Tree House Weather Kids: Season and Temperature
This is not a streaming video but an interactive online book.  It could be used in the classroom in numerous ways and at numerous levels.  This book discusses why we have seasons and how it effects the temperature.  It is divided into 5 chapters: "Earth, Sun, and Seasons," "Measuring Temperature," "Fahrenheit and Celsius," "Wind Chill and Heat Index," and "Global Warming." 
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Intro to Chemistry 6.1: Kinetic Molecular Theory (1/2)
Join Award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry. 6.1: Phase Change--Kinetic Molecular Theory .This video will teach students the fundamental nature of kinetic molecular theory.  ( 10:59)
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Anatomía Patológica Especial Veterinaria (2011)
La asignatura estudia las alteraciones morfológicas de los diferentes órganos que intengran los sistemas y aparatos de las especies domésticas y con los objetivos propuestos el alumno reconocerá, explicará y sistematizará las alteraciones cadavéricas, del desarrollo, circulatorias, metabólicas, inflamatorias, parasitarias y tumorales de los distintos órganos y sistemas animales; realizará necropsias regladas en las distintas especies domésticas y los informes correspondientes; y obten
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Bullying Girls: The Issues
A three minute video looking at the issue of girls bullying other girls in and its long lasting impact. A good video to review with students or as an inservice presentation.
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Drip, Drop, Drip, Drop
In this activity, Students design an experiment to model a leaky faucet and determine the amount of water wasted due to the leak. Using the data they gather in a table, students graph and write an equation for a line of best fit. They express their results with multiple representations and use the results to make predictions. This activity will build an understanding of variable, the relationship between variables, and generalizing these relationships.
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Spheres
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Máquinas Eléctricas (2011)
Los contenidos de la asignatura de Grado de los Recursos Mineros y de Grado de los Recursos Energéticos de 2º Curso “Máquinas Eléctricas”, tratan de dotar al alumno de los conocimientos indicados en el programa de la asignatura, como son: Conocimiento de los Aspectos Generales de las distintas Máquinas Eléctricas, así como su funcionamiento, control y normativa al respecto: tales como, Transformadores, Máquina asíncrona, Máquina síncrona, para su mejor utilización y aprovechamie
Author(s): José Ramón Landeras Díaz

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Pre-College Architecture
The study of architecture is an exciting multidisciplinary activity that combines design creativity, historical perspective, technical excellence, social responsibility, and global and environmental leadership. The Pre-College Architecture Program is structured to introduce you to each of these areas and for you to experience studying architecture in a university setting. To learn more about Carnegie Mellon's Pre-College program in architecture, visit: http://www.cmu.edu/enrollment/pre-college/
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National Herbarium of the Netherlands
Established in 1999, the National Herbarium of the Netherlands (NHN) combines three University herbaria-Leiden, Utrecht, and Wageningen-and hosts approximately 5.5 million specimens, making it "one of the largest herbaria in the world." Site visitors can search an extensive Collection Database with categories for Type Specimens, Annonaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Orchidaceae, Wood, and more. In addition, the NHN website links to: research information about the University branches; a complete catalogue o
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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Ecosystems Research Division
Research at the Environmental Protection Agency's Ecosystems Research Division (ERD) "includes studies of the behavior of contaminants, nutrients, and biota in environmental systems, and the development of mathematical models to assess the response of aquatic systems, watersheds and landscapes to stresses from natural and anthropogenic sources." The ERD website contains information about a wide variety of research foci including: Nitrogen and Redox Speciation in Environmental Systems; Lock Lake
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What Floats Your Boat?
Students use modeling clay, a material that is denser than water and thus ordinarily sinks in water, to discover the principle of buoyancy. They begin by designing and building boats out of clay that will float in water, and then refine their designs so that their boats will carry as great a load (metal washers) as possible. Building a clay boat to hold as much weight as possible is an engineering design problem. Next, they compare amount of water displaced by a lump of clay that sinks to the am
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Heat It Up!
Through a teacher demonstration using water, heat and food coloring, students see how convection moves the energy of the Sun from its core outwards. Students learn about the three different modes of heat transfer (convection, conduction, radiation) and how they are related to the Sun and life on our planet.
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The Relationship between Science and Technology
In this lesson, Students will discuss the technology(ies) that powers satellites and enable(s) them to move through space. They will be introduced to the concept of “attitude control” and the role technology has in the design of spacecrafts, as well as engage in an angular momentum experiment.
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Geologic Time: Eons, Eras, and Epochs
This resource guide from the Middle School Portal 2 project, written specifically for teachers, provides links to exemplary resources including background information, lessons, career information, and related national science education standards. This publication contains resources designed to do three things. The first is to complement teacher content knowledge and its relationship to the nature of geologic science. Geology is not a laboratory based science lending itself to traditional notions
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Welcome & Plenary I: Population, Consumption and Human Wellbeing
Welcome remarks were made by Haile Debas, Steve Shortell and John Stobo. Plenary I was chaired by Malcolm Potts, with a keynote speech by Sir John E. Sulston and comments by panelists Ndola Prata and Jaime Sepulveda.
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Dr. Michael Neuss: “How much progress has been made in the fight against cancer?”
Watch video of Dr. Michael Neuss speaking about the fight against cancer. Neuss spoke Feb. 1 as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning class, “Medical Advances.” The course is presented by faculty of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center and focuses on what the future of medicine holds. Physicians are now able to use a patient’s DNAkeep reading »
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Forum Sante sur le theme du cerveau (video)

Forum Santé de Margo Initiative sur le thème du cerveau

Avec l'imagerie on peut désormais voir le cerveau humain en action. Mais que voit-on exactement ? Que nous savons aujourd'hui de notre cerveau? Quelles avancées cela permet-il aujourd'hui ?

Avec le professeur Braun, neuroradiologue au CHU de Nancy et le professeur Schwann psychiatre au CHU de Nancy.

Enregistré le vendredi 20 janvie
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Diverse Discrimination
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Marshall County Courthouse
Use of this image is restricted to projects related to Destination Indiana.,Marshall County Journey
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