PediNeuroLogic Exam: 18 Month Old: Normal: Fine Motor/Coordination - Stacking Blocks
Even more demanding than placing blocks or beads in a container is the task of stacking blocks. The number of blocks that a child can stack is correlated with their level of motor development. A 15 month old can stack 2 blocks while an 18 month old should be able to stack at least 4 blocks. This toddler is able to stack 5 blocks. A neuroscience tutorial focusing on those aspects of the pediatric neurological examination that are unique to the child's nervous system, with an emphasis on important
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Protests amid peace talks in Syria
June 20 - Protests gather pace across Syria as demonstrators reject reform plans by President Bashar al-Assad. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
How can you measure the tilt of the Earth? Summer Solstice Experiment
Long before the 23 Degrees team shadows have been a significant indicator to the geometry of our planet's position around the sun and in this two minute video students can learn how to determine the tilt of the Earth using their own height on the Summer Solstice.
Virtual Maths, Calculating the Volume of a Brick
How to calculate the volume of a brick, guide (pdf)
This video is great for teachers to help their students learn their ABC's. It is a fun and catchy song for the children to catch on quickly.
" I Can Count to 100"- A Counting Song
This lively computer-animated video features a chant which will help children practice counting from 1-100. The numbers appear as they are said , and emphasis is placed on each multiple of ten. ( 2:40)
POL310 Session 2 Summer 2012
Current Issues in American Government with Brenda Riddick 05/15/12 Guest: Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, BondAction
How Fermentation Works
Fermentation is an energy producing process that does not require oxygen to take place. It's anaerobic in nature. Bacteria, yeast, and even human cells use fermentation to create energy in the form of ATP. Dr. Kiki from Food Science talks about how fermentation works, not just in creating alcoholic beverages that people enjoy, but also inside humans. Watch as she whips up some home made ginger ale at the end of the episode! Run time 05:52.
Lie vs. Lay
A video that helps explain how these two words are used and when they change such as in the past tense. A good explanation is given.
Solving Trigonometric Equations
Shows steps by steps how to salve Trig Equations. THe video uses an instructor and close up video of paper with the equations. Run time 10:05.
Clay Alphabet Wigglies
This educational video shows children how to learn the alphabet with
fun! Not only is this educational, but it’s also fun for kids!
Winslow Homer on Prouts Neck
This 6:26 long video goes into detail about Homer's work at Prouts Neck where he lived and painted some of his best work. The video also shows his studio. Several of his most famous works are shown, but the teacher may need to stop the video to explain what they are and how they were done.
Beginnings of Civilization
A slide presentation about the origins of Civilization. There is information about the first cities and a lot of vocabulary related to the topic. (No narration but lots of text and graphics)
Jeff Gold Inaugural Lecture - The Leader's Conundrum or 'You cannot lift yourself up by your own shi
The aim of the lecture will be to do demonstrate the need to challenge continuing traditional images of leaders, often depicted at the apex of things, on top of a hill or at the centre of a complex web of activity. I will argue that those nominated as leaders MUST become aware of what I will call the leader's conundrum and complement their inspiration with 99 x perspiration. To appreciate this call, attendees to the lecture as respectfully asked to do the following just before the lecture: a.
11.946J Beijing Urban Design Studio (MIT)
The Beijing Urban Design Studio is a joint program between the MIT and Tsinghua University Schools of Architecture and Planning. The goal of the studio is to foster international cooperation through the undertaking of a joint urban design and planning initiative in the city of Beijing involving important, often controversial, sites and projects. Since 1995, almost 250 MIT and Tsinghua University students and faculty have participated in this annual studio, making it one of the most suc
The method of research into animals living on the Galapagos
The research process involved in the study of marine iguanas and giant tortoises in the Galapagos.
Fraction Practice Quiz and Answers
This is a practice quiz students can take either in class or out of class. Answers are provided as short videos that explain how to work each problem. Students can therefore work at their own rate on a quiz meant to help prepare them for a unit exam or in-class quiz.
Assessment in Math and Science - What'd I Get?: Scoring Tools
Workshop 2. What'd I Get?: Scoring Tools (90 min.)
'Well-designed performance tasks give teachers the information necessary to evaluate the depth of students' understanding — but how can teachers determine quality work? This workshop demonstrates how teachers can construct assessment tools for benchmarks of student understanding. The role of students in the construction of scoring tools and the process of assessment will be a primary focus. Content Guide: K. Michael Hibbard.'
Weather and Climate Video discussed seasons and where are there changes in seasons. The four seasons are; summer, fall/autumn, winter, spring. The northern and southern hemispheres experience opposite seasons. The seasons are caused by the tilt of the Earth at a 23 and a half degree angle and the orbit around the sun. Different parts of the Earth are closer to the sun at different times of the year. The seasons are measured in Equinoxes (March
Video discussed seasons and where are there changes in seasons. The four seasons are; summer, fall/autumn, winter, spring. The northern and southern hemispheres experience opposite seasons. The seasons are caused by the tilt of the Earth at a 23 and a half degree angle and the orbit around the sun. Different parts of the Earth are closer to the sun at different times of the year. The seasons are measured in Equinoxes (March