Anne Ellegood and Andrea Cohen videocasts: Episode 4
Curator Anne Ellegood and artist Andrea Cohen talk about the process and ideas around several of Cohen's sculptures in The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas.
Anne Ellegood and Ryan Hill on "The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas"
Curator Anne Ellegood and Curatorial Research Associate Ryan Hill discuss several artists and artworks in the Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas. Enhanced for users with color-screen iPods.
Artist on Artist Gallery Talk: Evan Holloway
Evan Holloway, an artist featured in The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas, talks about his own work and works from the Hirshhorn's collection which he selected for his Collection in Context installation. Includes 3-minute musical composition of Stephan von Huene's Totem Tone V.
In Conversation: The Current State of Sculpture
Join us for an extended conversation with four of the artists from The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas: Mark Handforth, Rachel Harrison, Charles Long, and Franz West. Moderated by exhibition curator Anne Ellegood and art historian and catalogue contributor Johanna Burton, the discussion offers an opportunity to hear from artists about how both the history of the medium and the nature of contemporary life impact their approach to making objects.
A Conversation with Marco Maggi
Marco Maggi, a Uruguayan artist whose "From DNA to CNN," 2005, has recently been acquired by the Hirshhorn, discusses his art-making process and ideas with Programs Manager Milena Kalinovska.
Hirshhorn AfterHours Preview: Richard Chartier
Digital sound artists Richard Chartier and Taylor Deupree will premiere a new musical work created especially for the "Hiroshi Sugimoto" exhibition at Hirshhorn AfterHours on March 30 beginning at 5:30 pm. Hirshhorn Programs Manager Milena Kalinovska and Chartier discuss the process and ideas in his work. Excerpts from previous live performances by Chartier and Deupree follow.
Very sorry for being late like this :$ Calibrated Peer Review: Petroleum Geology of the Persian Gulf Region Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT) WarmUp Activity: Geologic Dating Petrology in the Gravel Pit Rock/Mineral Scavenger Hunt A Brief History of Evolutionary Genetics The beginnings of life on Earth. Artificial Intelligence: Natural Language Processing Integrating Mathematics, Science and Language "Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies, Spring 2009" Essential Knowledge: Social Networking Rules for Kids Transcendentalism End of the year ideas for teachers Best Practices For Teaching in a Video Environment:
I would like to say that I'm very sorry for not producing any new episode, I was very busy in last two months. A lot of new things happened ;)
Anyway The Arabic Podclass will be back soon with more new ideas in the show and more new content.
In this assignment, students explore the origin and distribution of oil and gas in a region of global significance. Also included are the geologic history and the socio-political and environmental issues associated with hydrocarbon exploration and production. Students then walk through an online case ...
This site features Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT) warm up questions in geologic dating. The questions examine zircon formation and relative and absolute dating. The site also includes links to more information on Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT), and to a page devoted to assessment for information and ideas ...
In this lab, students use pebbles and boulders exposed in a gravel pit to learn more about petrology. This Starting Point page lays out the exercises learning goals, context for use, teaching notes and tips, teaching materials, assessment ideas, references and topics covered.
In this game activity, teams of students compete to find a specimen of each rock or mineral on a list in a field area. On this Starting Point page, users can access information about the exercise's learning goals, context for use, teaching notes and tips, teaching materials, assessment ideas, references ...
This web article discusses the history of evolutionary genetics. The article highlights important contributors such as Sewall Wright and Dobzhansky as well as current ideas in evolutionary genetics. From this webpage, users can read and download the article and follow links to other useful websites.
This American Scientist article by Christian de Duve reviews current ideas of the origin of life from abiotic materials, including the early atmosphere and the "RNA world." Users can read this article online, request classroom use permission or email the article. The page also contains links to related ...
This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental concepts and ideas in natural language processing (NLP), and to get them up to speed with current research in the area. It develops an in-depth understanding of both the algorithms available for the processing of linguistic information and the underlying computational properties of natural languages. Wordlevel, syntactic, and semantic processing from both a linguistic and an algorithmic perspective are considered. The focus is on m
This bilingual curriculum and resources guide and is designed to help elementary school teachers organize instruction to increase achievement of Hispanic primary-grade children whose first language is not English. The guide offers a curriculum plan, instructional strategies and activities, suggested teacher and student materials, and assessment procedures. Because language development is a fundamental co-requisite for learning mathematics and science concepts, processes and skills, the lessons i
"This course is designed as an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of Women's and Gender Studies, an academic area of study focused on the ways that sex and gender manifest themselves in social, cultural, and political contexts. The primary goal of this course is to familiarize students with key issues, questions and debates in Women's Studies scholarship, both historical and contemporary. This semester you will become acquainted with many of the critical questions and concepts feminist
Education and parenting expert Amy James shares tips for kids using social networking sites. Learn how to make social networking an educational experience along with safety tips and other ideas.
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This video is accompanied by text. "In his 1794 book The Age of Reason, Thomas Paine advanced a religious philosophy called Deism that struck at the tenets of organized religions, particularly Calvinism as it was practiced by the Puritans. Paine claimed that churches were “set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit.” These thoughts were shocking to Americans who were imbued with a strong religious tradition. At the same time, Paine’s ideas appealed to many Ameri
Some ideas for the end of the teaching year. The teacher does not show any of these activities. The list are all easy to do and worthwhile before to prepare for next year and review what was learning the current year. These ten ideas are for elementary, but can be used for older students
Learn the techniques needed to successfully teach an online course or presentation done with humor. Some excellent ideas for teachers who are being filmed for online video presentations. Well worth the seven minutes as it covers many seldom thought of tips. Even covers how to do PowerPoint presentations and the type of font.
Calibrated Peer Review: Petroleum Geology of the Persian Gulf Region
Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT) WarmUp Activity: Geologic Dating
Petrology in the Gravel Pit
Rock/Mineral Scavenger Hunt
A Brief History of Evolutionary Genetics
The beginnings of life on Earth.
Artificial Intelligence: Natural Language Processing
Integrating Mathematics, Science and Language
"Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies, Spring 2009"
Essential Knowledge: Social Networking Rules for Kids
End of the year ideas for teachers
Best Practices For Teaching in a Video Environment: