Japanese Classical dance
Japanese classical dance performance in Chicago. (4:37)
Kompass : Begeleidingsprogramma voor studenten met ASS Dit boekje begeleidt jongeren met autisme in hun studie- en beroepskeuze. Het is opgedeeld in vier hoofdstukken:
Dit boekje begeleidt jongeren met autisme in hun studie- en beroepskeuze. Het is opgedeeld in vier hoofdstukken:
Job Interviews is one of several Futures workbooks which help students choose and prepare for their careers. Like the other workbooks in the series you can dip in and out doing the exercises which are most relevant to you. You might want to include the exercises or the output in your personal development plan or e-portfolio. Interviews are still the most commonly used method for assessing a person’s suitability for a job. In the UK 99 per cent of employers use selection interviews to recruit
" Coins In My Hand"- Descriptive Song on Coins
This computer animated video contains a catchy song which prompts students to identify the values of coins and descriptions of both sides. ( 1:43)
Basic Addition Using Manipulatives
This live action movie contains simple tips on how to solve basic addition problems - using manipulatives. Use dry beans, pasta, rocks or shells as manipulatives. Have students write and say the problem. A simple game, Make Ten, is demonstrated. (02:46)
Addition With Manipulatives
Using counters, animated counters are grouped in sets. Students count the objects to see how many there are in all. 6 + 3 =9. The user clicks through the slides. Only one problem demonstrated.
Writing Addition Equations
Students will learn how to use the plus and equal signs to write an addition sentence. The + means to put the groups together or add. The = sign means that both sides are the same. User clicks through the slides.
Introduction to Addition and Subtraction
Lucinda, The Great Math Magician introduces addition and subtraction using magic apples. The video uses computer animation. (03:47)
"With or Without" - Learning New Words
This is a humorous animated cartoon that could be used as an introduction to a more in depth lesson about the difference between the words "with" and "without." (0:50)
Growing Power: Agriculture
Shows how using recycled material can help grow vegetables all year around.
How To Read A Surface Analysis Of A Weather Map
Reading a surface analysis of a weather map is an important step in the weather prediction process, learn how to read these meteorological maps in this video. (01:08)
Fall on the Farm
Harvests and hayrides, pumpkins and petting zoos--fall is a special time on Ohio farms.
‘Makers’: Chris Anderson on DIY Manufacturing
Just as the Internet enabled anyone with a computer to become an entrepreneur, today's newest technologies have spawned a DIY (do it yourself) micro-manufacturing movement, so anyone can be both inventor and manufacturer. Wired editor Chris Anderson, author of the new book, Makers: The New Industrial Revolution, recently spoke with Knowledge@Wharton about how technology is changing the limits of what inventors can do, what the Maker Movement is, why he started DIY Drones and ho
Story of the World- The Modern Age- Two Czars and Two Emperors
This spirited reading of author Susan Wise Bauer's Story of
the World history series brings to life the stories and records of the
peoples of ancient times. This chapter is about the two czars and two emperors. The czar of Russia-Alexander III
The Rhubarb Triangle
This is an interactive learning resource book targeted at families who want to learn together and improve their basic English and maths abilities.
CIA Bachelor's Degree Programs
How can a bachelor's degree help you achieve your culinary career goals? With multiple majors and concentrations, CIA students can design their education to take them wherever they want to go. Learn more at http://www.ciachef.edu/degree-and-certificate-programs/
The singing group, Hi 5, sings the song and dances. Kids in the studio sing and dance with the group. Counting to 3. (2:38)
A New Production of Ubu Roi at Rider University
In 1896, Albert Jarry shocked Paris with “Ubu Roi,” his absurdist play about a greedy, power-hungry king and his unpleasant wife. More than a hundred years later, “Ubu Roi” continues to startle and entertain. Director Carter Gill calls Rider University’s new production an “assault on the senses” - see for yourself this weekend (Oct. 29-Nov. 1) at the Bart Luedeke Center Theater on Rider’s campus in Lawrenceville. The actors are advanced theater students at Rider’s Westminster C
Exploring our Oceans_Participant Information Sheet
Exploring our Oceans_Participant Information Sheet
Beyond Neutrality - enabling a world of connected things
Network Neutrality and related policy issues are framed by the assumption that intelligence is inside a network and (tele)communications is a service. Today that intelligence is now in our devices which can communicate by exchanging packets using any means available. This shift in intelligence has also moved value creation outside of networks. In this talk I'll trace the history of this fundamental transformation and the technical and policy implications and what it means to "communicate". Th