Professor Rick Roush examines the realities and myths around Genetically Modified (GM) or transgenic Crops. With Dr Shane Huntington.
Guest: Professor Rick Roush, Dean, Faculty of Land and Food Resources.
Topic: Genetically modified crops: the wheat from the chaff
Civil Rights Movement
This three minute offers images of the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. There are excerpts from leading figures of the time and some compelling photos.
Obama warns on Budget impasse
U.S. President Barack Obama urged Congress to find "common ground" sparing the country a damaging government shutdown. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Clinton to urge tough Libya sanctions
Hillary Clinton urges a more robust response on Libya to the U.N. Human Rights Council as official says sanctions could persuade Libya's ruling elite to ditch Gaddafi.
Sesame Street-"I Don't Want to Live on the Moon"
In this classic 1978 Sesame Street Video, Ernie sings about the moon, the sea, and the jungle. He sings about all the good things that are there but doesn't want to live there. This is a fun resource for young students and can open the door to good classroom discussions.
History of Music The Classical Period Middle Ages and The Renaissance
This History of Music video will assist classical music students to study the introduction of secular music during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and identify the instruments. Religious leaders used music to prevent worshipers from thinking other thoughts. This 2:25 minute video explains how music promotes the atmosphere that the religious leaders wanted and how the concept was borrowed from Jewish tradition.
BBC series - World's Best Places to See Nature's Fury takes a look at gushing geysers, the hot boiling water shoots from underground. Worlds Best tells you about the best and most exciting features of our planet and how and where to find them. The video could also be used with a lesson on geothermal energy. (04:37)
Reform Movements 1800s
This seven minute video discusses the reform movement in regard to mental illness and prisons of the 1800s. The work of Dorothy Dix is explained and its importance. The modern public education movement under Horace Mann is explained, too. The 18th amendment's passage and the causes are also examined and its failure. A good overview of the progressive movement and those responsible for its improvements.
Live video 6 p.m.: “Engineering as a Profession – A Career Perspective”
Tune in Feb. 22 at 6 p.m. to watch live streaming video of the talk, “Engineering as a Profession – A Career Perspective” by Edwin McAlister, director of Air and Missile Defense Programs for Northrop Grumman. Sponsored by E-Council, ASME and SAE, SAME, Vanderbilt Aerospace Club. Part of National Engineers Week at Vanderbilt.
Evaluación en la Especialidad de Matemáticas (Master de Secundaria)
* Reflexionar sobre la evaluación y la forma de trabajarla en un aula de Secundaria.
* Conocer diferentes formas de evaluación y profundizar en las mismas desde el punto de vista de la enseñanza y el aprendizaje.
* Aplicar formas de evaluación a situaciones de un aula de Secundaria.
* Trabajar en situaciones abiertas que permitan crear hábitos de persistencia de búsqueda de soluciones, las peculiaridades de trabajar en grupo, la confianza en el propio trabajo y la importancia d
Professor Siba N Grovogui speaks
In this video we catch up with leading political expert Professor Siba Grovogui (Johns Hopkins University), who was at The University of Nottingham to take part in a seminar for the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice.
Find out how a senior judge in Guinea gave it all up and embarked on a distinguished academic career.
Professor Grovogui gave a stimulating lecture on international relations theories and the question of race politics.
Idioms in ASL - Turn Over a New Leaf
English idioms are presented in American Sign Language through skits that demonstrate the meaning of the idiom. A project from Kentucky School for the Deaf. *Open captioned for hearing students. (2:31)
Idiom in ASL - Read Between the Lines
English idioms are presented in American Sign Language through skits that demonstrate the meaning of the idiom. A project from Kentucky School for the Deaf. *Open captioned for hearing students. (1:11)
Disaster Relief Volunteering
Dr Debbie Haski-Leventhal, NAB Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Impact, talks about volunteering in disaster situations.
Multiplying Monomials - FOIL
This video explains how to multiply monomials and binomials using different methods, including the distributive property and FOIL. FOIL is a mnemonic device to remember how to find the product of two binomials: we multiply the First, Outer, Inner, and then Last terms in each binomial. When multiplying monomials and binomials, it is important to remember the rules of multiplying exponents. (1:42)
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