"What Do You Like To Do?" Song  (Verbs)
A fun song to practice some common things that kids like to do. What do you like to do? ride a bike, dance, draw a picture, climb a tree, speak English, read a book, swim. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review verbs in the elementary classroom. (1:25)
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Stories in the Sky
In this activity, learners create their own constellations and star patterns and write a short, descriptive story explaining the significance of their star pattern/constellation. Then, learners can view their constellations in a homemade "planetarium" and share their stories aloud. This activity is part of a collaboration between NASA and the Navajo that also included videos that can be watched online.
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"What's Your Favorite Color?" Song
This video teaches a fun easy song to review colors. Each color and color word is shown on the screen. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review color words in the early childhood classroom. (1:11)
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Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) in Adults

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Ciencia efervescente y espumosa!
En esta actividad la tira mica muestra a los participantes como pueden hacer un experimento simple para ver cuales la_quidos son ajcidos. Los participantes mezclan materiales no taxicos para ver si hay una reaccian qua_mica. Haran una lista de todos los la_quidos que utilizan en el experimento para documentar los resultados.
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Build 2012 Hackathon Kickoff

The Build hackathon is underway and loads of developers are hard at work creating apps for Windows 8, Windows Azure and Windows Phone 8. I stopped by just as they kicked off and caught some of the pre-event excitement. Take a look!


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Who is the consumer? Who is the reader?
Who is the consumer? Who is the reader? - Cui Su Keywords:remix , epub , consumer , reader
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IMPACT Awards -- JuaBar
Student Team JuaBar JuaBar (jua means "sun" in Swahili) grew out of the Social Ventures course offered by the MBA in Design Strategy program in summer 2011. The team is Olivia Nava (MBA in Design Strategy), Rachel Gant (Industrial Design), and Sachi DeCou (MBA in Design Strategy). Of the 28 million Tanzanians who are mobile phone subscribers, only 10 percent have access to electricity. They may spend 25 percent of their monthly income and several hours each week commuting to charge their phone
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The Sun King and his Court: from Rome to Versailles and back
The 2012 Wolfson College Ronald Syme Lecture was given by Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, Master of Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge. The speaker is introduced by College President Professor Hermione Lee. A Roman social and cultural historian, Andrew Wallace-Hadrill was elected as Master of Sidney Sussex, Cambridge, in 2009. For the previous 14 years he served as Director of the British School at Rome. Born in Oxford, son of a distinguished historian of the early middle ages (Jo
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Salafi Islam, Online Ethics and the Future of the Egyptian Revolution [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Charles Hirschkind | A look at the politics of the Salafi movement in Egypt in relation to changing practices of religious media use. The movement is the political face of a much broader and diverse current within Egyptian society, one grounded less in a specific tradition within Islam than in a grassroots movement centred on ethical reform. Charles Hirschkind is associate professor of anthropology, UC Berkeley.
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Regulating Technologies
Roger Brownsword argues that the legal community should be concerned to contribute to debates about the implications and regulation of rapidly developing and converging technologies (eg ICTs, biotech / nanotech). Roger Brownsword argues that the emergence of a raft of rapidly developing technologies (ICTs, biotechnologies, nanotechnologies and neurotechnologies), together with the prospect of significant convergence between some or all of these technologies, should be of major concern to the leg
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Explore Research at the University of Florida: Roberto Pereira, a UF research associate scientist, explains
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Check out the latest exciting addition to the CIA bachelor's degree universe launching in the 2012-13 academic year—the Bachelor of Professional Studies in Culinary Science! http://www.ciachef.edu/BPS
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#ARTBURST 2012: Bell choir in Young Dining Hall
Queens Professor Meg Johnson of the Music Therapy program conducts the Frances J. McClain Music Therapy Bell Choir as they perform holiday favorites assisted by Queens students. See more #ARTBURST clips: http://blogs.queens.edu/arts-at-queens
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Session 2: A short introduction to data analysis

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Data Analytics wordleOnce you have collected data about your website's performance, your next task will be to turn raw numbers and percentages into meaningful information.

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How Insulin Works
By: trevbt Scientific American entry for Iron Egg Head demonstrating how insulin works in the body. SciAm2012
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