Starting with Screencasts
A short presentation which introduces screencasting recording the actions and movements performed on a computer screen. Screencasts can be used to demonstrate how to use a particular piece of software website or to demonstrate a concept using the computer screen much like a classroom blackboard The recorded videos can then be shared on the web so that anyone can access your lesson The presentation offers tips for starting with screencasts some examples of excellent screencasts available on the w
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Una insolacion o golpe de calor
Una insolacion o golpe de calor.
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How to Juggle
A tidy series of short videos that are easy to understand starting with one ball and ending with how to juggle three balls. The trouble shooting video is especially good for students.

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T4 Tips Podcast #1 - Introduction
T4 Tips Podcast #1 – January 2, 2006 Show Notes Welcome to the T4 Tips podcast. The T4 team is currently comprised of 4 members, Margo Shirley, Kelly Dumont, Bonnie Muir, and Darren Draper. We will be bringing you a weekly podcast full of tips for integrating technology into the classroom. For this first episode, we think we need to answer a few questions. What is a podcast? In general a podcast is nothing more than an audio (or video) file that has been put online. Generally it
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T4 Tips Podcast #2 - Internet Explorer 7 (Windows)
Show NotesIn this episode, Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 is discussed. While Microsoft provides an excellent tour of the browser (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.mspx?mg_id=10010), we focus on how the browser's new features can help you to become a better teacher.Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/) - This page was briefly discussed in the show and is great for finding images.MP3 Version (http://t4.jordandistrict.org/t4/images/Podcasts-AdditionalFiles/T4TW_02_1_9_07.mp
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T4 Tips Podcast #3 - Subscribing to Podcasts Via iTunes
This weeks show is about subscribing to podcasts via iTunes. iTunes is available for both Windows and Macintosh. For more tips on subscribing visit the Apple iTunes page and view the multimedia tutorial (http://www.apple.com/ilife/tutorials/itunes/it5-1.html) on subscribing to podcasts.It is important to know and remember that you don't have to have an iPod or any MP3 player to listen to podcasts. You can listen on your computer, or even burn them to a CD and play in your car or other C
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T4 Tips Podcast #5 - Mac OS X Tips Archive
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T4 Tips Podcast #10 - Gmail & GoogleDocs (Mac/PC)
In today's show get yet another email account (http://mail.google.com), You will need it to explore and use Google Docs and Spreadsheets (http://docs.google.com) . Think of the collaborative possibilities for students and teachers as you use these free tools.
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Egypt's Golden Empire : The Warrior Pharaohs 8/8
A quote from the movie: "For over 3,000 years a story has lain hidden beneath the sands of Egypt. A story we are only now beginning to reclaim. It is a story of a time we call The New Kingdom. It left us the greatest treasures of the ancient world: an extraordinary legacy in papyrus, stone and gold. But behind these treasures lies an epic tale of real people: people like Rameses, Tutankhamen the Boy King, and one of the most beautiful and powerful women of the ancient world, Queen Nefertiti." Su
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On the process of creativity in puzzles, inventions, and designs
The most common means of identifying creativity has been through its products. In architecture, music, writing, art, even puzzle solving and scientific discovery, the prerequisite for considering creativity has been the presence of a creative product. Alternatively, anecdotal descriptions have been used to identify processes that are considered creative. Many scientific discoveries have been linked to a sudden realization or unexplainable revelation punctuated with the AHA! response. Outside of
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Get in the Car Doggy!
The dog trainer, Cesar uses a unique strategy to help Olive (the doggy)overcome her fear of the car - and lead a normal life. The trainer takes small steps to teach the dog with positive and negative reinforcement. This short, professional video is from a series aired by National Geographic on dog behaviors. Run time 03:41.
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SAT Tips Tricks and Strategies

Video link (see supported sites below). Please use the original link, not the shortcut, e.g. www.youtube.com/watch?v=abcde

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Culturas Fronterizas: Border Zones and Hybrid Identities
Presentation by Dr. Enrique Lamadrid at a symposium held February 12, 2011
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Balancing situativity and formality: the importance of relating a formal language to interactive gra
A situated cognition theory is presented in which situated learning is viewed from a Vygotskian perspective: the developmental situativity theory. It is assumed that learning is basically a non-symbolic inductive process that is greatly enhanced by formal systems which act as tools. Instruction should provide students with an environment containing elements to allow for situated activity as well as with appropriate formal tools. Tarski's World, which is an instructional Interactive Graphical Rep
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Very Glad Christmas
The card is fan shaped and decorated with branches of white roses. The design extends slightly beyond the edge of the card.,On the back of the card is written: Grandma from Arvin
There is some damage to the bottom left portion of the card.

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De Soto Falls, Lookout Mountain, Mentone, Alabama
This image is a black and white photograph of De Soto Falls on Lookout Mountain in Mentone, Ala. Handwritten message (on back) addressed to Mrs. Margaret Brozell, Montgomery, Ala., postmarked July 28, 1945.
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How sediment flows in an underwater river
Full story here: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22129570.700 They gush along the ocean floor and can wipe out the internet. Need another reason to understand the planet's underwater rivers?
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Edmund C. Boynton in backyard
Edmund Boynton stands in the backyard of the family home in Los Angeles. He is wearing a suit jacket and bow tie and has one arm behind his back. The photograph is taken from a low angle, looking up at the subject.
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Pearsons check
A check written to George A. Gates and Pomona College from D. K. Pearsons for $50,000. This gift was given for Pomona College's endowment.
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