Brief Overview of the Red Fox
This short video clip shows many close-ups of the red fox, and her babies. There is no narration, but the professionally-made video footage and sounds from nature help to bring the red fox into the classroom for your students to observe.  This would be a nice compliment to the poem Over in the Meadow, where the red fox mother tells her baby cubs to "run."
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Solving Proportions
In this video, a teacher demonstrates solving proportiona using vertical and horizontal relationships and cross-products.  The problems are worked on a white board as the teacher explains each step.  ( 2:33)
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Circumference by Math Busters
This video explains finding circumference by using radius.  A "real-life" example of finding circumfernce of a traffic circle is shown with video and explained.  ( 2:42)
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Multiplying 2-Digit Numbers Mentally
In this student-created video, a tip for multiplying numbers 11-19 mentally is demonstrated. A student explains the tip on a white board using the example, 15 x 13. (01:14)
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Beetlejuice - Beauty & The Beetle PART 2
Examines the use of irony and personification.
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Calculating a 15% Tip Using a Proportion
In this video, a teacher explains percentages and proportion using a "real-life" example of calculating a tip on a restaurant bill.  The teacher demonstrates calculating 15% of 30 using a proportion.  ( 2:33)
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Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
This slide show set to music shows a mixed number being converted to an improper fraction.  The directions appear in print.  ( 1:05)
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Alphabet Road--"F" Is For Farm--"My Farm Story"
My Farm Story: Children, get to answer questions about where milk comes from in their own words. There is so much to see and learn that their answers often change. A variety of questions are asked about farm life throughout video. Teachers can use this as a time to answer questions in group setting. This is a good resource for the early childhood classroom to use in conjunction with a lesson/unit on farms and after reading non-fiction texts on this topic. (4:09)
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Learning about Things that Float - with Curious George
The children use "a box of junk" to create different boats.Â  One boat is made from straws, another from paper towel rolls, and the third from a pie pan.Â  The children take their boats to a small pool to find out if they float.Â  Some work and some do not.Â  The children discuss why they did or didn't work.
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Virtual Maths Data Handling - Light Meter tool
Light Meter simulation tool
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Cancer Research UK - Shops
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mercredi 6 juillet 2011
â€¢ AnnÃ©e mondiale de la Chimie Jean-Marie LEHN (UniversitÃ© de Strasbourg) Prix Nobel de Chimie

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Intervenant(s)Â : Nadine PETITPAIN (Service de Pharmacologie, hÃ´pital central â€“ CHU de Nancy) et Pierre GILLET (Professeur â€“ Service de Pharmacologie, HÃ´pital Central - CHU de Nancy)
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Identification and mobility Control: Police sciences, technology, and international cooperation in W
Dr. Ilsen About takes us through the fascinating development of technology used by police in the early 1900's to allow for the identification of criminals internationally, known as 'distant identification'. This development began before the establishment Interpol's forerunner. The attempt to develop an international language and index to identify criminals that were moving across borders saw several ups and downs. Migration scholars and NGOs have often sought to disassociate popular association

The state of Hawai'i plans to obtain 40% of its electricity from renewable energy by 2030. Balancing intermittent wind with fossil fuel plants can be expensive, slowing adoption. A social and technical infrastructure for temporary reductions in load (demand response) enables 4% greater wind harvesting at 10% less operating cost. This webinar will focus on an investigation that applied a stochastic unit commitment optimization to account for unce
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Winning the Clean Energy Race
Dr. Steven Chu, US Secretary of Energy
Wednesday November 30, 2011

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On November 30, 2011, over 50 professors and students from RISD, MIT, and Harvard met to hear about Dr. Annette Kimâ€™s latest research project and to discuss how to bring about greater synergies between the visual design and social science research ends of urban planning. SLAB: sidewalk laboratory is her research project that employs critical cartography to unveil greater knowledge about this important public space and to propose changes in plann
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