Charles Perrault : Sprookjes Met behulp van de computer leesvaardigheid trainen. De leerlingen gaan hierbij zelfstandig aan het werk en lezen bekend werk. Het feit dat een sprookje bekend is, vereenvoudigt het tekstbegrip. Allereerst wordt aan de leerling …
Met behulp van de computer leesvaardigheid trainen.
De leerlingen gaan hierbij zelfstandig aan het werk en lezen bekend werk. Het feit dat een sprookje bekend is, vereenvoudigt het tekstbegrip.
Allereerst wordt aan de leerling …
Children will use problem-solving techniques to answer the question, "How many boots will Santa need for his reindeer?"
16.31 Feedback Control Systems (MIT)
This course covers the fundamentals of control design and analysis using state-space methods. This includes both the practical and theoretical aspects of the topic. By the end of the course, the student should be able to design controllers using state-space methods and evaluate whether these controllers are robust.
MSUToday: Students of the World (Complete show)
As a student at Michigan State University, the world can be the best classroom. From the plains of Kenya to the jungles of Nepal, Spartan women and men are learning more than they ever dreamed. As seen on the Big Ten Network at 9:30 p.m. EST Monday, Jan. 23. More at http://www.msutoday.msu.edu.
Advanced Audio Blog S5 #2 - Top 10 Japanese Holidays: Obon/The Lantern Festival
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Your friend tells you in Japanese that you have to go with him to run an errand today. You expect to stop by the grocery store or the bank, but instead, he takes you to a graveyard in his Japanese hometown. You explain that graveyards freak you out since you watched [...]
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The International Space Station video update for Jan. 25, 2012.
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Jan. 25 - It's easy for Barack Obama to appeal to the vast majority of Americans who aren't millionaires - Reuters Breakingviews
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Swirling wine makes waves
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/11/swirling-wine-churns-up-unique-waves.html
Tomie dePaola: 2011 National Book Festival
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Male Stag Beetles Fighting for Female
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of two male Stag Beetles fighting for a female. The stag beetle (Lucanus cervus) is arguably the most spectacular looking beetle in Britain; the male looks like something from a prehistoric age. The giant antler-like mandiblesare used in courtship displays, and wrestling with other males. Although rather fearsome in appearance, the mandibles cannot be closed with any force. You are more likely to be nipped sharply b
Global Development at Notre Dame
Notre Dame's global development programs.
Living Beyond 100: Can We, and What If We Do?
Shane C. Burgess, Dean, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona, presented this lecture on January 24, 2012. Abstract: For most of human history, what we today consider a "reasonable life span" was a significant achievement for the average human. This remains the case in many parts of the world, but for westerners in particular, the magic age "100" is becoming a milestone to which many now realistically aspire. Our science has allowed us to immortalize cells and is givi
SHIFT 2: Building Knowledge in the Disciplines
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Intro to Chemistry 6.4: Heat Capacity (1/2)
Join Award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry. 6.4: Heat Capacity. Energy is measured in calories. A calorie is defined as energy required to raise one gram of a substance 1 degree Celsius. ( 9:19)
Algebra Problem of the Week
Algebra problems from a variety of sources, including textbooks, math contests, NCTM books, and puzzle books, and real-life situations, designed to reflect different levels of difficulty. The goal is to challenge students with non-routine problems and encourage them to put their solutions into words. Different types of problems are used to reach a diverse group of algebra students. A a href= /pow/support/ Teacher Support page/a is available for some problems.
Jack Ruina Dinner, 10/17/2011
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Recognizing Priorities: USC Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity Student Testimonial
Jenny talks about the help she received in goal-setting at the USC Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity, which offers an innovative approach for assisting students with dyslexia, ADHD and other identified learning differences. The center's learning specialists help students explore how they best grasp, retain and retrieve information for later use. Learn more about the University of Southern California: http://www.usc.edu Learn more about the USC Kortschak Center for Learning and Creat
Predicting the Weather
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Running time 5:19 minutes