Evolution: Variation in a Species
This instructor in this video, Sal Khan, discusses how variation and mutation is introduced into a species. 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. Suitable for high school students.
1.1 Welcome Video Dan Turner
1.1 Welcome Video Dan Turner
Space mission to measure biomass
This week in the Planet Earth Podcast: Mathew Williams of Edinburgh University and Shaun Quegan of Sheffield University talk about a new earth observation mission recently given the go-ahead by the European Space Agency.
Loempia bakken Dit leermiddel bevat een stappenplan om een loempia te maken.
Dit leermiddel bevat een stappenplan om een loempia te maken.
What is Alive? Answered by Robin Williams
The famous comedian Robin Williams uses humor to teach a lesson on living things. To find out if something is alive, you have to ask three questions: Does it eat? Does it breathe? Does it grow? Robin Williams uses his shoe as an example of something that is NOT alive. (02:03)
Carl Sagan: Wanderers
This is a ten-minute professionally-made video on man as a wanderer. The video offers a brief history of why man continues to look for new challenges. It is also a good introduction into immigration and space exploration...in the last decade man has had his inventions land on 70 places in space. Carl Sagan, scientist and astronomer, looks at the nomadic life of human being and makes an important links to the importance of going beyond the boundaries of Earth to excel in the future
Scientists Claim to Have Created First Manmade Cell
This is from Fox and explains the ramifications of a manmade cell. The newscast shows the many possible uses how manmade bacteria can be used to help society. A good way to show students what the future may hold.
Virtual Maths Data Handling - Light Survey, Worksheet for Bigger Room
Light Intensity Survey worksheet, activity including resources, for bigger room
Job Interviews is one of several Futures workbooks which help students choose and prepare for their careers. Like the other workbooks in the series you can dip in and out doing the exercises which are most relevant to you. You might want to include the exercises or the output in your personal development plan or e-portfolio. Interviews are still the most commonly used method for assessing a person’s suitability for a job. In the UK 99 per cent of employers use selection interviews to recruit
Criminal History in Ancient Rome
This History Channel clip is about a man who was murdered in ancient Rome. We learn how the Roman law system worked in ancient times when a man was murdered. Someone was accused of the crime and a trial was held. May be not useable for younger students.
The Lost Gods of the Romans
How the Romans acquired their Romes from other cultures. A good video for students studying this time period as it shows the transfer of ideas from culture to culture. This is a 23 minute video. Students might benefit from having a list of the gods mentioned and a map of the area so that the students could follow the video more easily.
Italy is known for artisan techniques dating back centuries. This video visits studios known for their silver and marble inlay. There is an informative narration.
Multimodal representations of architectural design knowledge: Interaction between visual and ontolog
This paper presents multimodal representation of architectural design knowledge, where explicit and implicit information are linked. The aim is to develop computational environment that combines several modes of representation. Integration of interactive digital-models library and ontological model of architectural design factors is investigated.
References Brain Evolution And Information Explosion – Sanjoy Sanyal How To Study | Fundamentals Study Tips for Math History of Memorial Day Beekeeping: Making Your Own Queens Seguridad en Redes de Comunicación (2015)
This information explosion has got me thinking. When we want a particular piece of information, we have to search for hours. When we do not want something, we are flooded with millions of them. So I decided to show a link between the human brain and the current information explosion, that has led the information overload. This Sanjoy Sanyal, Professor and Course Director of Neuroscience in the Caribbean Part of this PPTX is based on the work of Professor Rudolph Hanka of University of
Studying For Exams Made Simple is an account of the study techniques
used to get A's in exams. Find out how to pass exams using effective
study techniques, study tips and good study habits. This is an eleven minute video that slowly goes over the ways to prepare for tests. An excellent video with plenty of examples. Slow loading due to its length.
Tips to help you with your math studies including not doing too much on outside activities. The four minute video has "hot" tips such as getting a good rest. A talking head video.
This 3:37 video goes through the wars that America has been involved in as the history of Memorial Day is reviewed. This is a good video to show prior to the holiday and to develop an appreciation for what the day stands for. Best used with a handout on the wars and the numbers involved.
Thanks for watching another Long Lane Honey Bee Farms video and today we'll follow a frame of grafts for new queens. (02:33)
En la actual sociedad de la información, mantener la seguridad de los datos que se comparten en red es esencial. La asignatura proporciona una visión teórica-práctica de las tecnologías, mecanismos y técnicas que permiten garantizar la seguridad de las comunicaciones realizadas redes TCP/IP. In the information society we are living in, securing data transmission over the network constitutes an essential feature. This course provides a theoretical and practical approach to the technologies,
Brain Evolution And Information Explosion – Sanjoy Sanyal
How To Study | Fundamentals
Study Tips for Math
History of Memorial Day
Beekeeping: Making Your Own Queens
Seguridad en Redes de Comunicación (2015)