This Java applet enables students to investigate the area of triangles placed in the first quadrant of a Cartesian coordinate graph. The student selects a level of difficulty, which determines the type of triangle and its orientation on the graph. In addition to it automatically checking student answers, the applet can keep score of correct answers and offers hints by adding to the graph a rectangle that is related to the triangle. From the activity page, What, How, and Why buttons open pages th
Pictogrammen in meerdere talen De site is een initiatief van het onderwijsopbouwwerk van de stad Antwerpen. Doel is de communicatie met anderstalige ouders te vergemakkelijken.
De site is een initiatief van het onderwijsopbouwwerk van de stad Antwerpen. Doel is de communicatie met anderstalige ouders te vergemakkelijken.
Developer Diaries II: Mangesh Deshpande This is the second in a series of videos where we will follow developers as they take the steps to give their Windows Phone applications make-overs. Our first guinea pig is Mangesh Deshpande and he needed some design tips and tweaks to take his app, "Meal Nirvana" to the next level. He met with our design team and resident expert, Arturo Toledo and has begun the redesign work. We will check back with Mange
This is the second in a series of videos where we will follow developers as they take the steps to give their Windows Phone applications make-overs. Our first guinea pig is Mangesh Deshpande and he needed some design tips and tweaks to take his app, "Meal Nirvana" to the next level. He met with our design team and resident expert, Arturo Toledo and has begun the redesign work. We will check back with Mange
100 Years of Construction at Kent State University
This time lapse animation shows how Kent State University started as a small college on the hill with a few buildings and has grown into a large research university with over one hundred buildings.
Colonel Sanders Success Story
This three minute video shows a review of the Sanders Cafe and Museum and a brief biography of this business leader. Provides insights into what decisions are needed to make a successful business.
Richard Dawkins and his Foundation at the Reason Rally
Richard Dawkins speaking at the Reason Rally March 24, 2012 is preceded by Sean Faircloth, Director of Strategy & Policy at the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science US, then Executive Director Dr. Elisabeth Cornwell, Executive Director of the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science US.
Bill Clinton's Life Part 3/6
In Bill Clinton's Life Part 3/6, learn about the beginning of Bill Clinton's journey on becoming an extremely successful politician and how he met and married his wife Hillary. (5:18)
Lang.NEXT 2012 Expert Panel: Native Languages Native programming languages panel hosted by Martyn Lovell.
Native programming languages panel hosted by Martyn Lovell.
The Journal of Henry David Thoreau
Henry David Thoreau is justly famous for his book "Walden," which tells the story of the two years he spent living by the pond, in the Concord woods. But he also wrote a journal, which he started at age 20 in 1837, and kept up until 1861, shortly before he died. This diary of Thoreau's daily thoughts and this five minute video highlights his life.
Upper Intermediate S5 #8 - Murderous Tendencies are Revealed in Japan
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You have always had a tendency to procrastinate, especially when it comes to chores that you don’t want to do. So now that you moved into a new apartment in Japan, you’ve promised yourself that you’re going to be more diligent about housework. You wrote up a chore chart in Japanese [...]
Is There A Crisis in Public Education? Address by Diane Ravitch
On April 10, 2012, The University of Notre Dame hosted Diane Ravitch, Research Professor of Education at New York University, for an address titled "Is There a Crisis in Public Education?" as a part of the 2011-12 Notre Dame Forum. The 2011-12 Notre Dame Forum, "Reimagining School: To Nurture the Soul of a Nation," is a yearlong discussion to explore the profound and challenging questions that shape the national debate about K--12 education, which has a dramatic impact on the future of American
The Frog Life Cycle Lesson (Interactive Game)
This Interactive Game introduces to preschoolers the life of a frog is. This is a lesson plan for teachers and children. In this, children learn about the frog life cycle. Introducing what the frogs and tadpoles do and what they eat:frogs and tadpole. Voice is computerized, but information still accurate. (2:10)
CULTURE NUMÉRIQUE : 03 Qu'est-ce qu'un document ? (Vidéo)
En passant par l'appareillage technique de la numérisation, le document change de fonctions.D'outil d'inscription des connaissances et des informations, enfermé dans son support matériel, il devient un outil pour communiquer, constituer des groupes et des réseaux. D'un matériel destiné à un lecteur humain, il devient un enjeu pour l'usage des ...
Droommuseum van Dre : Arrangement In Flanders Fields Het In Flanders Fields Museum biedt voor het basisonderwijs het dagprogramma 'Het Droommuseum van Dre' aan. Na een bezoek aan het museum, al dan niet met workshop, kunnen klasgroepen afzakken naar de Kinderbrouwerij op het Reningelstplein in …
Het In Flanders Fields Museum biedt voor het basisonderwijs het dagprogramma 'Het Droommuseum van Dre' aan. Na een bezoek aan het museum, al dan niet met workshop, kunnen klasgroepen afzakken naar de Kinderbrouwerij op het Reningelstplein in …
UST students at the Ke Kula Ni'ihau O Kekaha Learning Center in Kaua'i
Students from the University of St. Thomas, Minn. participate in a service-learning project at the Ke Kula Ni'ihau O KeKaha Learning Center in Kaua'i as part of the Hawaii: Multi-Cultural Communication in Diverse Organizations course during January 2012.
Open Classroom - 4/11/12 #7 Q&A
Food and American Society an Urban Perspective Topic for 4/11/12: Food and Health: Changing Lifestyles Lectures: Walter Willet, Professor of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health Susan Roberts, Professor of Nutrition, Tufts University Sara Baer-Sinnott, President, Oldways Mary Jo Meisner, Vice President, and Allison Bauer, Program Director, The Boston Foundation The Open Classroom Policy Series is a graduate-level public policy seminar that is open to the public. Each semester, the Schoo
Toward Regulation of Nanomaterials: Mark Banash
Mark Banash Learn More: http://reilly.nd.edu/conference/nanomaterials
Mercurial exercise -- one person, one repository
In this exercise you create a new repository under the control of the Mercurial version control system. Then you add files to it and commit changes to the repository. It is shown how to get back […]
Women and Minorities In WWII
Women and minorities served in greater numbers than they did during the First World War. Some 333,000 women enlisted, about a third of them in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (Wacs). Women in the other branches were known as Waves (Navy) and Spars (Coast Guard), but female marines had no distinctive designation. Women were employed in non-combat roles but many of them—especially nurses and pilots who ferried planes to the theaters of war—found themselves in dangerous situations.
Rabbit Giving Birth and with Newborn Young
This short video gives excellent real life footage of a mother rabbit giving birth. Students will enjoy the close up views of these tiny babies. Rabbits are smaller than hares, and have comparatively shorter legs. Males (bucks) and females (does) are similar in appearance, but bucks tend to weigh more and have slightly broader heads. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (0:40)