Is Nothing Sacred? Free Speech and Religion
Professor A C Grayling delivers the 2011 Ralf Dahrendorf Memorial Lecture, with responses by Charles Moore and Dr. Usama Hasan. Filmed on 10 June 2011.
LGO13 Off-Cycle Internship Supervisor Orientation
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Mexican dwarf orange crayfish is giving birth
Mexican dwarf orange crayfish (Cambarellus patzcuarensis var. orange) is giving birth to her CPO babies. In fact, she it shaking her abdomen to let babies go...
Anatomical structures of a dissected brain are identified in this fourth video from UCLA Interactive Neurosciences.
Space Transportation: Marshall Space Flight Center
NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center is the location of an ongoing initiative to make access to space easier and more affordable. The center conducts extensive space propulsion research; four focus areas include advanced chemical propulsion, plasma propulsion, high-powered electrical propulsion, and propellantless propulsion. There is also a lot of information about the Integrated Space Transportation System and the Space Launch Initiative, which mainly deal with reusable launch vehicles (RLV). T
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Stopping the Second 9/11
This video shows how the authorities came together to stop the Muslim terrorists who were planning another attack. It provides students with some understanding of the need for critical thinking as well as the importance of working as a team. (1:30:01)
Martin Luther King Jr. - I Have a Dream (Subtítulos en Español)
En este video, Martin Luther King Jr. da un discurso sobre las injusticias sociales que estaban común en los Estados Unidos durante los años sesentas. El discurso duro 17 minutos y fue entregado el 28 de agosto, 1963. Perfecto para una lección sobre las injusticias sociales, la retórica, o la historia. (16:34)
Género Literario (En Español)
Un video breve sobre los géneros literarios como el género lírico, el género narrativo, y el género dramático. Este video está ideal para introducir las características de cada tipo. (4:32)
Intro to Chemistry 6.3: Energy Transformations (3/3)
Join Award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry. 6.3: Energy Transformations. This video shows an endothermic reaction. ( 8:20)
Intro to Chemistry 6.5: Energy & Stoichiometry (1/2)
Join award winning teachers Aaron Sams and Jonathan Bergmann as they teach an introductory Chemistry course. Lesson 6.5: Energy and Stoichiometery. This video teaches students to incorporate energy into stoichiometeric calculations. ( 7:44)
How to Shoot a Basketball
This video provides tips for beginners on how to shoot a basketball. The proper placement of hands and feet is shown. ( 1:37)
Pictures Please – Traveling Light
Students learn that light travels in a straight line from a light source and that ray diagrams help us understand how images will be created by a lens. This prepares students for the associated activity, in which they explore the concepts behind the workings of a pinhole camera.
Normally we find things using landmark navigation. When you move to a new place, it may take you awhile to explore the new streets and buildings, but eventually you recognize enough landmarks and remember where they are in relation to each other. However, another accurate method for locating places and things is using grids and coordinates. In this activity, students will come up with their own system of a grid and coordinates for their classroom and understand why it is important to have one co
Where Am I: Navigation and Satellites
How do we know where we are? What happens if you are completely lost in the middle of nowhere? Does technology provide tools for people lost in their travels? A person cannot usually determine an accurate position just by looking out a window in the middle of the ocean or vast area of land, particularly if it has not been charted before. In this lesson, students explore the concept of triangulation that is used in navigation satellites and global positioning systems designed by engineers. Also,
Students explore the relationships among lines, slopes, and y-intercepts in the context of printing their algebra textbooks. Presented with a real-world problem, they use the cost structures of three companies to create and compare tables and graphs as they decide which printer should be chosen. The problem is then extended and ends with a letter to a Board of Education.
Weetjesquiz actua 2011-2012 : Occasionele periodes Deze uitgebreide weetjesquiz test de kennis van de actualiteit voor het schooljaar 2011-2012 over volgende periode(s):
Deze uitgebreide weetjesquiz test de kennis van de actualiteit voor het schooljaar 2011-2012 over volgende periode(s):
Hot Apps: Krashlander, NFL Pro '12, MixTapes, Weave, Network Dashboard Hot Apps will feature 5 of the hottest apps each week for the Windows Phone 7. In this episode Laura takes a look at 5 of the winning apps from the "Your APP here" monthly contest:
Hot Apps will feature 5 of the hottest apps each week for the Windows Phone 7. In this episode Laura takes a look at 5 of the winning apps from the "Your APP here" monthly contest:
UW 360 March 2011: Jacobsen Observatory
Get an up-close view of the heavens from right here on earth with a tour of the Theodor Jacobsen Observatory, open to the public for nighttime viewings. Built in 1895, the Observatory is the second-oldest building on campus with its 120-year old, 6-inch refracting telescope is still offering celestial views of the wonders of the Universe