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
ER Physician interveiw
MSU Faculty conversations: Patrick Shaw
Patrick Shaw talks about his work developing an online master's program for those interested in serious games. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/faculty-conversations-patrick-shaw
Walter Bright: The D Programming Language The D Programming Language combines modeling power, modern convenience, and native efficiency into one powerful language. D embodies many new ideas in programming languages along with traditional proven techniques.
The D Programming Language combines modeling power, modern convenience, and native efficiency into one powerful language. D embodies many new ideas in programming languages along with traditional proven techniques.
Life and death in the Neolithic Cotswolds - Nick Snashall
Dr Nick Snashall, National Trust archaeologist for Avebury, describes how a fresh look at the Neolithic Cotswolds brings to light how its people lived their lives.
How to amaze your friends - Chris Budd
Professor Chris Budd from the University of Bath takes mathematics into the dark territory of murder, suicide, love, sex and conquest.
Pete Seeger - The Water is Wide
Believed to be either an English or Scottish folk song, "The Water is Wide" originated around the 1600's.
Originally Oh Waly Waly, about Lady Barbara Erskine, daughter of the 9th
Earl of Mar. Married the 2nd Marquis of Douglas in 1670, but falsley
accused of adultery by , Lowrie of Blackwood, a man she would not love.
She returned to her father and died unmarried.
Communicating Across Cultures, Spring 2005
In an increasingly interconnected world, communicating across cultures is a crucial skill in the international networks of business, science, and technology. Subject examines a range of communication styles and techniques resulting from different cultural norms and traditions. It begins with a general theoretical framework and then moves into case studies. Topics include understanding the relationship between communication and culture, differences in verbal and non-verbal communication styles, b
Interactive Math Story about Fractions
This animated story reviews basic fractions to students. The student is read orally while the words appear at the bottom of the screen. Students are asked a question and the story pauses before it answers. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review basic fractions in the elementary classroom. (1:42)
Estimating Lengths and Areas
This 2:35 video explains some important terms for math students and it starts with a variety of them so students should be prepared to take a great many notes or have a handout of them. They include area and length among others. Many definitions explains as well.
Tierra - La película de nuestro planeta (10/10)
"Tierra" es un documental de nuestro planeta y un
recordatorio de la delicada fragilidad del lugar donde vivimos. Este documental es una serie de diez videos y está adecuado para estudiantes de escuela intermedia y secundaria. Esto podría funcionar como una introducción a ciencias naturales. El documental también habla sobre el calentamiento global. Las partes 2 y 5 del documental están bloqueados debido a los derechos de autor. Parte 5 del documental tie
Colonists Protest British Policies
From the 1760's onward, colonial anger grows as the British pass a series of taxes and laws. With each one, the two groups move closer to war. In this video clip, learn more about how new British taxes fueled the fire of the American Revolution. (0:50)
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)
Learn To Tell Time--Numbers 1-12 to Show Hour
This short animated video introduces the numbers 1-12 on the clock. An animated clock walks students through where numbers 1-12 are located. This is a great resource to introduce telling time to the elementary classroom. (1:28)
Absolute Beginner S2 #9 - One of These Things is Not Like the Other One in Japan
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Since you don’t know that much Japanese yet, you are using gestures and pointing a lot when you don’t know the right Japanese word to say. However, you’re growing tired of having to point at everything. Your friends are also getting frustrated that they have to translate words from English to [...]
Inside a DVD Player - the laser mechanism
Filmed from three different perspectives, each in both visible and infrared light. No narration. (01:19)