Computers in the Classrooms
The Animal Boogie-Story in Song-Barefoot Books
Down in the Indian jungle, the children and animals are learning about actions like leaping, stomping, shaking and flapping while meeting different jungle creatures. Sung by Fred Penner. (4:25)
Surviving the Holocaust: Yaakov Hollander's Story
Ya'akov Hollander was a ten-year-old boy living in Krakow, Poland, when WWII broke out. Deported from his home and eventually crammed into the Krakow ghetto, where everyone in his family was murdered by the German Nazis. This video is in Hebrew with English subtitles. It features an interview with him and quite compelling for students to watch to get a look at what happened from the standpoint of one of survivors. (02:36)
ISS Update - August 31, 2011
The International Space Station video update for Aug. 31, 2011.
Estonians dance away the miles
Aug. 24 - Thousands of Estonian folk dance enthusiasts take part in a non-stop dance relay, covering all Estonia's counties to mark 20th anniversary of the country's independence. Elly Park reports.
Soft nanotechnology, Lecture I, Azzaroni, Omar, Research Institute of Theoretical and Applied Physical Chemistry (INIFTA), Argentina
This 9:25 long video has a narrator using a smart board to show students how to do measure a slope.
USGS: Earthquakes for Kids
This site provides comprehensive information about earthquakes for students. Teachers will find animations, images, and real-time data of earthquake activity, and students will learn about the career of a geophysicist and how seismology works. Games, puzzles and quizzes provide additional learning opportunity.
Teacher Tipster-Rock Phonics Game-Making Words Center Idea
Here's another cheap and easy manipulative idea for your class. Use aquarium or planter rocks to make a set of phonics manipulatives. Mr. Smith writes letters and phonetic chunks on each rock (backwards). This is a great idea for a center game to make words. Students will have fun with this. (3:32)
Classroom-Management Tips for Teachers
Educators share how to keep it all together in class. (4:34)
Award winning Politics lecturers
In this video we meet Drs Sue Pryce and Gulshan Khan, who have both scooped top national teaching awards from the Political Studies Association.
Guide to the Papers of David Leo Lawrence, 1959-1966
David Leo Lawrence was a politician in Pittsburgh. A native of Pittsburgh, Lawrence served as the city's mayor (1945-1959), state governor (1959-1963), and as a special assistant to the President (1963-1966). This collection contains: biographical materials; personal correspondence; materials from his trip to Japan in 1962; and materials regarding local and state Democratic Party political activities, 1960-1966.
Welcome University of Minnesota Class of 2015
President Eric Kaler is excited about the Class of 2015 and so are many others on campus. From Coach Jerry Kill to Coach Tubby Smith, Goldy Gopher and even the cows - everyone is excited to welcome the Class of 2015 to campus. Share your tassel photo with us on Facebook and tag "University of Minnesota"
Executive MBA alumni explain why the Cranfield MBA was the right course for them.
The Cranfield Executive MBA (Defence)
Dominic McEvoy, Executive MBA (Defence) 2011 describes the course format and benefits.
Liquid crystal and polymer nanocomposites for fast-switching display
Liquid crystal and polymer nanocomposites for fast-switching display, Lecture IV, Chien, Liang-Chy, Kent State University, United States
Guide to the Microfilmed Records of the Harrisville United Methodist Church, Harrisville (Butler Cou
The Harrisville United Methodist Church (originally named the Methodist Episcopal Church of Harrisville) was formed in 1834 by Rev. William Carl. The records span the years 1875-1979. Combined church records make up the largest series and are concentrated around the years 1903-1967.
Guide to the Papers of Michelle Madoff, 1970-1977
Michelle Madoff, an active community volunteer and politician in the 1970s, was concerned primarily with the reduction of air pollution. This collection of papers consists mostly of published materials relating to environmental topics and related information about citizens' groups created to combat pollution in Pittsburgh.
Guide to Papers of Homer S. Brown, 1918-1977
Homer S. Brown became a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association in 1923. He was elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1934 and became the first African-American appointed to the Pittsburgh Board of Education (1943), and elected (1949) as Allegheny County Judge. He served as Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Allegheny County from 1956 to 1975. The Papers of Homer S. Brown consist of biographical material, correspondence from his political and judicial career, photogra