Multiplying Fractions using Cross Cancellation
In this video they show to solve multiplication of fractions by cross canceling. They start with simple problems and do many different examples. Then they do addition of fractions with unlike denominators, they find the lowest common denominator, and apply this to solve the problem. Then they progress to a problem with four fractions. Then additional examples are done. Video is good quality and good for all students as review or initial learning of the concept.
The History of the United Nations
A quick run through of the birth of the UN and some of the major events in its history. The narrator speaks quickly making it a little hard to follow.
Personality and values
Welcome to ‘Personality and Values’, one of several ‘Futures’ workbooks, which help you choose and prepare a career route after graduation. 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 The aim of this workbook is to help you to clarify or identify your personality type and work values as a step toward choosing work
Examples and Techniques of How to Find The Median
This eight-minute video takes a look at measures of central tendency. Median is discussed and a lesson is given using a couple of examples on how to determine the median score of a data set. A couple of techniques are shown.
Variables and Equations using Substitution
This introduction shows students how to substitute variables in equations. It is geared for intermediate grade levels 7-8. The video looks a substitutions examples on a white board. The whole video lesson is not presented in this clip. You have to go the link shown at the end of the clip to watch the entire lesson.
La c?mara en la animaci?n de arquitectura. Reconsiderando ?la mirada? y el r?gimen de mostraci?n en
Even though inspired by cinema, architecture animations often oversimplify filmic space, and conflate two distinct concepts: gaze, and vision. Such misinterpretation leads to overuse camera movement to present spaces as if the change of point of view would lead to communicate lived space. This article introduces such discussion in the context of the tableau vivant, a living picture, explores the use of the shot sequence and the use of non-narrative scenes.
Transient Heat Conduction - Computational Approach from the course Heat Transfer
This course covers transport processes of mass, momentum, and energy from a macroscopic view with emphasis both on understanding why matter behaves as it does and on developing practical problem solving skills. The course is divided into four parts: introduction, conduction, convection, and radiation.
Step-By-Step Solutions for Algebra
Excellent video from Jimmy Chang, who has a master's degree in math and has been a math teacher at St. Pete College for more than eight years. Mr. Chang explains step by step how to solve problems in Algebra explaining the importance of showing all steps involved.
ARMY WAR GAME SIMULATION (AWAS) system - Utilising architectural knowledge in virtual environments
This research briefly examines the importance of collaborative design in developing a multi-user, multi-tiered, networked and real-time information base system. Aspects such as navigation, interaction, communication, movements (objects or virtual camera), control, level of details, spatial design and virtual spaces will be explained to show their importance in the development of virtual world. This paper will further explore the aspects of collaborative design in the context of Army War Game Sim
Politics in 60 seconds. China's responsibility
Dr Miwa Hirono defines a polical concept in 60 seconds for those with a spare minute to learn something new. This videocast considers China's responsibility. Warning: video does contain bloopers and out takes. May 2010 Suitable for Undergraduate study and Community education Dr Miwa Hirono, School of Politics and International Relations Dr Miwa Hirono is an RCUK Fellow at the Centre for International Crisis Management and Conflict Resolution at The University of Nottingham’s School of Pol
Expedition Blue Planet - Death of a River: The Colorado River Delta
The Expedition Blue Planet team explore the impacts of a broken river and disappearing wetlandsIn August 2010, Alexandra Cousteau’s Expedition Blue Planet crossed over the Arizona/Mexico border to follow the Colorado’s dry riverbed to its historic mouth in the Upper Gulf of California where its nutrient-rich waters no longer reach the sea.The stately Colorado, that same iconic river of history that carved out the Grand Canyon and made the deserts bloom in the American southwest, now
Feature Allocations, Probability Functions, and Paintboxes
Feature Allocations, Probability Functions, and Paintboxes Tamara Broderick - UC Berkeley Department of Statistics 3/3/2014
Chemistry of Copper
The professors at the University of Nottingham discuss the physical and chemical properties of copper. Students can see copper in different forms like wire and a solid block, and watch a reaction involving a blue copper solution. (08:13)
Differences Between Adjectives and Adverbs
Adjectives are used to describe nouns and pronouns, while adverbs are used to describe verbs and other adverbs. Discover the difference between the two in this video. The teacher shares examples from her computer screen. (1:29)
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How do Architects Design?
This study is proposes a descriptive model of the design behavior of architects. In the first section a framework for the model is proposed. In the second section the framework is tested against empirical data. 11 information processing mechanisms are observed in the data. Eight of these: information acquisition, problem interpretation, problem representation, solution generation, solution integration, solution evaluation, perception and sketching, are used in developing design solutions. The th
Lecture 11 - 10/28/2010
Understanding Sharps, Flats, and Naturals!
Different ways to go up 1/2 step on piano and guitar-shows what sharps, flats, and naturals are written (9:07)
Peter Galison on Teaching with Collections - Great Teachers
Harvard University is home to world class collections in art, science, natural history, archeology, and more. These objects and artifacts give students the opportunity to experience a physical connection to history. In April of 2011, Peter Galison joined other Harvard faculty members to speak about "Teaching with Collections" at one of Dean Michael Smith's Conversations@FAS. This video offers Professor Galison's presentation in its entirety, but you can find the video of the full panel discuss