Literary Festival 2011 - Storylines and Songscapes: Celebrating Tagore's short stories
Editor's note: For copyright reasons parts of this event are not included in the audio podcast. | Celebrating Rabindranath Tagore's 150th anniversary, this production marks his seminal contribution to Indian fiction with his short stories. The presentation includes a reading of four short stories in English translations, live music and dance, and film clips. This project celebrates the art of storytelling and live reading, the beauty of Tagore’s little gems. The readings are punctuated with ap
Human Security and EU Foreign Policy: Concepts, Impact, Implications
This event will reflect on the work of the Human Security Study Group at LSE since 2004 and its impact in the development of European foreign and security policy. Mary Kaldor is professor of global governance at the Department of International Development and co-director of LSE Global Governance, London School of Economics & Political Science. Javier Solana is senior visiting professor at LSE Global Governance and former secretary general of NATO, European Union high representative for common fo
3.1.2 (B) Observation and measurement
Providing an overview of current issues in UK science education, this unit examines what type of science the curriculum should cover and for what purpose. The unit will introduce you to practical problems in the delivery of an effective science curriculum, and particular questions at all three educational tiers - primary, secondary and tertiary - will be touched on.
The relationship between risk perception and communication
Executive Doctorate (DBA) student Hugo Marynissen discusses his research with Toby Thompson. Profile: http://linkd.in/i94Awk
Better Business Decision-Making...
Better Business Decision-Making through Simulated Business Management Software: Dr. Wilfred Huang is using SAP Enterprise Resource Planning simulation software to teach his students how to make better business management decisions.
Japanese Earthquake Teaching Resources What is it? Following today's weeks disastrous events in Japan, Earthquakes may have been a topic of discussion in your classroom either in terms of humanitarian relief or actually enquiring about
What is it? Following today's weeks disastrous events in Japan, Earthquakes may have been a topic of discussion in your classroom either in terms of humanitarian relief or actually enquiring about
5.2 Human rights in the international arena The UN's 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights asserted that the ‘recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world’. It further affirmed that human rights should be protected by the rule of law, that they were ‘essential to promote the development of friendly relations between nations’, that these fundamental human rights include the equal rights be
The UN's 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights asserted that the ‘recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world’. It further affirmed that human rights should be protected by the rule of law, that they were ‘essential to promote the development of friendly relations between nations’, that these fundamental human rights include the equal rights be
Adapting Challenges for Students With Disabilities
This video features an interview with a teacher describing ways to modify PE Central Challenge to meet the needs of students with disabilities. Modifications for balance shuffle and paddle up are described. ( 1:07)
Buying Low, Flying High: carbon offsets and partial compliance
Many airlines allow their customers to 'offset' the emissions caused by flying. Is it permissible to fly purely for pleasure as long as we buy carbon offsets? Kai Spiekermann is lecturer in political philosophy at LSE's Department of Government.
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Panel 4: World-Making and Reading the World Within the Game
Teri Silvio, "Performance and Animation, Self-making and World-Making" Michael Craig, "Problems of JRPG Criticism and the Question of Close 'Reading'" Moderator: Alenda Chang, UC Berkeley
A Perfect Copy
By 1820, the original Declaration was showing signs of wear. John Quincy Adams commissioned a now-famous facsimile. Librarian Doug Mayo describes Colonial Williamsburg's copy.Author(s):
Music for Christmas
The Governor’s Musick is Colonial Williamsburg’s resident 18th-century musical ensemble. Jane Hanson, Herb Watson, Jenny Edenborn and Wayne Moss perform.
Preventiemedewerker : Educatieve veiligheidsfilmpjes Tal van filmpjes die met veiligheid in het dagelijks leven te maken hebben: gebruik chemische stoffen, ergonomisch werken, werken met een heftruck, blusoefeningen en nog veel meer. De meeste filmpjes hebben een humoristische …
Tal van filmpjes die met veiligheid in het dagelijks leven te maken hebben: gebruik chemische stoffen, ergonomisch werken, werken met een heftruck, blusoefeningen en nog veel meer. De meeste filmpjes hebben een humoristische …
Diversity on the World Stage
Moderator Bishwapriya Sanyal opens the panel with some reflections on history. He identifies periods when nations acknowledge similarities among different peoples, and equality and democracy seem on the rise, and times when only tribal divisions appear to matter and the clash of civilizations seems inevitable. Conscious of this wax
Educational Plan Tutorial
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Educational Plan Tutorial This demonstration shows you how to review your remaining graduation requirements by accessing the Educational Plan in MySPC. About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public colle
South Asia Seminar Series: Policing, governance, security and India's rise to power
In India, internal security and poor governance are closely linked. Policing is still conducted according to the repressive colonial model and the 1861 Police Act has not been significantly reformed. Policing is also increasingly constrained in its effectiveness by poor governance and corruption, including amongst the political class and especially at state level. In terms of internal security, India's 1.5 million police are currently 'part of the problem' rather than 'part of the solution'. Sin
Launch of the National Security College by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd
Australia's first National Security College will begin activities in May after its official launch by the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd at The Australian National University today. In a major address on national security this afternoon, the Prime Minister said the National Security College at ANU will enhance collaborative leadership in the national security community and build trusted networks within and outside government.
Voicing Your Views: Letter to the Editor
Students will explore the editorial section of the newspaper and understand what it is.