What Would an Evidence-Based Copyright Law Look Like? [Audio]
Speaker(s): William Patry | Copyright laws are declared to be the underpinnings of creativity, innovation, the knowledge economy, and everything short of curing the sick and feeding the poor. Can copyright laws do all these wonderful things, or are they, in Ian Hargreaves' words, the result of lobbynomics? William Patry is senior copyright counsel at Google Inc. He has written far too much about copyright law, including his new book How to Fix Copyright Law and so now spends his time playing ba
Lecture 07 - 10/14/2010
Force and Acceleration on a Turntable, Part 1
Part of NCSSM Online Physics Collection: This video deals with force and acceleration on a turntable. Part 1 of 2. http://www.dlt.ncssm.edu
Narrow Bellied Seahorse--An Overview
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a Narrow Bellied Seahorse. Students will enjoy the beautiful images of ocean plants and of this amazing creature. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (Less Than 2 Minutes)
Evaluating Polynomials Using Synthetic Division - Problem 1 of 2
This video is a continuation and presents an example that demonstrates how to use synthetic division to evaluate a polynomial function. (4:30)
Gossip and Rumors PSA 2012
Lattice method of multiplication
A collection of postboxes in postcode IP9
Fall of Great Empires - Rome Pt2of4
This ten minute video explains the expansion and the start of the collapse of the Roman Empire. A good overview.
Scarlet and Mammy-Hattie McDaniel and Margaret Mitchell
This clip from Gone with the Wind gives you a glimpse of the role Hattie McDaniel played in most of her movies. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help build real world connections between the classroom and the History of African Americans in the United States. (2:30)
Reuters Breakingviews: Glenstrata facing shareholder threats
Feb. 7 - Glencore, Xstrata's merger faces shareholder veto threats, if merger goes ahead regulators could tie it up in red tape for months, and UBS's Q1 warning bad for industry say Reuters Breakingviews.
Developing and using Open Educational Resources at KNUST
In May 2011, Pro Vice Chancellor Peter Donkor published this article in the Digital Learning Resources online journal.
Science Bulletins: Tapping In—The Promise of Brain-Computer Interface
For decades, neuroscientists have sought to use electronics to communicate with the brain. Computing and surgical technique have now become sophisticated enough to implant devices directly into neural tissue. In this feature, researchers at Albany Medical Center and the Wadsworth Center at the New York State Department of Health reveal a world where mind and machine merge. Their cutting-edge devices translate brain signals into action, helping people with ALS and other disabilities regain the ab
In this adapted ZOOM video segment, cast members calculate how much water they each use during a typical shower. They compare their results to their original predictions.
The Student's Guide to Moodle: Episode 6
Forums and Quizzes
Overzichtblad Lezen Dit rooster kunnen de leerlingen gebruiken om na het lezen volgende zaken bij te houden:
Dit rooster kunnen de leerlingen gebruiken om na het lezen volgende zaken bij te houden:
Time to move beyond a brainless physiology Weighing Evidence Global Cohort: Rosemary Vartuam Sovek Linear Graphs: Life-Sized Coordinate Pairs
“Exercise is a complex behavior that is regulated by a complex system”. In this talk, Prof Noakes seeks to include the brain as a factor in exercise physiology. He starts with the classical teachings in exercise physiology and continues by looking at various models such as the A.V. Hill model and the peripheral model.
This eight minute video shows students how to do research from primary and secondary resources. Very high interest. The video spend a lot of time explaining how to weigh evidence as to their accuracy. The case study is following a Chinese immigrant.
Rosemary Vartuam Sovek from Papua New Guinea talks Feb. 2, 2012, about the U.S. Department of State and Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Entrepreneurship Partnership Global Cohort at Thunderbird School of Global Management. http://www.thunderbird.edu
Lesson Objective: Students create human graphs to clarify concepts of linear data.
Questions to Consider: See how Ms. Hurrell scaffolds learning for students struggling with linear graphs. How does this activity address both visual and kinesthetic learners? How does Ms. Hurrell make connections among verbal, graphical, and symbolic representations?
Global Cohort: Rosemary Vartuam Sovek
Linear Graphs: Life-Sized Coordinate Pairs