Spiny Seahorse--An Overview
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a Spiny Seahorse. Students will enjoy seeing this fascinating creature in its natural environment. Named after the spines that project from the corners of the bony plates covering the body, the spiny seahorse (Hippocampus histrix) is, like all seahorses, an intriguing and peculiar-looking fish. As well as its spiny appearance, this seahorse can be distinguished by its very long snout, which is sparsely patterned with white bars
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Film and Faith
Writer and director Randall Wallace, a 1971 Duke graduate, says making movies requires faith. Learn more at http://divinity.duke.edu/initiatives-centers/dita.
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Music Personality Test
This site is a personality test based on music preferences.
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The Human Rights Key

The aim of this teaching resource is to share a visual tool for integrating and linking human rights education with health.

The innovative Human Rights Key has served as a valuable infographic to guide students to connect their classroom learning with the reality of local, regional and international health and human rights issues. The framework enables students in the health professions to recognize relationships and connections between human rights, their own personal realities, lega
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The Bottom Line - Feast, Famine and the Future of Food
A Cooperative Extension Specialist and faculty member at the University of California at Berkley, Lemaux's outreach and educational programming increases public understanding of agricultural practices, food production and the impact of new technologies on food and agriculture. Her research focuses on the development and use of genetic engineering and genomic strategies for cereals, wheat, sorghum, barley, rice, maize and certain grass species. Peggy gives the Bottom Line of her Food for Thought
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Equivalent Fractions
Students learn that two fractions are equivalent if the fractions are the same when they are written in lowest terms. For example, 4/7 and 8/14 are equivalent fractions, because they are both equal to 4/7 when written in lowest terms. Students also learn to find fractions that are equivalent to a given fraction by multiplying the numerator and denominator of the given fraction by the same number. For example, to find fractions that are equivalent to 1/8, multiply the numerator and denominator by
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Episode 70 - Windows Azure Demos with Steve Marx

Join Wade and Steve each week as they cover the Windows Azure platform. You can follow and interact with the show at @CloudCoverShow.

In this episode, we
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Gravity Domination - the effects Relativity Theory ad Quantum Theory on Time Travel
If we could distinguish the role gravity plays in the quantum realm, it
could answer the question of whether or not it's possible to travel
through time. This video describes how relativity theory, quantum theory, and gravity might effect time travel.(2:05)

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Chicago, Illinois
Travel with Wilson and Ditch to the Windy City - Chicago! Viewers learn about the home of the L train, Wrigley Field, and deep dish pizza! The GoBros give viewers an inside look at Gino's East, where deep dish pizza was first made in 1943. (4:41)
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Teacher Contract Non-Renewal: Midwest Principals
National Council of Professors of Educational Administration
This quantitative study investigated reasons that school principals recommend non-renewal of probationary teachers’ contracts. Principals in four Midwestern states (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, & […]
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Balance Sheet and Income Statement Relationship
Balance Sheet and Income Statement Relationship (03:40). There is a lot of information on the screen, so the viewer may wish the video to 'full screen.'
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Bill Richmond, Tom Molineaux Black Boxers in london 1810
Bill Richmond was a black man who ran his own business in 1800's London. A champion boxer he took on white boxer Tom Cribb, who was younger and heavier in a national title fight in 1805. He lost the fight but used his earnings to set up a pub and boxing academy where he trained the likes of Lord Byron. In 1810 he met African-American Tom Molineaux, who was a plantation boxer from the the Southern USA. Tom was younger and bigger and Bill trained him to take on Tom Cribb in another title fight in
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Summary  Review of Five Phonics Best Practice Lessons
In this video, the speaker, Elliott, shares five phonics best practice lessons based on an article from International Reading Association. The The lesson ideas include the following: Win at Wordo, Share with Word Sorts, Move It, Make It, Build, Mix, Fix, and Let's Play the Name Game. This is a great resource to help teachers learn and implement new phonics strategies into the elementary classroom. (5:07)
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News #87 - Fall Crazy in Love with SpanishPod101.com!
There’s one huge reason why people learn Spanish or any other languages. They will drop everything and fly across the world for it. It’s what brings people together and makes the world a better place. With Valentine’s just a few days away, we too have been reminded why we teach languages to smart users like [...]
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Prehistoric Astronomy: How the Ancients Looked at the Heavens (2/4)
Join award winning teacher Jonathan Bergmann as he interactively teaches Astronomy: Prehistoric Astronomy: How the Ancients Looked at the Heavens.  Ancient people believed that the sky rotated around the earth.  Animations shows how as time passes, the stars appear to move, which is called Diurnal Motion.  Other key concepts explained in this video are the Ecliptic, The Ecliptic and the Celestial Equator, Solstice, and Equinox.  ( 10:53)
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Freedom of Speech on Campus [Audio]
Speaker(s): Nicola Dandridge, Professor Sue Mendus | When does freedom of speech threaten the cohesion of a university as a learning community? Should there be any limits on what can be said in a university? Nicola Dandridge is chief executive of Universities UK. Sue Mendus is professor of political philosophy at the University of York. This event is jointly organised with the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method and the LSE Chaplaincy.
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Angela Strider, Residence Life and Services - Academic Spotlight
Residence life and services oversees seven residence halls on the Missouri State campus. Not only does res life provide housing and meals for its residents, it also provides leadership and service opportunities for its residents. Angela Strider, coordinator of leadership development and programming, was recently awarded the Cindy Fendrick Award for Professional Service by the Midwest Affiliate of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls. Angela works with students to
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Promising Practice in Online Education: Tips for Encouraging Student-Faculty Contact
Tips for Encouraging Student-Faculty contact in online courses.
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Course 3: Assessment Practices
In this course, you'll explore your own cultural competence in the classroom; apply multiculturalism to problem-solving; receive training on service learning; and discuss how to create and sustain connections with classrooms around the world.
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