Learn to RecognizeÂ Numbers 1-10
This is an animated lesson for preschoolers to teach numbers. Kids have fun with numbers while watching this video. Large, bright numbers appear on the screen.  Number is said several times as it is traced on the screen and then dots appear and are counted for that number.  (05:09)
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A difficult but interesting derivative word problem. (23:13)
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Spreaker Web Radion Information Tutorial--Get on Air in 60 seconds
This tutorial shows how it is possible to start broadcasting Live on Spreaker and social media in less than 60 seconds. This informative tutorial gives step by step directions in using this broadcast live program. This is a great resource to further enhance the use of Spreaker in the classroom or at home. (2:20)
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Copycat Engineers
This lesson introduces students to the idea of biomimicry or looking to nature for engineering ideas. Biomimicry involves solving human problems by mimicking natural solutions, and it works well because the solutions exist naturally. There are numerous examples of useful applications of biomimicry, and in this lesson we look at a few fun examples.
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In this activity, students use an old fashion children's toy, a metal slinky, to mimic and understand the magnetic field generated in an MRI machine. The metal slinky mimics the magnetic field of a solenoid, which forms the basis for the magnet of the MRI machine. Students run current through the slinky and use computer and calculator software to explore the magnetic field created by the slinky.
Author(s): Eric Appelt

Magnetic Resonance Imaging
This lesson ties the preceding lessons together and brings students back to the grand challenge question on MRI safety. During this lesson, students focus on the logistics of magnetic resonance imaging as well as the MRI hardware. Students can then integrate this knowledge with their acquired knowledge on magnetic fields to solve the challenge question.
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Solenoids
This lesson discusses solenoids. Students learn how to calculate the magnetic field along the axis of a solenoid and complete an activity exploring the magnetic field of a metal slinky. Solenoids form the basis for the magnet of an MRI. Exploring the properties of this solenoid helps students understand the MRI machine.
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Thrown for a Loop
In this lesson, students begin to focus on the torque associated with a current carrying loop in a magnetic field. Students are prompted with example problems and use diagrams to visualize the vector product. In addition, students learn to calculate the energy of this loop in the magnetic field. Several example problems are included and completed as a class. A homework assignment is also attached as a means of student assessment.
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Lights Out!
This lesson introduces the concept of electricity by asking students to imagine what their life would be like without electricity. Two main forms of electricity, static and current, are introduced. Students learn that electrons can move between atoms, leaving atoms in a charged state.
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Valentine geometry
Combine geometry construction skills with language arts and artistic ability.
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Deze bundel herhaalt de taalsystematiek (methode Tijd voor taal) van het vierde leerjaar. Het is de bedoeling dat de leerkracht klassikaal herhaalt en dat de leerlingen de oefeningenbundel zelfstandig verwerken.

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Chemistry Project
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Churchill's Secret Bunkers
During World War II, a secret network of tunnels was built under London to keep Churchill's communications lines intact. In this video clip, learn more about Churchill’s secret underground bunkers during the German air raids. (3:47)
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Laura and Paul cover these topics and more on their 144th (12^2) episode:

14.06.2012 â€“ Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainiere dein HÃ¶rverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag â€“ als Text und als verstÃ¤ndlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. Mit groÃŸ angelegten Razzien sind Polizei und Justiz gegen radikale Salafisten in Deutschland vorgegangen. Knapp 1000 Polizisten durchsuchten 70 Objekte in sieben BundeslÃ¤ndern. Dabei geht es vor allem um Beweismaterial fÃ¼r mÃ¶gliche Vereinsverbote. Betroffen sind offenbar die Salafisten-Institutionen "Dawaffm", "Millatu Ibrahim Moschee" und "Die wahr
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LiÃ§Ã£o 4 O lÃ­der espiritual Ã© comprometido com a oraÃ§Ã£o

Ã‰ uma verdadeira incisÃ£o na alma ouvir um homem conectado a Deus. Quando Jesus falava havia impacto, as pessoas abandonavam o que faziam para segui-lo, ninguÃ©m era mais o mesmo apÃ³s ouvi-lo (Mt 7.29). Mesmo assim, observamos em Jesus uma qualidade invejÃ¡vel em nossos dias, a oraÃ§Ã£o. Mas or

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The 2012 Clare Burton Memorial Lecture - For Love...
The 2012 Clare Burton Memorial Lecture - For Loveâ€¦ No matter whether it is paid or not, womenâ€™s work and their achievements are measured against a set of tenacious and traditional assumptions underpinned by the idea that women should be driven by love and selflessness in all they do, and not the recognition and rewards that drive men. Step out of line and show some career or financial ambition, or just a lack of suitable warmth, and women are quickly labelled pushy, greedy and bitchy. Itâ€
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Don Sull - Third briefing of the crisis compendium
Professor Don Sull discusses the opportunities presented for organisations by the economic downturn, giving noteable examples of successful companies that were forged during previous spectacular adversity.
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Brown seaweeds wedged in a rock crevice
There are thousands of different seaweeds. Brown algae is common in the cool waters of California. The seaweed has thick cellulose walls and appears shiny and wet. Seaweed is tolerable to wave action but needs some moisture to survive.
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Looking at Learning...Again, Part 1: Workshop 8. The International Picture
This workshop offers an opportunity to investigate various aspects of the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), other than the test scores themselves. Distinguished Professor of Educational Psychology William Schmidt presents differences in curricula, textbooks, and teaching practices around the world, and a group of community members discuss how the TIMSS results reflect societal and cultural values.,This DVD does have supporting footage in terms of supporting comments for
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