Reading Box-and-Whisker Plots
Using a word problem, Sal Khan demonstrates how to read a Box-and-Whisker Plot in this three-minute video.
Blanchard Student Leadership - What is leadership?
Definition of leadership from a middle school leadership group. This is a good short video about what leadership means to young middle school students.
This is VERY brief, sixteen-minute, overview of the chemistry needed for Real Science-4-Kids Biology.
Helsinki 1952: The Games of the XV Olympiad
The Games of the XV Olympiad from Helsinki, Finland. These Games were best known as the first appearance from the Soviet Union. PowerPoint type presentation. (1:36)
CHIN 202-01, Intermediate Chinese, Spring 2007
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.,This course aims at improving students’ aural-oral skills to achieve fluency and comprehension, further developing their proficiency in reading for understanding, and enhancing their ability to write in Chinese and to translate from Chinese into English and vice versa. At the end of the year, course students should be able to communicate with each other in Chinese, to read authentic materials
6. Obama on Auto-Defrosting Refrigerators Natural Logarithm - Problem 3 of 3 Sunday Service- 12/4/2011-Helen Prejean Bytesize Science: The e-Nose: Scientists Try to Develop An Electronic Sniffer Aquarium Makers O Christmas Tree A house Former Glasgow St Enoch to Greenock Princes Pier railway New York State court overturns ban on state gifts to corporations PSYC 306-01, Language & Communication, Fall 2005 Dr. Michael Reed - Academic Spotlight Presidents Song Estadística Voyager
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This video is a continuation and describes the family of functions. It demonstrates how any exponential function can be described with base “e” and provides examples. (4:08)
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Sister Helen Prejean delivers a sermon entitled "Loving Enemies: Is It Possible for Ordinary People? Opening excerpt from the sermon :( 42:45) "It's a great joy for me to share with you this morning, we who try to follow the way of Jesus. When grace comes to us, we awaken. It's all about awakening. Advent the coming is all about awakening. Awakening when it happens is always grace. We cannot make ourselves be enlightened. We can go t
In this video, students will find out that scientists are sniffing around for a way to develop an electronic nose. For almost 25 years, chemists and other scientists have tried to build a machine that can take a whiff of the air, food or other objects and say whether the odor is nasty or nice. Such a machine could work in factories, and help tell whether food is fresh. An electronic nose also could sniff for harmful air pollutants. And unlike people, it could work 24 hours a day and 7 days
Specializing in saltwater aquariums, Nic Tiemens and Joe Pineda love the challenge of recreating a slice of the ocean indoors. Day in and day out, they use volume calculations, temperature, measurement and science to create these beautiful habitats. This video shows how math is used to design and build an aquarium and its impact on the owners. Running time 5:25 minutes
A journey along the former Glasgow & South Western Railway line from Glasgow St Enoch to Princes Pier at Greenock
David Cay Johnston reports how a decision by the NY state's highest court on November 21, 2011 effectively allows corporations to pick taxpayers' pockets.
The primary objective of this course is to provide students with psychological research experience through project-based learning. Students will be introduced to the areas of psycholinguistics, educational technology, and artificial intelligence. Students will leave the course with knowledge of the psychological research methodologies that are used to develop language modules in computer systems that promote learning. Students will acquire knowledge of graduate and industry level research throug
One of the research projects underway on campus is led by Dr. Michael Reed, associate professor of physics and astronomy. Funded by a National Science Foundation grant, the project will use two new observational techniques to study the insides of evolving stars and to measure the vibrations in these stars. Dr. Reed's work focuses on pulsating stars, which are stars that get brighter and fainter within given periods. The study of evolving stars represents the core of what our Sun will be late i
This selection contains a slide show of paintings/photos of the United States Presidents accompanied by a song. The paintings/photos are from the Library of Congress and the dates each President served are listed. ( :51)
Capacitar al alumno para extraer, resumir y comunicar información a partir de conjuntos de datos experimentales. Capacitar al alumno para plantear preguntas acerca de una variable, diseñar el experimento adecuado para investigar estas preguntas, y proporcionarle las herramientas estadísticas para llegar a conclusiones significativas.
More than 30 years after they were launched, NASA's two Voyager probes have traveled to the edge of the solar system and are on the doorstep of interstellar space. (04:30)
Natural Logarithm - Problem 3 of 3
Sunday Service- 12/4/2011-Helen Prejean
Bytesize Science: The e-Nose: Scientists Try to Develop An Electronic Sniffer
O Christmas Tree
Former Glasgow St Enoch to Greenock Princes Pier railway
New York State court overturns ban on state gifts to corporations
PSYC 306-01, Language & Communication, Fall 2005
Dr. Michael Reed - Academic Spotlight