Visuals Aid Understanding of Mixture Problems
Lesson Objective: Use graphic organizers and illustrations to explain math formulas. Questions to Consider: Why does Ms. Warburton use both the mixture picture and the seesaw method?How does the seesaw method help students discover the relationship between strength and amount of a mixture?Why is it important to discover relationships instead of just providing formulas?
Spring Wild Foods & Herbal Tonics: The Plant Whisper
Tim Walking Bear Goodblood "The Plant Whisperer", shares teachings about how to and where to harvest spring wild plant foods & medicine. this is the full movie and lasts 42 minutes.
Breakingviews: Day two at Davos
Morgan Stanley co-president Paul Taubman talks to Rob Cox and Peter Thal Larsen in Davos about business.
UM Biology Prof Discovers Once Thought Extinct Tortoise
From Galapagos.org: "Through a combination of cutting edge genetic research and time-tested field work, scientists have determined that a Galapagos Giant Tortoise species long thought to be extinct in the wild may still be living on the northern end of the island of Isabela, a few hundred kilometers from Floreana, their island of origin." UM Biology Professor Ryan Garrick talks about his role in the study. Video by Mary Stanton.
The decision process in the financial services industry
Munir Nanji is exploring how board members conceptualise independence and project objectivity in order to successfully govern. Findings have led to the next stage of his research, which will look more closely at Asian family-run boards from the Chair's perspective.
FROLIC ARCHITECTURE: A Performance by Susan Howe and David Grubbs - Woodberry Poetry Room
Poet and 2011 Bollingen Prizewinner Susan Howe and composer David Grubbs present "Frolic Architecture," a multidisciplinary performance that merges Howe's uncanny vocalizations with Grubb's ambient soundings. Sponsored by the Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard University. Date: November 2, 2011 at Thompson Room, Barker Center.
L’interprétation musicale comme analogue à l’interprétation des lois
Jeanne Simard, Professeure, Département des sciences économiques et administratives, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
Absolute Beginner S2 #3 - A Japanese Introduction
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You like meeting new people, so you’re excited to join a new club now that you’ve started to adjust to your life in Japan. But when the leader tells everyone to introduce themselves in Japanese by sharing three interesting facts, you’re stumped. What would this diverse group of Japanese people find [...]
Automata, Computability, and Complexity, Spring 2011
This course provides a challenging introduction to some of the central ideas of theoretical computer science. Beginning in antiquity, the course will progress through finite automata, circuits and decision trees, Turing machines and computability, efficient algorithms and reducibility, the P versus NP problem, NP-completeness, the power of randomness, cryptography and one-way functions, computational learning theory, and quantum computing. It examines the classes of problems that can and cannot
Dance for a Chicken: The Cajun Mardi Gras
Cajun filmmaker Pat Mire gives us an inside look at the colorful, rural Cajun Mardi Gras. Every year before Lent begins, processions of masked and costumed revelers, often on horseback, go from house to house gathering ingredients for communal gumbos in communities across rural southwest Louisiana. The often-unruly participants in this ancient tradition play as beggars, fools, and thieves as they raid farmsteads and perform in exchange for charity or, in other words, "dance for a chicken."
2011 Nobel Laureates in a round table discussion program, Nobel Minds
See the full version: http://www.nobelprize.org/mediaplayer/index.php?id=1763 In this short excerpt, the 2011 Nobel Laureates in science discuss with program host, Zeinab Badawi from BBC World News, what it's like to be in the limelight. The Laureates joke about comparisons to Brad Pitt.
Is the atom fundamental?
Students are introduced to the idea of classifying atoms into families according to their chemical properties. On this page of a tutorial on particle physics, students discover that these atoms are made out of even smaller particles. Students compare a model of an atom from the year 1900 with a modern view of an atom. Experimentation shows that these atoms have a small, dense nucleus with a positive charge surrounded by a negative cloud of electrons. Students are presented with a riddle asking w
Greenland Shark--An Overview
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a Greenland Shark swimming in its natural habitat. Amongst the world’s largest sharks, the Greenland shark is an elusive species of dogfish that inhabits the icy waters of the Arctic and the northern Atlantic. Also known as the large sleeper shark for its sluggish movements, the body is heavy-set, the spineless dorsal fins are greatly reduced, and the snout is short and rounded. This is a great resource to help
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Catholic Mass - 1/29/2012 (Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time)
Duke Catholic Center's Celebration of the Eucharist Fr. Michael Martin, OFM, presiding Fr. Rick Riccioli, OFM, visiting priest, preaching Jordan Differding, assisting in the homily http://catholic.duke.edu Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Service begins @ 9:51 Homily begins @ 27:34 Scripture: First Reading: Deuteronomy 18:15-20 Psalm 95: If Today You Hear God's Voice (89) Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 7:32-35 Gospel: Mark 1:21-28 Hymns (from the the Gather hymnal, ©1994): Processional Hymn:
IDS350 Session 2 Spring 2012
IDS350 Session 2 Spring 2012 Gardens of California Jerry Turney
PMAD Sharroky Hollie
People Make a Difference with Danny Brassell 1/30/12 Guest; Sharroky Hollie
5th Grade Dance Off
Eva on Writing, Part 1: Introduction