TED415 Session11 Spring 2012
Multicultural Education with Jeffrey Miller Guest Raymond Salas
DNA Sequencing (Interactive)
In this interactive activity adapted from the Dolan DNA Learning Center, examine the techniques geneticists use to read a sequence of DNA fragments. Sequencing enables scientists to analyze DNA and ultimately piece together the genomes of living organisms. The activity features Fred Sanger's original sequencing method, developed in 1977, and an automated version of Sanger's method that uses computers to read and interpret data. This newer technique provides a faster and more reliable means of se
The Thirsty Crow (Interactive Game/Story)
This moral story, is more complex phonic decoding and abbreviations are introduced. Children are encouraged to read with expressions. Suitable for Grade 1 and above.This interactive story is about a clever crow who teaches that where there is a will, there is a way.. Kids will learn to read with more complex phonic decoding. Word list:thirsty, them, there, the, stones, sunny, pitcher, and more. Double syllable words and punctuations are introduced. Suitable for Kindergarten
Discovering Antarctica (Interactive)
This interactive activity adapted from the British Antarctic Survey introduces some of the physical features and wildlife of Antarctica. Explore Antarctica's mountains, ice shelves, icebergs, ice melt, ships, penguins, seals, and albatrosses through nine videos with accompanying text.
The Tale of the Tulip - Russell Bowes
Freelance garden historian Russell Bowes brings the story of the tulip to life with power, passion and petals!
The Paralympic Legacy - Simone Lewis, Polly Mcguigan and James Bilzon
Simone Lewis Dr Polly Mcguigan and Dr James Bilzon examine how the University of Bath aims to become a research centre of excellence in disability and Paralympic sport ahead of and beyond London 2012
Creative tensions between science & technology - Sir Richard Friend
Recent debate on the role and affordability of scientific research has too often been presented as a choice between 'blue skies science' and 'useful' engineering. This public lecture at the University of Bath by Professor Sir Richard Friend on 5 April 2011 argues that this is a highly mistaken outlook.
Session I: The Problem in Context
7th Annual Program in Ethics and Health Conference: Identified vs. Statistical Lives - Ethics and Public Policy Session Chair: Norman Daniels, Ph.D. Mary B. Saltonstall Professor and Professor of Ethics and Population Health, Harvard School of Public Health Susan Dentzer, M.A. (hon) Editor-in-Chief, Health Affairs Thomas C. Schelling, Ph.D. Distinguished University Professor, Department of Economics, University of Maryland David Cutler, Ph.D. Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics, Dep
Soil Types and Soil Structure
In this animated video, students will learn what plants need to grow. They include the following: 1. Amount of Sunlight, 2. Availability of Water, 3. Availability of Air, and 4. Availability of Nutrients. 3 different types of soil are addressed-sandy, clay, and loam. Students will easily understand the concrete and colorful visuals. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (5:42)
La Ratita Presumida - un cuento corto para niños (en español)
Tradicional cuento corto infantil de la ratita presumida, pero con final
feliz, como nos gusta a nosotros. Un bonito cuento que enseña que no
hay que fiarse de las apariencias. (5:24)
Session II: Explaining the Identified Victim Bias
7th Annual Program in Ethics and Health Conference: Identified vs. Statistical Lives - Ethics and Public Policy Session Chair: Stephen Resch, Ph.D. Deputy Director, Center for Health Decision Science, Department of Health Policy and Management, Harvard School of Public Health Deborah Small, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Marketing and Psychology, University of Pennsylvania Jennifer Lerner, Ph.D. Professor of Public Policy and Management, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and Director, Harva
Round 2 Cheer
Professor Jody Gittell at the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute
In this seminar, Professor Jody Gittell draws upon case studies in the U.S. health and human service sectors to develop a relational model of organisational change. This model suggests that meaningful transformation requires changes in the worker-worker, worker-customer, and worker-manager relationships using three kinds of interventions -- relational, work process, and structural. Relational interventions include mapping current relationship patterns, fostering psychological safety and coaching
A IMPORTNCIA DA DEFESA CVIL
Lesson #091, Monday Quel ragazzo e' forte = That boy is strong. Vogliono essere insegnanti buoni. = They want to be good teachers. Il dottore non e' povero = The doctor is not poor. Hai visto quella chiesa alta? = Did you see that tall church? Ho mangiato troppi biscotti. = I ate too many cookies. Lui e' povero, ma bello. = He is poor, but handsome. Quell'insegnante e' sposato? = Is that teacher married? Il cane grasso dorme sempre. = The fat dog always sleeps.
Quel ragazzo e' forte = That boy is strong.
Vogliono essere insegnanti buoni. = They want to be good teachers.
Il dottore non e' povero = The doctor is not poor.
Hai visto quella chiesa alta? = Did you see that tall church?
Ho mangiato troppi biscotti. = I ate too many cookies.
Lui e' povero, ma bello. = He is poor, but handsome.
Quell'insegnante e' sposato? = Is that teacher married?
Il cane grasso dorme sempre. = The fat dog always sleeps.
How to Make a Power Point
An overview of various aspects of a Powerpoint Presentation.
The Story of SUNY Oswego: Chapter 8, Our Future
Even as we celebrate more than 150 years of excellence, SUNY Oswego looks forward to a bright future.
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