Admiral Kimmel Testifies - Pearl Harbor Hearing
Rear-Admiral Husband E. Kimmel testified before the Pearl Harbor
Investigating Committee regarding his actions as Commander of Naval forces at the time of the Japanese attack. This is a short clip of his testimony, included as the first item in a 14 January 1946. Some language should be reviewed. A great video to show after the study of this event is done by students.
Dust Explosion (Interactive)
In these videos adapted from the Journal of Chemical Education, learn about the dangers of grain elevators and observe the combustion of lycopodium powder. The demonstrator places fine particles of lycopodium powder into a funnel inside a container that also holds a lit candle. Air is forced through the funnel, causing the powder to disperse within the container, and then resulting in an explosive chemical reaction. This demonstration illustrates the hazard of dust explosions—specifically,
The University of Memphis 2012 Commencement-Mr. Larry Papasan
The U of M presented an honorary doctor of letters degree to Larry Papasan at the afternoon Commencement ceremony.
'The Very Lonely Firefly' by Eric Carle Story Book Read Along
In this Story Book Read Along, students will hear "The Very Lonely Firefly" written by Eric Carle. Students will enjoy seeing the illustrations and listening to the sound effects. This is a great resource for the elementary classroom. (4:11)
Hawaiian Imperialism (Kira Langley)
Solving blood clots with integrative STEM lessons
By: nsf The Mobile Area Education Foundation is designing lessons to teach kids that engineering and math can solve real-world problems…like designing ways to catch blood clots in a model human circulatory system.
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The Inferiority Complex of the Social Sciences [On Freedom and Free Enterprise (1956)] It is said and repeated over and over again that the social sciences are so very young, relatively speaking. Why is it that social scientists insist on this as a statement of fact, and why d
[On Freedom and Free Enterprise (1956)]
It is said and repeated over and over again that the social sciences are so very young, relatively speaking. Why is it that social scientists insist on this as a statement of fact, and why d
Do Lectures: How 1% of the Planet Makes a Difference
They can be small Do’s or big Do’s or just extraordinary Do’s. But when you listen to the story of Terry Kellogg, CEO of 1% for the Planet, is a man on a mission. He stands at the intersection between business and environmental guardianship. And just by doing 1% for the planet he is making a big difference.
Since joining the company in 2005 as CEO, Terry and team have grown company participation from just under 100 to well over 1200+ participants. These speeches light a f
Pangea—Earth’s Flavors Reimagined
The Culinary Institute of America’s Senior Director of Food and Beverage Operations Waldy Malouf has a big challenge in front of him: he has to create a new “Pop-Up” restaurant on the college’s Hyde Park campus and get it ready to open in just six weeks. In this first of three videos on the evolution of Pangea, Chef Malouf meets with acclaimed restaurant designer Adam Tihany and the college’s facilities team, and talks about his plans to morph the college’s East Wing Dining Room into
Testing the waters
Chemistry professor John Brennan talks about a paper strip, developed at McMaster University, that can detect harmful concentrations of E. coli in recreational water within minutes. The bioactive paper detects E. coli quickly* and simply, with much greater accuracy than existing portable technology. Read the full story: http://dailynews.mcmaster.ca/story.cfm?id=8902 *Test time accelerated for video demonstration.
Lucha Libre, #9 (enhanced) Masks of Mexico Audio Tour
Lucha Libre fighters are pop culture icons in Mexico today. In the wrestling ring, they enact the age-old drama of good vs. evil. The masks they wear are important aspects of the match to both spectators and luchadores. Learn about this fascinating sport and cultural phenomena from exhibit co-curator Davison Koenig and wrestlers Sol de Oriente and El Cuervo, and Eddie Veralde, a Nogales trainer of wrestlers.
Energy in a Roller Coaster Ride
This interactive roller coaster ride produced for Teachers' Domain illustrates the relationship between potential and kinetic energy. As the coaster cars go up and down the hills and around the loop of the track, a pie chart shows how energy is transformed back and forth between gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy.
DNA Extraction (Interactive)
In this interactive activity adapted from the University of Nebraska's Plant and Soil Science eLibrary, learn how DNA is extracted from leaf tissue for molecular techniques, such as PCR. As the animated sequence shows, DNA extraction involves collecting cells, physically breaking them open to release DNA from the nuclei, separating the DNA from other cellular components, and precipitating DNA out of solution for final extraction. The process utilizes basic laboratory tools, such as microfuge tub
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 sle
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 sle
How to Make a Power Point
An overview of various aspects of a Powerpoint Presentation.