Tech in Real Life: Students See Devices as Tools, Not Toys
This 6:25 long video shows students in classes from Utah appling computers and diagnostic equipment across the curriculum to engage in authentic learning based on the community environment. It provides interviews and narration to give more depth to the idea of this type of lesson. It does not show assessments.
El origen del hombre - National Geographic - Español parte 5 de 5
Documental de National Geographic dónde podemos observar como ha evolucionado el hombre desde sus inicios. Aquí tienen el origen del hombre. (7:31)
"Effects of maternal care on gene regulation and behavior” Michael Meaney
"Translating Developmental Science into Healthy Lives" Andrew Garner
Women in Business Conference: An interview with Helena Morrissey Catholic Mass - 4/22/2012 (Third Sunday of Easter) Chris and Martin find a Tiger Quoll Herschel's World of Economics: Goods and Services Spring 2012 Flag Ceremony Henry Hope Reed Award Laureate Elizabeth Barlow Rogers' Acceptance Speech Learn to Tell Time--Learn About "Past" and "To" and Quadrants Network security Learning your ABC's (Interactive Game) Lewis & Clark Expedition Environmental Education at Acadia National Park Europe on the Brink? Introduction and Historical Issues Maria Telleria: Transitioning from Undergrad to Grad School Duane McKenna Laboratory Beetle Genome Projects
Helena Morrissey, discusses her career and her role as CEO of Newton Investment Management. She shares the best career advice she ever received and discusses the barriers women still face in business.
Duke Catholic Center Fr. Michael Martin, OFM, celebrant http://catholic.duke.edu Third Sunday of Easter, 9pm Service begins @ 11:00 Homily begins @ 27:40 Scripture: First Reading: Acts 3:13-15,17-19 Psalm 4: Let Your Face Shine Upon Us (19) Second Reading: 1 John 2:1-5a Gospel: Luke 24:35-48 Hymns (from the the Gather hymnal, ©1994): Processional Hymn: Alleluia, Alleluia, Let the Holy Anthem Rise (425) Offertory Hymn: Now We Remain (494) Communion Hymn: Bread for the World (827) Meditation:
Watch as the Kratt brothers prove that size isn't everything as they highlight the ferocious Tiger Quoll and its small relatives. Viewers learn that this family of animals are successful scavengers because they are small, fast, and have very sharp teeth! (1:19)
In this puppet theater video, Herschel learns from Dr. Dave that it takes work to produce the goods and services that satisfy people's economic wants. This is a great way to introduce economics to the elementary classroom. (9:01)
Thunderbird School of Global Management students representing 35 countries participate in the commencement flag ceremony April 27, 2012, in Glendale, Arizona.
Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, renowned preservationist, landscape architect, and founding president of the Central Park Conservancy, gives her acceptance speech for the 2012 Henry Hope Reed Award at the March 24, 2012, Richard H. Driehaus Prize at the University of Notre Dame Award Ceremony at the John B. Murphy Auditorium.
In this animated video, students will learn about the 4 quadrants on a clock and how we use "past" and "to" to tell time. Students will easily understand the concrete and colorful visuals. This is a great resource for the elementary classroom. (1:59)
Encryption of files and firewalls are just some of the security measures that can be used in security. This unit, which assumes you have a substantial knowledge of computing, helps to explain the intricacies of the continually changing area of network security by studying the main issues involved in achieving a reasonable degree of resilience against attacks.
This Interactive game introduces each letter in a fun jigsaw puzzle. A voice reads the letter and the picture that starts with the letter. Learning alphabets can be fun with this interactive lesson. With this, a child can learn all alphabets from A to Z. (7:46)
In 1804, Jefferson sends a team to explore lands acquired in the Louisiana Purchase. The Corps of Discovery will travel nearly 8,000 miles over three years, reaching the Pacific Ocean and clearing the path for westward expansion. In this video clip, learn more about Lewis and Clark’s Expedition. (1:46)
is designed for teachers and students preparing for a visit to this park, which includes nearly 40,000 acres of Maine coastline.
Introduction to the Europe on the Brink: Economic, Political, and Constitutional Issues Panel Discussion to inaugurate the Law, Justice and Society Research Cluster at Wolfson College, Oxford
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he FedEx Institute is funding a groundbreaking genetic research project on the Asian Multicolored Ladybug that has yielded 592 million short sequences of DNA. Completion of this draft genome puts the U of M in the company of top-ranked research schools. Asian Long-horned Beetle Genome Project- The McKenna Lab has successfully mapped the full genome of this beetle, which was accidentally introduced to the United States in the 1990s. The research will aid in the effort to control the beetle, whos
Catholic Mass - 4/22/2012 (Third Sunday of Easter)
Chris and Martin find a Tiger Quoll
Herschel's World of Economics: Goods and Services
Spring 2012 Flag Ceremony
Henry Hope Reed Award Laureate Elizabeth Barlow Rogers' Acceptance Speech
Learn to Tell Time--Learn About "Past" and "To" and Quadrants
Learning your ABC's (Interactive Game)
Lewis & Clark Expedition
Environmental Education at Acadia National Park
Europe on the Brink? Introduction and Historical Issues
Maria Telleria: Transitioning from Undergrad to Grad School
Duane McKenna Laboratory Beetle Genome Projects