DMC TV: Children of the Revolución Promo
Promotional spot for "Children of the Revolución," a 20-part documentary that chronicles the stories of families who fled Mexico and settled in Texas during the Mexican Revolution that began in 1910. The series is hosted and executive produced by advertising pioneer Lionel Sosa. DMC-TV (digital cable channel 19 on Time Warner and Grande Cable) will air two back to back episodes of "The Children of the Revolución" each week on Saturday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:00 pm beginning September 15, 20
Session 3: The eTutor and online student relationship In this session you will be introduced to the fundamentals of building an effective working relationship with your online students. The student-tutor relationship is a very important
Purpose/Aim of this session
In this session you will be introduced to the fundamentals of building an effective working relationship with your online students. The student-tutor relationship is a very important
Te Tumu: Maria Bargh – Blue Economy Aotearoa
Dr Maria Bargh, Senior Lecturer Pukenga Matua, Te Kawa a Māui - Victoria University of Wellington presents an open lecture on the topic of “Blue Economy Aotearoa”. This lecture examines the ‘Blue Economy’ in light of Māori thoughts around waste, the environment and diverse economies. The ‘Blue Economy’ focuses on re-using waste for producing new products, and encourages the creation of innovations that imitate natural ecosystems. 13 July 2012.
Cosmology, Fall 2001
Thermal backgrounds in space. Cosmological principle and its consequences: Newtonian cosmology and types of "universes"; survey of relativistic cosmology; horizons. Overview of evolution in cosmology; radiation and element synthesis; physical models of the "early stages." Formation of large-scale structure to variability of physical laws. First and last states. Some knowledge of relativity expected. 8.962 recommended though not required. This course provides an overview of astrophysical cosmolog
10 Common grammatical errors that drive teachers nuts. Hey, I'll be the first to admit that everyone makes the odd grammatical error every once inow and then. But there is an ever growing incidence of students are making unforgivable mistakes with their gram
Hey, I'll be the first to admit that everyone makes the odd grammatical error every once inow and then. But there is an ever growing incidence of students are making unforgivable mistakes with their gram
Lab: Horizontally Launched Projectiles (with uncertainty analysis)
This is a version of the time-tested lab where students roll a ball off a table top and use kinematics in two dimensions to try to predict where the ball will land. While many versions of this lab have been previously published, in this version students determine the uncertainty of all measurements and uncertainty of their prediction. The techniques and vocabulary are consistent with the Introduction to Measurement packet.
Activity: Identifying a Solid Using Density
Effective measurement techniques include the concept of measurement uncertainty. Students may make erroneous conclusions analyzing data using measurements that do not include the uncertainty of the measurement. In this lab, students determine a density range for a metal and identify the material based on this range.
Activity: Measure Your Reaction Time
This is a lab activity that allows students to collect data to practice using effective measurement. While other authors have produced similar labs, this version includes uncertainty analysis consistent with effective measurement technique as presented in the module Measurement and Uncertainty.
Lab: Measuring the Speed of Sound in Air (with uncertainty analysis)
Students use a microphone and Vernier LabQuest to record the sound of a finger-snap echo in a 1-2 meter cardboard tube. Students measure the time for the echo to return to the microphone, and measure the length of the tube. Using their measurements, students determine the speed of sound. While other authors have produced similar labs, this version includes uncertainty analysis consistent with effective measurement technique as presented in the module Measurement and Uncertainty.
Tissues and cells of root, stem, and leaf anatomy in both dicots and monocots are investigated in this learning activity.
Running dry? U.N. issues world water warning
Aug. 28 - Water shortages could fuel food price hikes and spark global instability says a U.N.-sponsored report.
Alfie Alvarado: City Hall Park
In this video clip, view the footage Alfie Alvarez captured of the evacuation of lower Manhattan from Broadway and Vesey Street just moments before the collapse of the South Tower. (1:37)
Because Of Darden
Darden's MBA Alumni, Faculty and Students share why they are successful "Because of Darden." Learn more about Darden: http://www.darden.virginia.edu/web/Home/ Working Title: Because of Darden 2012 #1 Location Photography: Cadence, Inc. (Waynesboro, VA), Woodbrook Elementary School (Charlottesville, VA), Main Street (Charlottesville, VA), UVA Credit Union (Ruckersville, VA).
Beginner - No phone line A nice and easy lesson for the beginners out there. You will learn how to explain that there is no tone on a telephone and possible reasons for the problem. The problem might be as obvious as not having paid the bill.
A nice and easy lesson for the beginners out there. You will learn how to explain that there is no tone on a telephone and possible reasons for the problem. The problem might be as obvious as not having paid the bill.
Cómo ayudar a tu hijo a superar su lengua de trapo
Descubre, en este vídeo, cómo puedes ayudar a tu hijo a superar su lengua de trapo. (4:20)
U.S. Morning Call: Isaac hits Louisiana, oil rigs spared
Aug 29 - Hurricane Isaac slammed into Louisiana this morning, causing some damage but missed oil platforms off the coast; U.S. GDP may have grown at a faster pace in Q2, according to a poll of economists.
De Carle Lectures 2011: Professor Tom Mullen – Administrative Justice: Getting It Right, Putting I
Professor Tom Mullen of the University of Glasgow, Scotland, presents the fourth and final of his 2011 De Carle lectures on the topic of “Administrative Justice: Getting It Right, Putting It Right and Learning From Mistakes”. 26 October 2011.