Leadership in action (1/10): The roots and development of thought on leadership
Leadership in action (1/10) The roots and development of thought on leadership
Author(s): John Potter

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How To Become a Teacher
Although the requirements vary by state, you can learn the general requirements for earning a degree in education are the subject of this 1:31 long video. It moves very rapidly and is mainly about requirements rather than what they do and types of certifications. 
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Eclipses and Moon Phases
Students explore how eclipses happen and why Einstein needed a total eclipse to image stars near the Sun. For middle school.
Author(s): James Lochner, Ph.D.

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How to Reevaluate Your Career
This three minute video is about re-think a career. Ideas include writing down your strengths, go on informational interviews, see whether you can alter your current job and think about what makes you happy. This is for older students, parents, and even teachers. An upbeat video.
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Careers in Science: Tracy Caldwell
This astronaut tells what decisions she made from high school on to become a member of the space shuttle team. A good video to help students who don't have an idea of what they would like to be to think about what they are good in and like to do.
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Technology, Intellectual Property and Real Estate Finance
The work of Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner LLP is "organized along legal disciplines and industry segments." Through their work, the attorneys critically examine the business and legal issues that their clients in various industries face and they "have authored what many consider the authoritative guides on specific areas of information technology law." Posted here are articles on a range of legal topics including bioinformatics, construction, information technology, and outsourcing. V
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The Child Care Nutrition Resource System
The Child Care Nutrition Resource System is developed by the University of Maryland's Department of Nutrition and Food Science and the USDA National Agricultural Library's Food and Nutrition Information Center. The Resource System is geared towards childcare providers who participate in USDA nutrition programs, but others interested in children's nutrition will find this website useful as well. Notably, the website serves as a portal to many helpful resources from a variety of different universi
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Microbiology Current Issues: Water Quality
This well-designed Web site from the American Society for Microbiology offers a comprehensive introduction to microbial contamination of the water supply. Visitors to the site will find information on water-borne pathogens and the diseases they cause, where our drinking water comes from, how water becomes contaminated, scientific advances that could make our water supply safer, and much more. The information in this Web site is clearly explained and does not require an active interest in microbi
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"What Clones? Were Claims of the First Human Embryo Premature?"
This is a Scientific American article that argues that the results of the first human cloned embryo are misleading.
Author(s): Stix, Gary.

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Design a Parachute
After a discussion about what a parachute is and how it works, students will create a parachute using different materials that they think will work best. The students will test their designs, which will be followed by a class discussion (and possible journal writing) to highlight which paper material worked best.
Author(s): Center for Engineering Educational Outreach,

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Scaling the Map
Students will learn how to determine map distances and map areas using the map scale. They will also get a better feel for how much an area represents on the map in relation to the size they are suggesting for their cavern.
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Master's student CuiCui Chen examines the future role of biofuels
Researchers from the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change describe their research and why it is important
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Master's student Paul Kishimoto makes complex climate and economic models user-friendly
Researchers from the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change describe their research and why it is important
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Part 3, "Behave!" Censoring Game Sex
Part 3,""Behave!" Censoring Game Sex" Depictions of sex have a long history of being controversial in any medium, and here we are going to take a look at, discuss, and even****play** some examples from the history of video games. How has this evolving medium depicted the sex act, both visually and interactively, and how has this been shaped by the rise of game rating systems, both in the U.S. and in other parts of the world? Why do some people find these games even more objectionable th
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Part 2, "Behave!" Censoring Game Sex
Part 2,""Behave!" Censoring Game Sex" Depictions of sex have a long history of being controversial in any medium, and here we are going to take a look at, discuss, and even****play** some examples from the history of video games. How has this evolving medium depicted the sex act, both visually and interactively, and how has this been shaped by the rise of game rating systems, both in the U.S. and in other parts of the world? Why do some people find these games even more objectionable th
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EVER '11: Pneu Scooter and RazEr rEVolution
Pneu Scooter and RazEr rEVolution cruising outside of the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco for the EVER '11 Conference and Exhibition on Ecological Vehicles and Renewable Energies. These are electric kick scooters with custom-built rear wheel hub motors.

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Part 1, "Behave!" Censoring Game Sex
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"The Global Games - Challenges, Trends, & Innovation" - AECOM
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How old is the universe? (part 2)
Watch video of Vanderbilt Professor David A. Weintraub speaking March 30 on “How Old is the Universe?” as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. David A. Weintraub is professor of astronomy, director of the Communication of Science & Technology program, and director of Undergraduate Studies for Department of Physics & Astronomy at Vanderbilt University.keep reading »
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The Americas in the Age of Revolution, 1776-1836 (part 2)
Watch video of Marshall Eakin, professor of history at Vanderbilt University, speaking March 30 on ”The Americas in the Age of Revolution, 1776-1836,” as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. The revolution that created the United States was only one of many American revolutions. From 1776 to 1836, wars for independence erupted throughout the Americas—from Bostonkeep reading »
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