Double-Digit Division by StudyJams
Even when you have a two digit divisor, you are still just breaking an amount of something into smaller, equal groups. Master a few simple steps, and no number will be too big for your dividing skills. Learn more about dividing double-digits with this step-by-step, interactive cartoon animation from StudyJams. A short, self-checking quiz and song are also included with this link.
Divisibility Rules - by StudyJams
Divisibility rules can help you easily identify which numbers are divisible by other numbers. That is especially helpful when you have to divide a big number. Memorize these rules, and you will be a dividing dynamo! This video uses cartoon animation to provide step-by-step instructions. A short, self-checking quiz and song are also included with this link.
Single Digit Division - by StudyJams
Division breaks the amount of something into smaller, equal pieces. Learn more about basic division with this cartoon animation from StudyJams. A short, self-checking quiz and song are also included with this link.
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RVC 49 - Strategies for prevention of MRSA infections in animals and humans
The possibility of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) infection is now a concern for many patients receiving hospital treatment. However, accumulating evidence shows that MRSA can also be carried by animals and then passed on to people in contact. Here Professor Katharina Staerk and colleagues describe their research to identify novel methods of preventing MRSA infection and transmission as part of an EU consortium.
Virtual Maths, Calculating the Volume of a Brick
How to calculate the volume of a brick, guide (pdf)
This is the website of the online companion to the exhibition Federal Fashions hosted by the National Library of Australia. The exhibition material comes from the National Librarys ephemera collection of fashion in Australia at the time of federation. The clothing worn by the men, women and children who attended the celebrations marking the Federation of Australia were transitory styles between the stiff, formal lines of late-Victorian fashions and the looser, more comfortable Edwardian cl
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New Orleans Second Line Post Katrina
The first official Second Line in New Orleans post Katrina
Chinese Medicine: From the Yellow Emperor to the Whole Wide Web
This presentation will present a range of collaborative research into the history and culture of Chinese medicine that has been undertaken in the last five years at the Wellcome Trust Centre for History of Medicine, UCL. Most of my personal research involves the translation, analysis and access to medical manuscripts that date from the 2nd to 11th C. CE. To this end I work with archaeologists, palaeographers, philologists, and medical historians all over China. Apart from books and article some
3.1 Health and low income
This unit considers two ideas: that health is an ever-present factor in our lives, and that health is something difficult to define. But how can we say that health is everywhere if it is so mysterious? How do we recognise health if it so difficult to define? There are no easy answers to these questions! In this unit we explore this paradox, not just because it is a fascinating dilemma but because understanding health in all its multifaceted complexity is a prerequisite to working for health in i
BBC Schools - Science Topics - The Periodic Table - Part 1 of 2
Excellent video about how we came to have the periodic table: why the elements are placed where they are, and the people who contributed to it.
According to owner: "Apologies for the erratic picture but the video tape is very worn." Yes, very jumpy and erratic at the beginning. Overall, images are not digital-crisp, but the information is so good it is worth the inconveniences.
Beginning of actual program is at 1:18, and the roughness eases around 2:20, but is still a b
Periodic Table and Chemical Elements
This video presents the different structures of bimolecular compounds including elements, the periodic table, pH scale, ionic bonds, covalent bonds, and polar bonds. (3:10)
Grammar Errors Costing Companies Billions
U.S. workers' grammar, punctuation and spelling are so bad that Fortune 500 companies spend more than $3 billion a year training employees in basic English. NBC's Roger O'Neil reports on this growing epidemic. The video reflects on how the computer has impacted American language. Some examples of common errors are also explained. This might be a nice, motivational video to show students or to help reinforce the importance of grammar in the classroom. (03:03)
Right Triangles and Trigonometric Functions
In this video, the instructor talks about trigonometric functions as they relate to right triangles. He defines each function and how to find it using the different sides of right triangles. Then, he does example problems using the definitions of the trigonometric functions defined at the beginning. There is a buzzing sound in the background of this video, but the instructor is still able to be heard well.
Simon Gardiner - 60 Second Research
Simon Gardiner, Reader in Sports Law at Leeds Metropolitan University has only 60 seconds to describe his research interests
Prince Harry commemorates WWII soldiers at Montecassino
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe May 19 - Britain's Prince Harry takes part in a commemoration ceremony to mark the soldiers killed during the World War II battles of Montecassino. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics
Changes in Today's World: Statistics Show a New World Emerging
A three minute video that shows how the world is truly becoming global in terms of jobs and some startling facts that ALL students need to see. Remarkable collection of data.
SP.783 Engineering Capacity in Community-Based Healthcare (MIT)
This multidisciplinary seminar addresses fundamental issues in global health faced by community-based healthcare programs in developing countries. Students will broadly explore topics with expert lecturers and guided readings. Topics will be further illuminated with case studies from healthcare programs in urban centers of Zambia. Multidisciplinary teams will be formed to develop feasible solutions to specific health challenges posed in the case studies and encouraged to pursue their ideas beyon
Economic Update: The Trend to Inequality
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