What To Do If Your Child is a Bully
This video offers the viewer the warning signs of a bully and what to do about them.
ANSO 335-01, Modernization and Culture Change, Fall 2005
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
The Hydro Logic Cycle
The speaker in this video explains that water never disappears -- it just reappears as a different state of matter. The background in the video is a bit distracting. (01:17)
"DMC Upside": Anything But a Boat Contest
Del Mar College students took part in an engineering contest sponsored by the Science, Engineering and Math Majors Organization. The Oct. 22, 2012 contest consisted of two competitions: a mass-holding contest and a propulsion race. This segment of the "DMC Upside" television program was featured in the November 2012 edition, which airs on cable channel 19 in Corpus Christi. The "DMC Upside" is produced by DMC TV.
Tóraíocht Dhiarmada and Ghráinne
What type of person was Fionn? What type of personality did he have? All questions will be answered here.
President Jackson: Cherokees, Tariffs and Nullification
A brief look at Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act of 1830 is the subject of this three minute video. It tells the way the Act was fought by the tribe and they were backed by the Supreme Court. Jackson ignored this and thousands of Native Americans died in the Trail of Tears episode. The Nullification Act is also explained as the South starts to fight the Constitution and start steps resulting in the Civil War at a later date.
Sustaining enterprise education
This presentation examines the impact of enterprise education on the career aspiration, decisions and intentions of HE students
Jonathan Raban on Wendy and Lucy Jonathan Raban speaks with Charles Petersen about Kelly Reichardt’s film Wendy and Lucy and the stories of Jon Raymond, and about how these works illuminate—and are illuminated by—the socioeconomic realities of the Pacific Northwest.
Jonathan Raban speaks with Charles Petersen about Kelly Reichardt’s film Wendy and Lucy and the stories of Jon Raymond, and about how these works illuminate—and are illuminated by—the socioeconomic realities of the Pacific Northwest.
How to Use a Thesaurus for Essays
How to Use a Thesaurus for Essays. Part of the series: How to Write an Essay. Learn how to use a thesaurus while writing essays in this free video on writing essays.
BrainingCamp online middle school math software features rich and engaging content that enables students to apply their knowledge and skills to solve real-world problems. (03:44)
Home Schooling Study Skills
This two minute video is about study skills for home schooling
includes keeping a regular schedule, keeping the focus on learning
throughout the day and using outside resources, such as libraries and
SAT Passages: Avoiding Wrong Answer Choices
This video addresses how to avoid wrong answer choices on the critical reading portion of the SAT. Tips given include not reading everything, reading above and below, and reading one passage at a time. Then the video tells what parts to focus on reading and why not to read everything. The video ends before the lecture is finished, but the information provided is still quite useful for the SAT and other standardized tests.
How To Juggle - Beginner's Lesson
Learn how to juggle three balls, lesson starts with two-ball basics and then moves up to three. Choose sand filled balls so they don't roll away. Start by throwing 1 ball to the other had at eye level, making smooth circular motion.
Populism, Social Change and Our World
In this special one and half hour edition of Bill Moyers Journal, The Journal travels to Iowa where one group has been helping ordinary citizens fight for change for more than three decades. And, Bill Moyers and populist Jim Hightower to look at the history and legacy of people's movements and discuss how ordinary people can reclaim political power. And, Acclaimed author Barry Lopez joins Bill Moyers to discuss nature, spirit and the human condition. Lopez is an essayist, author and short-story
Shellar Garcia: Fluid Horizons
Architecture Final Reviews were presented by students in the Architecture Program at California College of the Arts. Filmed at CCA's San Francisco campus April 27--29, 2012, 9 a.m.--7 p.m. The horizon line is created by the convergence of the Earth's surface and the sky. In architecture, the site or ground acts as part of the horizon, where buildings impose their presence, therefore fragmenting the horizon. Can architectural structures be seamlessly spliced into the horizon line to form new flu
Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, Sine, Cosine, and Tangent
Interactive simulation, formulae for sine, cosine and tangent
Physics and Astronomy Professor Joe Carson Stargazing Beyond Our Solar System
In 2009, College of Charleston physics and astronomy professor Joe Carson was a leader of a team of researchers from Germany's Max Planck Institute for Astronomy that took an image of what they're calling a "planet-like object" more than 50 light years from Earth. Though scientists have been discovering planets beyond our solar system for more than a decade (about 400 exoplanets have been found), it's incredibly rare to obtain a direct image. Usually, these exoplanets are detected indirectly, su
Pablo Picasso biography (1 of 9)
A biography of the Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso. Abundant information about the artist, his art, and his life. This video includes some actual footage of Picasso himself. Picasso was a spanish painter and sculptor who lived from 1881-1973. He experimented with different techniques and theories. Much of his work centered around cubism.