Parts of an Insect (Grasshopper)
This illustrated guide to a grasshopper is designed to help students recognize and learn the body parts of an insect. The single Web page, which can be easily printed for use at field sites or in the lab, also includes a short description for the following labeled parts: head thorax antenna abdomen spiracles coxa trochanter femur tibia tarsus genitalia wings.
The University of Memphis minute for the week of June 10, 2011.
The University of Memphis minute for the week of June 10, 2011.
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USC Dentistry: International Periodontal & Implant Symposium 2011 (Stanford Pt. 2)
Clark M. Stanford presented a lecture titled "Surgical Implant Placement -- Immediate Loading vs. Staged Loading in the Esthetic Zone" as part of the 36th annual USC Periodontal and Implant Symposium held in Los Angeles in 2011. Stanford is the Centennial Fund Professor at the Department of Prosthodontics and Dows Institute for Dental Research, and associate dean of research at the University of Iowa. He also maintains a clinical prosthodontic practice within the College of Dentistry. His resea
"RNAi: A Revolution in Biology and Therapeutics, Spring 2010"
"Despite centuries of effort, modern medicine still struggles to find the source of disease and to provide specific treatment without side effects. Both traditional small molecules and protein-based therapeutics have achieved only limited success. What is the next therapeutic frontier? The answer may be RNA interference. In this course, we will focus on the therapeutic potential of RNAi. We will discuss its discovery functions in normal biological processes, utility as an experimental tool, pote
Jon Huntsman to run for president
Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman will announce his bid for the Republican presidential nomination on June 21, formally kicking off his campaign for the White House, he said at a Thomson Reuters event.
Lecture 5, June 13
Marketing - MKTG 25010 Lectures - Lecture 5, June 13 - Kent State University > COLLEGES > College of Business Administration > COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION > Marketing > MKTG 25010 Lectures > Lecture 5, June 13
"A WikiTextBook for Introductory Mechanics, Fall 2009"
"This e-Book is a first step toward a shift in the role of the printed textbook from authoritative serial repository to modular, customizable, linkable, interactive hub. The ideal modern textbook should provide a clear overview of the domain, short summaries of key content, links to more detailed online source material, embedded self-assessment, and a vehicle for instant student feedback. This open-source e-Book for introductory mechanics uses ideas from modeling physics to encourage strategic,
Killdeer are birds, and they lay eggs just like all other birds do. Killdeer lay their eggs on the ground, in gravel, on rooftops, or wherever the splotchy pattern of the eggs may be hidden best. The eggshells are hard for added protection.
Multiple Sclerosis - Cranial Nerves Exam - Optic (CN II) Sub-exam - Patient 18
Ed is a 57-year-old Caucasian male with a 15-year history of neurological disability that was diagnosed after his initial attack as multiple sclerosis. Lumbar puncture demonstrated the presence of numerous oligoclonal bands and MRI later showed multiple white matter plaques. Clinical history: He suffers from a significant dysarthria, as well as tremor and ataxia.
1.7 Understanding Roles
In this unit, we look at the roles that are taken when working with young people. We focus on what those working with young people actually do, starting with some analysis of roles. We show that, in the context of work with young people, the term is more than simply a statement about who does what: it also says something about the kinds of relationships we form with young people and the values we bring to our work. We then move on to discuss roles in relation to the ‘bigger picture’ of organ
A Tribal Relic Returns
A lost relic returns to the Pamunkey tribe in a new form. American Indian Initiative Manager Buck Woodard guides us through treaties and time.
Road trips in America- Odd Locations and Events
This eight minute video is about some remarkable locations that have been along the way for years and some sketchy events that might have happened on the road trips. Essentially, this is a video diary that helps to show students different aspects of cultural geography and giving them an idea of different parts of the US, for the most part. The home videos can help students see the importance of making their own travel videos.
Function Concepts -- Functions in the Real World
This module describes real world function concepts.
Data Discovery Lessons
The lessons posted on this site were designed to engage students with real-world data relevant to content taught in middle school and high school science courses, and to foster an understanding of ways in which they might gather organize, analyze and interpret the data in order to draw scientifically valid inferences, interpretations and conclusions. Most of the labs use computer-based technology of spreadsheet programs or the Python programming interface. The Python lessons guide students in co
Sunday Service - 6/12/2011 - Joy Moore
A service of Sunday worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Dr Joy Moore delivers a sermon entitled " A Crowd Came Together." She preaches to the congregation about the Pentecost. Sermon begins at 37:48. Acts2: 1-21, 2 Corinthians 12: 3b-13 Bulletin: http://bit.ly/jwACUr
Photo Slideshow: UA Camp Teaches Youth the Art of Acting
The Wildcat Junior Drama Camp, part of UA's Arizona Youth University, teaches middle school students about the world of theatre arts. During the summer camp, students work on script and scene development and practice performing.
Justice with Michael Sandel - BBC: Justice: Torture and human dignity
Is torture ever justified? What if innocent lives are at stake? This excerpt from the BBC documentary "Justice: A Citizen's Guide to the 21st Century" examines the debate between Kantians and utilitarians on human dignity.
Justice with Michael Sandel - CCCB: Bioethics: Testing utilitarianism
Is it always right to sacrifice one life to save five? Is morality always about numbers? An excerpt of Sandel's Harvard Justice lecture, with animation added by Soy Camara (Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona).