Marsh Fritillary Butterfly--An Overview
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a Marsh Fritillary Butterfly. The marsh fritillary (Euphydryas aurinia) has a highly patterned pale yellowish-brown upperside with orange-brown markings and brown spots, giving a stained glass appearance. The underside is light orange to brown with yellow spots. Females are generally larger than males. The caterpillars measure up to 2.7 centimetres in length and are black in colour with black spines along the back. This is a gr
Exploring Garden Ecosystems
Lesson ObjectiveStudents work in groups to explore attributes of ecosystems first-hand. Questions to ConsiderWhat does the teacher do at the beginning of the lesson to manage 3 different groups doing 3 different activities?What advice does Ms. Reed give for outside activities and why?How are students informally assessed during and after the activities?Support Materials BelowLesson plan, instructions for students
Earth as Art: A Landsat Perspective
Shows striking photos of Aleutian clouds, the Araca River (Brazil), Atlas Mountains (Morocco), Guinea-Bissau (West Africa), Bolivian deforestation, Parana River delta marshland (Argentina), volcanoes in Chile, the Great Salt Desert in Iran (Dasht-e Kevir), Dragon Lake (Siberia), the Everglades, Ganges River delta, Greenland coast, West Fjords (Iceland), Karman vortices, Kilimanjaro (East Africa), the world's largest glacier (Lambert Glacier), and more.
Robert Rebholtz - Censorship
Garmin Road test
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Bound for Glory: America in Color
Is the first major exhibit of 70 prints (made from color transparencies taken between 1939 and 1943) showing the effects of the Depression on people in rural America and small towns, the nation's subsequent economic recovery, and the mobilization for World War II.
Cnet: Why iPad's and iBooks are not a viable solution for schools. I am big fan of the iPad and can see a lot of potential for it in education even if it is a little hard to define still after nearly three years on the market.
I am big fan of the iPad and can see a lot of potential for it in education even if it is a little hard to define still after nearly three years on the market.
Why I chose the John Molson MBA - Chakib Saad
http://johnmolson.concordia.ca/mba Chakib Saad graduated from the MBA program at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business. Mr. Saad explains how the John Molson MBA prepared him for a prosperous career outside the laboratory. For more information about the John Molson MBA please visit http://johnmolson.concordia.ca/mba
Lesson #030, Friday ragazzo = boy ragazza = girl bambino = baby uomo = man donna = woman cane = dog gatto = cat acqua = water specchio = mirror pasta = pasta pane = bread verdure = vegetables gnocchi = Italian dumplings zucchero = sugar insalata = salad spaghetti = spaghetti
ragazzo = boy
ragazza = girl
bambino = baby
uomo = man
donna = woman
cane = dog
gatto = cat
acqua = water
specchio = mirror
pasta = pasta
pane = bread
verdure = vegetables
gnocchi = Italian dumplings
zucchero = sugar
insalata = salad
spaghetti = spaghetti
Cristian Aliaga: Your Virtues Are Your Faults. Poetry Reading (Spanish and English)
A reading by Cristian Aliaga, one of Argentina's outstanding contemporary poets, given at St. John's College, Oxford, on 3 November, 2011. English translations are read by Ben Bollig, Lecturer in Spanish American Literature. The Argentine poet Cristian Aliaga reads his poetry to an audience at St. John's College, Oxford, on 3 November 2011. Aliaga is one of Argentina's outstanding contemporary poets, with more than a dozen collections of poems to his name. His work has recently been published
Alexa Rand — special education major, volleyball athlete and organizer of the Olympic Village during Clemson's hosting of Special Olympics last spring. Read more here: http://features.clemson.edu/creative-services/homepage/2012/being-a-tiger/
Foundations in Leadership Tantasqua
Greenland Shark--Physical Appearance
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of the physical characteristics of the Greenland Shark. Students will enjoy the close up view of these amazing creature's eyes. Among the world’s largest sharks, the Greenland shark is an elusive species of dogfish that inhabits the icy waters of the Arctic and the northern Atlantic. Also known as the large sleeper shark for its sluggish movements, the body is heavy-set, the spineless dorsal fins are greatly reduce
Annie Favreau - Driven to Discover Video Contest
4th Place Looking back at your college years, you won't remember each of your classes, test scores, and letter grades. Instead, you'll carry with you the skills you gained from new experiences. College is about finding yourself and your dreams. This video is part of the Driven to Discover video contest where students were asked to explain what they were driven to discover at the University of Minnesota.
Ryan Goltz - Driven to Discover Video Contest
5th Place I am an extroverted, enthusiastic, and motivated individual who is EXTREMELY health oriented. This video explains how I utilize the U of M in order to discover about all aspects of health and wellness. This video is part of the Driven to Discover video contest where students were asked to explain what they were driven to discover at the University of Minnesota.
Constants and Variables Defined
This video defines constants and variables. Constants have values that do not change and may be numeric values, letters, or symbols. Variables have values which change from expression to expression. The terms and examples are shown on a felt board. ( 1:38)
Web Literacy -- Effective Search Techniques, Lesson 1, Topic 1 Introduction
This is a two-minute introductory video to a series of video about effective searching on the Internet.
Freshman Information Night
Admitted freshman students are invited to attend a Freshman Information Night where they can learn more about the next steps to become an Illinois State University Redbird.
Contemporary Architecture and Critical Debate, Spring 2002
Critical review of works, theories, and polemics in architecture in the aftermath of WWII. Aim is a historical understanding of the period and the development of a meaningful framework to assess contemporary issues in architecture. Special attention paid to historiographic questions of how architects construe the terms of their "present." Required of M.Arch. students.