Virtual Maths - Numbers, 2D Rectangle simulation tool
Interactive simulation tool demonstrating the formula for calculating the area of a 2D rectangle
The Story of India- Beginnings (pt. 3)
This documentary is about the history of India. It traces the roots of
the social, religious, and historical roots of the civilization there.
The series contains many interviews with Indian citizens of all sorts.
16.00 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering and Design (MIT)
The fundamental concepts, and approaches of aerospace engineering, are highlighted through lectures on aeronautics, astronautics, and design. Active learning aerospace modules make use of information technology. Student teams are immersed in a hands-on, lighter-than-air (LTA) vehicle design project, where they design, build, and fly radio-controlled LTA vehicles. The connections between theory and practice are realized in the design exercises. Required design reviews precede the LTA race competi
Motivation Lesson Plan
This module is a motivational lesson plan that can be used by all grades and levels. This is on on-going lesson that can be used to boost student morale and confidence. This motivational journal […]
Population Density: How Much Space Do You Have?
Students learn about population density within environments and ecosystems. They determine the density of a population and think about why population density and distribution information is useful to engineers for city planning and design as well as for resource allocation.
The Epiphany of the (In)visible: Texture and Epiphany
Chapter Two of Marcia Brennan's Flowering Light: Kabbalistic Mysticism and the Art of Elliot R. Wolfson.
Autumn Around the Northern East Coast
The changing of the leaves can be seen in space by the SeaWiFS instrument. Shown here are 3 datasets that show the change.
The IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology) education 5-19 team develop each year a programme of resources, activities, competitions and events under a single theme. The programme aims to encourage young peoples interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). All resources are free and available to download via the website and cover award-winning films, multimedia interactive, cross-curricular classroom activities, a yearly competition and challenge days in schools
El Nino Sea Surface Height and Temp Anomalies Wrapped to a Globe: January 1997 through December 1997
El Nino sea surface temperature and anomalies in the Pacific mapped to a globe for January 1997 through December 1997. (Wind anomalies stop at October 1997)
Olympic Peninsula Time Lapse with Park Boundaries: Dissolve through different dates
The four large scenes show the Olympic Peninsula in northwestern Washington State, centered on the Olympic National Park and the national and state forests immediately surrounding the national park. Mount Olympus dominates the scene with its (usually) snow-capped peaks. Clear cutting in the national and state forests around the national park was well underway at the time of the first Landsat scene. In the late 1980s, public land use policies changed and clear cutting by the timber industry migra
Mexico's Fight for Security: Actions and Achievements [Audio]
Speaker(s): Alejandro Poiré | Alejandro Poiré is the National Security Spokesman, Presidencia de la República.
The International Insertion of Uruguay in the world [Audio]
Speaker(s): Luis Almagro | Editor's note: There is a very short gap in the podcast recording at 51:58 owing to a technical fault. Foreign Minister Almagro will outline the Uruguayan Government's Policies on International Relations, focusing on the Southern Cone sub-region, Latin America and the world. Dr Almagro will highlight the positive outcome already achieved by the current Government, with regard to the country's attractive investor-friendly policies, its strategic geographical location as
Exorbitant Privilege: The Rise and Fall of the Dollar [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Barry Eichengreen | The dollar, the world's international reserve currency for over eighty years, has been a pillar of American economic hegemony. In the words of one critic, the dollar possessed an "exorbitant privilege" in international finance that reinforced U.S. economic power. In Exorbitant Privilege, eminent economist Barry Eichengreen explains how the dollar rose to the top of the monetary order before turning to the current situation. Barry Eichengreen is Professor
How China Tackles Climate Change in its Wider Development Agenda [Audio]
Speaker(s): Madam Fu Ying | What is China doing to combat climate change? What challenges are China confronted with in addressing climate change? How China is tackling climate change through international cooperation? Chinese Ambassador Mme FU Ying will share with us China's perspectives on climate change.
Staying Safe Online (19/10/2010) [Audio]
Speaker(s): Bob Ayers, Rob Carolina | LSE IT Services is pleased to present a series of evenings (19, 20 and 21 October) to help promote awareness of information security issues that are relevant to every person that uses the Internet. With the increasing use of computers and information technology in our everyday lives, the number of threats that people face on the Internet everyday has also increased. This series is set to show what some of those threats are, how you can protect yourselves and
Care is needed at all stages of life. This unit makes care in the family its focus because the overwhelming majority of care, including health care, is supplied in families, much of it in private, much of it unnoticed and unremarked upon. The meaning of the term (informal carer) and the word (care) itself are explored.
Master of Health Administration students at the University of Memphis.
Master of Health Administration students at the University of Memphis' School of Public Health.
Number Strips (1-12)
Number strips which teachers can photocopy, cut out and use with pupils for number activities that involve addition or subtraction up to the number 12.