Marvelous Mozart

The last movement of Mozart's Duo for Violin and Viola Number 1 in G major.  Soloists MIT students Sherman Jia on violin and Adrian Anantawan on viola. Bravo! Bravi!  Thanks to Sherman's teacher Lynn Chang and to Marcus Thompson of the MIT Chamber Music Society, Killian Hall, March 23, 2012.


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Circuits (Part 1)
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What do whale ears look like? You might be surprised! These two versions of this diagram -- one with the anatomical parts labeled and one that students can label themselves -- compare the anatomy of a whale ear to that of a human ear. From Marine Biology: Environment, Diversity, and Ecology by David ...
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Rat anatomy, Either male or female, Pointer separating left anterior vena cava (furthest) & and caro
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Brain Anatomy and Functions
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Anatomy of a Neuron
In this video, Sal Khan, offers an introduction to the neuron and its anatomy.  He says the neuron may possibly be one of the most interesting cells in the body. Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors) to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education.
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The Art of Teaching the Arts: Addressing the Diverse Needs of Students
Arts teachers are aware of and respond to the many differences they find among their students. In this session, participants meet a visiting theatre artist who takes advantage of the different backgrounds and learning styles of ninth-graders to help them understand and embrace the playwriting process. A visual art teacher brings together honors art students and students with disabilities, so they can learn from each other. As a music teacher works with different classes, she addresses needs comm
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Several genes help determine what makes a human embryo develop female or male sexual anatomies. This session examines recent findings which have challenged previous beliefs about the roles of anatomy, environment, and genetics in the determination of gender, and the evolution of sexual determination.
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Anatomy of the Foot
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Important Body Parts
An introduction to important body parts and their function for young school age children. It teaches about the parts that are inside our body, including the brain, heart, lungs, kidneys, and liver. Run time 04:51.
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Respiratory System - Phoenix Learning Group
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Description of the anatomy of the lens of the eye. Short animation of a diagram with text and computer generated narration. Grades 9-12. 45 sec.
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How Light Enters the Eye
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