Regent Street Sewer AA98_05975 REGENT STREET SEWER, Regent Street, Westminster, Greater London. A workman looking along the Regent Street sewer by torchlight. Photographed by Eric de Mare. Date range: 1945-1980.
REGENT STREET SEWER, Regent Street, Westminster, Greater London. A workman looking along the Regent Street sewer by torchlight. Photographed by Eric de Mare. Date range: 1945-1980.
New World English
The first English words spoken in Virginia were pronounced with a 17th-century London accent. Linguistics professor Anne Charity-Hudley explains the evolution of the American sound.Author(s):
"Farewell False Love" by Sir Walter Raleigh (poetry reading)
True Love isn't something that you can earn, she either has a loving nature or she hasn't. If she loves you truly then you're lucky, it's not because of what you are or anything you did to earn it. If she's unfaithful then she would have been unfaithful to anybody. All the same, if you're in a loving relationship then you should try to maintain it, contributing not sentimental gestures but constant support and consideration. Record her favourite programs. Buy her something nice whenever you
Communication, Language and Literacy in Trinidad and Tobago
This course introduces teachers in Trinidad and Tobago to some possible links between Language, Communication and Literacy in our local contexts. All students and interested persons are welcome […]
China Update 2010: Session 03: Resources, Energy and Environment
China Update 2010: The next 20 years of economic reform and development The China Update is hosted by the Rio Tinto- ANU China Partnership, between the China Economy Program in the Crawford School and Rio Tinto Australia. The China Economy Program is Chaired by Professor Ross Garnaut and Directed by Dr Ligang Song. The China Update is an annual event at which world leading experts present the latest research on the Chinese economy. Each year, the latest edition of the China Update Book Series is
Relevant Algebra Instruction
This video provides tips to encourage active thinking in algebra instruction and for connecting math to real-life situations. The segment contains video clips from New York's School of the Future along with commentary from one of the school's algebra teachers.
A Pig Worth Saving
The Ossabaw Hog shares its unique genetic legacy with visitors to Colonial Williamsburg's Great Hopes Plantation. Historic Farmer Wayne Randolph talks about the rare breed.
Purdue Signature Jewelry supporting scholarships
Purdue is working with Roth Brothers Jewelers in Monticello to create Purdue Signature Jewelry, a distinctive line of custom jewelry designed to reflect not only the wearer's special connections with the University, but also his or her individual personality. A portion of the profits will help support Purdue academic and athletics scholarships. To learn more, visit http://www.purduejewelry.com
The Effect of Active Learning Exercises on Academic Performance and Nonintellectual Learning Factors
The current study examined the effect of an active learning-based teaching method on nonintellectual learning dispositions in students enrolled in general psychology. Expected outcomes included improvement in student nonintellectual learning factors, as well as improvement in student academic performance. Two graduate student instructors and four courses of general psychology were recruited for participation. SAT scores, course grades, student ratings of teachers, and measures of nonintellectual
Institucions, empreses i entitats culturals
Aquesta assignatura proposa una primera aproximació a la gestió de la cultura. S'inicia en un primer mòdul contextualitzador sobre la cultura la gestió i les polítiques culturals. Seguidament es passa a fer una mirada sobre els diferents agents que intervenen en la gestió de la cultura. I s'analitza el sector privat, el sector públic i el tercer sector, i com aquest intervenen en la gestió de entitats, institucions i empres es culturals. L'assignatura acaba amb una reflexió sobre el nou
David D. Burhans Civic Fellow 2010: Katherine Blanchard '11
Katherine Blanchard presents her work with the Voices for Virginia's Children in Richmond, VA.
Integrating boundary-spanning efforts into long-term ecological research - Harvard Forest
Integrating boundary-spanning efforts into long-term ecological research: from case studies to practice -- Kathy Fallon Lambert Harvard Forest Symposium - March 15, 2011
Swing Into Spring Info Fair Pre-Law Society
Interveiw with a few Pre-Law Society members.
2.1 The challenge of change We are living in a very complex and rapidly changing world. Social science does not exist in a vacuum: by its very nature, social scientific study directly considers those things in life which are close to our concerns as human beings – how we produce things, communicate with one another, govern ourselves, understand our varied environments, and how to solve the problems we face in the organisation of social relations and processes. The social sciences offer a way of dealing with all of the
We are living in a very complex and rapidly changing world. Social science does not exist in a vacuum: by its very nature, social scientific study directly considers those things in life which are close to our concerns as human beings – how we produce things, communicate with one another, govern ourselves, understand our varied environments, and how to solve the problems we face in the organisation of social relations and processes. The social sciences offer a way of dealing with all of the
Looking At Learning ...Again, Part 2: Workshop 4. Conceptual Change
With Dr. Peter Hewson. In this workshop, we explore the role played by prior knowledge in the learning of new science ideas. Only when a new idea is understood, accepted, and found to be useful does it begin to be exchanged for a previously held scientific belief. The workshop examines how teachers ideas about teaching and learning may be altered as they engage students in strategies designed to promote conceptual change.,This interview discusses the conceptual change model. Peter Hewson, a sc
Essential Science for Teachers: Life Science: Session 5. Variation, Adaptation, and Natural Selectio
What causes variation among a population of living things? How can variation in one generation influence the next generation? In this session, variation in a population will be examined as the raw material upon which natural selection acts.,Students use B. rappa to study plant variation in height. The questions posed to students are, "What causes the variation in plant height? What are some advantages of tall and short plants?" The students collect data and look at the mean, mode, etc.