Acidification Symposium - The metal isotope toolbox: a case study in the Southern Ocean
The Ocean Acidification Symposium was presented by the Centre for Chemical and Physical Oceanography, in November of 2012. The day-long symposium featured brief presentations from a wide range of researchers, of which this is one: Dr Melanie Gault-Ringold explores the role of bioactive metals in the lives of southern Ocean phytoplankton. This talk looks at the role of cadmium and other metals, and how southern ocean phytoplankton differ form their northern cousins
The British Empire - Course Trailer
Societies of the World 14: The British Empire -- Maya Jasanoff (History)
Medical Implications of Immigration Detention in the UK
Frank Arnold, Medical Justice Network, gives a talk for the third session of the workshop; Conditions of Immigration Detention.
US Marines Battle of Iwo Jima
(newsreel footage) The battle was marked by some of the fiercest fighting of the campaign. The Imperial Japanese Army positions on the island were heavily fortified, with vast bunkers, hidden artillery, and 18 kilometers (11 mi) of tunnels. The battle was the first American attack on the Japanese Home Islands and the Imperial soldiers defended their positions tenaciously. Of the 21,000 Japanese soldiers present at the beginning of the battle, over 20,000 were killed and only 216 taken prisoner.
Battle For Stalingrad
A brief history of the Soviet/German battle for the city of Stalingrad. This video shows footage of the final stage of Operation Barbarosa. The German commander of the Sixth Army, General von Paulus, assisted by the Fourth Panzer Army, began it's attack of a small Russian city on the banks of the Volga River. (3:14)
Multiplying Bigger Numbers
In this video segment from Cyberchase, every time Delete sneezes he creates three clones of himself. The CyberSquad uses their knowledge of multiplication to figure out how many clones exist after Delete sneezes 103 times. (2:21)
15.269B Literature, Ethics and Authority (MIT)
Our subject is the ethics of leadership, an examination of the principles appealed to by executive authority when questions arise about its sources and its legitimacy. Most treatments of this subject resort to case-studies in order to illustrate the application of ethical principles to business situations, but our primary emphasis will be upon classic works of imaginative literature, which convey more directly than case-studies the ethical pressures of decision-making. Readings will include work
London provisioner's chronicle, 1550-1563, by Henry Machyn
This website, from the Scholarly Publishing Office at the University of Michigan, provides free online access to a valuable source of historical information on London's history, and particularly a history of funeral processions. The website provides access to a London Provisioner's Chronicles, from 1550-1563, as well as information on the original manuscript and its history, the original transcription of the manuscript, the enhanced text, and the modernisation of the text. Furthermore, the tex
Literaturno-memorialnyi muzei F. M. Dostoevskogo
Literaturno-memorialnyi muzei F. M. Dostoevskogo is the beautifully produced, easy to navigate, detailed site of the Petersburg Dostoevsky museum. The site provides: biographical information about the writer in chronological format, with family portraits; a link to the sub-site Dostoevskys Image (catalogued separately); a chronology of literary works with links to overviews and to the full-text source; detailed descriptions of (and links to) six other Dostoevsky museums; photographs of Dostoev
The Art and Craft of Inspired Writing (Charles Johnson)
Literary leader Charles Johnson didn't ask to become famous, his characters just begged to be unleashed. This University of Washington professor of creative writing and author of "Middle Passage" joins Upon Reflection host Marcia Alvar in a 1991 interview about character development, critical reactions and the effects of literature on greater society.
SoLoMo Chicago | BizSpark StartUp Stories Douglas Crets sits down to talk to Deepak Rao, Chief Revenue Officer of SoLoMo. .
Douglas Crets sits down to talk to Deepak Rao, Chief Revenue Officer of SoLoMo.
Intervention in Libya: A Humanitarian Success?
Professor Alan Kuperman (Texas) gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW seminar series on 24th April 2012.
MSU Grad at a glance: Susan Krans
Susan Krans, MSU doctoral candidate, said that she did not choose geosciences, but that they chose her. To read more, go to http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2014/grad-at-a-glance-susan-krans/
Aesop Fable--"The Fox and the Crane" (Through the Art Style of Gustav Courbet)
In this fable, fox invited the crane to dinner. The crane accepted the invitation and fox had prepared soup for his mate. But as we all know that foxes are cunning by nature, he served the soup in flat dishes. So, he himself lapped the crane's share with his tongue enjoying its relish a lot. But the crane could not enjoy it at all with his long beak and had to get back home hungry. The shrewd fox felt extremely amused. After few days, the crane invited the fox to dine in with him. The