All Summer In A Day, Part 1
This video is based on a short story by Ray Bradbury. It has a futuristic setting where students live on a rainy planet and long for the sun to visit. Everything is dull and grey with the exception of one little girl who remembers what the beauty and warmth of the sun felt like on Earth. This video could be used by students to create numerous writing activities: (1) compare/contrast paragraphs (2) prediciting outcomes (3) creative writing, etc. (09:55)
The Money Song 2
This video features a fun money song that shows the relationship of coins and how their combined values make up the value of other coins. For example, five pennies make a nickel, 10 pennies make dime, etc. It is a great money counting lesson for young children. (1:42)
Cities - An Introduction for Children
Introduces the concept of cities to young children. Discusses such things as downtown, skyscrapers, streets, monuments, and mentions many famous world cities. (03:13)
This video uses a series of examples to introduce (for young children) the concepts of scientific explanation and cause and effect. Examples include giraffes, illness, gravity, and stalactites. (02:56)
Ameto Akpe on Opaque Financial Management of Water in Nigeria
Pulitzer Center grantee Ameto Akpe introduces her forthcoming reporting on opaque financial management in the Nigerian water sector and communities where improvements are sustainable. She is part of a Pulitzer Center team of six journalists investigating water and sanitation in West Africa.
Selay Kouassi on Water as a Tool for Peace in Ivory Coast
Pulitzer Center grantee Selay Kouassi introduces his forthcoming reporting on how water is used as a tool of peace and war in Ivory Coast. He is part of a Pulitzer Center team of six journalists investigating water and sanitation in West Africa.
Samuel Agyemang on Bottlenecks in Ghanaian Water Supply
Pulitzer Center grantee Samuel Agyemang introduces his forthcoming reporting on barriers to extending access to water and sanitation in Ghana. He is part of a Pulitzer Center team of six journalists investigating water and sanitation in West Africa.
How Did the Universe Begin?
This fun Web site is part of OLogy, where kids can collect virtual trading cards and create projects with them. Here, they learn about the work of Edwin Hubble and how his work contributed to the formation of the Big Bang Theory.
Rayleigh-Taylor Instabilities in Supernovae Explosions: Density
The following calculation shows the development and evolution of Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities which develop behind the supernova blast wave on a time scale of a few hours. The initial model was chosen to provide a good representation for the progenitor star for Supernova 1987A. The calculation was performed using the Piecewise-Parabolic Method for hydrodynamics on a two-dimensional spherical grid with rotational symmetry about the vertical axis and equatorial symmetry about the horizontal axis.
Child Labor and the Photography of Lewis Hine -- Pt. 1
This is an excellent documentary concerning child labor and the photography of Lewis Hine. Several of his photographs are included. (07:03)
Ronald DePinho, M.D., on employee expectations
On Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011, Ronald DePinho, M.D., began his presidency of MD Anderson Cancer Center. Here he shares his expectations of MD Anderson employees. DePinho is internationally recognized for basic and translational research in cancer, aging and age-associated degenerative disorders. He's the fourth full-time president of MD Anderson. DePinho succeeds John Mendelsohn, M.D., who remains on MD Anderson faculty, returning to clinical and translational research as co-director of a new In
May Fest 2014
Following five successful years The University of Nottingham once more opened its doors to the local community for May Fest 2014, with free, interactive activities for all ages and interests. Find out more about May Fest - http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mayfest
MSU Faculty conversations: Brendan Mullan
Brendan Mullan, associate professor of sociology in the College of Social Science, talks about how his Irish heritage shaped his interest in international migration. To read more, go to http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2014/faculty-conversations-brendan-mullan/
Introduction to 2 Addition Without Regrouping (24 + 12)
This video demonstrates adding two digit numbers without regrouping, showing the addition with tens and ones sticks and cubes (base 10 blocks). This is a great modeling lesson for the classroom and for home. (2:07)
Beginner S6 #18 - Would You be Able to Move After Running a Japanese Marathon?
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You’ve started jogging to stay in shape while you’re living in Japan for work, and you’ve recently been thinking about taking it to the next level. When they find out that you’re a runner, your Japanese colleagues ask you to join them in an upcoming race. You agree wholeheartedly to run [...]
Virtual Maths Data Handling - Light Survey, Worksheet for Bigger Room
Light Intensity Survey worksheet, activity including resources, for bigger room
Christina Rancke honors her father, who died 9/11
SMU student Christina Rancke was 11 years old when she lost her father in the September 11th attacks on New York's World Trade Center. Today, she is organizing 9/11 events at SMU as a way to honor her father. She talks to WFAA News of Dallas.
SMU, Know What To Do-Evacuation
National Preparedness Month: Know What To Do If You Needed To Evacuate As a part of the Department of Homeland Security's National Preparedness Month, SMU wants to make sure you Know What To Do in case an emergency occurs. Would you know what to do if you heard sirens on campus? What would you do if there was a chemical spill in a lab? What if you received a text message about an active shooter on campus? Would you know what do? We encourage you to take a look at this quick video to learn
SMU Know What To Do: Lockdown
National Preparedness Month: Know What To Do in a Lockdown Emergency As a part of the Department of Homeland Security's National Preparedness Month, SMU wants to make sure you Know What To Do in case an emergency occurs. Would you know what to do if you heard sirens on campus? What would you do if there was a chemical spill in a lab? What if you received a text message about an active shooter on campus? Would you know what do? We encourage you to take a look at this quick video to learn mo
2011 Retrospective: Parallels
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