SMArchS Colloquium September 16, 2011 Poesis
Facts about Cyprus
This video has a great many facts about current Cyprus. It does not add greatly to the history of the land.
Notre Dame OpenCourseware (OCW) offers free online educational resources for the courses in the Department of Classics. The Notre Dame Classics Department offers courses in study of the ancient Greek and Latin languages, of Greek and Latin literature, and of the history, archaeology, art, religion and philosophy of the ancient Greeks and Romans. And, uniquely in our approach to the ancient Mediterranean world, we include also instruction in Arabic and other Semitic languages, with related cours
Notre Dame OpenCourseware (OCW) offers free online educational resources for courses in the School of Architecture. Traditional and classical architecture occupy a premier place in the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture. Students learn not only the principles of designing and constructing buildings, but also the importance of enriching the identity and cohesiveness of the communities where they live and work.
Notre Dame OpenCourseware (OCW) offers free online educational resources for the courses in Computer Applications. An important mission of CAPP is to provide majors with proficiency in various facets of computing and information technology as a supplement to their primary majors and as a springboard for further professional education or a career in a technology-related field.
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What Is Inflation? (One Minute Dictionary Video Series)
In this short video, students will learn about the vocabulary word "inflation". Inflation is defined as 1. makes things bigger and 2. makes goods cost more. Good examples are given (blowing up a balloon and cost of cereal). This is a good resource to introduce a new vocabulary word into the upper elementary/middle school classroom. (1:04)
GoNUxstream Game Recap - Women's Basketball vs. Eastern Michigan - Nov. 11, 2011
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ECB is only viable solution to euro zone debt crisis: ING
Nov. 14 - The ECB needs to be more aggressive in its bond buying as markets are looking at the central bank as the only viable solution to the euro zone debt crisis, says ING Rate Strategist Padhraic Garvey.
What Anna Hazare's anti-corruption movement tells us
Nov. 14 - Here's what India needs to fix to reach its economic potential, N. Chandrasekaran of Tata Consultancy Services tells Chrystia Freeland.
India's boom resembles America's Robber Baron days
The crony capitalism of India's billionaire boom shows India Capitalism is in its "adolescence." K.N. Vaidyanathan, former Executive Director of the Securities and Exchange Board. Just as in America, billionaires will discover why they need people at the bottom.
Hussein palaces readied for return
Nov 14 - U.S. troops pack up war headquarters in Saddam Hussein's former palaces before returning them to Iraqi forces as part of pullout. Jessica Gray reports.
Super Mario gets down to business
Nov.14 - As Italy's new head of government, Mario Monti, is forming his cabinet, Rome was able to sell 3 billion euros of five year bonds. But German Chancellor Angela Merkel warns Europe could be going through its toughest hour since World War Two. Joanna Partridge reports
Merkel: Europe's "toughest hour since World War II"
Nov. 14 - German Chancellor Angela Merkel offered a grave assessment of Europe's economic health and underscored her determination to keep the Euro from failing. Deborah Gembara reports.
USS Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor
In this video, students will be able to see real footage of the Pearl Harbor Memorial. The photographs are well done. This is a good resource to help build background knowledge and will help to build a real world connection. (3:03)
The Treasury Story
Alexander Hamilton was the first Secretary of the Treasury. The Treasury Department consists of the: Bureau of Mint, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Internal Revenue Service, Bureau of Customs, Bureau of Public Debt, and the Bureau of Accounts. (28min)
Reading a Thermometer
In this video segment from Cyberchase, the CyberSquad learns how to read a thermometer as they try to keep their chocolate sculpture from melting.
Making Every History Lecture Engaging | Teachinghistory.org
The lecture has fallen on difficult times . . . it relies too heavily on auditory input and makes students passive as opposed to active learners. —Silver, Strong, and Perini. As history teachers we may often use the lecture format, and perhaps many of us had our first excitement about history ignited by an incredible lecture that sparked our interest in the past, but students learn best if they are actively processing what they are hearing. Mike Yell introduces the Discrepant Event Inquiry
Teach In - 11/13/2011 - #6 Wrap Up
Teach In Sunday: Reclaiming Our Economy Sunday November 13, 2011 Blackman Auditorium, Northeastern University