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Innovation: Fostering Failure, Celebrating Creativity
3M's Jeff Lavers and St. Thomas' Laura Dunham discuss the ways to foster creativity and achieve true innovation in the fourth of the Intersections discussion series on April 26, 2012, at the University of St. Thomas Minneapolis campus.
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Curso cero de Anatomía
Esta asignatura está diseñada para que el alumno que ha finalizado sus estudios de bachiller y quiera realizar los estudios del Grado de Medicina complete o recuerde los conocimientos que le permitan acceder a la insignatura de anatomia.
Author(s): Juan de Dios Escolar Castellón

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Celebrity Readers Theresa Johnson
College of Southern Maryland Senior Executive Director of Marketing and National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) "Communicator of the Year" Theresa Johnson visited the St. Charles Children's Learning Center on the La Plata Campus as a "Celebrity Reader" on Feb. 13. To celebrate Valentine's Day, Johnson read the children's book "Love Bugs" by David A. Carter. Theresa Johnson gave the children Hershey Kisses and candy marshmallows and in return received smiles and hugs. Celebrat
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Walk along the Itchen Way
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Author(s): Bill Nicholls

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2.2 Going up: using scientific notation for large numbers

Think again about the value for the total volume of water stored on Earth: 1460 000 000 km3.

When dealing with large numbers such as one thousand four hundred and sixty million (1460 000 000), it is tedious to write the number in words or to keep writing all of those zeros. Worse still, it is very easy to lose some of the zeros or add extra ones by mistake. Fortunately, large numbers can be referred to without having to write out all of the zeros. The powers of ten not
Author(s): The Open University

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Ellis Island (pt. 1)

Video tells the story of coming to America. Video contains pictures and some video with narration of people who immigrated here telling their story. This is the immigration that occurred in the 19th century and early 20th century.  Video is of good quality with a lot of information.  Video is appropriate for children in middle elementary and middle school.


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Fossil WebQuest

This webquest was designed for second grade students to meet California Earth Science content standards, language arts/writing standards, and technology standards.  Students learn how fossils are created, as well as how paleontologists use fossils to learn about the past.  Students work in pairs to read and explore various websites, reading and taking notes of details to use to create an informational poster.


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Wegeninformatie: in het Frans de verkeersinformatie
Als bestuurder van een voertuig kun je uitverkeersberichten informatie selecteren die nuttig voor jou is.
Author(s): Vlaams Ministerie Van Onderwijs En Vorming

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Ancient Warriors - The Spartans 2/3
This segment starts with the importance of the shield in the Spartan army. This documentary video is a history of Spartan soldiers and is suitable for high school students.
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Step-By-Step Solutions for Algebra
Excellent video from Jimmy Chang, who has a master's degree in math and has been a math teacher at St. Pete College for more than eight years.  Mr. Chang explains step by step how to solve problems in Algebra explaining the importance of showing all steps involved.
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Finding Slope Given 2 Points
The instructor uses the electronic chalkboard to demonstrate how to determine the slope of a line when given two points that are on that line.  Using the graph is modeled first followed by a step by step approach using the formula for slope. 

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Explaining the Piano to Children
Expert Village video.  This is the third lesson.  This lesson is taught by Hope Wells.  How to teach kids high and low keys on the piano, including tips for making it fun.   Good quality video.  Video would be good for any age student who is learning to play the piano. (02:42)
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The Large Intestine
This short video shows the stage in digestion where the large intestine works. It explains that during digestion water is reabsorbed into the large intestine.
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One-Sided Limits
This video explains one-sided limits. A limit is the value that a function approaches as the input of that function approaches a certain value. In Calculus, sometimes functions behave differently depending on what side of the function that they are on. By definition, a one-sided limit is the behavior on only one side of the value where the function is undefined. (3:02)
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Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the May 21st 2016 edition
This week: A kerfuffle over Cypriot cheese, why demand for beef in France is getting rarer and Britons lose their taste for a tipple
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The Middle East Challenge in 2013
After the Arab Spring of 2011, is the Middle East now facing the winter of discontent? Many Arab nations are tasked with rebuilding infrastructure, revitalising industry and finding jobs for the growing mass of unemployed.
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Lesson #026, Monday

camera = bedroom

mensa = cafeteria

libreria = bookstore

bagno = bathroom

a = to, at

si' = yes

no = no

dove = where

dov'e' = where is

quando = when

adesso = now

cibo = food

ma = but

grazie = thank you

prego = you're welcome

forse = maybe, perhaps

pronto = ready, but it's also what you say when you answer the telephone instead of saying 'hello.'

 


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Bill Nye The Science Guy on The Atmosphere
In this brief clip, Bill Nye explains the layers of the atmosphere.  (01:36)
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PUNK: Chaos to Couture
PUNK: Chaos to Couture

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