This video is done with a class and shows them reciting a rap about improper and mixed fractions, simplifying fractions, area, perimeter, and more. A fun video for students to emulate. Lyrics are not included. (02:33)
In this video segment from WILD TV, we learn that pigeons were domesticated and used to deliver messages in the days of Caesar. They were brought to North America in 1606. While pigeons are wild animals, they rely on humans for their survival in cities. Many pigeons thrive in urban centers by eating scrap foods from people. Historically, pigeons made their homes in cliffs on the European coasts but today they can be found living in the eaves and on ledges of tall buildings. They have an inc
ENGL 201-01, Introduction to Fiction Writing, Fall 2007
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
This artefact outlines the creation of a new website for Innovation North students holding details of all work placements (short, long term, voluntary, paid).The Institute for Enterprise funded the project and the money helped pay a student to maintain the website for a year
PSYC 485-01, Senior Seminar, Fall 1998
The primary objective of this course is to have you demonstrate the critical thinking skills indicative of a senior level psychology major. You will demonstrate critical thinking skills in weekly essays, class discussions, an oral presentation, and one term paper. It is my wish, along with the rest of the psychology faculty that you will think critically about the questions that are currently being asked in our field. At this stage in your education, you should be able to pose a narrowly focused
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
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
Muslim Scholars developed institutions of learning and even created encyclopedias as learning facilities. Learn more about the Muslim Empire in this video clip from Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery." (2:32)
MUS 160-05, Applied piano, Fall 2004
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.,This course consists of weekly 45-minute piano lessons, three performance classes, attendance at two designated music-related events, and listening assignments. The content of the course will be individually designed for you and with you in terms of your skills and goals. We will plan long-term and short-term goals in order to increase your piano proficiency skills.
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Meet Jessie Deeter: Tunisia Post-Arab Spring
Learn More: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/tunisia-revolution-democracy-unemployment-economy-strikes-conservatism-islam-constitution-arab-spring Pulitzer Center grantee Jessie Deeter reports on the state of Tunisia one year after the revolution. Deeter documents the political conflict through the personal and political stories of two Tunisians from opposing parties one year after the revolution. Many Tunisians continue to question issues of free press, women's rights, and the co-existence
Discrete Random Variables: Geometric (optional)
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module describes the geometric experiment and the geometric probability distribution. This module is included in the Collaborative Statistics textbook/collection as an optional lesson.
"Mathematical PI" - The Pi Song
This selection contains animation showing the lyrics to the song
" American Pi" accompanied by music and singing of the song. The song is set to the tune of " American Pie" by Don McClean. ( 5:36)
Slam Poet Gayle Danley
International slam poet champion, Gayle Danley, breaks it down at the Artist Showcase and Family Festival. (08:50)
Literary Festival 2012: The Art of ‘Relating Cultures’ with Reshma Ruia [Audio]
Speaker(s): Reshma Ruia | Reshma Ruia was born in India and grew up in Rome, Italy. After an undergraduate degree in International Relations and post graduate degree in Economic History from LSE, she moved back to Rome where she worked as a development economist with the United Nations and subsequently with the OECD in Paris. She is now based in Manchester, where she obtained an MA in Creative Writing from Manchester University. She is the author of Something Black in the Lentil Soup, described
President's Awards for Teaching & Learning
Panel discussion featuring winners of the President's Awards for Teaching & Learning: Student Learning, Instructor Experience & International Learning Opportunities.
Crittercam: Emperor Penguins Feeding
Join Wild Chronicles and National Geographic's Crittercam® team in Cape
Washington as they deploy special cameras to reveal how emperor penguins travel vast distances to feed -- and then run a dangerous gauntlet back to their chicks. It takes well-honed skills to survive Antarctica's frigid waters, jagged ice fields and hungry leopard seals.
Conflict and cooperation in the family life of birds - Tamas Szekely
In this Charter Day lecture, Professor Tamas Szekely, from the University of Bath's Department of Biology & Biochemistry, talks about conflict and cooperation in the family life of birds.
La civilizaciones de Roma - en español
Según la leyenda, Roma fue fundada en el año 753 a.C. por los gemelos Rómulo y Remo. Roma se situó a orillas del Tíber, en un punto donde el río se estrecha. Asentada sobre el monte Palatino, era un lugar de paso para rutas comerciales como la Vía Salaria y otras calzadas. En su origen, Roma fue una aldea de pastores provenientes del los montes Albanos y Sabinos. En algo más de 200 años, los romanos conseguirán liberarse de lo