16: Q&A Session with Dr. Barbara Owen, Dr. Bonita Veysey & Dr. Patricia Van Voorhis
Dr. Barbara Owen, Dr. Bonita Veysey & Dr. Patricia Van Voorhis answer questions after their presentations on "Women, Girls & the Justice System" and the keynote address at Evidence-Based Interventions Lead to Improved Outcomes, Day 1 of The Rutgers University Evidence-Based Initiative For Justice Policies and Practices' Conference, Evidence: The Catalyst of Change in October 2011.
Flu Attack! How A Virus Invades Your Body
An excellent animation showing how the flu is spread in the body. Students will love it and its 3:39 long duration holds their attention. A great overview to encourage students to take care to prevent such infections.
Paper Promises: Money, Debt and the new World Order [Audio]
Speaker(s): Philip Coggan | The world is drowning in debt. Greece is on the verge of default. In Britain, the coalition government is pushing through an austerity programme in the face of economic weakness. The US government almost shut down in August because of a dispute over the size of government debt. Our latest crisis may seem to have started in 2007, with the collapse of the American housing market. But as Philip Coggan shows in this new book, Paper Promises: Money, Debt and the new World
Ch 9 review
Writing and Experience: Crossing Borders, Fall 2010
In this era of globalization, many of us have multi- or bi-cultural, multilingual or bilingual backgrounds, and even if we don't have such a background, we need urgently to understand the experiences of people who do. You will very likely work outside the United States at some point in your future; you will almost certainly work with people who speak more than one language, whose ancestry or origins are in a country other than the U.S., who have crossed borders of nation, language, culture, clas
Actors' theatre: Next Fall
Promo for the play "Next Fall"
Learning Imaging Techniques!
During this activity, students will be introduced to the concepts of the challenge. They will generate ideas for solving the grand challenge first independently, then in small groups. Finally, as a class, students will compile their ideas with a visual as a learning supplement.
History and Mathematics: Magic Squares and Stars
In this activity, students research the history and legend of the Chinese mathematical puzzle known as the Magic Square, and explore various methods for reconstructing magic squares. Students will use number sense and arithmetic facts to find missing numbers in a magicsquare and/or magic star, and follow the directions given in words and diagrams to create a magic square of odd order.
Understanding Rational Numbers and Proportions
The three activities in this investigation center on situations involving rational numbers and proportions that students encounter at a bakery. These activities involve several important concepts of rational numbers and proportions, including partitioning a unit into equal parts, the quotient interpretation of fractions, the area model of fractions, determining fractional parts of a unit not cut into equal-sized pieces, and equivalence.
Weetjesquiz actua 2011-2012 : Occasionele periodes Deze uitgebreide weetjesquiz test de kennis van de actualiteit voor het schooljaar 2011-2012 over volgende periode(s):
Deze uitgebreide weetjesquiz test de kennis van de actualiteit voor het schooljaar 2011-2012 over volgende periode(s):
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:
Cómo Funciona el Aparato Circulatorio (en Español)
Aquí tienen un video para estudiantes. El video describe el aparato circulatorio cómo un aparato que cumple funciones muy importantes, como transportar los nutrientes necesarios a las células. El corazón forma parte del aparato circulatorio y es uno de los órganos más importantes del cuerpo humano. (3:00)
The Life of Confucius
This 44 minute video is excellent and the opening page also featurs little known facts about him. Confucius was an ancient Chinese thinker and social philosopher. Scholars believe he was born in 551 B.C. near the city of Qufu. Brought up in poverty, he meditated a great deal about social relationships; his philosophies emphasized personal and governmental morality. Confucius' beliefs form a kind of ethic. His disciples later turned his teachings into a list of elaborate rules and this video expl
The Rapture Family
Teachers are advised to review content:
Bill Wiggins film about a family’s dedication to producing the religious drama “In the Rapture”; accompanies his film of that drama
Drama, Music, Religion, African American Culture / Midwest / 1976
Rattlesnakes: A Festival at Cross Forks, PA
The annual rattlesnake bagging contest at this tiny Appalachian festival includes a parade, a fair, firefighters’ contests, and a greased pig chase. A George Hornbein/Ken Thigpen film.
Festivals/Customs, Play, Rural Life, Sports/Hunting / Appalachia / 1992
GRCC & KPO: Vision
Libor Ondras, GRCC Music Faculty, describes his vision for the Kent Philharmonia.
Power Teaching and Classroom Management
This video is a great way to help with classroom management....and engagement! Can be used with any grade level. It works - I've done it!
key words: power teaching, classroom management, engagement, active listening, Chris Biffle (7:34)
Red Alexander: Shipwright and Folk Artist
This video documents the passions of 80 year old "Red" Alexander: building ships (both model and real), wood working, and story telling. Red was encouraged by the sale of one of his first model ships to one of his school teachers. In 1934 he joined the Shipwrights, Joiners, and Boat Builders Union - local 1149, in the San Francisco Bay Area. After 46 years of building real ships Red retired in 1980 as dockmaster at the Pacific Drydock in Alameda, Ca. Today his kitchen is a studio where he makes
Rebuilding the Temple: Cambodians in America
After fleeing their country and the Khmer Rouge, this one hour documentary examines the Cambodian refugees' efforts to adjust to Western life and the significant role played by the Buddhist culture in this difficult process
Customs, Ethnic & Immigrant Cultures, Religion, Festivals/Customs, Asian American Culture / Any / 1991