GESS: Yes, scientists can change the world!
Global Environment Speaker Series Presented by Dr. Nina Dudnik, founder and CEO of Seeding Labs For more on this series visit http://geography.richmond.edu/resources/speaker-series-GESS.html
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Mercury II Decomposition
This is a video showing Mercury(II) thiocyanate decomposition by heating. The video shows the experiment being performed with captions signifying what chemical is being used.  This would be fun for students to watch to learn about changing substances with heat.  (03:10)
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Author(s): The Economist

Preschool Songs: Episode 2: Whales and Kangaroos
This video is episode 2 of Russ TV.  He sings "A Whale of Time" (a song about animals), "5 Little Babies" (a finger play counting 1-5), and Hop, Hop, Hop Kangaroo(an action song). (09:02)
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Author(s): The Economist

Oral Storytelling (Capitals and Punctuation)
This first grade classroom have just learned about capital letters and punctuation.  Whole brain techniques are used as the students share their oral sentences.  (01:30)
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Every year, teachers around the country shell out hundreds of dollars of their own money on school supplies to help their students get what they need to succeed. In fact, a recent survey conducted by the National School Supply and Equipment Association found that
Author(s): Kevin Cummins

TED402 Session_13 Fall 2012
Educational Psychology with Jeffrey Miller
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Jb0240r Review: Arrays and Strings
Richard Baldwin
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The Need To Know Basic Skills of Algebra
This video shows you the basic algebra skills that are necessary when working with equations and are very important; because you will need these skills throughout the whole algebra phase. It also teaches you how to isolate the variable which is the goal in algebra.  NOTE: the video cuts off abruptly before showing the division example in order to get viewers to go to the site being promoted.  (02:43)

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The National Archives UK posted a photo:

Location: Trinidad and Tobago

Date: 1870-1939

Our Catalogue Reference:
Author(s): nobody@flickr.com (The National Archives UK)

Read Across America - Dr. Suess
West Hoke Elementary kicks off Read Across America Day 2013. In this video clip, Principal Tuwanda McNeill reads Dr. Seuss' 'Oh! The Places You'll Go'. (7:07)
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Friday After Thanksgiving Chain Reaction 2012

Recorded 11/23/12

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SWIB12 - Linking Data, Linking People (Emmanuelle Bermes)
By: SWIB Linking Data, Linking People Emmanuelle Bermes, Centre Pompidou
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Climate change and economics

Author(s): The Economist

Profile: Lalit Modi, Architect of Indian Premier League
Hear insights from one of India's most successful entrepreneurs - Lalit Modi, Architect of the Indian Premier League.

SMT312 Session 12 Fall 2012
Natural Disasters with Don Gauthier
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Alyssa Explains It All: Little Things
Oswego freshman Alyssa Levenberg discusses a few things from her first semester at college -- from Cookie Monster hats and pajama pants to early/late classes and hockey games.
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Autonomous mechanisms in architectural design systems
The development of architectural design systems that describe fully the form, structure and behaviour of a design relies heavily on the incorporation of intelligence in the representations, analyses, transformations and transactions used by the computer. Traditionally such intelligence takes either of two forms. The first is a methodical framework that guides actions supported by the design system (usually in a top-down fashion). The second is local, intelligence mechanisms that resolve discrete
Author(s): Alexander Koutamanis

Colloquium Week 7: "What are the social work types and why should we care?"
A paper presented on Tuesday 9th June 2009 at the St Cross College Colloquium. Recent literature and policy movements in the UK and USA have given a great deal of focus to evidence-based practice (EBP) in social services, however there remains little clarity in the literature as to the realities of what these concepts look like in practice. As educational models in the social sciences and policy pressure on human services continue to develop, it is imperative to examine what is being considered
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