The Nottingham Life Cycle 2 - Day 2
Highlights from day 2 of the Nottingham Life Cycle 2. The team cycled 50 miles from Inchnadamph to Inchbae and received some expert advice on constructing the perfect jam and cream scone. To find out more and sponsor a rider visit www.nottingham.ac.uk/lifecycle Read the Vice-Chancellor's daily blog at http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/lifecycle Follow the ride on Twitter @uonLifeCycle
Memphis Collegiate Vote 2012 and Mayor Wharton.
Memphis Collegiate Vote 2012 and Mayor Wharton.
Solving Word Problems Involving Multiplication of Decimals
In this video you see a whiteboard presentation showing how to solve multiplication problems with decimals. Students could work along with the video or try to race the video when working each problem. Video also has a good review of mathematical terms and steps to solving word problems. (6:38)
Download my Math Interactive Whiteboard Lessons and flash games here: http://iwb-resources.blogspot.com
The Magic School Bus Works Out - Circulation
At this year's Teacherathalon Ms. Frizzle is competing against Mr. Sinew, the gym teacher with giant muscles. Janet shows up again and supports Mr. Sinew. The class is convinced that there is no way Ms. Frizzle can beat someone who can destroy shirts simply by flexing his muscles. Ralphie wants to know what lungs have to do with how your muscles work, so they go on a field trip inside the Friz herself! (23:00)
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,"
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
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.
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)
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
SW mycoflora project
Russula in North America
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences: Engaging Students
Experience what the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Simon Fraser University has to offer! This video contains testimonials of FASS undergrads and alumni from a range of departments describing their experiences while being part of the largest faculty here at SFU. Please visit our FASS homepage for more information about opportunities and programs. http://www.fass.sfu.ca/
BLOSSOMS - How Scientific Teams Develop New Anti-Cancer Drugs This lesson introduces students to the different kinds of scientists - biologists, chemists, cancer doctors - all working together in the various stages of drug discovery. It is part of an MIT BLOSSOMS series of three lessons on cancer.
This lesson introduces students to the different kinds of scientists - biologists, chemists, cancer doctors - all working together in the various stages of drug discovery. It is part of an MIT BLOSSOMS series of three lessons on cancer.
BLOSSOMS - From Teenage to Old Age: How Cancer Develops over Time This lesson focuses on how cancer is caused by mutations that accumulate over time in cells’ DNA, how the genes mutated in cancer are involved in normal cell growth & division, and how different types of mutations affect the functions of these genes. It is part of an MIT BLOSSOMS series of three lessons on cancer.
This lesson focuses on how cancer is caused by mutations that accumulate over time in cells’ DNA, how the genes mutated in cancer are involved in normal cell growth & division, and how different types of mutations affect the functions of these genes. It is part of an MIT BLOSSOMS series of three lessons on cancer.
Motorfietsentechniek : BMW Twin F800S ST In deze aanvulling bij de cursus motorfietstechniek worden de technische details en bijzonderheden van de BMW Twin F800S ST , beschreven.
In deze aanvulling bij de cursus motorfietstechniek worden de technische details en bijzonderheden van de BMW Twin F800S ST , beschreven.…
BC Education Plan -- Learning Empowered by Technology
Students and teachers discuss how technology is being used in independent schools located in British Columbia's lower mainland to make learning more relevant and engaging. (04:31)
12.086 Modeling Environmental Complexity (MIT)
This course provides an introduction to the study of environmental phenomena that exhibit both organized structure and wide variability — i.e., complexity. Through focused study of a variety of physical, biological, and chemical problems in conjunction with theoretical models, we learn a series of lessons with wide applicability to understanding the structure and organization of the natural world. Students will also learn how to construct minimal mathematical, physical, and computational
Jon Huntsman on 'America 2012'
Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. discusses America's role in the world with Duke University Political Science Professor Peter Feaver. The talk, "America 2012: Challenges and Opportunities Abroad," was a Terry Sanford Distinguished Lecture. The conversation was presented by the Sanford School of Public Policy and co-sponsored by the American Grand Strategy Program. Learn more at http://sanford.duke.edu.
Why study Hungarian_Part 3
Why study Hungarian_Part 3.