Paint by the Numbers
In this pencil and paper activity, learners work in pairs and simulate how astronomical spacecraft and computers create images of objects in space. Learners will discover the process of how light collected from a space object converts into binary data and reconverts into an image of the object. This lesson guide includes background information, tips, extensions, and blackline masters.
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Otis Modern Art 06: Impressionism Pt 2: Complications with Painting the Modern World
Dr. Parme Giuntini, Director of Art History at Otis College of Art and Design, presents this series on Modern Art. She will discuss the movements and ideas that changed our perspectives on art and art making. She will begin with Realism in France, around 1850, and finish with Abstract Expressionism in New York City in the mid-20th Century. This is the second half of the lecture on Impressionism. In this discussion, Dr. Giuntini discusses what post modern, mid 20th scholars are saying. They
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Assistive technologies and online learning
In this free course, Assistive technologies and online learning, you will explore some of the technology that disabled students use when accessing computers. We will take a look at the tools and techniques that make it possible for disabled students to engage with online learning. First published on Wed, 29 Jun 2016 as Author(s): Creator not set

How Many Fingers Do You Have? Â Counting to 10
A simple song and finger play to help practice numbers 1 - 10. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review number recognition in the early childhood classroom. (00:51)
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The Concept Of Volume
This video lesson investigates the concept of volume as the amount of space that an object takes up. The host shows how various substances have the same volume even though they have different
masses. One activity shows water displacement. It explains a unit cube as a standard unit for measuring volume and demonstrates how to determine the volume of an object by finding out how many unit cubes it contains. (14:01)

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Find the volume of a rectangular prism using unit cubes
This video lesson shows how to find the volume of a prism by packing it with unit cubes. At the end of the lesson, the instructor verifies that the packing method produces the same volume as the volume formula method. (2:19)
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Eldridge & Co., Interview, 2011
Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel Part of the Diamonstein-Spielvogel Video Archive in the Duke University Libraries: http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/dsva/ Host Ronnie Eldridge interviews Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel for City University Television (CUNY TV).
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Journalist Austin Merrill: Ivory Coast War, Peace and Cocoa
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/ivory-coast-civil-war-crimes-elections-conflict-militias-cocoa-farmers-alassane-ouattara-laurent-gbagbo Writer Austin Merrill describes his history with Ivory Coast, why he chose to return, and some of the unfortunate surprises he found as he reported on the country's tentative post-war status. While their intention was to document steps toward justice and reconciliation, Merrill and photographer Peter DiCampo saw more signs of bitter rivalry, woun
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News #104 - Choose Your Own Way to Learn Spanish, Choose Your Own Spooky Savings
Itâ€™s no big secret â€“ everyone has their own way of studying and learning Spanish. Some are visual learners, some are auditory and others combine several ways. Do you just listen to lessons? Review with lesson notes? Or do you write down words and phrases and say them out loud until theyâ€™re natural? Tune in to [...]
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Moon and Stars
In this craft activity, learners create a string of cut-out moons and stars. This activity is phrased to encourage a parent and child to look at the Moon every night, and make simple illustrations of what they see, but can be adapted for various groups of learners. When learners have three or four different shapes drawn, they can cut out as many as desired and create a pattern, string them together, and hang them in a special place. Learners create simple patterns at first (A, B, A, B) and move
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Hans Rosling | Pickard Memorial Lecture
October 25, 2012 Sponsored by Harvard Statistics Department, Harvard School of Public Health Biostatistics Department, and The Harvard Foundation
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Tiro en agarre en paralelo con la mano izquierda - clip corto en espaÃ±ol
Es un tipo de tiro que permite estabilizar la pelota. (.27)
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Tiro en agarre con la mano derecha - en espaÃ±ol
Debes extender a tope los dedos, al límite, y dejar un hueco para que la palma no toque el balón. (1:13)
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Energy Diagrams
Energy diagrams are an important concept to master when learning about kinetics. They will show up on tests like the AP exam for sure. The teacher in this video draws some energy diagrams and talks about the changes a catalyst can cause (03:49).
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Global Environment Speaker Series: Climate and the Fate of Ancient Maya Kingdoms
"Synoptic View of Past Climates in the Yucatan Peninsula: Climate and the Fate of Ancient Maya Kingdoms" Presented by Dr. Martin Medina Centro de Investigacion Cientifica de Yucatan, UCIA, Mexico
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Think CSUN: Family Values and Marriage Equality
Will the traditional family be "destroyed" by working mothers and gay marriage, as some critics claim? In this installment of "Think CSUN," Elizabeth Say, Dean of the College of Humanities at California State University, Northridge, discusses the historical development of family values and the recent political battles over marriage equality. "Think CSUN" is a video series produced by University Advancement, featuring California State University, Northridge faculty experts. These thought leader
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New Faculty Orientation
Lauren Elliott walks you through the basic steps for getting started after you're hired at GRCC.
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