Coral Pink Sand Dunes Tiger Beetle--An Overview
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a Coral Pink Sand Dunes Tiger Beetle. The Coral Pink Sand Dunes tiger beetle is a subspecies of the tiger beetle Cicindela limbata. It has striking coloration; the large wing cases (known as elytra) are predominantly white and much of the body and legs are covered in white hairs. The upperthorax has a metallic sheen and the eyes are particularly large. This is a great resource to help build background k
Incredible Human Machine (2/9)
The Incredible Human Machine Part 2 in a series. This section covers the eyes, ears, voice, and starts the breathing/lungs section. They use Steven Tyler as an example for the voice section and analyze how his vocal cords work. Run time approximately 10 minutes. Subtitled in another language.
5 Minute English Het aanleren van de Engelse taal is niet steeds eenvoudig, maar het kan ook op een leuke manier via deze site. '5 Minute English' bestaat uit gevarieerde oefeningen met bijhorende korte uitleg. Je vindt er ook antwoorden bij …
Het aanleren van de Engelse taal is niet steeds eenvoudig, maar het kan ook op een leuke manier via deze site. '5 Minute English' bestaat uit gevarieerde oefeningen met bijhorende korte uitleg. Je vindt er ook antwoorden bij …
Intro to Chemistry 6.3: Energy Transformations (3/3)
Join Award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry. 6.3: Energy Transformations. This video shows an endothermic reaction. ( 8:20)
The impact of the relationship between the CEO and the R&D function on the culture of innovation
Jan Rosier is exploring what the CEO does within their role in order to foster innovation within an organisation. Specifically Jan is looking into the type of relationship they have with their R&D function and the effect this has on the culture within the organisation.
Automata, Computability, and Complexity, Spring 2011
This course provides a challenging introduction to some of the central ideas of theoretical computer science. Beginning in antiquity, the course will progress through finite automata, circuits and decision trees, Turing machines and computability, efficient algorithms and reducibility, the P versus NP problem, NP-completeness, the power of randomness, cryptography and one-way functions, computational learning theory, and quantum computing. It examines the classes of problems that can and cannot
The Kaleidoscope by Douglas Dunn (poetry reading)
This sonnet shows just what an ideal length and form it is for capturing and examining the moment. The sonnet deals with an irreducible quantity of existence, a molecule of life. (Don't google that, I just made it up, really I did. I'm far too pleased by it - but that will wear off soon.) It has a parallel in the Haiku, which is 17 syllables, preferably all monosyllables, supposedly all that can be said in one breath, expressing one thought, metaphor or image. Here's one my mine: "You sa
Engaging students in ethical debates
This case study outlines an investigation into the acceptance of a new pedagogical paradigm aiming to engage and inspire students in ethical and entrepreneurial activity
Algebra Problem of the Week
Algebra problems from a variety of sources, including textbooks, math contests, NCTM books, and puzzle books, and real-life situations, designed to reflect different levels of difficulty. The goal is to challenge students with non-routine problems and encourage them to put their solutions into words. Different types of problems are used to reach a diverse group of algebra students. A a href= /pow/support/ Teacher Support page/a is available for some problems.
Vol en leeg Leerlingen knippen de prentjes uit op de dikke zwarte lijn. Daarna rubriceren ze de volle en de lege bokalen in twee aparte groepen.
Leerlingen knippen de prentjes uit op de dikke zwarte lijn. Daarna rubriceren ze de volle en de lege bokalen in twee aparte groepen.
Revitalising urban rivers, hot conservation topics
This week in the Planet Earth Podcast: Richard Hollingham goes to the River Wandle in south-west London to find out how scientific research is helping to revitalise this heavily-used river; later he goes to Cambridge to hear about some of the hottest conservation topics for 2012.
How To Hold Drumsticks In A Traditional Grip
DRUM! Magazine Music Editor Wally Schnalle explains and demonstrates how to hold drumsticks using a traditional grip. His explanation is detailed and thorough. This is more appropriate for high school students.
Our Mousetrap Car
The La Silla Observatory
This European Southern Observatory website features the La Silla Observatory's latest news, telescopes, and observation reports. Visitors can find sun and moon tables, a meteorological monitor, and satellite maps. Students can learn how the mountain's geologic and geographic features impact observational abilities. Researchers can find out about visiting the Observatory and how to apply to use the observation equipment. Everyone can view amazing images of La Silla's Chilean landscape and the Obs
We've Got the Power
In this lesson, students will research various sources of renewable energy. They will discover how each source can be used to generate electricity, the potential benefits and drawbacks of each and which source might best power their home or school. This lesson can be completed in 1-2 class periods.
Exploring Baking Powder
In this activity, students will use the recorded results from activity 5.2 to identify the substances in baking powder. They will then test combinations of these substances to find out which are the active ingredients in baking powder. There is a downloadable activity sheet that will be very helpful to educators, and will help students stay on track. An assessment sheet is also available on the activity page to keep track of students progress. There is also a step by step guide as to how to perf
Interview with Amy Ross, Spacesuit Engineer (Part 1)
NASA Public Affairs Officer Josh Byerly talks with Amy Ross, Spacesuit Engineer at Johnson Space Center.
Male Weedy Seadragon Carrying Eggs on Abdomen
This very short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a male Weedy Seadragon carrying eggs on his abdomen. Weedy seadragons are one of only two species of seadragons, the second is known as the leafy seadragon (Phycodurus eques) due to the greater number of leaf-like appendages along its body. Seadragons resemble the seahorses to which they are related, having a bony-plated body and elongated snout; their tails are not prehensile however. This is a great resource to help buil
El Número 11 - Truco para Multiplicar (en Español)
Este video explica como multiplicar un número por 11 que son de uno o dos dígitos. El profesor explica muy bien, pero habla un poco rapido. (4:15)
When Sophie Gets Really, Really Angry
Story by Molly Bang. ASL translation by Marvin Miller