Math Shorts Episode 8 - Slicing Three Dimensional Figures
This two-minute Math Shorts episode helps students understand the two-dimensional figures that result from slicing solid three-dimensional figures. The video demonstrates this using cylinders and right rectangular pyramids as the three-dimensional figures.
Please visit the PBS Learning Media library (pbslearningmedia.org/resource/muen-math-g-slicing-3d-figures/slicing-three-dimensional-figures/) to access the supplementary learning materials included with this video.
1913 | "Street, Berlin" by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
For more information please visit http://www.moma.org/1913
Acclaimed artist Jim Dine donates collection to Museum of Art/WSU
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University's Museum of Art announced today that it received an unprecedented gift of more than 200 fine art prints from internationally acclaimed artist Jim Dine. The gift—valued at nearly $2 million—creates the largest permanent collection of Dine prints at a university in the world. For more about this story, click here: https://news.wsu.edu/2014/06/10/acclaimed-artist-jim-dine-donates-collection-to-museum-of-artwsu/#.U5aOg5RdUto
From Talking Leaves to Pixels: Cherokee, a Case Study
The Cherokee syllabary has a unique history among the world's writing systems. It evolved from handwritten forms to the printing press to typewriters all the way to text messaging. The Cherokees' adoption of technology has led to productive partnerships with the technology industry, including Google. This talk reviews the evolution of the syllabary & how technology had helped revitalize a Native American language.
Business Profile: Amanda Scott - part 2
Amanda Scott discusses the most important aspects of her leadership role at Excelsior.
Absolute Beginner #2 - Introducing Yourself in Japanese
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! When your Japanese friends introduce you to their other friends from Japan, most of them have been able to speak in your native language. However, today you met someone who speaks only Japanese. The person greets you politely and looks expectantly at you, awaiting your response. You look to your friend, [...]
What is Differentiated Instruction?
This video will give you a basic understanding of what differentiated instruction is and why it is important. (03:44)
Rethinking Investment Treaty Law: An Investor's Perspective - Repsol / YPF in Argentina [Audio]
Speaker(s): Pablo Fernandez, Carlos Lopez, Miguel Klingenberg | The recent expropriation of Repsol by the Argentine government raises important legal, diplomatic and policy issues that put into question the current system of international investment protection. This seminar invites to debate on this issues from the investor's perspective. Pablo Fernández is Professor of Finance at the IESE Business School, Madrid. Carlos López Jall is the Director of International Organizations and European Af
The Toy That Saved Christmas, Part 1 of 5
Appearing in a TV commercial advertising his latest product, a 'Buzz-Saw Louie' toy, unscrupulous toy maker Wally P. Nezzer, convinces all of Dinkletown that "Christmas is when you get stuff!" With the town's children begging for more toys, it's sure to be the worst Christmas in Dinkletown - until one brave little Buzz-Saw Louie decides to make it the best Christmas ever with the help of the Veggie Tales crew; Larry the cucumber, Bob the tomato, and Junior Asparagus! (10:03)
‘Not for Free’: Saul J. Berman on Creating New Revenue Models
The "phenomenon of free" has hit many businesses hard, particularly media businesses, argues Saul J. Berman, Global & Americas Leader for the IBM Strategy & Change Consulting Group. In Not for Free: Revenue Strategies for a New World, Berman offers lessons from businesses that have integrated successful business model innovations, as well as from businesses that have failed to do so. Recently, Knowledge@Wharton and Jerry (Yoram) Wind sat down with Berman to discuss his thoughts
Egyptian court sentences hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood to death
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe An Egyptian court sentences to death nearly 700 supporters of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood and its leader, intensifying a crackdown on the movement that could trigger political violence ahead of elections. Mana Rabiee reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provid
Want to Meet Your Ancestors?
Legendary expert in the evolution of early man, Richard Leakey, introduces a 15 year old from 1.5 million years ago. Richard, his wife Meave and daughter Louise Leakey are long-time grantees of National Geographic. (01:08)
This artefact outlines the creation of a new website for Innovation North students holding details of all work placements (short, long term, voluntary, paid).The Institute for Enterprise funded the project and the money helped pay a student to maintain the website for a year
Edna Collings Covered Bridge (sometimes listed as Edna Collins Covered Bridge), Putnam County, India
The Edna Collings Bridge, built over Little Walnut Creek in 1922, was the last covered bridge built in the county. Legend says that a girl drowned under the bridge and now haunts it; if you stop your car in the bridge and honk three times, she will try to get in your car.,Putnam County Journey
Is Anybody Listening?
“Innovation” may be the buzz word of the post-crisis world, but getting decision makers at multinational corporations to pay attention to ideas that are new, foreign and at odds with the company’s business model can leave subsidiary managers banging their heads against the wall.
Cijferend optellen tot duizend Met deze bundel oefenen leerlingen het cijferend optellen tot duizend. De oefeningen worden telkens een beetje moeilijker: oefeningen zonder onthouden, oefeningen met één keer onthouden, oefeningen met twee keer onthouden.
Met deze bundel oefenen leerlingen het cijferend optellen tot duizend. De oefeningen worden telkens een beetje moeilijker: oefeningen zonder onthouden, oefeningen met één keer onthouden, oefeningen met twee keer onthouden.
Cell Respiration Part III: Krebs Cycle Wage Inequality: A Comparative Perspective Beaver Stadium gets new "bling"
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Wage inequality has been increasing is most industrialised countries over the last two or three decades. There are, nonetheless, major differences across countries in terms of the timing and magnitude of the growth in inequality. A large number of explanations have been suggested for these observed changes, including technological progress and the computer revolution, labour market institutions and social norms, and changes in the relative supply of highly educated workers. The validity of these
The Beaver Stadium gets a Lion-head adornment
Wage Inequality: A Comparative Perspective
Beaver Stadium gets new "bling"