Sesame Street-Fur Jam-Don't Waste the Water
In this fun, animated video students will learn the importance of conserving water in the home. The Fur Jam band rocks out to let us know to turn off faucets and don't let shower water run too long. This is a great resource to show young learners they can make a conservation difference in their homes. (2:19)
There and Back Again
Latinum's move across to libsyn was short lived. Future episodes will be uploaded here only.
Science Sticky Explains the Water Cycle
In this video, Science Sticky uses visuals to explain the 10 steps of the water cycle. There is no audio but there are sentence cards explaining the steps. The word purified is misspelled in one slide. At the end, a cool numbered diagram is shown. This is a great resource to help students master this important skill. It would work well in conjunction with non-fiction texts on this subject. (1:19)
We the People
America's Constitution stands as a monument to compromise.
Anti-Gaddafi military commander honored in Tripoli
Sept. 29 - In Tripoli, they fired into the air -- a salute to a senior military commander killed in Bani Walid. Deborah Gembara reports.
10.05. The Theory of Monopolistic or Imperfect Competition Photo Slideshow: Uncovering the Insect World IDS350 Session 4 Fall 2011 Yergin: Arab Spring upended Mideast strategic balance PSYC 230-01, Principles of Development: Adolescence and young adulthood, Spring 2005 HWT Cuckoo for chocolate in China Boyle's Law: Pressure vs. Volume Literature Circles TED415 Session 5 Fall 2011 Art On Wheels State Violence and the Responsibility to Protect: the role of the international community [Audio] Political Identities and Organizing for Social Change TOP 10 COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
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The inaugural Arizona Insect Festival at UA, pulled off by dozens of volunteers, was designed to inform people about the world of insects and the impact bugs have on our daily lives and the globe's ecosystems. UA entomology faculty and their collaborators spent one year planning the grant-funded event, which featured exhibits, edible insects, a decomposer and an insect zoo, among other things.
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Sept. 28 - In part three of our four part interview with award-winning author Daniel Yergin, he addresses the Arab Spring and the changing geopolitical landscape in the energy industry.
Students will be expected to acquire a familiarity with current theories of adolescence and early adult development, and to evaluate the evidence relevant to them. This will involve • Learning concepts, terminology, and methods used by researchers in this area • Learning to evaluate theories and evidence critically, and to participate in discussions about the important questions in the field. • Learning to apply the theory and research we cover to matters of social and educational policy t
China's double digit growth in chocolate sales has caught the attention of major Western chocolatiers who wish to convert the majority of the Chinese population into chocoholics.
Have you ever wondered why your ears pop during airplane take offs and landings? Or why a ballon pops when you squeeze it too much? Find out the phenomenon behind these questions and more!
TED415 Multicultural Education Session Five 10/02/11 Jeff Miller
In his new book, On Wings of Diesel, Jamal Elias, professor of Religious Studies, takes readers on journey through the world of Pakistani truck decoration. These ornately adorned vehicles depict all aspects of life and fuel an extensive artisanal industry. To provide a unique understanding of Pakistan's complex society, Elias explores designs and motifs in truck art, the motivations of those involved in the practice and its cultural significance. An accomplished amateur photographer, Elias illus
Speaker(s): Dr Chaloka Beyani, Ignacio Llanos, Professor Sir Adam Roberts | The UN has a responsibility to protect populations from genocide and crimes against humanity, but to what effect? Experts will consider how recent events, such as those in Libya, challenge the international concept of 'Responsibility to Protect'. Chaloka Beyani is senior lecturer in law, LSE. Ignacio Llanos is counsellor of the Embassy of Chile in the UK. Adam Roberts is president of The British Academy.
Annie Kersting reads her thoughts on how a political identity is developed over the course of a life, and she reflects on how unique experiences are formative to a person's manner of organizing when acting for social change.
In this we show you the top 10 countries in all kinds of stuff from countries with the most shark attacks, to those who rely on nuclear energy to just about anything. A great video to show students and get them to understand the economics and more. The vidoe may need to be stopped at times because it moves very rapidly.
Photo Slideshow: Uncovering the Insect World
IDS350 Session 4 Fall 2011
Yergin: Arab Spring upended Mideast strategic balance
PSYC 230-01, Principles of Development: Adolescence and young adulthood, Spring 2005
Cuckoo for chocolate in China
Boyle's Law: Pressure vs. Volume
TED415 Session 5 Fall 2011
Art On Wheels
State Violence and the Responsibility to Protect: the role of the international community [Audio]
Political Identities and Organizing for Social Change
TOP 10 COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD