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How Do Electric Generators Work?
Find out what connects coils to electric outputs with information from a science teacher in this video. Information on how electric generators work by moving an alternating current to an output.


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How Walt Disney Cartoons are Made
This black and white educational film is probably from the 40's and shows the different steps towards producing a cartoon. It discusses how Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs as well as other short cartoons were made.  It begins with story creation, dialogue, composer, animators, as well as the other steps to draw cartoons are shown. (8:33)
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Clive Wearing, Part 2: Living Without Memory
Presents an extraordinary example of the relationship between brain damage and memory function by reintroducing the viewer to Clive Wearing 13 years after his appearance in part one.
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2.2.3 Positive integers: converting denary numbers to binary

If computers encode the denary numbers of the everyday world as binary numbers, then clearly there needs to be conversion from denary to binary and vice versa. You have just seen how to convert binary numbers to denary, because I did a couple of examples to show you how binary numbers ‘work’. But how can denary numbers be converted to binary? I'll show you by means of an example.

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First-Grade Home School Lesson Subjects
Have you decided to home school your child? Learn all about important school subjects for home schooling first-graders in this education video.

Matt Moskal is a free-lance artist with a BA in Elementary / Special Education. He has taught Kindergarten through 6th grade in the Philadelphia School District since 2003.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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4.5.3 Don't – compromise requirements of external bodies

If your course is provided for an external body, you should discuss with them any adjustments that may conflict with their requirements.


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Deathly Hallows (Audiobook) Ch. 5.1 - Fallen Warrior
Instructor can have students read along with the book in the classroom. (There is only one still image for the duration of the reading.) Instructor can review vocabulary, context clues, elements of a story, etc.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Audiobook)
© 2007 by J.K Rowling
© 2007 Listening Library, Arthur A. Levine Books, an Imprint of Scholastic
© 2007 by Random House, Inc.
Original artwork by Mary GrandPre. Copyright Warner Bros.
Harry Potter,

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L6 3.9 with reading
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A New Home
The fourth wing of the Keohane Quad on Duke's West Campus opens for student housing. Learn more about Duke Houses at http://sites.duke.edu/dukehouses/.
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7.6.2 Present information effectively

Organise your data so that you can use it to illustrate and support your arguments or point of view. To do this successfully you must be clear about what you want to say, who is your intended audience, and what points you want your audience to understand. Think about the most appropriate way to present your findings, and whether particular types of charts, graphs or diagrams will bring out the relationships you want to demonstrate. Choosing graph axes carefully (for example using non-linear s
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Probability (Part 7)--More on Conditional Probability - Khan Academy
The instructor in this video, Sal Khan, continues his discussion of conditional probability while touching on Bayes' Theorem. Mr. Khan uses a software program (with different colors) to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education. (10:05)
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The Sentencing of Socrates
Socrates pleads his case in his sentencing hearing and talks about the true value of the individual agitator and rebel in society. Run time 02:03.
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Probability: Finding What Percent an Event Has of Occurring
The instructor in this video, Sal Khan, discusses how to find the probability that an event will occur.  He uses an electronic chalkboard to demonstrate several examples using a step by step approach.
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Easy Cartoon Drawing : How to Draw a Cartoon Landscape
This expert, Matt Moskal, keeps it simple by drawing basic shapes to create clothing.
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3.3 The use of religious imagery

What is paradoxical about this painting is that, while Bonaparte is ostensibly presented here as the exponent of rational values, the impression that it conveys is not so much of a modern secular leader as of a saviour in the Christian tradition. His hand extended towards one of the plague-stricken suggests that he has miraculous powers of healing. As one of Gros's fellow artists put it, in an ode to the painting: ‘the hero can cure at a glance’ (quoted in Porterfield, 1998, p.56). It thu
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Introduction to Conditional Probability - Khan Academy
The instructor in this video, Sal Khan, introduces conditional probability. He uses scores in a basketball game as an example. Mr. Khan uses a software (with different colors) to illustrate his points. (09:16)
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What is Calculus, Anyway?
This brief clip (which is a segment of a larger video), provides an introduction to Calculus.  The instructor discusses what Calculus is and compares it to Algebra using side by side slides.  Excellent quality. (01:32)
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4. Strategic management

’It must be accepted that governors share in every aspect of the strategic management of the school.‘

(Sallis, 2000)

If strategic direction is about setting aims and targets, devising plans and policies, and taking decisions that will raise standards, then strategic management is concerned with ensuring that all the necessary elements are in place in order that succes
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BIEB 166 - Lecture 25 - 3/10/2010
BIEB 166 - Lecture 25
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