Viewing Radio Waves (Interactive)
In this interactive activity adapted from NASA, learn about radio waves and how astronomers use them to study objects in space. Understand how radio waves are part of the electromagnetic spectrum and explore how the frequency, wavelength, and speed of a wave are related to each other. Investigate the differences between radio waves and sound waves and learn how astronomers use radio waves to create images. Compare optical and radio images of galaxies and nebulas.
10 Doggie Kisses by Todd Parr for Sesame Street (Counting to 10)
This is Todd Parr's (author and illustrator) second short film he has made for Sesame Street. Young learners will enjoy counting to 10 as the doggies kisses 10 different children. What a fun resource for the early childhood classroom. (0:46)
Study: Parents spank children for trivial reasons
SMU Psychology Professor George Holden says in a new study on spanking published in the American Psychological Association Journal of Family Psychology that a majority of the incidents involved breaking social conventions rather than major infractions and that in 73 percent of the cases the child misbehaved again within 10 minutes.
CIA Power of Food: Leo Oosterveer
Leo Oosterveer, CEO of Unilever Food Solutions, accepted the Augie on behalf of Unilever for their commitment to sustainability within the food industry and beyond.
Van Gogh: An Analysis of The Starry Night
What gives this star-filled night its haunting power? A doomed painter's madness or a carefully planned strategy? Both possibilities are discussed, and inspirations for aspects of the painting are described. A thorough analysis of artists' interests in sky is given. ( Minutes five and eight contain material not appropriate for younger students.) ( 12:12)
Students become familiar with lunar phases by locating and then graphing the Moon phase of their own birthdays. After listening and discussing lunar myths and legends they create their own Birthday Moon Stories.
Air strike on Syrian market, rebels storm compound
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Dramatic video of an air strike that tears through a Syrian market just as an ambulance arrives to treat the injured from an earlier raid. Deborah Gembara reports. More from Syria: http://smarturl.it/SyriaAttack Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, fin
Hypertext Between Research and Teaching: An Experience in a Didactic Building Technology Laboratory
IPER (hypertext for the knowledge of building patrimony) is the result of a research developed with C.N.R. (National Research Institute). The aim of IPER is to provide the knowledge, the description and the management of one or more historical buildings for public or private institutions. IPER allowed us to improve our methodology of building analysis, covering various disciplinary fields, in two different systems. (1.) the first one, synthetic and suitable for a group of historical buildings, (
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Improve Your Acrylic Painting
This 3:43 long video shows Terry Harrison demonstrating simple exercises for watercolor and oil painting techniques using acrylics. It is a useful video with good tips
"Rainy Day" Song by the Milkshake Kids
Another fun fine animation by Sam Tillman. "Rainy Day" is a song from the Milkshake Kids. Students will learn about all the things you can do in the rain. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge about the weather and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (1:42)
Duccio, The Virgin and Child, c. 1315
Duccio di Buoninsegna, The Virgin and Child with Saints Dominic and Aurea, c. 1315, tempera on wood, 42.5 x 34.5 cm (National Gallery, London). (3:43)
Clinical Utility of a Novel Assay for Tracking Tumor Burden in Merkel Cell Carcinoma
Merkel cell carcinoma is an aggressive skin cancer that is typically driven by a common polyomavirus. The requirement of viral proteins to drive the growth of cancer cells has provided important clues as to how this cancer can be tracked and treated. Antibodies to the polyomavirus 'oncoprotein' increase and decrease in parallel with the amount of this cancer in patients. This observation serves as the basis of a test (made clinically available in January 2014 by UW Lab Medicine) that can detect
Tripoli Airport under renewed shelling
Libyan militia fighters with anti-aircraft guns and mortars transform Tripoli Airport into a battlefield, cutting off the Libyan capital from the outside world. Vanessa Johnston reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, n
Johannesburg: an LBS student's view
London Business School MBA students film their South African journey from their point of view as they help local entrepreneurs with the challenges they face as small businesses in an emerging market.
How lean startups can become investment ready
Angel investor, Non Executive Director of UKTI and LBS alum Dale Murray (JEMBA2000) discusses with London Business School how the emergence of lean startups and crowdfunding have changed the role of angel investors.
Convicts and the making of Australia: Grace Karskens
On Wednesday 15 May, Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities and University of NSW historian, Associate Professor Grace Karskens, presented the ANU School of History 2012 Allan Martin lecture, Shifting the shape of Australian history: Convicts, the early colonial period and the making of Australia. Karskens' lecture questioned why Australian history still routinely quarantines our convict legacy and the early colonial period.
Professor David Shambaugh: China goes global, but only partially
In this video world-renowned China scholar Professor David Shambaugh examines China's place in a global world. Contrary to conventional wisdom, Shambaugh argues that China is not a superpower but rather a 'partial power'. Based on a five-year study which has culminated in his latest book, China goes global: the partial power, Shambaugh argues that rather than 'rising', China is 'spread' across the globe -- with a growing international footprint that is broad but not deep. David Shambaugh is a
Discovery Kids - Doki descubre como se hace el pan (en español)
La mascota de Discovery Kids, Doki, descubre cómo se convierte el trigo al pan. Buen video para niños en primaria. (.56)
"Session 1 (Politics) - History Textbooks and the Profession: Comparing National Controversies in a
A symposium panel featuring the following papers: "Historical Memory, International Conflict and Japanese Textbook Controversies in Three Epochs" — Yoshiko Nozaki (SUNY Buffalo) and Mark Selden (SUNY Binghamton); "The Politics of History Textbooks in India" — Neeladri Bhattacharya, (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi); "Weapons of