Animated Lesson to learn all about Water Cycle
This is an interactive lesson to teach kids all about the Water Cycle.  This includes good information about the water cycle, but the audio it completely automated making it sound a little funny and robotic.  It can be easily paused for discussion and the words appear at the bottom of the screen. (00:53)
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2D and 3D Presents at Pedro's Party (Interactive)
Students will learn that a certain group of objects can be organized in 2-D or 3-D groupings. Then the correct terminology of the properties of those objects will be introduced. Students have to label objects, group objects and organize a group of objects according to property categories.
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Plant and Animal Habitats: ( An Interactive Game)
In this interactive game, students use facts on " plant and animal aliens" to place them into their correct habitats.  ( This link is for an interactive game and may take a few minutes to load.)
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Addends with Spiffy (Interactive)
The variable is the concept that enables arithmetic to be generalized. Algebra is a set of rules for manipulating symbols, and a way of thinking. Algebra concepts have been brought to primary classrooms since the new national standards have called for algebraic experiences to start early.  This interactive involves addends.
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Branding Circles (Interactive)
Identify two-dimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments (e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.)
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Somalian Refugees Flee Fighting, Famine in Ethiopian Camps
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/ethiopia-famine-somali-refugees-drought-al-shabab Somalian refugees flee famine and fighting as the civil war continues against the government and al-Qaeda allies Al-Shabab. Kenyan troops increased involvement in the Somali conflict have virtually blocked off all escape routes from Somalia into neighboring Kenya. As a result, Somalis have fled to Ethiopian refugee camps. Pulitzer Center Grantee Fred de Sam Lazaro discusses the reality of these over
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Science Bulletins: The Moon's Fragile Oasis
A NASA lunar probe reveals that the Moon stores more ice at its poles than previously thought.
Author(s): AMNHorg

Science Bulletins: Super- Star of the Universe
A local star is the most massive ever detected.
Author(s): AMNHorg

Science Bulletins: In Hot Pursuit of Asteroids
Asteroids, the rocky remnants left over from the formation of planets in the Solar System, offer scientists a window into the dynamics of this early period. Scientists from around the world are currently exploring asteroids with a small fleet of unmanned spacecraft designed to collect images, samples, and other data.
Author(s): AMNHorg

Science Bulletins: Graphite Found in Moon Rocks
Scientists have discovered the first evidence of the mineral graphite on the Moon, detected in a rock collected in 1972 by astronauts on Apollo 17, the last manned mission to the Moon.
Author(s): AMNHorg

Science Bulletins: Cosmic Collisions Fuel Black Holes
Swift is a NASA satellite designed to spot gamma-ray bursts, the most powerful explosions in the Universe. They are named for the extremely energetic gamma rays they emit. Swift can also detect high-energy, or "hard" X-rays, which have nearly the energy of gamma rays. Swift's ongoing survey of hard X-rays in space is revealing details about what kinds of dynamic cosmic activity can release such high-energy wavelengths of light.
Author(s): AMNHorg

Science Bulletins: Star Bolts from Crowded Nebula
No star-forming region in our local Universe is as vigorous as 30 Doradus, also called the Tarantula Nebula. Now astronomers have used NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and ESO's 2.2-meter telescope at La Silla, Chile, to spot an outlier-a star destined to exit the nebula because of gravitational interactions among its throng of massive stars. This is the first direct observation of a stellar runaway in a dense, massive cluster.
Author(s): AMNHorg

Science Bulletins: New Evidence of Water on Asteroids
For the first time, researchers have detected water on an asteroid. Two research teams independently determined that the 24 Themis asteroid, which orbits between Mars and Jupiter, is completely covered in a thin layer of frost. The discovery indicates that comets and asteroids may be more similar than previously thought. Comets are traditionally defined as small lumps of rock and ice that form vapor tails when they venture close to the Sun. Asteroids are usually characterized as large dry rocks.
Author(s): AMNHorg

Science Bulletins: New Solar Satellite Delivers First Images
The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) has been hailed as the "Hubble Space Telescope for heliophysics"â€”a state-of-the-art spacecraft that will observe our nearest star with unprecedented detail. Its first images reveal two solar events that burst into view just after SDO's telescope array, called the Atmospheric Image Assembly (AIA), readied for operations on March 30, 2010. In this Science Bulletins snapshot, watch a prominence and a solar flare like you've never seen them before, and learn ho
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American Express Leadership Academy at Thunderbird: Participants
Participants in the 2012 American Express Leadership Academy at Thunderbird School of Global Management talk about their organizations and the week of training they received.
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RAF Metfield - USAAF Station 366
A photographic record of the buildings remaining at RAF Metfield
Author(s): Evelyn Simak

SMU Economist Mike Davis on Health Care Ruling
Professor Mike Davis, an economist at SMU who specializes in the intersection of government and business, talks about the Supreme Court ruling upholding the Obama administration's sweeping health care law.
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Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center Groundbreaking
The University of Toledo will break ground on its new \$36 million Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center today, June 18, as it announces a dramatic scaling up of prior plans that now will embed simulation technologies beyond medical and health education and ultimately include interdisciplinary educational collaboration spanning the arts, the humanities, the natural sciences and engineering.
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Slide 8: The brachial arches, pouches and clefts
Development of Oro-facial Structures and it's Clinical Correlations. Slide 8: The brachial arches, pouches and clefts. KNUST OER 2012. CC:BY-NC This video is included in a set of presentation videos on the Development of Oro-facial Structures and its Clinical Correlations. The videos describe and illustrate the pre-embryonic period of human development, which are weeks 1-3, the development of brachial arches, the face and palate, the types of facial clefts with illustrations and the development
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