Cosmic Survey: What are Your Ideas About the Universe?
Lesson plans and activity composed of a three-part questionnaire that launches students on discussions about where objects in space are located, and when they were formed- an introduction to the concepts of structure and evolution of the universe. This astronomical image-sorting activity lays the groundwork for discussions about the size, scale and history of the universe. Use it as a front-end assessment of how students understand the universe. Recommended for teachers of Grades 6-12 and inform
Some Fresh Ideas: A Welcome from the JHU Alumni Community
The Johns Hopkins University Alumni Community welcomes the class of 2014 with some fun advice.
Religious Toleration and Political Liberalism
Professor Susan Mendus (York) gives a talk for the Science and Religious Conflict Conference 2010. Dr Nick Southwood (Oxford) is the commentator.
UK General election 2010: Political science resources
This excellent site is maintained by Richard Kimber, a former member of staff at Keele University. It provides links to websites relating to the UK 2010 general election. These include newspaper/ media sites, opinion polls, political party and candidate sites and full-text manifestos. There are links to Richard Kimber's main websites where directories of materials relating to earlier elections may be found.
Dangerous Ideas in Development - 'Media, Violence and Citizenship' All presentations Dangerous Ideas in Development 'Media, Violence and Citizenship'
Dangerous Ideas in Development 'Media, Violence and Citizenship'
Breakthrough Ideas for 2007 The HBR List: Breakthrough Ideas for 2007: In this podcast, we welcome back Harvard Business Review senior editor Paul Hemp to the hot seat. In his chat with IdeaCast producer Steve Singer, Paul introduces us to a few of the more intriguing concepts on HBR's List of Breakthrough Ideas for 2007. Among them: what Harry Potter can teach us about branding... HBR In Brief: In our HBR In Brief segment, leadership that gets resul
The HBR List: Breakthrough Ideas for 2007: In this podcast, we welcome back Harvard Business Review senior editor Paul Hemp to the hot seat. In his chat with IdeaCast producer Steve Singer, Paul introduces us to a few of the more intriguing concepts on HBR's List of Breakthrough Ideas for 2007. Among them: what Harry Potter can teach us about branding...
HBR In Brief: In our HBR In Brief segment, leadership that gets resul
The New Science of Ideas The New Science of Ideas: Harvard Business Onlineâs Paul Michelman talks with Richard Ogle, author of the new book Smart World: Breakthrough Creativity and the New Science of Ideas. Â Copyright 2007 Harvard Business School Publishing
The New Science of Ideas: Harvard Business Onlineâs Paul Michelman talks with Richard Ogle, author of the new book Smart World: Breakthrough Creativity and the New Science of Ideas.
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Keep Your Ideas to Yourself Featured Guest: Marshall Goldsmith, author of the "Ask the Coach" blog on HarvardBusiness.org. Copyright 2008 Harvard Business School Publishing
Featured Guest: Marshall Goldsmith, author of the "Ask the Coach" blog on HarvardBusiness.org.
Copyright 2008 Harvard Business School Publishing
Green Innovation -- Wacky Ideas, Wise Results
Featured Guest: Andrew Winston, coauthor of "Green to Gold" and contributor on HarvardBusiness.org's "Leading Green" blog. Copyright 2008 Harvard Business School Publishing
The Most Influential Management Ideas of the Decade
Featured Guest: Julia Kirby, HBR editor at large. Copyright 2010 Harvard Business School Publishing
Course Ideas Overview
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6. Developing the Good Citizen: Contemporary Political Campaigning
Technology, politics, social theory, organizing, Democratic party, voting machines, political consulting, web pages, broadcast, data technology, mobilization, fundraising, e-mail, MoveOn.org, social networking, blogosphere, netroots, web 2.0, volunteering
8. The Political Economy of the Global Coal Market
Coal, natural resources, international markets, trade, trading, commodities, economics, sustainable development, politics, environment, research, business, consumers, global energy, expense, abundance, competition, biomass renewables, clean technology, em
3. Darwin's Big Book and Its Ideas (October 6, 2008)
history, science, biology, social science, humanities, philosophy, education, evolution, nature, origin of species, natural selection, life, organism, environment, anthropology, human ancestry, Victorian England, Britain, Industrial Revolution, British Em
The Art of Political Cartooning: Kevin "Kal" Kallaugher
The UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy Welcomes The Economist's political cartoonist, Kevin "Kal" Kallaugher to discuss the iterpretation of news through drawing cartoons. Learn how to draw George Bush in five minutes and discover how to draw like a professional cartoonist.
11. The Political Heritage (October 20, 2008)
history, social science, anthropology, cultural studies, religion, philosophy, ethics, theory, witchcraft, salem, demographic, political party, coalition, Bonny Prince Charley, France, Scottish, painting, liberty, protestant, loyalty, absolutism, Thomas H
14 - Never Call Retreat: Military and Political Turning Points in 1863
Professor Blight lectures on the military history of the early part of the war. Beginning with events in the West, Blight describes the Union victories at Fort Donelson and Fort Henry, introduces Union General Ulysses S. Grant, and narrates the horrific battle of Shiloh, fought in April of 1862. Moving back East, the lecture describes the Union General George McClellan's abortive 1862 Peninsula campaign, which introduced the world to Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. The lecture co
Listen: How voters view authority speaks volumes about political views
Authoritarianism and Polarization in American Politics, co-authored by Vanderbilt political scientist Marc Hetherington, focuses on the reasons behind the political realignment of the past several decades. More liberals are voting for Democrats and more conservatives are choosing GOP candidates, Hetherington said.