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)

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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.

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109: The pursuit of value
INSEAD Professor Horacio Falcao talks about strategies for creating and claiming value in negotiations.
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Marshall County Courthouse
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Pastiche
Michael Hulse discusses the nature of pastiche in relation to the Shakespeare's Bones project.
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114: Sunset in the Land of the Rising Sun
Japan's economy has been in dramatic decline, says INSEAD professor Stewart Black. What's causing its malaise and can we expect a rebound?
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Dr. Seuss The Butter Battle Book
This 24 minute animation is an excellent video to show students and to teach them about what can cause wars. For older students, but the songs and animation should hold the attention of all students. An excellent creative writing motivator as well.
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Basic Cash Flow Statement
Sal Khan uses a cash flow statement to reconcile net income with change in cash.(03:44)
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Deze site bevat liedjes, comprehension, dictee, grammar, verwijzingen naar andere sites voor luisteren, video, ... Het lesmateriaal voor de onderwijsmethode Stepping Stones is gemaakt van oefeningen uit methodes die niet meer uitgegeven …


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What is Special About Language?
Noam Chomsky, a world-renowned linguist, intellectual and political activist lectured at the University of Arizona on Feb. 7, 2012, on "What is Special About Language?" Noam Chomsky is an Institute Professor and a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he worked for more than 50 years. Chomsky, who according to The New York Times is "arguably the most important intellectual alive," is credited with revolutionizing the
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1940s House: Making a Connection between WWII and Rationing
Through viewing and discussion of the video and investigation of the Web resources, students will develop a deeper understanding of rationing and the mathematics needed in a WWII household.
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« Responsabilité et approche collaborative : qui doit répondre de la wikialité ? » dans le cadr
Le « web 2.0 » passionne face aux potentialités infinies qu’il semble être capable de proposer. Dans la courte, très courte histoire d’Internet, des relents de « nouveaux espaces », quelque peu comparables à ceux des années 1995-1996 apparaissent. Des espaces lointains, où le droit est omniprésent, de plus en plus, et ce, même si souvent son application pose problème. Du nouveau droit déjà obsolète, de l’ancien dont l’application est parfois douteuse, la communauté jurid
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Research (presentation from "Deconstructing Wall Street", 9/30/11)
Sponsored by the University of Richmond Alumni Association, Deconstructing Wall Street brought together students of all class years interested in learning more about careers in finance. The students attended sessions such as this one on Research to learn about the major areas and career paths in the field from alumni representing several prominent firms.
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World Bank President Visits CMU
The president of the World Bank, Robert B. Zoellick, spoke at Carnegie Mellon University about the global economic issues he and the bank are presently facing. The event was moderated by Professor Kiron Skinner, associate professor of social and decision sciences and director of CMU's Center for International Relations and Politics (CIRP) and sponsored by CIRP, the Thomas M. Kerr, Jr. Prelaw Program and the Global Studies Major. Zoellick, the 11th president of the World Bank, was previously vi
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