Numtums-Learn All About Number One
This Numtums video is all about the number one. The number is said aloud, shown visually on screen, and illustrated. There is a great deal of repetition for our young learners. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review counting and number recognition in the early childhood classroom. (5:07)
Astronomers Spot Sudden Black Hole Flare-Up
Astronomers using NASA's Swift satellite recently detected a rise in high-energy X-rays from a source toward the center of our Milky Way galaxy. The outburst produced by a rare X-ray nova, came from a previously unknown stellar-mass black hole. (02:08)
Eocene Epoch - Florida Fossils: Evolution of Life and Land
This video from the Museum's Florida Fossils exhibit describes the Eocene, 55 million to 34 million years ago. During this period, lush tropical forests blanketed much of the world's landmasses and oceans were generally warmer than today. Florida was underwater with a rich mosaic of shallow and deeper water habitats on a submerged limestone platform. (03:13)
Torn from Darkness: A Symposium on the Art of Felix Lembersky
Yelena Lembersky, architect, independent curator, granddaughter of the artist, and co-curator of the exhibition; Joseph Troncale, Associate Professor of Russian, Department of Modern Literatures and Cultures, University of Richmond, and co-curator of the exhibition; Alison Hilton, Wright Family Professor of Art History, and Director, Art and Museum Studies M. A. Program, Georgetown University, Washington, DC; and Lourdes Figueroa, '13, art history and Russian studies double major, University of
Landbouw : België en Europa Alle verschillende soorten landbouw uit België en Europa komen voor met zowel foto's, schema's en kaarten. Voorbeeldvragen en oefeningen zijn aanwezig in de presentatie.
Alle verschillende soorten landbouw uit België en Europa komen voor met zowel foto's, schema's en kaarten. Voorbeeldvragen en oefeningen zijn aanwezig in de presentatie.
Inforamtation Literacy II
This instruction follows from the online instruction Information Literacy I, in which you learned how to find, evalute and use information. Today's instruction for advanced users. what does it contain? Having completed this instruction you will be able to: Define your research topic Formulate from your research topic the key question and/or sub-questions Select appropriate sources of information and adapt your search strategy accordingly Critically evaluate your search results Share the literat
a new course published: Information Literacy 2
Today a new course is published: Information Literacy 2. Now TU Delft OpenCourseWare has three courses in the field of Information Literacy: Information Literacy 1 Information Literacy 2 Information Literacy 3: for master’s and PhD students Information Literacy 2 is the advanced course after the first one in which you learned how to find, evaluate and use [...]
Governing America in the Age of Political Polarization
American politics have witnessed intense ideological differences in the past, but something has changed in recent decades that is jeopardizing the ability of the two parties to negotiate and govern. Join Dean Henry E. Brady for a critical discussion on how American politics became so polarized, how the division affects governance and decision-making, and what might be done to break the gridlock in Washington and Sacramento. Sponsored by the Center on Civility & Democratic Engagement at the Goldm
Duke Campus Reacts to Dr. Lefkowitz's Nobel Prize
The Duke campus and beyond honored Dr. Robert Lefkowitz for sharing the 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Brian K. Kobilka of Stanford University School of Medicine, who was a post-doctoral fellow in Lefkowitz's lab.
GRCC's annual scholarship fundraiser, this year honoring Fred Keller and Linn Maxwell Keller for their longtime support of Grand Rapids Community College.
Dragon Captured and Berthed to Station
Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams used the International Space Station's Canadarm2 robotic arm to install the SpaceX Dragon cargo ship to its docking port on the Earth-facing side of the Harmony node at 9:03 a.m. EDT Wednesday, Oct. 10. Earlier, working from the robotics workstation inside the cupola, Flight Engineer Aki Hoshide, with the assistance of Williams, captured the commercial cargo ship with the Canadian Space Agency-provided robotic arm at 6:56 a.m. as the spacecraft flew within
Breakingviews: Cooking the books?
Oct 10 - Rob Cox and Breakingviews columnists discuss the blowback over former GE boss Jack Welch's jobs report suspicions.
IMF's Lagarde calls for action
Oct. 11 - IMF managing director Christine Lagarde urged "courageous and cooperative" action from its members to quell economic uncertainty ahead of their twice-yearly meetings in Tokyo. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Talks@Google: Wajahat Ali - From Chaiwallah to Playwright
Celebrated writer, journalist and playwright Wajahat Ali spoke at Google about his unlikely (and by turns hilarious and inspiring) journey as a Pakistani American attorney who became a writer and torchbearer for a generation of American Muslims.
2012 MIT Game Lab Symposium Part Four: Panel-Games For Learning Part Four: The 2012 MIT Game Lab Symposium: "Games In Everyday Life and Why That Matters To You" An annual symposium to discuss the role of games throughout our lives today and the potential for collaboration and development with games research at the MIT Game Lab . Part Four is a panel entitled "Games For Leaning" a discussion about games and their role in education and learning. The panel features moderator: Scott Nicholson an Associate Professor at the
Part Four: The 2012 MIT Game Lab Symposium: "Games In Everyday Life and Why That Matters To You"
An annual symposium to discuss the role of games throughout our lives today and the potential for collaboration and development with games research at the MIT Game Lab . Part Four is a panel entitled "Games For Leaning" a discussion about games and their role in education and learning.
The panel features moderator: Scott Nicholson an Associate Professor at the
ISS Update - Oct. 11, 2012
The International Space Station video update for Oct. 11, 2012.
Making cookies Espresso Demo The Gecko Visits California The History of The American Empire
This Geico commercial could be a cute introduction or hook for a unit about California. (0:31)
The term empire might not technically be an accurate way of describing the United States of America. Because the goal of U.S. foreign policy is to protect the country’s own interests and territory, it is by definition not an empire. However, the United States’ influence of the rest of the world is still undeniable. Throughout the twentieth century, the country dominated the music, film and financial worlds, while also making headway in both the science and technology milieus. In this
The Gecko Visits California
The History of The American Empire