Spring 2012 Flag Ceremony
Thunderbird School of Global Management students representing 35 countries participate in the commencement flag ceremony April 27, 2012, in Glendale, Arizona.
Checklist - Work Placement
This is a resource released as part of the E-Portfolio Toolkit based on experience of developing the “Year Abroad E-Portfolio”, undertaken by the School of Languages at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Learn to Tell Time--Learn About "Past" and "To" and Quadrants
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.
Learning your ABC's (Interactive Game)
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)
Lewis & Clark Expedition
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)
Vacature KlasCement : Moderator leerzorg (Buitengewoon onderwijs) De afdeling KlasCement zoekt een halftijdse gedetacheerde leerkracht voor de functie van ‘moderator leerzorg’. De detachering start op 1 september 2014 en loopt tot en met 31 augustus 2015, jaarlijks te …
De afdeling KlasCement zoekt een halftijdse gedetacheerde leerkracht voor de functie van ‘moderator leerzorg’.
De detachering start op 1 september 2014 en loopt tot en met 31 augustus 2015, jaarlijks te …
Season 2 – Lesson 26 – Coffee Break Spanish
Coming up in this lesson: One of the best ways to make progress in a language is to use the language with native speakers and to check your understanding by asking them for feedback. In lesson 26 you’ll put what you’ve been learning recently into practice by asking ¿lo he dicho bien? and other phrases […]
Paramekanti lecture 2 part C
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KidsCalculate Basis Rekenen : Leren tellen, optellen en aftrekken Via deze app leren kinderen op een inzichtelijke wijze de basisprincipes van het hoofdrekenen. Daarbij wordt gebruik gemaakt van:
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The Story of Petroleum
We use oil in our daily lives and know that it is a thick substance buried thousands of feet underneath the Earth. But how did it get there? How do we get it out? What do we do with it? and Why is it so important? This is an educational video which introduces and explains the processes involved in oil exploration, drilling and refining. Video footage was filmed on location in the Illinois Basin with scenes from a geologists office, drilling rig, pumping unit, tank battery, refinery, and mo
MSUToday: Mayhem - The Seth Mitchell Story (Preview)
Leaving football behind, former MSU standout Seth "Mayhem" Mitchell fights toward a heavyweight title shot. Watch "Mayhem" - The Seth Mitchell Story at 3 p.m. EST Saturday April 28 on the Big Ten Network.
Panel V - U.S. Grand Strategy Options
Panel V - U.S. Grand Strategy Options Moderator: Mr. Nate Freier, U.S. Army War College Panelists: Dr. Steven Metz, U.S. Army War College; Dr. Christopher Preble, Vice President for Defense and Foreign Policy Studies, CATO Institute; Dr. Bernard Finel, National War College
Arctic Ecosystem (Interactive)
In this interactive activity adapted from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, learn about how environmental conditions in the Arctic influence the northern polar ecosystem. Investigate the variety of organisms that inhabit this unique ecosystem. Additional information details the members and relationships that form its complex food web and discusses the potential consequences of climate change on Arctic life.
Introduction to the intuition behind limits
This 7:38 video introduces limits used in calculus. A limit is the value of the expression as the expression approaches. This introduction gives examples that show that limits are not as simple as just evaluating a function. The video uses a narrator and a smart board.
TED Ed--How Folding Paper Can Get You to the Moon
Can folding a piece of paper 45 times get you to the moon? By seeing what happens when folding just one piece of paper, we see the unbelievable potential of exponential growth. This lesson will leave you wanting to grab a piece of paper to see how many times you can fold it! (03:49)
Anatomy of a Volcano (Interactive)
Volcanoes repeatedly remind people of Earth's potential for violence. Since 1700, volcanic eruptions have killed more than 250,000 people and devastated scores of communities. What causes these dramatic geologic displays? This interactive activity from NOVA Online provides a detailed look at the inner workings of one of the world's most dangerous volcanoes, Nyiragongo in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Antarctic Food Web (Interactive Game)
This interactive game adapted from the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences challenges players to build a food web, a complex model that shows how various food chains in an ecosystem are connected. Players must position the names of producers and consumers in the correct places in a diagram. The completed diagram reveals how energy flows through an Antarctic ecosystem and the relationships between predators and prey.
TED Ed--How Simple Ideas Lead to Scientific Discoveries
Adam Savage walks through two spectacular examples of profound scientific discoveries that came from simple, creative methods anyone could have followed -- Eratosthenes' calculation of the Earth's circumference around 200 BC and Hippolyte Fizeau's measurement of the speed of light in 1849. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections in the classroom. (7:32)