1600-1700: The Baroque - Smart History
The Baroque style in Catholic Flanders and Protestant Holland as exemplified by Peter Paul Rubens's Elevation of the Cross, oil on canvas, 1610-11 (Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp) and Rembrandt van Rijn's Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp, oil on canvas, 1632, (Mauritshuis, The Hague). (12:42)
Ontdek met Piraten In dit educatieve spel worden de jonge schatzoekers aangemoedigd om te ontdekken en te verkennen door het spoor te volgen op de schatkaart. Negen uitdagingen staan voor de kleuters klaar. Ontdek met piraten biedt negen games, met …
In dit educatieve spel worden de jonge schatzoekers aangemoedigd om te ontdekken en te verkennen door het spoor te volgen op de schatkaart. Negen uitdagingen staan voor de kleuters klaar.
Ontdek met piraten biedt negen games, met …
How to Use Imgur--Store and Add Images
Imgur is a great site that is easy to use. It lets you submit images that it will host for you and then gives you an address (or HTML code) for that picture to be embedded on a blog, wiki, or anywhere else. You can also use this as a simple image editor. Quick, easy, and very useful to teachers who want to add images to their websites or on-line profiles without having to do a lot of hard work. This is great resource to help enhance technology instruction in the classroom. (3:20)
Coordinate Geometry (Interactive)
Identify points in the first quadrant of a grid using ordered pairs. Name the coordinates of a point plotted in the first quadrant. Graph points in the first quadrant on a grid using ordered pair. State the missing coordinate of a figure in the first quadrant of a coordinate grid using geometric properties. (e.g. find the coordinates of the missing vertex of a rectangle when two adjacent sides are drawn) Graph a polygon in the first quadrant using ordered pair. Graph data points in (x,y) form in
Churchill's Secret Bunkers
During World War II, a secret network of tunnels was built under London to keep Churchill's communications lines intact. In this video clip, learn more about Churchill’s secret underground bunkers during the German air raids. (3:47)
Cellular process: Absorption
The process of absorption is a cellular process (microscopic). Absorption cells line the stomach and intestine walls and allow small nutrients (broken down from the food we eat) to pass through and into our blood. The process of absorption is much like a leaking balloon filled with water. The balloon is the stomach or intestine, the tiny holes are the absorption cells, and the water is nutrients leaving.
AICGS At Issue Interview: Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg
AICGS Executive Director Jack Janes and Senior Fellow Alexander Privitera sat down with Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, former Minister for Economic Affairs and Defense Minister for Germany, to discuss the common challenges facing Germany and the United States in today's global agenda.
Guercino, St Luke Displaying a Painting of the Virgin, 1652-53 - Smart History at Khan Academy
Guercino, St. Luke Displaying a Painting of the Virgin, oil on canvas, 1652-53 (Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City) (08:28)
La Sangre - video en español
En este video tienen una descripción de la sangre y de las células sanguíneas. (4:19)
USAWC Class of 2012 Seminar 3
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Catching Bats in the Caribbean
Drought displaces Somalis
June 30 - Aid agencies are concern with displaced Somalis due to drought after already facing one of the worst humanitarian crisis in the ongoing conflict. Sophia Soo reports.
Dollar Diversification Helps Euro
June 30 - The diversity of euro zone economies means investors can chose which risk they take on and this should help maintain the single currency's strength despite the Greek debt crisis, two top analysts say.
Word Transformer (Interactive Game)
Word Transformer is a fun, musical game that teaches kids how transformer letters change the sounds in words. The goal for this game is transformer -h-.
Toy Painting (Interactive Game)
Practice Spanish vocabulary related to color and numbers in this painting activity. Paint the number of toys with the color stated.
Connect the States (Interactive Game)
Learn about state animals, food, flags and other facts. Develop skills in matching with this online interactive matching game.
Art That Tells a Story (Interactive)
This interactive activity, adapted from material provided by the ECHO partners, presents images of nine artifacts from the collection of the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. Many of these objects were included in "Uncommon Legacies," an exhibit of 18th and 19th century Native American art, which the museum presented in 2003. Each image relates to narratives in multiple ways and could be used in an art class, writing class, or social studies class.
Why Study The Proslogion of St Anselm with Karen Kilby
Anselm of Canterbury (c.1033-1109) most famous book is The Proslogion -- and a few early chapters of that book have been extracted to form the basis of what modern philosophers call 'the ontological proof' for the existence of God. Here Karen Kilby, in conversation with Tom O'Loughlin (both of whom have written about The Proslogion), she challenges that accepted reading and even the idea that there is an 'ontological proof' in Anselm.
Testing Sewage Water to Track Cocaine Usage
A Texas Tech doctoral student has done research and discovered there are traceable amounts of cocaine in the Lubbock water system.
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