History of the Arrow: How to Make an Arrow
This video shows how to make a real arrow. Teachers must make sure that they only show this to students who are mature enough to benefit from the step-by-step lesson.
The Stuff of Genius: Safety Pin
With patents on everything from fountain pens to rifles, Walter Hunt has sometimes been called "America's forgotten inventor." However, his most successful invention was the safety pin.
The Wowzies Introduces and Reviews Paper Money ($1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100)
In this video the Wowzies use a game show concept to introduce and review all values of paper money while singing a catchy tune (2:43).
A children oriented video with lots of facts about pengins. The two girls doing the interview might give students an idea on what they could do for a project.
Whole Brain Teaching: 3rd Grade: Classroom Management
Watch first year teacher, Andrea Schindler, demonstrate features of Whole Brain Teaching's classroom management system with her inner city third graders. (7:14)
UW 360 - January 2011 Edition: High-need Schools
Learn how UW staff and students are helping high-need high schools improve learning opportunities. UW 360 profiles the fascinating people, programs and community connections that define the University of Washington. The show looks at a wide range of UW topics from solar energy, to heart tissue regeneration, to neighborhood farmer's markets - and much more. Samantha Rund The half-hour program is hosted by UW Alum Samantha Rund, who offers an insider's view on each story. With an abundance of UW
Jeremy Siegel on Politicians, Prices and a Potential 'Buying Opportunity of the Decade'
The U.S. Presidential race has reached a critical juncture. The Republicans have a confirmed nominee in John McCain; as for the Democrats, Hillary Clinton has bounced back, while Barack Obama retains a marginal lead in terms of delegates. How the presidential race evolves will be shaped in part by the increasingly worrisome state of the U.S. economy. Though it has not yet gone through two consecutive quarters of negative growth -- the common definition of a recession -- signs of a slowdown are e
Physician and Administrator: How Surgeon Larry Kaiser Navigates Two Different Worlds
Larry Kaiser, chairman of the department of surgery and surgeon-in-chief for the University of Pennsylvania Health System, is responsible for more than 110 surgeons in his own department, and he leads one of the largest thoracic services in the country. Michael Useem, director of Wharton's Center for Leadership and Change Management, recently spoke with Kaiser about the challenges of playing a leadership role -- not just in a major medical center, but also in a health care environment that has e
Thoughts on using Prezi as a Teaching Tool SP.725 D-Lab: Medical Technologies for the Developing World (MIT) National Dictionary Day Transportation Revolution: A Slideshow Sms'en schrijven Dit werkblad kan gebruikt worden als steloefening. De leerlingen schrijven sms'en. Het aantal vakjes correspondeert met de werkelijke lengte van een echt sms-bericht. How to Prepare a Speech Lesson 71 – Coffee Break Spanish Tristin and Tyler's Tales from the City! - Recycling Umbrellas Secrets Beneath the Ice Update: Limb Infections and Amputations
D-Lab Health provides a multidisciplinary approach to global health technology design via guest lectures and a major project based on fieldwork. We will explore the current state of global health challenges and learn how to design medical technologies that address those problems. Students may travel to Nicaragua during spring break to work with health professionals, using medical technology design kits to gain field experience for their device challenge. As a final class deliverable, you will cr
How dictionaries are made and how the uses of words are studied. Some great examples are given. A good way to get students to start thinking about words. Run time 02:49.
This is a brief slideshow on the transportation revolution. Although it has some good points, it is perhaps best as an example of what students can do as part of their classwork.
How to Prepare a Speech. Part of the series: Teaching English. When preparing a speech, research important facts or statistics to capture the attention of the audience, and practice speaking in front of people to improve your delivery. Focus on the crowd as a...
Welcome back to our Coffee Break Spanish listeners who have been patiently waiting for the continuation of the series. In lessons 71-80 you’ll be following a mini soap-opera featuring English student Andrew who is learning Spanish in Spain, and his new friend María-José, who’ll be getting to know him and helping him with h
Tristin & Tyler meet a Brooklyn designer who uses recycled umbrellas to make beautiful clothing and accessories!
Is Antarctica headed for a catastrophic meltdown? New evidence of ancient climate change may hold clues. (52 minutes, 51 seconds)
Dr. Steven Benirschke, Professor of Orthoapedic Surgery and J.Debs Professor at Harborview Medical Center is considered a foremost authority on treating fractures of the heel bone (calcaneus). Fractures to this bone are the result of high-energy injuries, which can threaten function and limb-survival. Dr. Agnew from the Tampa Bay Orthopaedic Institute, Tampa Bay, Florida, who moderates this show, continues on with the question of using negative pressure wound care to minimize infection and soft
SP.725 D-Lab: Medical Technologies for the Developing World (MIT)
National Dictionary Day
Transportation Revolution: A Slideshow
Sms'en schrijven Dit werkblad kan gebruikt worden als steloefening. De leerlingen schrijven sms'en. Het aantal vakjes correspondeert met de werkelijke lengte van een echt sms-bericht.
Dit werkblad kan gebruikt worden als steloefening. De leerlingen schrijven sms'en. Het aantal vakjes correspondeert met de werkelijke lengte van een echt sms-bericht.
How to Prepare a Speech
Lesson 71 – Coffee Break Spanish
Tristin and Tyler's Tales from the City! - Recycling Umbrellas
Secrets Beneath the Ice
Update: Limb Infections and Amputations