Teaching Tomorrow's Economists I am happy to announce that the Teacher's Manual is now available for my introductory textbook, Lessons for the Young Economist. For those readers who are unfamiliar with it, let me explain that the student text was
I am happy to announce that the Teacher's Manual is now available for my introductory textbook, Lessons for the Young Economist. For those readers who are unfamiliar with it, let me explain that the student text was
COM300 Session 10 Spring 2012
Organizational Communications with Geri Girardin 03/09/12 Guest: Brad Wald
TED415 Session 8 Spring 2012
TED415 Session 8 Spring 2012 Multicultural Education with Jeffrey Miller "Bullying"
The Bacchae (30:00)
This video introduces one of the greatest of Greek tragedies, The Bacchae of Euripides, a story of Dionysus and his followers, and the effect they have on Thebes, and its young leader, Pentheus. Several experts are interviewed and help add depth to the video. For older students and needs to be previewed for content.
Redwoods: The Tallest Trees
Photographer Nick Nichols spent a year planning the nearly impossible: a top-to-bottom photograph of a 300-foot-tall redwood tree. (01:28)
That's What Leprechauns Do - By Eve Bunting
A fun book to read for St. Patricks Day about leprechauns causing a bit of trouble. This read aloud is done by Mrs. Boyle.(7:52)
El Condor Pasa original perou (flute)
El cóndor pasa est d'abord une œuvre théâtrale musicale classée traditionnellement comme zarzuela, d'où est extraite la célèbre chanson du même nom. La musiq...
In this 19 minute video Tim O'Keefe and his third graders meet with their Book Buddies, fifth graders in Julie Waugh's class, in this classroom visit. The two classes have chosen to talk together about Chicken Sunday by Patricia Polacco. Over two days,
the Book Buddies read and discuss the assigned section of the book, then meet as a group to discuss their reading and their responses. Mr. O'Keefe and Ms. Waugh explain the process as it unfolds, and demonstrate their roles in supporting th
PSYC 338-01, Tests and Measurements, Fall 1998
This course is designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of the psychometric principles of test construction. Students will be exposed to various widely used tests in the areas of intelligence, personality, psychopathology, and vocational/occupational interests. Students will also gain assessment experience with individuals and/or groups including administering and interpreting testing protocols.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by
2012 Tri-County Job & Career Fair
Come to the College of Southern Maryland's annual Tri-County Job & Career Fair. This free job fair, which is open to students and community, will be held Tuesday, April 10th for 10am - 2 pm at the La Plata Campus' Physical Education Center. For more information, visit www.csmd.edu/careerservices.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law-Morris Dees speech.
Morris Dees, the founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, spoke to students at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.
Michael Porter on value-based health care delivery
UCLPartners and the Greater London Authority hosted a meeting for leaders and future leaders of London's health and social care system on 29 February, 2012. Professor Michael Porter (Harvard Business School) provided an introduction to value-based mental health care. By focusing on value, Porter believes the NHS can reduce costs whilst improving services. Further information: http://www.uclpartners.com/events/archived-events/delivering-value-based-health-care-maximising-outcomes-for-every-poun
Ancient Chinese Space Travel
On Discovery Channel's "Massive Engines," host Chris Barrie explains how Ancient Chinese official Wan Hu attempted to travel to space using a chair, a kite and 47 fire arrows. (0:49)
The Asclepius Sanctuary
Asclepius, the ancient god of healing, was the focal point of a cult that swept of Greecce. The Asclepius sanctuary was the pre-cursor to the modern day health spa. Learn more about ancient Greece in this clip from the Science Channel's "What the Ancients Knew" series. (0:44)
Cómo empezó la Segunda Guerra Mundial - en español
Una de las causas de la Segunda Guerra Mundial fueron las ideologías
totalitarias, como el nazismo en Alemania, el fascismo en Italia o el
comunismo en Rusia. (4:30)
Travelling along the Didcot to Newbury Line
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Bile Duct Cancer – Rare but Numbers are Growing
By: mdanderson Download from itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/bile-duct-cancer-rare-but/id431848216?i=111464398. Bile duct cancer (cholangiocarcinoma) is rare. There are 4,000 – 5,000 newly-diagnosed cases in the United States each year, and the numbers are growing. It’s important to get the disease treated at a multidisplinary facility that specializes in bile duct cancer. Thomas Aloia, M.D., Assistant Professor in Surgical Oncology; Boris Blechacz, M.D., Assistant Professor in t
De Taalbende Met deze applicatie kan je woorden uit De Taalbende 2de leerjaar oefenen op de iPad. Wat kan je met deze applicatie doen?
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Book 1 - Ch 14 - The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells
Book 1: The Coming of the Martians - Chapter 14: In London. Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox. Read by Rebecca.