The Moon's Phases
Every 29 1/2 days, the moon goes through several phases. This 3-D animation explains how the moon's changes occur. Computer animation shows the moon relative to the earth and sun as a narrator names each stage (new moon, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous, last quarter, and waning crescent). Grades 5-12. 1:03 min.
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Lula cries as he says good-bye
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva bursts into tears during his last speech as president in his birth state Pernambuco.
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Klassieke oudheid in de bioscoop
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Op deze site staan fragmenten uit meer dan 200 films die allemaal betrekking hebben op de klassieke oudheid.

De site biedt een selectie aan van fragmenten die o.a. terug te vinden zijn op youtube.

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GAMBIT Research Video Podcast Episode 11, Part 1 "Local Engagement Games"
In Episode 11, Part 1. LOCAL ENGAGEMENT GAMES.. Steven Schirra, from the Engagement Game Lab at Emerson College, talks abouttheir latest project, Community PlanIt, which is in development. CommunityPlanIt is a location-based mobile game platform, designed to engage neighborhoods in official planning processes, while forging geographically-based communities and advocacy groups around local issues. Founded in 2006, the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab sets itself apart by emphasizing the creation o
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Lesson #001, Monday

Hi, my name is Mike, and welcome to my new podcast called 'Let's Speak Italian.' This is a daily podcast, usually only lasting a couple minutes. Listen to it multiple times if you want, or just once. Enjoy!

Mike


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7 Strangest Animal Experiments
7 strangest animal experiments - 7 facts in 7x7 seconds.  (0:56)
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3.2 Case Study 1: Caswell's cockroaches

The setting is a class of nine- and ten-year-olds in Toronto, Canada. The curriculum focus is biology. The classroom has been carefully organised to mirror the way in which a real adult scientific research community operates at the University of Toronto's zoological department, local to the school. Over a ten-week period, the young students are given the opportunity to become immersed in a culture of ‘scientific inquiry’ by their teacher, Beverley Caswell, who has chosen to make the
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Weather Advisories
Understanding weather advisories is crucial to predicting the weather. Learn how to predict these meteorological advisories in this video. Meteorologist Melissa Schenk briefly explains air quality, smog advisories, and the UV index.  Part of the series: How To Predict The Weather. Run time 01:04.

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256 GG Serial Comma
When to use a comma before the "and" in a list. Learn how to address them properly. Get Grammar Girl's books: http://j.mp/fogarty.
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1.1 What is the carbon footprint and why is it important?

The carbon footprint is the annual amount of greenhouse gas emissions, mainly carbon dioxide, that result from the activities of an individual or a group of people, especially their use of energy and transport and consumption of goods and services. It's measured as the mass, in kilograms or tonnes per year, either of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions alone, or of the carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) effect of other greenhouse gas emissions.


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Elementary Statistics: Video Lecture - Probability Topics
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This video lecture is designed as a supplement to the Probability Topics chapter of Collaborative Statistics (col10522) by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean. In this chapter, students can expect to […]

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Second Order System Impulse Response Generation
David Waldo
This module describes the recursive generation of the impulse response of a second order system.
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Marimba Linda Xelaju: Guatemalan Marimba Music from Maryland
Marimba Linda Xelaju performs traditional Guatemalan marimba. Speaker Biography: Marimba Linda Xelaju is family group that honors both tradition and innovation in its interpretation of the Guatemalan marimba. In Guatemala, playing the marimba has traditionally been a male pursuit. But Robert Gir??n has chosen to share his love and knowledge of the marimba with his daughters as well as his son, and the cherished music of his homeland today continues within a new context and community. In 1995, G
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Martin Luther King Jr.
In honor of MLK, Jr. Day, and the fact that I want new stuff to use to
teach my third graders, I made another video bio. This one is about
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The Unthinking Right

With each published interview, Ron Paul only seems to become more articulate, more persuasive and compelling, more to the pedagogical point in explaining the meaning and priority of liberty as the central political principle. Those of us who understand can only cheer. Those who hold contradictory opinions — favoring liberty in some areas and government expansion in others — find his vi
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Sugata Mitra: Indian kids teach themselves to use a computer

Can children learn how to use a computer without any help from adults? Sugata Mitra discusses his experiments in India and the surprising results.


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