AntiGravity Yoga soars in New York
Aug. 17 - With AntiGravity Yoga, students take to the air to stretch, strengthen and clear their minds. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Henkel risks China's ire over price hikes
Aug. 17 - Global adhesive and consumer products maker Henkel will eventually need to raise prices in China, says CEO Kasper Rorsted, a touchy subject in a country battling inflation.
Karachi hit with shooting and grenade attacks
Aug. 17 - At least ten people are dead and several injured after shooting and grenade attacks in the Pakistani capital. Deborah Gembara reports
Protesters clash with Spanish police
Clashes between Spanish police and anti-Pope protesters in Madrid turn violent. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
What Changes and What Endures: The Story of a Company and a Century
The Computer History Museum was honored to host this very special Centennial lecture given by Samuel J. Palmisano, Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of IBM. Immediately following, Museum CEO John Hollar joins Mr. Palmisano on stage for a centennial conversation about the past, present and future of a company whose ideas and technology have shaped a century.
Authors@Google: Megan Prelinger
Megan Prelinger visits Google's San Francisco office to present her book "Another Science Fiction". This event took place on August 16, 2011, as part of the Authors@Google series. Another Science Fiction, a gorgeous collection of artwork from the aerospace industry during the Mad Men, space-race era of the late 1950s and early 1960s. We're giving away a limited number of copies of the book before the talk. Here are a few brief reviews: "A brilliant tour through the iconography and literature
PSYC 329-01, Developmental Psychology: Infancy and Childhood, Fall 2004
You will be expected to become familiar with current theoretical issues and with research data concerning the development of infants and children. These will be applied to practical problems of child welfare. We will critically examine the potential for scientific theory and research to contribute to our efforts to create social and physical environments that facilitate human development. Each week students will identify factual knowledge and theoretical/conceptual understanding gleaned from cou
PSYC 326-01, Learning and Memory, Fall 2994
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
PSYC 318-01, Physiological Psychology, Fall 2004
Throughout this course we will be discussing several functional systems of the CNS and their structural components. Since anatomical, structural relationships often describe underlying systemic functions, we will take a closer look at an animal model of CNS organization in neuroanatomy labs. These labs will allow you the opportunity to identify homologous human brain structures on a sheep brain. We will also perform minimal dissection in order to observe subcortical structures that we will discu
PSYC 311-01, Counseling Psychology, Fall 2004
This course is designed to give students exposure to the area of counseling psychology. This will include exposure to theory and techniques that are used in the field, as well as, ethical and professional issues confronting counseling psychologists.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
PSYC 309-01, Human Judgement and Decision-Making, Fall 2004
You will study how people make personality judgments about themselves and others; how people attribute causation to human behavior; and how people make estimates and best guesses about uncertain outcomes. The layperson's intuitions and judgments will be contrasted with normative standards established by scientists, mathematicians, and philosophers. You will learn about 6 classic decision-making paradoxes, and you can participate in 6 class demonstrations where you can earn money (max $30) as wel
PSYC 306-01, Language and Communication, Fall 2004
We will collect data and analyze such speech acts as and forms of talk as: inviting, insulting, gossiping, storytelling, promising, hedging, swearing, complaining, indirect requesting, etc. We will consider what non-lexical sounds and gestures are important to communication. How do we use them, and how well do we recognize and understand them?,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
FREN 202-01, Intermediate French, Fall 2005
French 202 takes a four-skill approach to language learning. It is designed for students who have already attained minimum proficiency in speaking, reading, writing and listening comprehension skills as well as in cultural literacy. In 202, these skills will be developed in a grammar review that continues what was begun in 201, as well as in written assignments, class discussions, and listening comprehension materials studied in- and outside of class. Special attention will be paid this semester
FREN 201-01, Intermediate French, Fall 2005
This course will be taught in French and you are expected to speak only French in the classroom. In this course you will: • Learn to carry out a variety of high frequency, communicative tasks in French; • Review and broaden the grammar foundation attained in elementary French; • Expand your French listening, reading, and writing skills; • Broaden your knowledge of French and Francophone culture through readings, cultural activities and in-class discussions.,This syllabus was submitted to
Breakingviews: Welcome to the age of volatility
Aug. 18 - The fear of a Lehman sequel in the euro zone has whipsawed stocks, bonds and just about every other market. While policymakers and fundamentals offer no conviction, global volatility is here to stay.
Lockheed Martin presents airship of the future
Aug. 18 - Inflatable aircrafts have been around since the Gondolfier brothers developed the first untethered hot-air balloon in 1782, but 200 years later, they are making a high-tech resurgence for both civilian and military use. U.S. aerospace company Lockheed Martin's version is called the P-791 airship, which it hopes is about to take off. Rob Muir reports.
Health@Google: Dan Goldie
#1 New York Times bestselling author and financial advisor, Dan Goldie, will inspire you to change the way you save and invest through compelling evidence and insightful analysis of today's challenging financial landscape. Learn the amazing story behind The Investment Answer and the lessons it teaches all investors that Wall Street doesn't want you to know. Bio: Dan Goldie is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, former professional tennis player, and current President of Dan Goldie Fin
This illustrated guide is designed to help students understand and learn the difference between simple and complete metamorphosis. The Web page, which can be easily printed for use at field sites, illustrates: complete metamorphosis for lepidoptera (butterflies and moths) simple metamorphosis for thysanura (silverfish) simple metamorphosis for heteroptera (true bugs). In addition, the guide discusses the following additional terms: nymph larva pupa egg.
Gratis pictogrammen voor vakken en dagen van de week Uitgeverij Van In introduceerde eind schooljaar 2010-2011 een nieuwe agenda voor de lagere school. Alle pictogrammen die hierin gebruikt worden kan iedereen …
Uitgeverij Van In introduceerde eind schooljaar 2010-2011 een nieuwe agenda voor de lagere school. Alle pictogrammen die hierin gebruikt worden kan iedereen …
Free Online Psychology Videos, Interactive Media, Textbooks, and More
A list of FREE online videos, video clips, interactive media, and supplemental resources related to the field of psychology. These can be used for online classes, hybrids, in class, or for […]