Multiplying Polynomials - Area Models - Problem 1 of 3
This video is a continuation of Multiplying Polynomials - Area Models and provides an example problem to demonstrate how an area model is used to multiply two binomials. (3:52)
Breakingviews: North Sea leak isn't 'Total' blowout
Mar. 28 - BP's runaway crisis spooked investors, but the market reaction to Total's gas leak is excessive; plus Samsung corners flatscreen market & Coal India's pricing dispute - Reuters Breakingviews.
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The Erie Canal - The Weavers - (Lyrics)
We were forty miles from Albany forget it I never shall
what a terrible storm we had one night on the E'ri'e canal
Oh the E'ri'e was arising and the gin was getting low,
and I scarcely think we'll get a drink 'till we get to Buffalo,
'till we get to Buffalo".
The barge was full of barley and the crew was full of rye,
the Captain he looked down on me with a ricked wicked eye.
Oh the E'ri'e was arising and the gin was getting low,
USC Learning Environments Classroom Support: Classroom Seating Layouts
USC Information Technology Services' Technology-Enhanced Learning group offers this video as a tool to help professors, teaching assistants and other end users train themselves in the use and operation of audiovisual equipment in the campus's wall box-enabled classrooms. The video provides a brief visual tour of alternative layouts of classroom seating. Our goal is to promote a level of ease in delivering presentations that did not exist before, and to give instructors greater power to create
Science Bulletins: Infant Stars Shimmer in Orion's Nebula
Sometimes two telescopes are better than one. Data gathered by the European Space Agency's Herschel Space Observatory and NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope have provided astronomers with an extraordinary view of young stars' growing pains. Combining two types of infrared vision revealed previously undetected bursts of stellar activity, with much faster cycles of heating and cooling than expected. The observations provide important data, which will help astronomers more fully understand the stages o
Singapore Math in Action
This video shows examples of Singapore Math in action. The video begins with an adult showing how to use linking cubes to count tens and ones. This video also shows a real life classroom working in groups to create triangles of different lengths. They are then grouped together and discussed. This is a great resource for teacher professional development. (2:47)
Suur valik mõistatusi, mis on esitatud Word'i failina. Sobib kasutamiseks nii lasteaias kui ka I kooliastmes.
Annual Fashion Show Teaser
Curious about CCA's Annual Fashion Show, the capstone Fashion Design Program event of the year? CCA's Annual Fashion Show 2012 will take place Friday, May 11, at 8 p.m. on the San Francisco campus inside the exhibition tent (located in front of the Nave). Learn more at cca.edu/fashionshow
St. Baldrick's Fund Raiser
Second-year medical students are hosting a St. Baldrick's head-shaving event outside the former Laupus Library at the Brody Medical Sciences Building. The St. Baldrick's Foundation raises money and shows support for pediatric cancer research by inviting volunteers around the country to shave their heads, among other fundraising projects.
Kevin Johnson: On His Home Court
Sacramento's Mayor Kevin Johnson discusses his life and accomplishments. He recalls his formative years growing up in Sacramento's poorest neighborhood, his journey to UC Berkeley, and his stellar professional basketball career with the Phoenix Suns. He reviews his return to Sacramento after retiring from professional sports, his creation and of St. HOPE as a "transformative" community based development corporation, his attitudes about education reform, and his leadership style as mayor.
Mervin Field: California's Pioneer Pollster
California's leading pioneer pollster Mervin Field discusses his life and distinguished career. He recalls his formative years working for George Gallup in Princeton (NJ), the creation of the Field Research Corporation and its Field Poll in 1947, and the art and craft of modern survey methods. He reviews the history and development of survey research as a technique for bringing the public into policy deliberations.
Monumental Electrical Discovery re: Einstein and Gravity.
By: EinsteinGravitydotcom A monumental unveiling of Electricity and Gravity that gives us one of the biggest breakthroughs in Electricity since Maxwell and Faraday.
Energiequiz Een interactieve oefening bij het thema 'energie'. Het doel is om de leerlingen bewuster met energie te leren omspringen.
Een interactieve oefening bij het thema 'energie'. Het doel is om de leerlingen bewuster met energie te leren omspringen.
Factoring Trinomials with "a" Not Equal to One - Problem 4 of 4
This video is a continuation and provides another example problem that demonstrates how to factor trinomials when the leading coefficient is not equal to one. In this example, all of the leading coefficients are larg numbers, making it more challenging to factor the trinomial. (2:52)
Building the Foundation of Modern Cancer Research: Four Decades of Discovery within the CCR at MIT This film traces the story of the Center for Cancer Research (CCR) at MIT, which made seminal contributions to the understanding of cancer biology between its founding by Nobel Laureate Salvador Luria the early 1970s and its transition to become the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research in 2007. The film features numerous scientists sharing their perspectives on what made the CCR so successful, including Nobel Laureates Phillip Sharp, David Baltimore, James Watson and Harold Varmus;
This film traces the story of the Center for Cancer Research (CCR) at MIT, which made seminal contributions to the understanding of cancer biology between its founding by Nobel Laureate Salvador Luria the early 1970s and its transition to become the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research in 2007. The film features numerous scientists sharing their perspectives on what made the CCR so successful, including Nobel Laureates Phillip Sharp, David Baltimore, James Watson and Harold Varmus;
Authors at Google: David Brin
David Brin is a scientist, speaker, technical consultant and world-known author. His novels have been New York Times Bestsellers, winning multiple Hugo, Nebula and other awards. At least a dozen have been translated into more than twenty languages. As a speaker, he is best-known as a "futurist" who comments plausibly and entertainingly about trends in technology and society, including some of the challenges that may confront our rambunctious civilization in the decades ahead. One favorite topic
Bobcats of Kiawah Island
This 2:44 video shows the importance of Bob Cats to keeping a balance of nature. Good footage shows how stealth they are and how valuable.
Learn about the natural defense mechanism of camouflage as the Kratt brothers explore the way it is used by Walking Sticks and chameleons. Viewers learn that chameleons move in a jerking motion to look like a leaf blowing in the wind and that they have swiveling eyes, enabling them to spot predators and prey. (1:38)