In this video from Outdoor Nevada, learn about the habitat, diet, and defense mechanisms of horned lizards.
"Add 'Em Up"- A Song About Basic Addition
This computer-animated song shows students how to add one to one-digit numbers. The video strives to provide a conceptual understanding of the concept by showing each problem with cubes and numbers. Students can use cubes to demonstrate the problems as the video plays. ( 3:18)
Reading, vocabulary, grammar: Auf welchem Gleis fährt of the Zug ab?
At the end of this lesson you can read a train timetable in German, you can practice declension of articles and adjectives.
Adolescent Literacy Part II
This project is designed to put relevant and helpful online resources into the hands of teachers making the transition between Strategic Reading and Second Semester English. You will find a list of Read-Alike resources, Rubric Generators, and downloadable blank templates for planning weekly reading and/or writing lessons.
Your Weight on Other Worlds
You may have heard that the moon has less gravity than the earth does. Does that mean you weigh less?
An overview of Second Life - Technical glossary
What do you think of this resource? Please click http://svy.mk/e6BP1G to complete a quick survey. This Technical Glossary video aims to give an overview of the possibilities of the online virtual world, Second Life from Linden Lab. Downloading and installing the software, setting up an avatar, and a quick overview of the virtual world is discussed. Visit the Learning to Teach Online project http://bit.ly/d18ac5.
Multiple Sclerosis - Sensory Exam - Cortical (Integrative) Sub-exam - Patient 20
Janie is a 39-year-old Caucasian female who initially presented with weakness and L'Hermitte’s phenomena at the age of 35. Initially mistaken as a TIA, MRI of the brain revealed numerous plaques in the white matter suggesting Multiple Sclerosis. Her lumbar puncture initially failed to demonstrate the presence of oligoclonal bands, but since progression of the disease over the past few years bands have developed.
Sara Seager on Exoplanets the Search for Habitable Worlds
Big Ideas presents Sara Seager of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology discussing Exoplanets and the Search for Habitable Worlds
8.04.2011 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainieren Sie Ihr Hörverstehen mit authentischen Materialien. Nutzen Sie die Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Freitag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Knapp vier Wochen nach der Erdbeben- und Tsunami-Katastrophe in Japan ist der Nordosten des Landes von einem neuen schweren Erdstoß der Stärke 7,4 erschüttert worden. Die Behörden erließen vorübergehend eine Tsunami-Warnung. Nach jüngsten Angaben kamen mindestens vier Menschen ums Leben, 140 wurden verletzt. T
Tommaso Treu and Mike Shara Discuss Super Massive Black Holes
Mike Shara, curator in the Department of Astrophysics at the American Museum of Natural History, sat down with Tommaso Treu, physics professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, to discuss the importance of understanding super massive black holes and dark matter at the 217th American Astronomical Society meeting in Seattle, Washington. Treu also explained how he came to work in this specialized field. For more information, visit http://www.amnh.org
Terrorism, Peace, and Other Inconsistencies
This course addresses a set of inter-related questions that have become central to peace and security in the modern era, at both the domestic and international levels. What is the history and rationale for contemporary terrorism, including suicide terrorism? What does the rise of al-Qaeda terror mean for a host of problematic issues including the relationship between the Western and Islamic worlds, the future of peace in the Middle East, the future of various western foreign policy actions? What
Space Week: Mars Underground, Part 1
Is man's fate tied to the Red Planet? Scientists debate the future of space exploration.
Small Regulatory RNAs May Sharpen Spatial Expression Patterns
The precise establishment of gene expression patterns is a crucial step in development. Formation of a sharp boundary between high and low spatial expression domains requires a genetic mechanism that exhibits sensitivity, yet is robust to fluctuations, a demand that may not be easily achieved by morphogens alone. Recently, it has been demonstrated that small RNAs (and, in particular, microRNAs) play many roles in embryonic development. Whereas some RNAs are essential for embryogenesis, others ar
Deer are unusual because they are mammals but they don't make tracks with paw-shaped marks. Deer walk on hooves, and these hooves make different tracks than paws do.
A Conversation on Leadership
Her “journey to the top” is one that “could only happen in the United States of America,” says Ursula Burns, describing her rise from New York City projects to the apex of corporate leadership at Xerox. For an eager audience of management students, Burns also highlights lessons from her early years and 30-year career.
Engineering Solutions to the Problems of Cancer
Engineers “bring a new set of tools and a new way of looking at problems posed by biologists,” says
Paula T. Hammond, and are proving integral to advances in cancer diagnostics and therapies. Hammond cites evidence of bioengineering breakthroughs against the disease: the design of micron-sized posts that can identi
The closure meeting The final meeting is a time for celebrating successful completion. It could have a similar format to the launch meeting, and involve many of the same people. It might include: reviewing the outputs or outcomes; confirming the arrangements for any follow-up work; thanking the team, the sponsor(s) and the stakeholders for their support; presenting the completion report for approval and sign-off.
The final meeting is a time for celebrating successful completion. It could have a similar format to the launch meeting, and involve many of the same people. It might include:
reviewing the outputs or outcomes;
confirming the arrangements for any follow-up work;
thanking the team, the sponsor(s) and the stakeholders for their support;
presenting the completion report for approval and sign-off.
"Literary Interpretation: Literature and Urban Experience, Spring 2009"
" Alienation, overcrowding, sensory overload, homelessness, criminality, violence, loneliness, sprawl, blight. How have the realities of city living influenced literature's formal and thematic techniques? How useful is it to think of literature as its own kind of "map" of urban space? Are cities too grand, heterogeneous, and shifting to be captured by writers? In this seminar we will seek answers to these questions in key city literature, and in theoretical works that endeavor to understand the
" Over the Hump and Jump"- Counting with Transitional Numbers
This computer-animated video provides practice counting with transitional numbers, numbers ending with nine. The video shows the "nine" numbers climbing to the top of a mountain with the "tens" number being the summit. Many examples are given. ( 2:55)
Stations of Light
Student groups rotate through four stations to examine light energy behavior: refraction, magnification, prisms and polarization. They see how a beam of light is refracted (bent) through various transparent mediums. While learning how a magnifying glass works, students see how the orientation of an image changes with the distance of the lens from its focal point. They also discover how a prism works by refracting light and making rainbows. And, students investigate the polar nature of light usin