The Water Cycle Video
This cartoon uses simple illustrations and examples to teach about the water cycle. (06:21)
Egypt's Ten Greatest Discoveries Shorts: Boats
This three minute clip is about how boats were made in ancient Egypt, and the importance of this technology to the development of Ancient Egypt. A remarkable video in that it shows how this sophisticated ship was made.
The Union Sends a Message
1863 "Wallpaper Edition" of the Daily Citizen newspaper in Vicksburg, Mississippi is created as resources is scarce during the Civil War. The battle of Vicksburg was seen as a turning point of the Civil War. In this video clip, learn more about the Union victory at Vicksburg. (3:00)
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ISS Update: Diagnosing Astronauts in Space From Here on Earth
NASA Public Affairs Officer Josh Byerly interviews Ed Powers, NASA Flight Surgeon, about how flight doctors work with crew members, diagnosing astronauts in space from Earth and impacts to life here on Earth. Questions? Ask us on Twitter @NASA_Johnson and include the hashtag #askStation. For the latest news about the space station, visit http://www.nasa.gov/station.
Sport en taal : Woordenschat en vaardigheden Eerst worden zegswijzen en sportterminologie uit het Engels aangeboden in een context. Het verschil tussen feit en mening, objectief en subjectief wordt aangekaart a.d.h.v. een krantenartikel van Sporza. Er wordt verwezen naar een …
Eerst worden zegswijzen en sportterminologie uit het Engels aangeboden in een context. Het verschil tussen feit en mening, objectief en subjectief wordt aangekaart a.d.h.v. een krantenartikel van Sporza.
Er wordt verwezen naar een …
Grant Miller - 'Personal research overview'
Grant Miller of Stanford University, the keynote speaker at CMPO conference 'Public Service Delivery in Developing Countries' talks to Romesh Vaitilingam about his recent research, including incentives for health care providers in developing countries such as India, and how policy makers might react to his work.
Radio Caroline - A Pirate's Tale (6)
9:16 From the BBC 2 Arena programme. Part 1 of 8 Radio Caroline Pirate Radio attacks a conservative society. The future of Radio in England shows the history and complaints are exactly the same ones they make today regarding music piracy on the internet. Robert Kennedy sends messages to the youth of Britan!
Amendment One: Voting on Marriage in North Carolina
On May 8th, North Carolina residents will vote on Amendment One, which proposes adding a clause to the state constitution that would define marriage as being only between a man and a woman. Janie Long, director of Duke's Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Life (LGBT), opposes the amendment and is concerned about how its passage might affect Duke students and families. Long, a 1981 graduate of Duke Divinity School, has served as the director of the LGBT center since 2006. Joining
Occupying Our Future: Solutions to Capitalist Crisis
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ISS Update - April 12, 2012
The International Space Station video update for April 12, 2012.
UST Libraries Poetry on the Patio (in the Parlor) #13
O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Tuesday, April 26, 2011 Noon to 1pm Dan Gjelten ("This Morning" by Raymond Carver) Daniel Carr ("Invictus" by William Ernest Henley and "Anything Can Be" by Shel Silverstein) Cory Funk "The Bottle Is Drunk Out by One" by Phillip Larkin and "Acquainted with the Night" by Robert Frost) Jim Sachs ("Do not go gentle into that good night" by Dylan Thomas) Deborah Savage (selection by Karol Wojtyla (aka Pope John Paul II)) Laurie Diamond ("Solstice Poem for Kristjan Ar
Word Problem Solving 3
Word problem solving strategies from chapter 3 of ck12.org Algebra I book-From Khan Academy (11:06)
Visual Learning Bridge: Understanding 1 as a Fraction
This interactive video introduces students to the number 1 as a fraction. Students will easily understand the colorful and concrete visuals. Words appear on bottom of screen as speaker talks. This is a great resource to use as an introduction and/or to review in the elementary classroom. (2:21)
UNESCO : Cultural tourism There are links to further information about UNESCO projects around the world including sus
This section of the UNESCO website focuses on cultural tourism, defined as "a discerning type of tourism that takes account of other people's cultures". It gives an overview of the support that UNESCO gives to its Member States to prepare their development policies taking into account the relationship between tourism and other issues such as cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue and development.
There are links to further information about UNESCO projects around the world including sus
Taken 2 "Instructions" - Movie Clip
In this new clip from Liam Neeson's "Taken 2" Neeson coaches his daughter Maggie Grace to help find his location. The clip could be used while teaching a lesson about seismic waves and the location of the epicenter. (01:17)
Center Student Grant 2010 - Youth Artists Resisting
Youth Artists Resisting: An Education and Exhibition Collaboration Between San Francisco and Haiti Allison Rowe Social Practice, 1st year graduate Community Partner: Out of Site Center for Arts Education, San Francisco, California and Timoun Atis Rezistan, Port-au-Prince, Haiti Youth Artists Resisting: An Education and Exhibition Collaboration Between San Francisco and Haiti is a community art project that seeks to facilitate conversation, art production, art sales and youth empowerment by usi
Center Student Grant 2009 - The View from Here
Center Student Grants fund projects collaboratively designed by CCA students and their community partners, thereby serving one of the Center's primary goals: to bridge the studio-based practices of art, design, writing and architecture with the larger community. Read more on our website at http://center.cca.edu/action/grants
Pieces of Cloth Pieces of Culture, Tapa Making and Community Collaboration.m4v
Tongan Tapa Cloth bonus material to the documentary: Pieces of Cloth, Pieces of Culture: Tapa Making and Community Collaboration 50 minutes, 2005 California College of the Arts Center for Art and Public Life Visiting scholar 2004: Ping-Ann Addo Ping-Ann Addo's yearlong exploration of Tongan art and culture included the first-ever creation of an original handmade tapa cloth in the continental United States. Working with renowned Tongan artist Siu Tuita, Addo and the Center hosted a series of e