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Teaching Point of View
Students will learn point of view by comparing and contrasting the views of slaves and a doctor in The People Could Fly retold by Virginia Hamilton and The Passing Cloud -- The Southern Negro by David Morrill. I strongly suggest the teacher previews The Passing Cloud -- The Southern Negro by David Morrill. The entire text is not needed in order for students to form an opinion or to learn point of view. Some students and parents may find the language offensive. I found the text interesting becaus
Land of Odysseus
This clip discusses the land of Odyesseus. For centuries scientists have wondered what island Odysesseus, the hero of Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey, calls home. Homer, in his epic poem, describes four islands while scientists have discovered only three. They question themselves on where the fourth one might have come from. (2:40)
In 1988, scientists discovered an ancient ship deep in the Mediterranean Sea. Scientists believe that this ship, which dates back to 500 B.C., may have been sailed by Odysseus, Homer's legendary Greek King. (2:34)
Coroner's Report: King Tut
In this video, Shiya Ribowsky discusses a possible theory in the death of teenage pharaoh King Tut. According to theory, an accident that broke his leg caused the untimely death of teenage pharaoh King Tut. The most famous Egyptian pharaoh contracted gangrene as a result of his wounds which led to his death. (2:18)
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Robina Chatham outlines how in the modern business environment the IT leader needs to look to deliver business transformation and not just be content with business as usual. Discusses the necessary personal changes needed to move away from the IT stereotypical approach towards a more relational and innovative stance.
Mark Baker, Head of Risk and Insurance explains the value that Pentland Group get from being a member of the Business Performance Roundtable. Part of the BPR Speaker Series: http://bit.ly/AminU2
Learn more about Loudon's Composing and Producing Electronic Music course at: http://bit.ly/wp2QSg Berkleemusic hosted an online Open House with instructor Loudon Stearns on February 23rd. As a bass player, producer, and laptop musician, Loudon's music can be heard on numerous documentaries and short films. While continuing his studies of composition, engineering, and sound design, he is currently pursuing a degree in physics as part of ongoing search for the answer to the question of life the
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Welcoming remarks by James K. Hopkins, Symposium Chair and SMU Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor, and by SMU Provost Paul Ludden for "The University and the City: Higher Education and the Common Good." The relationship between cities and universities was the theme of SMU's Centennial Academic Symposium, held November 10-11, 2011.
SMU President R. Gerald Turner's opening remarks for "The University and the City: Higher Education and the Common Good" and his introduction of Henry S. Bienen, President Emeritus of Northwestern University, who spoke on "Reflections on a University in a Great City." The relationship between cities and universities was the theme of SMU's Centennial Academic Symposium, held November 10-11, 2011.
Valparaiso University's Police Department teamed up with the Special Olympics of Indiana to host this amazing event on a cold Saturday in February. Participants paid $50 to jump into a swimming pool outside of the ARC, with the proceeds going to help Special Olympics. And be sure to check out the first-person view of one plunge.
With a job (and a life) that is far from boring, Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota graduate Veda Partalo, BSB '04, helps reenergize the Cadillac brand.
In this episode of This Week, check out the U's Mini Med School, a traditional Japanese Ceremony, and the Real Pirates Exhibit at the Science Museum of Minnesota.
Gays, Lesbians and Allies at Darden (GLAD) is a student-run organization that fosters a supportive environment for the LGBT community at the Darden School of Business. This video features members of the LGBT and ally community at Darden as they discuss the strong network in place for LGBT Darden students. For more information, visit http://www.darden.virginia.edu/web/MBA/Student-Life/Organizations/Gays-Lesbians-Allies/Gays-Lesbians-Allies/
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Budget Development for FY 12-13 (part 1) About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation maki
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a Raft Spider feeding on a fly and a fish. This large brown and white spider has long, sturdy legs and an oval-shaped abdomen. There are striking pale stripes along the sides of both the carapace and the abdomen. These stripes are due in part to a row of white hairs. Males are similar in appearance to females, although they have smaller abdomens. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. Dr Adam Hollowell delivers a sermon entitled "Knowledge and Power." Opening excerpt fro the sermon: (42:27) "About this time eleven years ago I was sitting in a small classroom in the Religion Department next door fulfilling my freshman year seminar requirement. As was the practice then, and still is today, all first year students must take a seminar course of fifteen students or fewer, and I elected to take mine in on the topic of Protestants an
March 30 - Pro-Muslim Brotherhood students protesting at the Al-Azhar University campus clash with security forces in Cairo. Nathan Frandino reports. 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 including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 yea
Embracing New Skills for IT Managers
Benefits of membership to the Business Performance Roundtable
Loudon Stearns - Producing Electronic Music - Berkleemusic Open House
University Stores 2012.mov
SMU Centennial Symposium: Welcoming Remarks
SMU Centennial Symposium: Reflections on a University in a Great City
2012 Polar Plunge
Putting Cadillac Back on Track
This Week @Minnesota: Mini Med School, Tea Ceremony, Pirates
GLAD: Supporting Darden's LGBT Community
Budget Development for FY 12-13 (part 1)
Raft Spider Feeding on Fly and Fish
Sunday Service - 1/29/2012 - Adam Hollowell
Pro-Muslim Brotherhood student protest turns violent in Cairo