Analyzing an Ecosystem (Interactive)
What are ecological systems, and what types of organisms live in these environments? This interactive activity adapted from the University of Alberta identifies the living and nonliving components of an animated ecosystem. Users are also invited to look at examples of mimicry, and identify which living things are producers and which are consumers. To help users complete the activity, key terms, including biotic and abiotic components, are defined.
First Images of Battle of Midway
The victory at Midway was the turning point of World War II. The Battle of Midway was a major naval battle, widely regarded as the most important one of the Pacific Campaign of World War II. In this video clip, view images from this crucial battle. (1:23)
The Dizzy Gillespie United Nation Orchestra
1:28 Excellent stage show listening to all the music played. Hear that big band sound.
Needs vs Wants
A video to help you understand the difference between your NEEDS and WANTS. (01:53)
Becoming Barack Obama
In this video clip, take a closer look at the events of Barack Obama's childhood and youth that influenced and shaped him into the person he is today. (5:49)
Inside a DVD Player
This is an amateur video showing the inside of a DVD player. No narration or explanation is provided. (01:48)
Inside a DVD Player - the laser mechanism
Filmed from three different perspectives, each in both visible and infrared light. No narration. (01:19)
History of Game Boy
This is a student-made movie project. Students were asked to research a technology and display their findings in a creative manner. The video provides a time line and examples of the changing game boy beginning with the original in 1989. No narration. Images and information is set to music. (03:06)
Meet the Nintendo Game Boy Family!
This is a video introduction to the Nintendo Game Boy. The first hand held Game Boy system was released in 1989. (08:23)
An Inspirational Teacher Quote Presentation
Teachers and students! Please watch this presentation the next time you need some inspiration! A thank you for all that you do! This seven minute video contains inspirational quotes from famous people. It is meant for teachers, but is applicable to anyone, including students.
Short video has no sound but is a good illustration of the Earth casting a shadow on the moon. Run time 01:04
Generating a Certificate on Moodle
A tutorial on generating a certificate from the editing mode in Moodle. In my demonstration I will show how explain step-by-step how to format the certificat...
TED Ed--The Cockroach Beatbox
By dissecting a cockroach ... yes, live on stage ... TED Fellow and neuroscientist Greg Gage shows how brains receive and deliver electric impulses -- and how legs can respond. Students will think this is really cool. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections in the classroom. (6:16)
1909-11-28: A Woman Inventor Who Plans - and Expects - To Fly
This image is a newspaper clipping about E. Lilian Todd and the airplane she designed and that Mrs. Sage financed.,E. Lilian Todd was an unusual woman for her day, or ours. From a modest background and largely self-educated, she became a stenographer and then worked for a firm of patent attorneys in Washington, D.C. But in her spare time, she designed and built model planes and by 1906 she had developed a model biplane and was seeking a sponsor to enable it to be built and test-flown. Olivia Sag
The goal of this textbook is not to make you an expert. True expertise in any field is a years-long endeavor. Here I will survey some of the basic topics of chemistry. This survey should give you enough knowledge to appreciate the impact of chemistry in everyday life and, if necessary, prepare you for additional instruction in chemistry. Throughout each chapter, I present two features that reinforce the theme of the textbook—that chemistry is all around you. The first is a feature titled,
2012 GSCMI Spring Supply Chain Conference
Algeblocks Lab 6-1 part a
Discrete Random Variables: Summary of the Discrete Probability Functions
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module provides a review of the binomial, geometric, hypergeometric, and Poisson probability distribution functions and their properties.