BBC series - World's Best Places to See Nature's Fury takes a look at gushing geysers, the hot boiling water shoots from underground. Worlds Best tells you about the best and most exciting features of our planet and how and where to find them. The video could also be used with a lesson on geothermal energy. (04:37)
Teacher's Studio - Jenny Mandelbaum
Tisha Bender speaks with Dr. Jenny Mandelbaum, a professor within the Communication Department in the School of Communication & Information. She teaches classes of many varieties from undergraduate introductory classes to Byrnes Seminar and even graduate level courses. In this interview, she discusses how she became a teacher, the challenges of teaching large classes, strategies for keeping students focused and eager to learn, using sakai, and teaching honors classes. Inside the Teacher's Stud
Peer Advisors & Mentors (PAM) Spotlight: Thomas Lueders
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Selection of tried and trusted games to use at the beginning or at the end of a class.
Bibiana y su Mundo - Sample Questions
Sample questions on the novel Bibiana y su mundo modeled on past Leaving Cert. questions.
This organism is microscopic and does not cause disease and can be beneficial as a food source for other aquatic animals. A mm square grid is used to observe the measure of length of this organism.
Ping 140: Hyper-V on Technet, Wordament, Nook, Windows Phone Marketplace Laura was out this week but Paul didn't skip a beat and he was joined by our Hyper -V expert himself, Eric Bahna. Here's what went down:
Laura was out this week but Paul didn't skip a beat and he was joined by our Hyper -V expert himself, Eric Bahna. Here's what went down:
"April Rain Song" by Langston Hughes
This is a short video of the poem "April Rain Song", written and recited by Langston Hughes. (00:34)
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An Overview on the Therapeutics of Hypertension
This module provides an animation on an overview of therapeutics on hypertension. This material describes an interaction between a patient, Mr AA and a clinical pharmacist. Mr. AA, a 55 year old obese man, visits his general practitioner for a monthly review and is diagnosed with hypertension. He is very worried because his uncle died of hypertension recently and wants to know much about hypertension hence the GP refers him to a clinical pharmacist. The pharmacist then describes the causes, risk
The brain and spinal cord (along with nerves) make up the nervous system of animals. The nervous system is responsible for the five senses and many body activities such as movement.
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An accumulation function derivation of the properties of Hyperbolic Logarithms, a.k.a. Natural Logarithms. Original URL: http://knol.google.com/k/-/-/54i5knqm7czn/11
Glaciers, which cover about 10 percent of Earth's land surface and hold between two and three percent of its water, are found on every continent except Australia. This interactive activity adapted from the National Park Service offers a comprehensive introduction to glaciers. By exploring the different sections, users will learn where and why glaciers form, what influences their growth and decline, and how an apparently solid mass appears to flow like a river.
Global View of the Seasons (Interactive)
By measuring subtle differences in light that result from varying concentrations of plant life around the world, scientists are able to better understand Earth. These false-color images provided by the Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) Project provide visual representations of the concentrations of plant life in the oceans and on land. In this interactive activity produced for Teachers' Domain, learn how the distribution of Earth's vegetation changes over the seasons.
Lewis and Clark: Blades That Made the Cut
During the winter months, when game was scarce, the Lewis and Clark expedition would trade specialized battle axes for food with local Indian tribes. Roger Daltrey explains how these metal blades are made in this video clip and answers questions about the length of the handles. ( 2:31)
MIT Press-Provost Reif
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