Male Blue Rock-Thrush
This very short video gives excellent real life footage of a male blue Rock-Thrush. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (Less Than 2 Minutes)
Bare-Headed Rockfowl-An Overview
This short video gives excellent real life footage of a bare-headed Rockfowl. Students will enjoy the close up views of this unusual looking bird. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (Less Than 2 Minutes)
Red Deer Living in Herds
This short video gives excellent real life footage of red deer living in herds. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (Less Than 2 Minutes)
Red Deer--An Overview
This short video gives excellent real life footage of red deer in their natural environment. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (Less Than 2 Minutes)
Tour of Nara
This selection features a slide show which takes the viewer on a tour of Nara, Japan. Nara was Japan's first truly urban center and is a city filled with history. The slide show contains photos of temples, towers, and statues of the city. The deer for which the city is famous are also shown. The slide show is accomapanied by narration. ( 1:59)
This video uses clay models to demonstrate effects of continental drift. Mountains forming at convergent faults, sea floor created at divergent faults, island chains forming at hot spots, and formation of volcanoes at subduction zones are shown. This selection provides visual of these concepts for students. (01:10)
New crystals for Times Square party-goers
Dec. 28 - The New Year's Eve countdown begins as the final Waterford Crystal panels are installed in the famous ball high above New York's Times Square. Tara Cleary reports.
Black Bean and Roasted Red Pepper Frittata
This black bean and roasted red pepper frittata makes a hearty breakfast or brunch for a high-protein start to the day. You can make this meatless frittata in mini bite-size servings or in a full sheet pan. Try pairing the beans in this frittata with other ingredients such as caramelized onions, sautéed spinach or chopped Kalamata olives. Recipe at: http://www.ciaprochef.com/northarvest/recipe16.html
Social Media in Business, Development & Government
Social media technologies are disrupting power equations between consumers and businesses on one hand and citizens and governments on the other hand, especially in the context of emerging countries. Therefore, it is essential that thinkers and practitioners in the areas of business, development and government understand the use and impact of social media technologies. The course will specifically focus on how social media is changing media, business, development, and government in fundamental wa
Too Late to Apologize: A Declaration
In this video, you will see the founding fathers "rocking it out" to the song "Too Late to Apologize." The characters sing about some of the reasons of the Revolutionary War. This is a guaranteed hit with your students. (3:22)
Ahmad Diraige "The Continuing Crisis in Darfur"
April 6, 2010 - The Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (ICAR) at George Mason University and the International Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR) Program at American University Present: The Continuing Crisis in Darfur Featuring: Ahmed Ibrah
The Berenstain Bears And Papa's Pizza--Part 1 of 2
In part 1 of 2, both Sister and Brother Bear invite friends over on Saturday so they decide to have a party. When cubs try to decide what to serve for food, Mama Bear tries to explain that we all like and dislike different things and that what makes us special. This video is based on the book characters by Stan and Jan Berenstain and this would make a great resource to help literary characters come to life in the classroom. (5:45)
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health: The History of Public Health
This Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) course about the history of public health is offered free to the Internet public through the JHSPH OpenCourseWare program. The course (taught by Graham Mooney during the spring semester of 2005) examines "the historical experience of health and illness from a population perspective." The site provides a brief description of the course, a downloadable reading list, and lecture notes available in MP3 format. Lecture headings include Quar
Visit to An Ocean Planet: Earth's Hydrologic Cycle
The hydrologic cycle is the continual movement of water from one place to another and from one state of matter to another. This site describes a demonstration in which a teacher or small group of students constructs a simple model of the hydrologic cycle. Written instructions and a list of materials are provided. A short list of links to related topics and a vocabulary are also included.
Stave 1 - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Stave I: Marley's Ghost. Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox.
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Celebrating Explosive Chemistry
July Fourth: A day for picnics, parades and chemistry. Bassam Shakhashiri, chemistry professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, explains some of the science of fireworks. (1:32)
CBS Show Time Spanish – Lesson 36
¡Estamos de vuelta! It’s been a few weeks since our last episode of Show Time Spanish, and this has been the result of major server problems. We’ve completed a migration of all our content to new servers today, and we’re delighted to be back with a new episode of Show Time Spanish in which Mark [...]