Eating Routines & ADHD. Part of the series: Drug-Free ADHD Treatment Options. Manage your ADHD in a natural way. Learn how eating regularly can help those with ADHD in this video clip from a medical professional. (1:16)
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The distinction between relative and absolute comparisons is an important one that has run through this course. Here, its meaning and significance will be made more explicit. The subsection begins with examples which illustrate the difference between absolute and relative measures, and you will be asked to reflect on why calculating in relative terms is often a better way to make a fair comparison.

Start with a simple example based on comparison of births between countries. In 2002, the
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The week ahead: Stumped by Trump
US Republicans line up for another debate in Nevada, rival sides from Yemen’s war meet at an undisclosed location in Switzerland and Spain’s populist parties vie for power
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Getting Started: 07 Reshaping a path outline
Enhance your scenes or make your movie fit a desired length by getting rid of your least interesting, lowest quality footage. See how Smart Trim can automatically cut bad footage or recommend cuts to let you make the final decision.
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Triangle Angle Sum
This video explains that the sum of the three angles in any triangle adds up to 180 degrees. The importance of this fact in Geometry cannot be emphasized enough. The triangle angle sum theorem is used in almost every missing angle problem, in the exterior angle theorem, and in the polygon angle sum formula. (4:06)
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The GMAT Analytical Writing Assessment Section
Although this video is specificly for the GMAT Writing Test, it has great ideas for teaching and preparing to write an analytical essay. (4:37)
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2.062J Wave Propagation (MIT)
This course discusses the Linearized theory of wave phenomena in applied mechanics. Examples are chosen from elasticity, acoustics, geophysics, hydrodynamics and other subjects. The topics include: basic concepts, one dimensional examples, characteristics, dispersion and group velocity, scattering, transmission and reflection, two dimensional reflection and refraction across an interface, mode conversion in elastic waves, diffraction and parabolic approximation, radiation from a line source, sur
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Sustainable Tourism Certification
A lecture on sustainable tourism
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Alumni in Action - Sylvia Smith '73
http://www.dickinson.edu/alumni-in-action
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This course discusses a contentious issue in economics: why particular groups, such as women or minority ethnic groups, are disadvantaged in the labour market. It compares different theoretical and empirical explanations for why such systematic labour market disadvantage is experienced by some groups in society.

Click to view 'Th
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Integrating Digital Intelligence into Brand Strategy
As organisations seek to integrate the massive flow of digital data into their brand strategy, they face a triple challenge to stay ahead.
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Pronounce the Muscles (Part 2)
Video has a list of major muscle names, beginning with letters G through M. The narrator pronounces the muscle names, and then allows the student to practice pronunciation. Words are a little blurry. Grades 9-12. 3:29 min.
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As you go farther below the surface of a fluid, the pressure increases. Professor Ephraim Fischbach demonstrates pressure in a graduated cylinder in this video from Thinkwell's online Physics series. Run time 03:18.
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Intro to Algebra (Part 3)
Lesson on introduction to algegra part 2.  Watch part 1 and 2 before watching this part.  Larry continues with solving examples of problems using multiplication on a whiteboard.

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Alumni in Action - Sean Finnegan ’01
http://www.dickinson.edu/alumni-in-action By way of graduate school, Los Alamos National Laboratory and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Sean Finnegan ’01 recently was back on campus to deliver the seminar speech for this year’s Sigma Pi Sigma induction ceremony. The former physics major now manages a portfolio of \$42 million in research grants for the DOE, and he had a lot to say about his field, the scientific career path and the value of Dickinson's liberal-arts education.
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Explanation of Bernoulli's Theorem Experiment
A teacher explains Bernoulli's theorem to kids using a ping pong ball and plastic bottle experiement in this video. Run time 01:20.
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(6/6) The Empire And The Kingdom
The documentary explores the lives and struggles of Peter and Paul and the Christian revolution. (Video starts approximately in 37 A.D.)
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Education for Citizenship in Revolutionary City
To bring life to the struggles and principles of the 18th century is the goal that guides Revolutionary City programs, says Colonial Williamsburg Foundation President Colin Campbell.
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The University of Memphis minute for the week of March 23, 2012.
The University of Memphis minute for the week of March 23, 2012.
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