"A University Rising"
President Lloyd Jacobs 6th annual address
BLOSSOMS - From Teenage to Old Age: How Cancer Develops over Time This lesson focuses on how cancer is caused by mutations that accumulate over time in cells’ DNA, how the genes mutated in cancer are involved in normal cell growth & division, and how different types of mutations affect the functions of these genes. It is part of an MIT BLOSSOMS series of three lessons on cancer.
This lesson focuses on how cancer is caused by mutations that accumulate over time in cells’ DNA, how the genes mutated in cancer are involved in normal cell growth & division, and how different types of mutations affect the functions of these genes. It is part of an MIT BLOSSOMS series of three lessons on cancer.
Spotlight on Richard Schroeder - Conservation
What do we owe the future? The amount of land contained in conservation areas has more than tripled worldwide over the past three decades, now enclosing roughly 12% of the earth's land surface. Despite this massive intervention, countless species of plants and animals are rapidly declining to the point of extinction, as are valuable habitats that support human populations. Why do parks and protected areas so regularly fail in their mission to protect the environment? Are they just poorly design
IIPD: Bringing the Outside In
Three IIPD grant recipients at GRCC explain what they did with the funds they were granted (Maryann Lesert, Robert Hendershot and Vikki Cooper.)
Art Forum: Bob Brown
The ANU School of Art and the ACT Government present the 2012 public Art Forum series. Bob Brown has been a life-long activist. He helped establish the Wilderness Society, which organised the blockade of the dam works on Tasmania's' Franklin River in 1982-3, and acted as a Director for five years. In 1990, Bob Brown established the Australian Bush Heritage Fund using his Goldman Environmental Prize and in 1992 was a driving force behind the formation of the Australian Greens. His books include
Ping 154: Wireless charging, Bing it on, Microsoft China, Paul is leaving Microsoft | Ping! It is with a heavy heart and a lump in our throats that we bid farewell to Paul this week...so long Paul, and thanks for all the fish.
It is with a heavy heart and a lump in our throats that we bid farewell to Paul this week...so long Paul, and thanks for all the fish.
Interactive Math Lesson - Finding the Base When Percentage and Rate are Given
This is a PowerPoint lesson demo. There are only slides with information and no narration or explanation. This could be used in the classroom with teacher explanation. (08:02)
Bullying - técnicas de prevención para niños
Este clip es de un programa llamado, "Mujer de Hoy" de Telemundo. El programa se concentra en "bullying" y tiene muchos consejos para papás y técnicas para prevenir bullying en niños. También dan ejemplos de los tipos de comportamientos que aparecen en un niño acosado. (9:51)
Play - a four letter word or the key to learning? (Professor Pat broadhead - Inaugural Lecture)
Over my time in education, I have seen play in educational settings lose its status, more especially as children progress into reception classes and into key stage one. I have seen young, active learners, often boys but not always, labelled as ‘naughty’ and ‘inattentive’ when the requirements of educators, fuelled by government policy, have required that they become ‘stationary learners’. As play is once again becoming ‘fashionable’, (evidenced by its recurring status in the medi
Tackling the BIG Problem (Professor Paul Gately - Inaugural lecture)
Professor Paul Gately's inaugural lecture - delivered on 21st March 2007
University of Surrey Learning Skills portal
The University of Surrey Skills Portal is a classified collection of quality materials designed to enable students to develop information literacy, research and study skills. It has been built using Openly licensed resources including several from Leeds Metropolitan University.
Expending Energy: Physical Activity for Health and High Performance Sport (Professor Carlton Cooke -
Professor Carlton Cooke joined Leeds Met in 1990, whilst working as a principal investigator on the pioneering Allied Dunbar National Fitness Survey. He became a Reader in 1993 and Carnegie Professor of Sport and Exercise Science in 1998, followed by his appointment in 2004 as Associate Dean and Head of the School of Sport, Exercise & Physical Education. His research interests range from physiological and biomechanical aspects of high level sports performance to physical activity, exercise and
Lifestyle Changes for Managing Hypertension - Khan Academy
Learn about the importance of improving your diet, losing weight, exercising, and quitting smoking. (06:35)
Richard Roberts: What qualities do you seek in your students?
1993 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine Richard Roberts describes the qualities he seeks in his students. See the entire interview here: http://www.nobelprize.org/mediaplayer/index.php?id=980&view=7
Veelvouden van vier Leerlingen duiden in dit rooster alle getallen aan uit de tafel van vier. Als alle veelvouden van vier gekleurd zijn, verschijnt er een woord.
Leerlingen duiden in dit rooster alle getallen aan uit de tafel van vier. Als alle veelvouden van vier gekleurd zijn, verschijnt er een woord.
Salud a Toda Vela (2012)
La salud física y mental constituye una parte fundamental de nuestro bienestar individual y social, por lo que el trabajo dirigido a fomentar las formas de vida saludables se conforma como un elemento imprescindible a desarrollar dentro de la institución universitaria. El abordaje integral y multidisciplinar de este campo de estudio permite conocer las diferentes aportaciones que se han realizado desde disciplinas como las Ciencias del Deporte, la Psicología y la Nutrición, entre otras, ade
Penn Connects 2.0
Anne Papageorge, Penn's vice president for Facilities and Real Estate Services, says the first phase of the campus blueprint, called Penn Connects, made the goals of President Amy Gutmann's Penn Compact real. In the past half-dozen years, Penn Connects projects have literally transformed the University. New construction, such as the Annenberg Public Policy Center, Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine, and Weiss Pavilion changed the skyline of campus. Significant renovations to the Music Buildi
Solving for the Weight of a Bunny - Khan Academy
Solving for variables being multiplied by a fraction. (03:11)
Adding and Subtracting the Same Thing from Both Sides - Khan Academy
Sal Khan offers two worked examples of solving simple equations, (02:09)
Seasons and Cloud Cover, Are They Related?
This lesson uses NASA satellite data to correlate cloud cover over Africa to the solar declination. The student will access NASA data using the MY NASA DATA Live Access Server and import the data into Excel spreadsheet software. Students will use NASA satellite data to correlate cloud cover over Africa to the solar declination.