Common Threads: The Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences at MIT
Part of the "Common Threads" video, produced for the MIT 150th celebration, this clip features the vital role of humanities, arts, and social sciences at MIT. The roots of MIT's strengths in the humanities, arts, and social sciences go back to its founding days, and by mid 20th century, the Institute had created a dedicated School for these disciplines. Today, MIT SHASS is home to research that has a global impact, and to superb graduate programs, all recognized as among the finest in t
Testing the Responses of Kissing Bugs to Host-Odors
This video shows a behavioral test that we use in the laboratory to study odors which are attractive to these blood-sucking insects. University of Arizona Department of Neuroscience is a founding unit of the new School of Mind, Brain, and Behavior. The School, comprising the Departments of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences, as well as the Program in Cognitive Science and the Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience, promotes multidisciplinary studies an
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CALPACT Training: Inua Ubunta
This workshop will examine an innovative project, Inua Ubuntu ("To lift up; I am, because we are") aimed at reducing disproportionality rates for African American male children served in Allegheny County's (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Department of Human Services, Office of Children, Youth and Families - ACCYF). The goal of Inua Ubuntu is to provide culturally-based intervention and child protective services aimed at keeping African American male children safely in their own homes with their famil
Seven Wonders Of The Ancient World-GARDENS OF BABYLON PART 2
Part 2 of 2. Discusses the hanging gardens of Babylon as an accent wonder of the world. (5:55)
How to Make Omurice オムライスの作り方
This Chinese/English five minute video shows how to make this dish. Students should be told that having a dog sitting on the preparation tabel is not allowed and a poor sanitation practice.
Leeds Varsity Live 2011 - Rugby Union - 2nd Half
In conjunction with Met TV and Leeds Metropolitan University, students have taken part a live production exercise, producing a multi-camera live recording of the Leeds Varsity Rugby Union Clash filmed at Headingley Carnegie Stadium. Commentary by Ben Hooper and Joe Cuthbert Study at Leeds Met: http://bit.ly/dPM0cp Students from film, tv and media related courses were involved in all aspects of the production, from camera work, sound recording and event journalism,Over 1,500 students compete i
Two Tree Toads
This tongue twister has been taken from Jon Agee's poem "Two Tree Toads." The poem is part of the suggested reading material on the corestandards.org website for grades K-1. The video includes text, narration, and images.
Bewerkingen : Instapoefeningen voor de 2de klas Dit werkblad bevat bewerkingen (optellingen en aftrekkingen):
Dit werkblad bevat bewerkingen (optellingen en aftrekkingen):
This resource will explore the process of BMI measurement within healthcare, the different methods available to calculate BMI and some of the issues that influence its measurement.
Is Mr. Wolf Really a Bad Guy?
This lesson is intended to show children the importance of evaluating information as they read. The author's point of view is limited in that it only truly shows one side of the story. There is always another perspective. How the author views a subject colors everything that he or she writes about.
Ireland Bailout Will Raise Taxes, Cut Jobs
This two minute video shows the impact of the recession on the people of Ireland. It is a news story with interviews and insights that might be of use to students in economics classes to show cause and effect relationships.
Rare diamond sells for over $6.5m
Oct. 19 - A near 33 carat, pear-shaped, fancy vivid yellow diamond sold for less than expected at a Christie's auction late Tuesday, but experts say diamonds are still more than just a girl's best friend. Jeanne Yurman reports.
Filmmaker Darren Aronofsky on the Mead Film Fest
Much has changed in documentary filmmaking since the American Museum of Natural History organized the first Margaret Mead Film Festival in 1977 as a celebration of the pioneering anthropologist and longtime Museum curator. But the one constant has been the Mead Festival's enduring distinction for bringing the public the best in innovative nonfiction films, a legacy that will be celebrated at this year's 35th-anniversary program held from Thursday, November 10, through Sunday, November 13. "Sin
About the Arts: Tom Armstrong and David Whitney, 1977
Interviewer: Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel Part of the Diamonstein-Spielvogel Video Archive in the Duke University Libraries: http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/dsva/