Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science
In-depth interviews with children that uncover their ideas about the topic at hand.,In this segment the interviewer probes to find out if the student understands that there are different types of rocks and that their differences can be explained by the processes that formed them.
Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science
In-depth interviews with children that uncover their ideas about the topic at hand.,The interviewer appears to be finding out what the student already knows about rocks- what they are and how a rock can be described. The student's description is beyond the basic K-2 idea that rocks come in many sizes and shapes. She does provide ideas about color, and texture and that there are different kinds of rocks, matching the 3-5 essay that says students should "notice the variety of components" . This p
Essential Science for Teachers: Physical Science: Session 2. The Particle Nature of Matter: Solids,
In-depth interviews with children that uncover their ideas about the topic at hand.,The student is asked to divide a piece of aluminum foil into the smallest piece possible. The interviewer continues to probe what would happen each time you make it smaller, specifically probing to find out if the smallest possible piece would still have the same properties as the whole and whether there would be a point where you couldn't divide it any more. It was evident that the interviewer was trying to prob
SP.713 Recreate Experiments from History: Inform the Future from the Past: Galileo (MIT)
2010 marks the 400th anniversary of Galileo's astonishing sightings of features on the moon, stars, and moons around Jupiter that no one had seen before. Recreate these new ways of seeing and exploring from the materials and techniques Galileo had on hand, while you reflect on the times and works of Galileo. What was it like to improvise new ways of seeing and exploring from the materials and techniques on hand? What do we notice? What surprises us? How can we relate to past experience and ideas
Residential street in Claremont
A street lined with palm trees, houses, and bungalow apartments. Mt. Baldy and foothills are in the background. On the left is a citrus tree and an agave plant.
Lidded cylindrical stoneware container, on a foot, with a stencil design, and a figure (a cartoon-like alien figure in brown matte glaze) on the side. In brown stain and thick white engobe.
Pomona College class of 1905 men in sweaters
Sophomore men of the class of 1905 pose for a photograph outside in a pyramid formation on their hands and knees. All of the students are wearing matching sweaters with "1905" across the breast.
Kitten Was Hiding Under the Chair
In this video, a librarian recites a fingerplay about a kitten hiding under a chair, complete with hand motions. (:28)
First Baptist Church of Los Angeles, exterior
Exterior of the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles at its original location at Sixth Street and Broadway, circa 1890s.
Atom Orbitals: The Basics
A basic primer on atomic orbitala. It discusses what atomic orbitals are, how they are shaped, defined, how they are filled, what they represent. The graphics are interesting and very useful for following along with the tutorial. (14:26)
A Date Which Will Live in Infamy
This site shows the typewritten draft of the December 8, 1941, speech in which Franklin Roosevelt asked Congress to declare war on Japan. The draft shows Roosevelt's hand-written edits, including his change of the phrase a date which will live in world history to a date which will live in infamy. Students can also listen to the beginning of the speech.
A Colonial Legacy in Miskito Turtle Knowledge (Nicaragua)
Over the past several decades the increasing prevalence of natural resource crises has led many ecologists to seek alternatives to Western resource use paradigms. Primary amongst these alternatives are systems guided by indigenous knowledge (IK). It is commonly presumed that these systems represent institutions uncorrupted by the exploitative hand of Western culture and state domination and therefore hold the key to rectifying the unsustainable behaviors of Western societies.
Marquette's Dr. Ryan Jerving Performs for National Poetry Month
As part of National Poetry month, faculty members in the Department of English partnered with Raynor Libraries to host an hour-long poetry reading on April 16th. The faculty members read selections from some of their favorite poets and shared some originals. In this clip, Dr. Ryan Jerving performs his song "Stop Her in My Hand."
Crown Forum: Senior Day
April 26, 2012 Senior Day Crown Forum
Star Library: Counting Eights: A First Activity in the Study and Interpretation of Probability
Students explore the definition and interpretations of the probability of an event by investigating the long run proportion of times a sum of 8 is obtained when two balanced dice are rolled repeatedly. Making use of hand calculations, computer simulations, and descriptive techniques, students encounter the laws of large numbers in a familiar setting. By working through the exercises, students will gain a deeper understanding of the qualitative and quantitative relationships between theoretical p
Internet, telefonie, draadloze netwerken zijn drie bekende toepassingen van communicatietechnologie. In deze inleidende cursus worden aan de hand van deze actuele toepassingsgebieden enkele theorieën en basistechnieken van communicatietechnologie verkend. De wezenlijke aspecten van communicatietechnologie die daarbij de revue passeren worden systematisch op een rij gezet en tenslotte wordt dieper ingegaan op informatieoverdracht en communicatietheorieën
Deadliest Space Weather S01E02 - Biggest Storm in the Solar System
With winds reaching a speed of 400 miles per hour, Jupiter's hurricane has carried on for at least 300 years, and state-of-the-art technology gives viewers a rare and in-depth look into the solar system's biggest storm on the planet. (21:15)
Common French Phrases for the Months of the Year
Learn common French phrases for the months of the year. Stephanie Hourie Morrow is a native French speaker and has been giving language lessons for 10 years. Each phrase is pronounced in English and French while the French phrase appears on the screen. For beginning to intermediate learners. Good sound quality.
A Ballet in Sneakers: Jerome Robbins and Opus Jazz
Watch choreographer (and original West Side Story dancer) Eliot Feld, Sondra Lee (one of Robbins' original "Opus" dancers), along with other Robbins' friends and colleagues join the current cast of dancers to contextualize the cultural and historical importance of Mr. Robbins' career and NY Export: Opus Jazz in this 10 minute documentary by Matt Wolf and Anna Farrell.
Interview de Françoise LORCERIE
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