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STS-133: Rendezvous Pitch Maneuver
At 1:15 p.m. EST Saturday, space shuttle Discovery began the nine-minute Rendezvous Pitch Maneuver, or "backflip." With Commander Steve Lindsey at the helm, Discovery rotated 360 degrees backward to enable space station astronauts to take high resolution pictures of the shuttle's heat shield. Lindsey then flew the shuttle through a quarter circle to a position about 310 feet directly in front of the station, allowing the station to catch up with it for docking at 2:16 p.m.
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Phyllis Green and the Spinning Heads
The current exhibit at Otis Ben Maltz Gallery, "Splendid Entities: 25 Years of Objects by Phyllis Green" is the first large-scale survey to present the innovative sculptures of Los Angeles based artist Phyllis Green, highlighting the important contribution Green has made to art and craft for more than two decades. This video concentrates on one group of art pieces "The Hairdo Series"
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Provisional acquisition as 'true acquisition', Kant's argument against colonialism
Fourth presentation from the Kant and Colonialism conference held in University of Oxford in October 2010. In association with the Oxford University Department of Politics and International Relations, The Centre for The Study of Social Justice (CSSJ), The London School of economics and Political Science and Nuffield College.
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5.4 Inclusion and exclusion

Contemporary Europe is, like that of earlier times, divided on several counts and reflects the continuing existence of several major identities. Individuals and groups invariably have several, overlapping or nested, identities at the same time. But there is also a hierarchy of different identities, with some groups having preferential access to particular European values and resources and others being partly or wholly excluded from them. Contemporary patterns of inclusion and exclusion
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25 Jan 2011: The Veritas Forum: Robots, Autism, & God
Rosalind Picard, Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, will speak at Rice's 2011 Veritas Forum. She will present her work on affective computing, an interdisciplinary field that explores new sensors and systems that recognize and respond respectfully to human emotions. Dr. Picard will also discuss how her work and her faith mutually inform each other, how they shape her understanding of humanity, and how they inspire her to use her technical expertise to help those with autism.
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3.1 The role of observation

It was clear to Canadian psychologist Albert Bandura (1924– ) that not only is children's behaviour shaped by its consequences, but also that children learn by watching the behaviour of people around them. In contrast to behaviourism, Bandura's social learning theory emphasised the importance of children imitating the behaviours, emotions and attitudes of those they saw around them:

Learning would be exceedingly
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Babbage: March 2nd 2011
In this week's programme: the market for tablet computers, Nintendo's new 3DS games console and why Google is changing its search recipe
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Klartext handlar i dag om att Sverige har fått en guldmedalj i skidåkning och om att oroligheterna i landet Libyen fortsätter.
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Absolute Beginner #22 - Spending Money While Speaking Spanish
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! You’re looking for a good place to enjoy a late lunch, so you’re perusing the Spanish menus at nearby restaurants. The first one seems to have high prices, and there’s a bouncer collecting a cover charge. You’d rather spend your money on food, so you keep looking for the lowest possible [...]
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"Flipping the Classroom": An interview with Chris Tisdell
In this video Chris Tisdell, Senior Lecturer, School of Mathematics and Statistics shares how he engages and motivates large mathematics classes at UNSW by creating and sharing YouTube videos, an eBook and broadcasting live interactive classes. Chris believes that using the available technology to facilitate a 'flipped classroom' model has had a very positive impact on student learning.
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21F.501 Japanese I (MIT)
This course covers Japanese: The Spoken Language Lessons 1 through 6, providing opportunities to acquire basic skills for conversation, reading and writing. The program emphasizes active command of Japanese, not passive knowledge. The goal is not simply to study the grammar and vocabulary, but to improve the ability to use Japanese accurately and appropriately with fluency. Students will learn 56 Kanji characters in this course, as well as introducing Hiragana and Katakana.

Author(s): Nagaya, Yoshimi,Ikeda-Lamm, Masami,Shingu, Ikue

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mentorship update video 1
mentorship update video 1 - James Wilson and Trevor Kettle Keywords:mp4 , mentorship , health sciences , video
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Dark Matter with Mike Shara, Edward Kolb & Michael Turner
A conversation between Mike Shara, astrophysicist and curator at the American Museum of Natural History, and cosmologists Edward Kolb and Michael Turner. The three scientists sit down at the 217th American Astronomical Society meeting in Seattle, Washington to discuss dark matter and how the concept fits in to modern cosmology. For more information visit http://www.amnh.org Produced and edited by James Sims. Also shot by Jill Bauerle.
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TrashTrack
Winner of the NSF International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge, the video shows how TrashTrack uses technology to expose the challenges of waste management and sustainability. For more information go to: http://senseable.mit.edu/trashtrack/index.php
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Creating Enchantment - Guy Kawasaki (Author)
Entrepreneur and bestselling author Guy Kawasaki shares the secrets to being enchanting and developing influence through the "pillars of enchantment." In this funny and engaging lecture, Kawasaki examines the deep value in being likable, creating trust, and taking empowering action. He also shares keys to telling a great story, overcoming resistance, and enchanting your boss and colleagues.
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David Sloan Wilson on Religion and Other Meaning Systems
Professor David Sloan Wilson, author of Darwin's Cathedral: Evolution, Religion, and the Nature of Society, delivers the annual Wiegand Memorial Foundation lecture entitled Religion and Other Meaning Systems. He examines how the experience of the religious believer differs from the secular thinker and argues that both can be understood in terms their particular meaning systems.
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Rebels turn tour guides in Gaddafi home
Rebel fighters show off what they say is a beachside compound belonging to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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Unit Circle Coordinates
This video explains how the unit circle has a radius of one and is centered at the origin of the coordinate plane. It is a concept that frequently occurs in many of the math subjects, especially those where Trigonometry is used. Questions asking about unit circle coordinates often give an unknown coordinate and require us to use the properties of a unit circle to calculate these coordinates. (2:34)
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Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
This video explains how adding and subtracting polynomials is essentially combining like terms of polynomial expressions. When adding and subtracting polynomials, they can either be arranged vertically or grouped according to degree. A knowledge of polynomial vocabulary is important before adding and subtracting polynomials. (4:09)
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