Columns: Finding the Strongest Shape
The shape of a structure and its parts is often as important as the materials those parts are made of. In this video segment adapted from ZOOM, members of the cast bend and fold sheets of paper to see which shape is the strongest and will support the weight of a heavy book. (3:30)
Onderzoek van vlamspectra van elementen : Practicum In dit practicum toon je met behulp van een bunsenbrander metaalionen aan in willekeurige zoutoplossingen. De werkbladen zijn gestructureerd …
In dit practicum toon je met behulp van een bunsenbrander metaalionen aan in willekeurige zoutoplossingen.
De werkbladen zijn gestructureerd …
WOD 4-20 somniferous
Psicología del Trabajo
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Lady Miller of Batheaston - Martin Sturge
Martin Sturge talks about Lady Anna Miller of Batheaston. Mr Sturge is deeply involved with the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution and sponsored the rebinding of a rare volume of Lady Miller's Poetical Assemblies held in the institution's historic library.
Panel IV - The Role(s) of Civilian Agencies: Doing What with What?
Panel IV - The Role(s) of Civilian Agencies: Doing What with What? Moderator: Dr. Jeff McCausland, USAWC / SSI Panelists: Dr. Peter Feaver, Duke University; Mr. James Stephenson, Senior Advisor; Creative Associates and Former USAID Mission Director; Mr. Michael Lekson, USIP
The Future of Nigeria || Institute of Politics
Monica Toft, Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School moderated this panel conversation with Ambassador Adebowale Adefuye, Nigerian Ambassador to the US, and Ambassador Walter Carrington, US Ambassador to Nigeria (1993-97). Panelists addressed Nigeria's recent democratization, considering the influential role of President Goodluck Jonathan, and recent economic growth and development. Overall, both Ambassadors were quite optimistic over Nigeria's promise in realizing its
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Part 10 Where The Wild Things Are Lesson
Uploading PowerPoint into Moodle
Part of Making the Most of Moodle 2 - Onwards! offered by the New Curiosity Shop at http://www.newcurioshop.com. Making the Most of Moodle is a series of onl...
Geometric Relationships and the Human Brain
The brain has a complex system for keeping track of which direction you are facing as you move about; remembering how to get from one place to another would otherwise be impossible. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have now shown how the brain anchors this mental compass. Their findings provide a neurological basis for something that psychologists have long observed about navigational behavior: people use geometrical relationships to orient themselves. The research, which is rel
2012 GSCMI Spring Supply Chain Conference
Elapsed Time Camp Edventure
Article :: Adobe Flash CS6 Classroom in a Book: Publishing for a Mobile Device
Learn how to publish Flash content for mobile devices running on Android or on Apple’s iOS using the mobile device simulator available with Adobe Flash Professional CS6.
Eisenhower in War and Peace
In this video clip, the United States Information Service presents newsreel footage of General Dwight D. Eisenhower on the run up to D-Day. Dwight Eisenhower was a decorated World War II general who successfully conquered the Germans on the beaches of Normandy. Eisenhower became the 34th president of the United States. (8:57)
Teaching Grammar with Board Races - TEFL ESL
This six minute video shows how to make a board race game to help students learn basic ESL skills. It is well done with both graphics and a narrator that slowly goes over the material.The game is demonstrated using older students. In this game students must categorize the two forms of comparative adjectives.
Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions
In early American times, only members of Congress and the Senate could nominate a Presidential candidate. Things soon changed and Americans were able to gain the right to choose their party nominees. In this video clip, host David Eisenbach explains the history of the long election process a candidate must go through to become President of the United States. (4:15)
In this 3:37 long video Dr. Teresa Dalle demonstrates a warm-up activity with her TESL class. It includes graphics to help explain the value of such an activity and is used with older students. Lots of good information.
Education as a Tool in Preventing Conflict: Suggestions for the International Criminal Court
Harvard Law School dean and professor Martha Minow delivers the 16th annual Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, C.S.C. Lecture in Ethics and Public Policy at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies on March 16th, 2010.
ND Relay for Life - Fighting Irish Fighting Cancer
The University of Notre Dame community gears up for the ND Relay for Life on April 16-17, 2010 in the Notre Dame Stadium.