Finding Patterns in Tiles (Interactives)
Review area and perimeter of rectangles. Use formulas to solve problems and investigate how charts can assist in pattern recognition and making predictions.
Nursing Pinning June 15, 2012
GRCC Nursing Pinning Ceremony June 15, 2012
Oregon State University Commencement 2012 timelapse
A timelapse of OSU's 2012 Commencement ceremony where First Lady Michelle Obama gave the commencement address.
Gauguin, Cézanne, Matisse: Visions of Arcadia
June 20, 2012 - September 3, 2012: The theme of an earthly paradise, or Arcadia, has been popular in theater, poetry, music, and art since antiquity. This exhibition explores the theme in three such paintings of the time: Paul Gauguin’s Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? (1898), Paul Cézanne’s The Large Bathers (1906), and Henri Matisse’s Bathers by a River (1909-17).
Happy birthday Tent Theatre!
The curtain has gone up on the 50th season of Tent Theatre. With the official birthday of Tent on June 26, these members of the cast and crew share their birthday wishes for the Missouri State University icon.
Linear Regression and Correlation: Scatter Plots
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module provides an overview of Linear Regression and Correlation: Scatter Plots as a part of Collaborative Statistics collection (col10522) by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean.
Inside the Teacher's Studio - Rudy Bell
Inside the Teacher's Studio is a program featuring teachers from around Rutgers University. Watch to learn more about the diverse classes offered at Rutgers, the innovative teaching strategies used in different disciplines and class formats, and the overall process of becoming and growing as a teacher. This episode features Rudy Bell, a professor at the History Department, in the School of Arts & Sciences at Rutgers University. He discusses his unique classes, 'Dying Divas' and 'History in th
The Consultation Assessment and Improvement Instrument enables the observer to identify explicitly particular consultation strengths and weaknesses, as a prelude to providing specific feedback on how to overcome weaknesses and enhance strengths.
Soul of a People: Writing America's Story - (Full Episode)
Roosevelt's New Deal gave work to writers as well as laborers; through one of the most controversial government programs of the time, WPA authors discovered and documented depression-era America. (1:33:12)
Faculty of Law: Public Law Toolbox: Why it Matters
Mai Chen of CHENPALMER Law Specialists, and distinguished Otago Law alumna discusses New Zealand Public and Employment Law. Mai has recently had her book, Public Law Toolbox published, and she has contributed greatly to public and employment law discourse in New Zealand.
UT Law Professor Garrick Pursley on SCOTUS Healthcare Ruling
WTOL Media Coverage
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings Discusses How Education Affects the Dallas Economy
From your Block to the Boardroom: Why High-Quality Education is Our Ethical Responsibility. Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and community leaders discuss the community's ethical role in supporting public education. Mike Rawlings discusses the need for high-quality education in relation to job creation. For more information and to view related content, visit http://www.smu.edu/Provost/Ethics/Events/PastEvents/Block2Boardroom
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EAHA Day 3 Session 5B: Drought And Water Scarcity Lecture
Universities in the Eastern Africa Region have come together to implement an initiative Health Emergency Management Program (HEMP) that will build the capacity of local governments in the region to manage and plan for response to major disasters of public health importance. The Eastern African Region is prone to many natural and technological disasters of different kinds. There is not one nation in the region that is not vulnerable to the devastating effects of these disasters. Many of these dis
Up, Up and Away! - Airplanes
The airplanes unit begins with a lesson on how airplanes create lift, which involves a discussion of air pressure and how wings use Bernoulli's Principle to change air pressure. Following the lessons on lift, students explore the other three forces acting on airplanes — thrust, weight and drag. Following these lessons, students learn how airplanes are controlled and use paper airplanes to demonstrate these principles. The final lessons addresses societal and technological impacts airplanes hav
Through ten lessons and numerous activities, students explore the natural universal rules engineers and physicists use to understand how things move and stay still. Together, these rules are called “mechanics.” The study of mechanics is a way to improve our understanding of everyday movements, such as how gravity pulls things together, how objects balance, spin and twirl, and how things fly and fall. While studying Newton's three laws of motion, students gain hands-on experience with the con
Promethean Planet--How Can I Get the Most Out of a Page?
This informative video shows several tips and strategies for using the Promethean board to enhance technology instruction in the classroom. The instructors shows how to label countries and pull up internet to show facts about country. (1:25)