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Exploring The Forces of Tension
Students will review their knowledge of tension and focus on tensile loads and failure caused by them.
Diabetes and Meal Planning
This patient education program explains and promotes healthy eating habits, especially in relation to diabetes. It reviews how diet effects diabetes, the food groups, what constitutes a healthy diet, the food pyramid, and blood sugar levels. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
Finding Cures Is Hard
This video segment from NOVA: "Cracking the Code of Life" explains the difficulty of curing genetic diseases such as cystic fibrosis.
Felt Board Retell: Promoting Comprehension with an Oral Retell (Virtual Tour)
In this video, a teacher explains how her students use a felt board at a literacy center to retell a story. Students practice retelling skills, oral vocabulary, memorization, and working with displays in this fun activity. (00:57)
Cijferen : Optellen en aftrekken Dit zijn werkblaadjes ivm cijferen. Op de bladen staan tabellen die het voor de leerlingen eenvoudiger maken om de getallen onder elkaar te noteren.
Dit zijn werkblaadjes ivm cijferen. Op de bladen staan tabellen die het voor de leerlingen eenvoudiger maken om de getallen onder elkaar te noteren.
Writing Wizards Portfolio Wall: Tracking Progress in First Grade
In this clip, the teacher shares how she displays her first graders writing pieces in a way that fosters growth. Students are asked to write about personal events in their lives that occurred in that month, and then those are displayed on the wall at the end of that month. They are assessed with a rubric that is not posted with the pieces. (01:23)
ISS Update: CCiCAP Meetings and the Boeing CST-100 -- 08.21.12
Commercial Crew Program Partner Manager for Boeing Gennaro Caliendo discusses the Integrated Systems Review meetings held in Houston this week and the CST-100. The meetings are a part of NASA's CCiCAP, or Commercial Crew Integrated Capability, milestones that have been set for its commercial partners. The meetings this week have been scheduled to review Boeing and the other commercial partners progress in their designs and to ensure that they meet system requirements. Caliendo talks about Boein
Paul McCartney Arrested on Drug Charge
Paul McCartney's drug arrest in Japan on January 16, 1980, is carried on major news outlets. On tour with his band Wings, the former Beatle was arrested in Tokyo after customs officials found 7.7 ounces of marijuana in his luggage. (0:29)
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Influences on Reward Mix Determination
Professor Clare Kelliher discusses her research that aims to deepen the understanding of how organisations determine their reward mix and finds amongst other things that benchmarking has led to the development of reward mix norms.
Economist Richard Wolff of democracyatwork.info on Clearing The Fog
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This 'rap' song helps students remember the properties of a rhombus. (02:23)
The Invasion: A Case Study on the Hudson River
Synopsis The zebra mussel, a notorious invasive species, has been silently infesting the rocky bottom of the Hudson River since it arrived there in 1991. But researchers from the Cary Institute for Ecosystem Studies, who have closely monitored the river before, during, and after the invasion, are noticing a promising new pattern. In this video, learn how the Cary team takes the pulse of this complex freshwater ecosystem to stay abreast of the invasion. Extensive digital classroom resources for e
Reuters Today: Apple climbs to the top of the tree
Aug. 21 - Apple becomes the most valuable company ever, its market cap of $623 bln surpassing the record set by Microsoft at the peak of the 1999 dot.com boom. Plus, a euro zone reality check looms.
China's private jet pipe dreams
Aug. 21 - Even for Chinese with millions of dollars to burn, buying a jet is no easy task. Red tape, poor infrastructure and sky-high taxes are stalling growth in the country's business jet industry.
Telekom Austria banks on Carlos Slim backing
Aug. 21 - Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim is set to take a stake in Telekom Austria, but with the telco's share price sliding how robust is the deal? We ask Telekom Austria CEO Hannes Ametsreiter.
Russian business underwhelmed by WTO entry, says HSBC
Aug. 21 - After 18 years of tortuous negotiations, Russia is joining the World Trade Organisation, but HSBC's chief Russia economist, Alexander Morozov, says local businesses do not expect big benefits.
U.S. Morning Call: 'Apple' of investors' eye breaks record
Aug 21 - Apple's market value climbed past $623 bln a day before the tech giant and Samsung prepare closing arguments in a heated patent trial.