Open Classroom: Demography is Destiny 01-19-11 #4
Open Classroom Series 01-19-11 Demography is Destiny What's Happening to the American Family? Kenneth Johnson and Kathryn Edin
GoNU.TV Game Recap - Men's Ice Hockey vs. Harvard - January 19, 2011
Northeastern earned its second-consecutive shutout, the first time since 2003, with a 3-0 blanking of cross-town rival Harvard to give head coach Greg Cronin his 100th career victory (80th at Northeastern University). Sophomore netminder Chris Rawlings became the first goalie since Keni Gibson to record consecutive shutouts. Gibson blanked Vermont, 1-0, on Dec. 6 and Princeton, 4-0, on Dec. 13, 2003. Rawlings second-straight shutout came thanks to 34 stops. Harvard tested newcomer Raphael Girar
Conversations with Michael Dukakis: Part I
Michael Dukakis, Institutional Leadership and the Public Manager Sponsored by Northeastern University's Master of Public Administration Program: http://www.polisci.neu.edu/graduate/master_public/ Interviewer: Marion Mason Video Production: Nick Dantzer, MPA'12
How to Make Glue
This is a Power Point slide presentation teaching you how to make glue. There is no sound.(1:15)
Treaty of Versailles
Know About The Treaty Of Versailles - The treaty was designed to free the small ethnic groups from Germany's reign and make sure the power hungry Germany could not ravage France again. It also helps explain how this resulted in future problems. A good, brief review, but students need a map to be able showing Germany before and after the treaty was signed.
What Is the Earth Made of?
The earth's mantle, core and surface have varying chemical compositions, but the earth is generally made up of eight main elements, within which there are four super abundant elements. (02:18)
What Kinds of Animals Live in the Rain Forest?
What Kinds of Animals Live in the Rain Forest? There are two types of rain forests, including temperate rain forests and tropical rain forests, but both possess an abundance of different animal species. (03:10)
Prepositions of Location-In, On, Under, Over, In Front, Behind
This video's main character Shompy demonstrates prepositions of location (in, on, under, over, in front, behin) with a balloon. The song and motions get faster as the song continues. The end of the song shows sign language for the prepositions (1:41).
What Is Earth's Coldest & Warmest Temperature?
The coldest recorded temperature was -129 degrees Fahrenheit, in Antarctica, and the hottest recorded temperature was 136 degrees Fahrenheit, in Libya. Learn more about extreme records for hot and cold weather.
Lesson #016, Monday 20 = venti (we've already learned this one, but I thought I'd throw it in again.) 30 = trenta 40 = quaranta 50 = cinquanta 60 = sessanta 70 = settanta 80 = ottanta 90 = novanta 100 = cento
20 = venti (we've already learned this one, but I thought I'd throw it in again.)
30 = trenta
40 = quaranta
50 = cinquanta
60 = sessanta
70 = settanta
80 = ottanta
90 = novanta
100 = cento
Nick Jr.-Say What You See-Animals & Numbers
Nick Jr's Say What You See asks young learners to look at a different picture as the block turns and to repeat what you see. The objects are a bee, a cat, a fish, a cow, 1, 2, 3. It repeats this several times. Gets faster at the end. Very cute way to introduce or to review basic numbers and animals in an early childhood classroom (1:05).
The Economic Crisis & Left Responses
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The Mind-Body Problem and Theology
Dr. William Struthers : Course
Games Technologies for Learning
The Games Technologies for Learning report explores the ways in which games technologies can be used to enhance teaching and learning, and provides advice for schools and colleges wishing to introduce...
1.011 Project Evaluation (MIT)
1.011 examines methodologies for evaluating civil engineering projects, which typically are large-scale, long-lived projects involving many economic, financial, social, and environmental factors. Topics covered include: basic techniques of engineering economics including net present value analysis, life-cycle costing, benefit-cost analysis, and other approaches to project evaluation; resource and cost estimation procedures appropriate for large-scale infrastructure systems; and incorporating ser
Smart lasers could make cancer biopsies painless, help speed new drugs to market
Biopsies in the future may be painless and noninvasive, thanks to smart laser technology being developed at Michigan State University. Using laser microscopes that deploy rapid, ultra-short pulses to identify molecules, doctors may soon have the tools to painlessly scan a patient's troublesome mole and review the results on the spot, said chemistry professor Marcos Dantus
Freakonomics was a worldwide sensation, selling 4 million copies in 35 languages. Now, four years in the making, arrives the follow up: SuperFreakonomics|. Steve Levitt and Stephen Dubner return with a book that is even bolder, funnier, and more surprising than the first. Freakonomics made the world safe to discuss the economics of crack cocaine and the impact of baby names. SuperFreakonomics| retains that off-kilter sensibility (comparing, for instance, the relative dangers of driving while dru
Convocation Corner: What will they do next?
On their convocation day, SFU students talk about their experience at SFU, what they're planning to do next and how SFU prepared them.