Badminton : Cleartechniek Stapsgewijze inoefening van de clearbeweging, gedurende één lesuur.
Stapsgewijze inoefening van de clearbeweging, gedurende één lesuur.
Badminton : Cleartechniek Stapsgewijze inoefening van de clearbeweging, gedurende één lesuur .
Stapsgewijze inoefening van de clearbeweging, gedurende één lesuur .
MSU/Mexico: New Initiatives
Michigan State University students and faculty making a difference in the lives of children in Mexico.
Duke Chapel Live - May 27, 2012
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Anna Carter Florence delivers a sermon entitled "Wind and Fire and Galileans" Opening Excerpt from the Sermon: (44:49) "When the day of the Pentecost had come, the disciples were all together in one place, and suddenly from heaven there came a sound like the rush of a violent wind and it filed the entire house where they were sitting. Pentecost, it's a funny kind of holiday it isn't exactly a traditional family time for Christians as in, so w
Senior Montage: NYIT Commencement 2012
Images and Video of the NYIT Class of 2012 shown at the NYIT Commencement on May 20, 2012 Congrats to all the graduates!
Coastal Wave Mechanics
This site features Flash animations and a QuickTime movie that illustrate how waves and water molecules behave along the shore and in deep water settings. Animations depict the orbital motion of water molecules and show cross sections of waves at varying depths. These resources are suitable for use in lectures, labs, or other teaching activities.
Business Plan Competition - Winners and Final Remarks
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Butterflies of the British Isles
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Discrete Random Variables: Hypergeometric (optional)
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module describes the properties of a hypergeometric experiment and hypergeometric probability distribution. This module is included in the Collaborative Statistics textbook/collection as an […]
"System of Rice Intensification" in Cambodia.
The System of Rice Intensification (SRI) is an organic method of increasing the yield of rice. The method was developed in the 1980s by Henri de Laulanie in Madagascar.
"Spring is Here" Song
In this English time video, students will enjoy the sights and sounds of spring with this cute song "Spring Is Here". They will see flowers, bees, trees, etc...all the things that are symbolic of spring. This is a great resource for the early childhood classroom. (1:14)
Rate Tornado Damage (Interactive)
The whirling winds of tornadoes can produce damage that ranges from broken tree limbs to a block of houses swept from their foundations. They can inflict utter devastation across a wide swath of land or, remarkably, destroy one house and leave others on either side largely untouched. In this interactive activity from NOVA Online, you will evaluate scenes of destruction utilizing the most widely used scale for assessing a tornado's intensity, the Fujita scale.
Dividing Polynomials Long Division
This 5:47 long video uses a lecture format and explains that when dividing polynomials, you can use either long division or synthetic division to arrive at an answer. Using long division, dividing polynomials
is easy. We simply write the fraction in long division form by putting
the divisor outside of the bracket and the divided inside the bracket.
After the polynomial division is set up, the same process is followed with long division with numbers. The video can be stopped t
Picasso-Inspired Soft Sculpture - Lesson Plan
Adapt Picasso-style cubist image into a three-dimensional soft sculpture. This project combines printmaking, drawing, acrylic painting, sculpture and textiles. The 4:48 video shows how do make the piece and is fairly easy to follow.
Matthew Hutson: The 7 Laws of Magical Thinking Matthew Hutson's talk on his book "The 7 Laws of Magical Thinking: How Irrational Beliefs Keep us Happy, Healthy, and Sane" at MIT May 14, 2012. Introduction by Alan Lightman.
Matthew Hutson's talk on his book "The 7 Laws of Magical Thinking: How Irrational Beliefs Keep us Happy, Healthy, and Sane" at MIT May 14, 2012. Introduction by Alan Lightman.
Common Hour: Robert Reich 10/25/02
Robert B. Reich is university professor and the Maurice B. Hexter Professor of Social and Economic Policy at Brandeis University and its Heller Graduate School. Before joining the Brandeis faculty, Reich served as the nation’s 22nd Secretary of Labor during President Bill Clinton’s first term. Prior to joining Clinton’s cabinet, Reich was on the faculty at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, and served as an assistant to the Solicitor General in the Ford Administra
Essential Science for Teachers: Life Science
In-depth interviews with children that uncover their ideas about the topic at hand.,The segment provides information about commonly held ideas that students have about why organisms have certain traits. Many misconceptions about heredity are revealed.