Think outside the box! Think of a number and check it against the computer! Substitute numbers for letters to begin learning about algebra!
MSU Faculty conversations: Wade Fisher
Wade Fisher, assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, talks about his research in elementary particle physics.
Northeastern Graduate Commencement 2012 - Full Ceremony
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"April Rain Song" by Langston Hughes
This is a short video of the poem "April Rain Song", written and recited by Langston Hughes. (00:34)
Listening, speaking, vocabulary: How much do these food products cost please?
After this lesson you can ask for information about the price of food products and order them in a shop.
2012 Horizon report: Educational Technologies over the next five years. Each year, the Horizon
Each year, the Horizon
An Overview on the Therapeutics of Hypertension
This module provides an animation on an overview of therapeutics on hypertension. This material describes an interaction between a patient, Mr AA and a clinical pharmacist. Mr. AA, a 55 year old obese man, visits his general practitioner for a monthly review and is diagnosed with hypertension. He is very worried because his uncle died of hypertension recently and wants to know much about hypertension hence the GP refers him to a clinical pharmacist. The pharmacist then describes the causes, risk
What inspires the 2003 Nobel Laureates in Physics?
See the rest of the interview here: http://www.nobelprize.org/mediaplayer/index.php?id=538 Alexei A. Abrikosov and Anthony J. Leggett, 2003 Nobel Laureates in Physics, share their sources of inspiration in their research.
Understanding Palliative Care: Supportive care for people with serious illnesses
"Understanding Palliative Care" was held at the University of Arizona on Monday, April 30, 2012. It was presented by UA Life & Work Connections as a "Lunch & Learn" Series event. Presenters: Barbara Allen, RN, C., Pediatrics Nurse, The University of Arizona Medical Center; Dr. Larry Lincoln, Medical Director, TMC Hospice, Retiring Infectious Disease Specialist; Mary Steele, RN, MA, MSN, Director of Special Nursing Services, Tucson Medical Center; Palliative care is an emerging medical specia
SFU Pipe Band Teaching in New York
Members of the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band share their talents and expertise with young and old piping and drumming enthusiasts at workshops hosted by the band in Queens, NYC.
Genetics: Tour of the Basics (Interactive)
In this interactive activity from the University of Utah, explore DNA and the role it plays in determining how our bodies function and what traits we have. In all organisms, the instructions for creating cell structures and for driving vital processes such as cell division are encoded in the chemical language of DNA. Take a tour of the basics of genetics and learn about DNA, genes, chromosomes, proteins, and inheritance.
How Cancer Grows (Interactive)
Cancer is not a single disease but rather more than 100 types of disease. Yet all cancer begins with a genetic mutation within a body cell and advances when the cell's descendants mutate further. The following step through from NOVA Online shows the progression of a malignant tumor, ending with metastasis, the colonization of tumors throughout the body. It focuses on the most common type of cancer, a carcinoma, which can originate in the skin, breast, prostate, and other organs.
BBC The Story of India PART 7 OF 24
14:02 Kings - Wars - and the history of violence that leads to the understanding of Non Violence and the greatest weapon on all to win wars.
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How Sunglasses Work
This one minute video explains the different types of sunglasses and how they react to light. An excellent overview to show students how they protect you from ultraviolet rays.
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Virtual Maths, Calculating the Volume of a Brick Demo
Interactive simulation, calculating the volume of a brick
53 Years of Media and Politics
Dr. David Butler brings his legendary Friday evening Media and Politics seminar to a final conclusion by answering questions instead of asking them. Dr Butler's well-worn armchair was occupied by John Lloyd (of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism), who assumed the role of the questioner, together with Baroness Margaret Jay, a former student of Dr Butler. Also for the first time in 53 years, the Chatham House Rule did not apply. The last seminar of David Butler was, uniquely, on-th
Connecting with social media
Dominic Dinardo, SVP Global Sales Engineering, describes the concept of a social enterprise. Linking employee social networks and customer and product social networks together can result in new, productive and transparent ways of working. Part of the KAM Best Practice Club Speaker Series: http://bit.ly/jmIcia