18.05 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (MIT)
This course provides an elementary introduction to probability and statistics with applications. Topics include: basic probability models; combinatorics; random variables; discrete and continuous probability distributions; statistical estimation and testing; confidence intervals; and an introduction to linear regression.
Ukraine prepares for face-off with Russian in Crimea
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Ukraine's national security chief accuses Russia of being behind seizure of Crimea's airports, warns against "direct aggression." Nathan Frandino reports. Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 16
11.948 Power of Place: Media Technology, Youth, and City Design and Development (MIT)
This workshop provides an introduction to urban environmental design and explores the potential of information technology and the Internet to transform public education, city design, and community development in inner-city neighborhoods. Integration of comprehensive ("top-down") and grassroots ("bottom-up") approaches to design and planning is a major theme. Students will work in a real neighborhood with real people on a real project, putting theory into practice and reflecting on insights gain
Rodgers & Hammerstein: Carousel
In the sixth episode of a series of videos that explore the Rodgers and Hammerstein collections at the Library of Congress, Michael Feinstein examines the origins of the opening number from the hit musical Carousel, "Carousel Waltz." Produced by special arrangement with Imagem/Williamson Music Inc. Speaker Biography: Michael Feinstein, the multi-platinum-selling, two-time Emmy and five-time Grammy-nominated entertainer, dubbed "The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook," is considered one
Pancreapedia The Evacuation of Saigon Bacterial Growth Dinosaur Burrow: Oldest Evidence Found In Australia Tensile test on work hardened copper: necking effect The Puritan Religion The TEAM Approach – Optics and Market Opportunity Xavier Dolan on Mommy | BFI #LFF New World Exchanges between Indians, Europeans Mexico: Cinco de Mayo and the Reign of Maimilian Fidelio Overature-Beethoven ‘Line Monitor’ Explains How K-Ville Works Polite drones could soon form efficient armies Five Most Common Back to School Fears
A video by Meet Me at the Corner. This video has a student interviewing Mr. Vern Jumper, a retired Air Officer who was on duty during the Evacuation of Saigon. The video takes place in San Diego, CA while touring the U.S.S. Midway Museum. The video contains some actual photographs from the time period. A teacher could also use this video to teach students how to conduct an interview. (4:42)
Short video clip showing time lapse of one day of bacterial growth. Grades 4-12. 15 sec.
Paleontologist Anthony Martin shows evidence of oldest fossil evidence of tetrapods in Australia. Explains that the burrows were probably used to survive polar winters. Grades 5-12. 1:52 min.
Necking of work hardened copper during a tensile test at 5 times actual speed. From TLP: Introduction to mechanical testing, http://www.msm.cam.ac.uk/doitpoms/tlplib/mechanical-testing/results2.php
As the Puritans migrated from England to the New World, they had a clear vision of what their churches should be like. Membership was restricted to those who could present evidence that they had experienced “saving grace.” This most often included a compelling description of some extraordinary experience that indicated intimate contact with God. Only those who could submit this proof were considered “visible saints” and allowed full membership in the church. In the early seventeenth cent
Joseph Choi, 2013 graduate of the Technical Entrepreneurship and Management (TEAM) program, talks about how that program has helped him as he continues his education as a PhD student in the Institute of Optics. Choi also talks about the cloaking device that he helped develop, which has received international attention. Working with professor of optics John Howell, Choi helped to develop a simplified version of a cloaking device with four lenses, spaced at precise intervals, designed to bend lig
Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFI. Director Xavier Dolan reflects upon his film Mommy (2014). Dolan discusses the film’s visual appearance, how it relates to his previous films including Tom at the Farm (2013), I Killed My Mother (2009) and Laurence Anyways (2012), and his use of pop music. View our BFI LFF playlist here: http://bit.ly/1sdiv4m Watch more on the BFI Player: http://player.bfi.org.uk/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BFI Like us on Facebook: https://www.face
Indians in the colonies and the impact Europeans had on them is the theme of this video. The exchange of ideas, animals, plants is shown. Also negatives such as germs is explained. Students need to have a graph or table of these so that they can keep track as the video moves rapidly.
(3:45) A closer look at the victory for Porfirio Diaz, and the day that became Cinco de Mayo. The fight with the French is explained and the personalities involved discussed. A good introduction into this war and the reason Cinco de Mayo is celebrated.
In this clip, Herbert von Karajan conducts the Berlin Philharmonic as it plays the Overture to Beethoven's Fidelio (the later title given to his only opera, originally called Leonore).
Duke University student “line monitors” oversee the tenting process in “Krzyzewskiville." As students camp out to be the first in line for the Duke-UNC basketball game, the line monitors check regularly to ensure each tent has someone on site and work with campus officials to maintain safety. To tour K-Ville Kribs, visit http://kvillekribs.tumblr.com Website: http://duke.edu YouTube: http://youtube.com/Duke Google+: http://plus.google.com/+dukeuniversit... Facebook: http://facebook.com/D
Full story: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25792 Robots that can navigate in unknown spaces have been given a set of manners to help them coordinate their in-flight movements
A CBS mini-special, this news broadcast goes over the fears that many students have when going back to school. A parent magazine editor goes over these fears and how to overcome them. Just for primary and elementary. Some interesting ideas such as taking a picture of child with teacher. A four minute video. Good for parents as well as teachers who might not have thought of things such as a student's fear of getting hungry.
The Evacuation of Saigon
Dinosaur Burrow: Oldest Evidence Found In Australia
Tensile test on work hardened copper: necking effect
The Puritan Religion
The TEAM Approach – Optics and Market Opportunity
Xavier Dolan on Mommy | BFI #LFF
New World Exchanges between Indians, Europeans
Mexico: Cinco de Mayo and the Reign of Maimilian
‘Line Monitor’ Explains How K-Ville Works
Polite drones could soon form efficient armies
Five Most Common Back to School Fears