UFOs: The Psychology of a Phenomenon
McGill psychology professor Don Donderi explains how and why he came to study the UFO phenomenon, and describes the chronology of the popular, official, and scientific viewpoint on the matter. He also reviews two UFO cases he has personally investigated.
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Spanish alphabet song
This simple song puts the alphabet in English to music. It is great for beginning Spanish classes. It would be especially useful for younger learners.
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How to Teach Math in Homeschool
How to Teach Math in Homeschool. Part of the series: Homeschooling Tips. Teach math in homeschool by purchasing user-friendly textbooks, hiring a tutor or by signing up for classes online. Learn several methods for teaching math to homeschoolers with tips from a...
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A Collection of Cinquains
This is a video showing a classes abilities at writing cinquain poetry.  This is a good tool to use to see some specific examples of how to write a cinquain poem.
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The Bill of Rights
This is an excellent video that goes through each of the amendments in rapid fashion. This would be an excellent introduction to the Bill of Rights, but lacks the depth needed for most civics classes.

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Social Situation
This is a video accompanied by text. It is about the social situation and the social causes of the American Revolution. Although the concept of forming an autonomous American nation was not new, Thomas Paine’s call to create a democratic republic resonated with a growing number of colonists. By the late eighteenth century, many towns, particularly in Massachusetts, experienced republicanism firsthand in the form of town meetings and elections. Terminating the British monarch’s arbitrary auth
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Great Courses Great Faculty: Dr. Albrecht Classen
Dr. Albrecht Classen teaches TRAD 104: Eroticism & Love in the Middle Ages as one of the large Centennial Hall class offerings. Dr. Classen was going to be out of the country during the second week of classes. So what could he do to cover his class while he was gone? The solution: create a special video to show students during their regular class time. Dr. Classen tell us: "Since we are all also researchers and have to attend conferences and workshops out of town, sometimes we cannot help missin
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Social Psychology
This is a good website with lots of links for anyone doing research or interested in knowing more about social psychology. I think it's a good reference for any social psychology class. It has many links that are organized into helpful categories.
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Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 15, Math 31A, UCLA
Course Description: Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration. About the Professor: Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul
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Holocaust in Film and Literature, Lec 16, German 59, UCLA
Course Description: German 59: Holocaust in Film and Literature is a course that provides insight into the History of Holocaust and its present memory through examination of challenges and problems encountered in trying to imagine its horror through media of literature and film. About the Professor: Todd Presner is Associate Professor of Germanic Languages, Comparative Literature, and Jewish Studies. His research focuses on German-Jewish intellectual and cultural history, the history of media,
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Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 16, Math 31A, UCLA
Course Description: Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration. About the Professor: Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul
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Holocaust in Film and Literature, Lec 17, German 59, UCLA
Course Description: German 59: Holocaust in Film and Literature is a course that provides insight into the History of Holocaust and its present memory through examination of challenges and problems encountered in trying to imagine its horror through media of literature and film. About the Professor: Todd Presner is Associate Professor of Germanic Languages, Comparative Literature, and Jewish Studies. His research focuses on German-Jewish intellectual and cultural history, the history of media,
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Holocaust in Film and Literature, Lec 18, German 59, UCLA [Finished]
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