6 ključnih savjeta za donošenje odluka 3.1 Division U.S.-Soviet Relations Social Movements, Political Violence and the State [Audio] CINAHL Subject Heading Searching (PowerPoint) Regulatory Agencies CAD and Management of Construction Projects 2014_03_10_15.466 Greg Kochanski on Phonetics Using the Distributive Property Wiping a Hard Disk The Concentration Camps in World War Two and Roosevelt's Death Spartan Sagas: Manpreet Singh, Healing one child at a time. Round Numbers to the Nearest Ten or Hundred Joseph Haydn-Institut Mathematics in the real world Lights, camera, action! Ensuring entitlement to MFL at Key Stage 4 The Magic 40 - 4 Months After 9 Unit summary
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Number systems and the rules for combining numbers can be daunting. This unit will help you to understand the detail of rational and real numbers, complex numbers and integers. You will also be introduced to modular arithmetic and the concept of a relation between elements of a set.
This video is accompanied by text. "Throughout much of World War II, the U.S. and the USSR were reluctant allies. Germany posed a significant threat to both countries and necessity dictated that they cooperate militarily. Germany had launched a brutal invasion into the Soviet Union that eventually caused the deaths of 20 million Soviets. The USSR begged the western Allies to attack the German army on its western front. The U.S. and England were under-resourced and unwilling to launch a costly at
Speaker(s): Professor Donatella Della Porta | From Gezi Park in Istanbul to Tahrir Square in Cairo, as well as in the heart of Europe, threatened regimes have faced down massive protests with brutal repression. But when do mass social movements go underground and choose violence? Della Porta brings to bear her extensive research into left-wing, right-wing, ethnonationalist, and religious forms of political violence to answer this question. The comparison of quite different cases of escalation
CINAHL Subject Heading Searching (PowerPoint)
Suitable for high school students with text on the side. "Nearly all of the federal government's work was accomplished through Cabinet departments until the 1880s when Congress began establishing agencies that were positioned outside the Cabinet departments. Among these agencies are the independent regulatory commissions that were created to protect public interest by developing and enforcing rules." (Video is of high quality with slides and narration.)
The increasing interest in computer-aided design (CAD) has prompted research that is aimed at identifying the opportunities for construction managers and building contractors. It has been found that the use of CAD systems in the U.K. is mainly confined to the production of detailed drawings. Indeed, most of the systems used are 2-D drafting tools and incapable of supporting the integration of even modest amounts of nongraphical (construction) data. On the other hand, many 3-D modeling systems ha
Dr Greg Kochanski, a Research Fellow at the Oxford University Phonetics Laboratory, talks about how experiments in phonetics are conducted, how we study the history of language, and how speech changes over time.
The distributive property is one of the most important and fundamental parts of algebra. In this video the math teacher shows how to break down the equation in to the simplier components. Shows negative numbers also. This is a great beginning video. Video is good quality and good for all students as review or initial learning of concept.
Learn how to wipe a disk (and securely delete files)! If you are thinking of giving an old computer to a friend you should wipe it clean. (10:31)
In this five minute video students learn about the German concentration camps and shows the piles of bodies left in the camps. This video has many disturbing images and is NOT for younger students. A teacher review is a MUST. However, this video does show exactly what the Germans and others did to the Jews. The video ends with the death of President Roosevelt and its impact.
Manpreet Singh has dedicated her career in psychiatric medicine to trying to understand why children develop mental illness, with the ultimate goal of preventing its onset. A principle she learned early in life—known as "seva," or service—has shaped the kind of physician and teacher she has become. "Something that was very important to me—that Michigan State very much cultivated in the way that it educated me to be a very compassionate and service-oriented physician—is that I could insti
Students will learn to use a number line to help round large numbers. If a number is halfway between two 10's, round to the next 10. If a number is halfway between two 100's, round to the next hundred. User clicks through the slides.
Available in German only, this is the website of the Joseph Haydn-Institut, which was founded in Cologne, Germany in 1955. The main purpose of the institute was to compile and publish the complete works of Austrian composer Joseph Haydn (1732-1809). It also commissions a comprehensive bibliography on Haydn, which is published by G. Henle Verlag in Munich. The institute's library contains a source card index, and original scores and manuscripts. The website provides information about the institut
Inspired by Évariste Galois's attempts to express symmetry using mathematical equations, Professor Marcus du Sautoy explores the inextricable link between the physical world and mathematics.
Clips from 'The Godfather' demonstrate diversification in a family business; 'Gladiator' shows the implementation of a functional strategy; and 'Jerry Maguire' illustrates the concept of values. However, films that bridge the gap between the business and corporate world and business ideas and concepts are a rare breed. Dr Hadida explains.
Schools Minister Jacqui Smith has announced a new Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) initiative (15 December 2005), which will attempt to reverse the decline in GCSE languages entries since the subject lost its compulsory status in the National Curriculum (NC) in 2004.
9 of the Magic 40, 40+ Sloan Graduates from Spring 2010 who started their own companies, converged in October 2010 to talk about their experiences since their graduation.
Atoms, elements and molecules are the building blocks of everything that makes up our world, including ourselves. In this unit you will learn the basic chemistry of how these components work together, starting with a chemical compound we are all very familiar with – water.
Social Movements, Political Violence and the State [Audio]
CINAHL Subject Heading Searching (PowerPoint)
CAD and Management of Construction Projects
Greg Kochanski on Phonetics
Using the Distributive Property
Wiping a Hard Disk
The Concentration Camps in World War Two and Roosevelt's Death
Spartan Sagas: Manpreet Singh, Healing one child at a time.
Round Numbers to the Nearest Ten or Hundred
Mathematics in the real world
Lights, camera, action!
Ensuring entitlement to MFL at Key Stage 4
The Magic 40 - 4 Months After
9 Unit summary