The Magic School Bus Cracks A Yolk - Eggs
Mr. Ruhle (from Makes A Rainbow) gave the class the task of caring of Giblets, his pet chicken. However, Giblets "flies the coop" and the class decides to get a new Rhode Island Red to replace Giblets. Naturally, they decide to hatch one from an egg. They learn on their trip that both a male and female chicken are needed to produce a chicken (though it is never explained why, being a children's show.) At the last minute Giblets returns. "I guess he who flies the coop can always fly back again,"
1Kan : Echte heksjes en tovenaars De blog is geïnspireerd op echte heksjes en tovenaars uit de heksenketel of de allereerste kleuterklas waarin je als 2.5 jarige voor het eerst naar school kan. Er wordt geroerd, gevlogen en getoverd …
De blog is geïnspireerd op echte heksjes en tovenaars uit de heksenketel of de allereerste kleuterklas waarin je als 2.5 jarige voor het eerst naar school kan.
Er wordt geroerd, gevlogen en getoverd …
Responsible Tourism Marketing - Long Version
How to market and communicate your sustainability efforts in tourism and hospitality- 30 minute video This video will make you see sustainability differently. It explains why your current sustainability messages make little impact on your customers, and how integrating sustainability in your company strategy will give you more meaningful, customer focused results. Read the report www.visitengland.com/keepitreal (25min) Like the video? Then take a half day course. We will work together to devel
Fotografie zo Slovenska - Levoča
Fotografie zo Slovenska - Levoča.
A chemical demonstration of the synthesis of nylon. The professor mixes two solutions and then draws off a long strand of nylon (03:43).
MIT Physics Demo -- Adjustable Capacitor with Dielectric
First, an adjustable parallel-plate capacitor is held at a constant voltage. As the separation between the plates is widened, the electrometer shows charge (or current) flowing off of the plates, while the electroscope shows no change in voltage. Notice (by the deflection of the needle) that more charge flows off of the plates when they are closer together, and less when further apart. When the plates are brought back together, we see charge flowing back onto of the plates (02:
Witness: Where North Korea meets the outside world
Sept. 4 - The biggest tourist draw in Dandong, China? Neighboring North Korea. In marketplaces or on speedboats, the city is one of the few places offering glimpses into the everyday lives of North Koreans.
Reuters Today: Moody's piles pressure on ECB's Draghi
As attention centres on Thursday's crucial ECB policy meeting, ratings agency Moody's ratchets up the temperature, changing its outlook on the European Union's Aaa rating to negative.
TIMELINE: Watch out for stormy euro zone September
Sept. 4 - The euro zone is entering one of the most nail-biting months since the debt crisis began. A guide to the pivotal dates that could determine the bloc's future.
Mallory Stewart Robison speaks at President Obama Rally at SPC Seminole Campus
As a state college, St. Petersburg College does not support or oppose any particular candidate and maintains an open door policy to all candidates. More than 11,000 jam Seminole Campus to hear President Obama September 8, 2012 by newsspc President Obama at SPC's Seminole Campus Saturday, Sept. 8 The once-in-a-lifetime opportunity did not disappoint. President Barack Obama's visit to the Seminole Campus of St. Petersburg College drew more than 11,000 enthusiastic supporters on Saturday, under
Alyssa Explains It All: Time Management
SUNY Oswego student video blogger Alyssa Levenberg gives tips on time management and adjusting to college.
From the Court to the Classroom
University of Mississippi senior and ITA Scholar-Athlete Gabby Rangel shares her experience of being a top SEC tennis player while also double majoring in economics and international studies. Video by Mary Stanton.
One Minute Arch March | University of St. Thomas
On Sept. 4, 2012 the University of St. Thomas class of 2016 was welcomed by the campus community at the 12th annual March Through the Arches. Members of this year's freshman class gathered on Summit Avenue, passed through the Arches and were met with applause from administrators, faculty, staff and upperclassmen as they made their way to Schoenecker Area for the interfaith blessing for the new school year. There are 1,460 students in this year's incoming class. Among them are 37 international s
NASA | Afterschool Universe: Life Cycle of a Small Star
Afterschool Universe is an out-of-school-time astronomy program for middle school students that explores basic astronomy concepts through engaging hands-on activities and then takes participants on a journey through the Universe beyond the Solar System.
This video shows a simple kinesthetic activity that models the life cycle of a star with a mass similar to our sun. (02:38)
LeBron Asks: What Muscles Do We Use When Shooting a Basket? - Khan Academy
LeBron James asks Sal Khan about which muscles we use when we shoot a basket. (03:15)
Anne Tanner: Microbes of the Mouth (MWV64)
By: MicrobeWorld In episode 64 of MicrobeWorld Video, Dr. Stan Maloy talks with Anne Tanner Ph.D., BDS, MDCH (Hon.), Associate Professor at Harvard School of Dental Medicine about her research into dental caries and the oral microbiome. This episode was filmed at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Vancouver, Canada on February 18th, 2012. Anne's work with Streptococcus mutans, the leading know cause of Early Childhood Caries (ECC), has led to the discovery of a ne
How to Make Origami
Learn how to make a hopping frog with Melissa and the How2Kids gang as they learn some basic Origami
SW mycoflora project
Russula in North America
Cómo saber cuándo utilizar la Y y la LL
Los plurales de las palabras que en singular terminan en 'y' se escriben también con esta letra. (1:34)