How Fast Are You Moving Right Now? - Tucker Hiatt
"How fast are you moving?" seems like an easy question, but it's actually quite complicated -- and perhaps best answered by another question: "Relative to what?" Even when you think you're standing still, the Earth is moving relative to the Sun, which is moving relative to the Milky Way, which is...you get the idea. Tucker Hiatt unravels the concepts of absolute and relative speed. (06:09)

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This free course was written by Ms Candida Clark

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Who Has Seen the Wind?
llustrating the popular poem by CHRISTINA ROSSETTI. Original music by Jim Zartman. Featuring Susan Baba. (1:03)

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Subject Special: Science

In this subject special on science, we focus on a range of podcasts from astronomy to biology, physics to medicine. We feature a few of the podcasts that are listed in the mathematics and science category of our Podcast Directory for Educators. We illustrate some of the wide range of topics that are listed. In
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UPDATE: "Houston, we have a problem!" Moving feeds in Feedburner.
UPDATE: to cut the long story short iTunes /Mac app support basically told me I was 'out of luck'. I did a bit more thinking. My head must have been exceptionally clear today, because I came up with a solution! Now all 'A Spoonful of Russian' media should show up in your podcatcher app. Now I got my podcast tied to the right gmail address, all the dear old subscribers are kept, and iTunes Store reviews/ratings are intact. That reminds me - I can always use a review or two;)
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Penn Alexander, Bringing Coding into the Classroom
A group of students at Penn Alexander are hacking parents’ classic warning that video games turn brains to mush. In a course developed by Yasmin Kafai, a professor of teaching, learning, and leadership at the Graduate School of Education (GSE), a group of 12 sixth to eighth graders are working not only to understand how video games work, but to actually create the games themselves. “The goal of the [coding] program is not to turn everyone into a programmer. It’s the same as teaching stud
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Lower Beginner S2 #21 - Make Sure To Eat Your Japanese Vegetables!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Lately you’ve realized that you don’t eat enough greens, and you’re determined to change that. So while you’re shopping at the Japanese grocery store near your apartment, you load your basket up with vegetables until it’s so heavy you can barely carry it. Maybe you’re going overboard! In this Lower Beginner lesson, [...]
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Swing Time - Rogers and Astaire
In this Swing Time clip you see the first true dance number with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers paired together. this film was made in 1936 and was a musical comedy set mainly in New York.  It was considered by many to be the best dance musical that they did.
 In this Swing Time clip, Lucky, Astaire, saves Penny's, Rogers, job by showing how much she has taught him.

The first true dance number with th

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Chef Angus Campbell | 100th Dishes: 1964
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1.2.4 Surgical methods of contraception

Surgical methods are by and large the most drastic and irreversible ones, ranging from castration to relatively untraumatic tube-tying. Because of the psychological and physiological side-effects, surgical removal of the testes or ovaries is not generally carried out for contraceptive reasons alone, although these operations may be carried out for other reasons, such as the presence of malignant tumours. Any kind of surgical sterilization can be physiologically traumatic for a woman, as it in
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The Canadian Goose
This video describes how to identify a Canadian Goose as well as the characteristics of the bird including location, migration, wingspan, and lifespan. Run time 01:18.

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1.2.1 Positive and negative meanings

Many people spend a lot of time at home, they invest part of themselves within it, both materially and emotionally. So what does it mean?

Activity 1: What does home mean?

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Arthur's Lost and Found Read-Aloud (Narrated by Kevin Bacon)
This read-aloud is Arthur's Lost and Found written and illustrated by Marc Brown. In this episode, Arthur and Buster get lost when they take their first bus ride downtown to go swimming. But during the ride they are so busy talking, reading, and sleeping that they miss their stop. Then they spend all their money on a snack and need to put their heads together to find a way home. The narrator is Kevin Bacon and words appear at bottom of s
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Sharkey's Day: A Performance Art Piece
Laurie Anderson, perhaps one of the most well known performance artists presents "Sharkey's Day" from her performance piece "Home of the Brave" Using music, unusual instruments, large than life background video, performance, technology, spoken word, this piece is a great example of Anderson's work.
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Weather & Meteorology : What Causes Hail?
Hail is formed in large thunderstorms when the clouds are high enough in the sky for the water within them to freeze. Find out how hail is able to grow to the size of a golf ball or softball with help from a meteorologist.  Video is short and good quality and is appropriate for elementary level students of grades three through five.
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Gretchen am Spinnrade
This is a video of sheet music (including lyrics) of Schubert's Gretchen am Spinnrade; includes vocals and piano accompaniment.  This would be useful for singers learning this piece. Run time 03:55.
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Exploring History: Medieval to Modern 1400 - 1900
Ever wanted to understand the key themes driving over five hundred years of European history? In this album, architecture reveals the social, religious and economic fortunes of some of the most influential people between 1400 and 1900. By the end of the 19th century Queen Victoria presided over the vast British Empire. She looked out from London, the heart of her empire, with its buildings echoing Imperial Rome. Brussels’ architecture, like London’s, was also designed to show the world the p
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