Ten Year old Scout visits a strawberry field to learn more about her favorite fruit.
On November 12, 2013 the Concordia Centraide committee presented a free concert for the community which included singers from the production Town of Mo, a great jazz band and an awesome dance troop. All performers were Concordia students or alumni. With members of the Montreal fire department on hand to help with "passing the hat" we were able to raise $235.00 for the Concordia Centraide campaign.
Sustainocene: Harvard Leads a New Epoch for Humankind | Harvard Thinks Green 2012
Artificial Leaf Inventor and Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy Daniel Nocera Daniel G. Nocera is the Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy at Harvard University. He recently accomplished a solar fuels process that captures the basic elements of photosynthesis and he has translated this science to create the artificial leaf. This discovery sets the stage for a storage mechanism for the large scale, distributed, deployment of solar energy. Time Magazine named his artificial leaf as the Innov
Making the DIY Clinometer
Link to Youtube video showing how to make a do-it-yourself clinometer
Hare Krishna - The Founders
In this part of the interview to Mr Dasa he talks about the founder of the movement. He gives historical background and explains the reasons why they chose the USA to establish.
5-a-side pilot - max your chances at interview.
It's never too early to max your chances at interview when you're feeling underconfident. Know yourself better; articulate what you want to say and know how to respond to what employers or post graduate course leaders need to hear. Hywell Roberts, careers advisers and module leaders join forces to prepare you to go through the interview door with confidence. For more information please visit http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk
Bipolar Electrodeposition of Cobalt on Nanotubes Supported on Polyester Membranes 1
The bipolar (contactless) electrodeposition of cobalt on one tip of an isolated nanotube is described.,National Science Foundation CAREER Award CHE -9875855
Cannabinoid Hyperemesis: A Case Series of 98 Patients.
By: WentzMR Dr. Jason Szostek, internist in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, discusses his article appearing in the February 2012 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings describing a phenomena of relief from cyclical vomiting after long term use of marijuana by hot showers. Available at: http://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(11)00026-7/fulltext
Lawrence Bailey - Market Research Valedictory Lecture
Colleagues from both academia and business were present on 27 January 2011 for Lawrence Bailey's guest lecture on Market Segmentation, Qualitative Research and Conversations Across the Garden Wall. The garden wall of the lecture's title was Lawrence's metaphor for the potential divide between the two sectors. The lecture reflected Lawrence's career-long wish to get qualitative researchers in the commercial world to talk to their counterparts in the academic world, and vice versa. He discusse
Waterman Awardee: Stellar Research and the Search for Exoplanets
Step into the stars in this video from the National Science Foundation with David Charbonneau, associate professor of astronomy at Harvard University. Charbonneau, recipient of NSF's 2009 Alan T. Waterman Award, shares his research on the detection and characterization of extra-solar planets, known as exoplanets.
Solving and Graphing Inequalities
Inequalities are useful for finding a range of solutions. Solving and graphing inequalities is a key to finding and showing that range. This video clip explains how to solve inequalities using a lot of the same methods as those in solving multi-step equations when dealing with additive inverses, although some things are different when solving inequalities using multiplication. We graph inequalities using number lines. (1:32)
educ@conTIC. Las TIC educativas en México
Durada: 33 min. Vídeo. educacontic.es CC 3.0.
Continuem la sèrie de visites a països de parla hispana per conèixer diverses experiències d'integració de les TIC a l'educació. Després de la nostra trobada amb docents d'Argentina i Xile (que podeu escoltar respectivament als programes
Where next for public health in the era of austerity?
This event was the second in a series of master class lectures jointly staged by the University of Leeds and Leeds Metropolitan University bringing together relevant senior figures and academics from across the city and surrounding region. The twenty-first century has seen a growth in political, environmental and economic insecurity in the context of global recession, population ageing and climate change. Responding to these threats involves rethinking how we work together, care for ourselves,
Modified worms grow two heads
Full story: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22229710.300 Lizards and tadpoles can regenerate lost limbs -- so why can't we? Biologist Michael Levin wants to use bioelectricity to do just that. This video shows how his team reprogrammed the bioelectric code in flatworms to make them grow an extra head instead of a tail.
Virtual Maths - Numbers, Find the angle quiz
Interactive simulation quiz, 8 questions, Find the Angle using the simulation and enter the answers
Housing Market Demand Dynamics
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Delayed Potty Training for Children With Autism
Delayed Potty Training for Children With Autism. Part of the series: Parenting Basics. Potty training a child with autism can be delayed depending on the abilities of the child, but consulting a behavioral specialist can make the process easier. (1:09)
How to Get an Child with Autism to Complete a Task
How to Get an Child with Autism to Complete a Task. Kids who have difficulty completing tasks do so not because they are trying to be defiant. It happens because they lose track on what they should be doing, especially if what they WANT to do is different. Shifting gears so that what they want to do is consistent with what they NEED to do is the key to getting a child with autism to complete a task. (2:18) This is a homemade video between a parent and autistic child.
Water on the Web
WOW lessons are designed for infusion into the existing science curriculums for college freshmen and advanced high school students. The lessons use the aquatic environment and real lake data to explore basic science concepts through two different approaches: a directed study (״Studying״) and an inquiry (״Investigating״) approach. The directed studies allow students to apply and learn concepts through direct, guided experience. The inquiry lessons provide a more open-ended opportunity for stu