Fractions - Rectangle Multiplication - A Virtual Manipulative

Visualize and practice multiplying fractions using an area representation. Use this virtual manipulate to graphically demonstrate, explore, and practice multiplying fractions.

The grid shows two fractions multiplied together by showing one fraction in red on the left and another in blue on the bottom of a grid. The area of the overlapping region shown in purple is the product (result of multiplying) the fractions.

There are more instructions to the right of the manipulative.

Rectangle Division - Virtual Manipulative

Use this virtual manipulate to explore and practice division using pictures.

The grid shows a big number divided by a little number. The big number is the total number of blue and red blocks. The little number is the height of the blue rectangle. The number of red blocks is the remainder left over when the big number is divided by the little number

Writing Numbers 1 to 10

A very simple animated slide show.Â Uses rhymes to help students remember how to form the numerals.Â Narrator prompts students to follow along and practice forming the numerals. Â Viewer clicks through slides.Â

Line Plotter â€“ A Virtual Manipulative

Line Plotter â€“ Practice drawing lines through a given point having a specified slope. There are more instructions to the right of the manipulative.

Martha Rose Shulman, "The Simple Art of Vegetarian Cooking" | Chefs at Google

Martha Rose Shulman visited Google LA for a discussion and cooking demo regarding her book "The Simple Art of Vegetarian Cooking." This talk took place on May 14, 2014.

RISE in Action

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Moving in filmic spaces: Relating camera movements to spatial archetypes in architectural animations

Architects sometimes use architectural animations to explain their designs. To probe the practice of architectural film/animation, this paper assembles filmic spaces as a conceptual tool that connects spatial archetypes with camera movements.

Teachers TV SEN Week

Teachers TV has week of programmes (w/c 30 November) looking at Special Educational Needs (SEN) in action, with examples of good practice in schools, programmes exploring some of the issues facing SEN pupils and those who work with them.

Brian Greene: The Search For Hidden Dimensions

Brian Greene explains how extra dimensions may solve several problems in physics, and gives his stance on the possibility of a "multi-verse".
To learn more about String Theory, watch Brian Greene's "The Elegant Universe" on NOVA:
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/elegant/
Also see Brian Greene's book on String Theory "The Elegant Universe":
http://www.amazon.com/Elegant-Universe-Superstrings-Dimensions-Ultimate/dp/0375708111/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1274165084&sr=8-1
Or Brian Greene's book o

Robert Seyfarth: Theory of Mind

Robert Seyfarth talks about how children develop a 'theory of mind'.
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Big Bang Theory panel at Comic Con 2008 Part 2

Part 2 of the "Big Bang Theory" panel at Comic Con in 2008. This one features Q&A from the audience about science, movie quotes, and Star Trek.

Big Bang Theory panel at Comic Con 2008 Part 3

Part 3 of "The Big Bang Theory" panel at Comic Con in 2008. They talk Pluto and how much the actors are like their characters.

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 15, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 16, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 17, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 18, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 19, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 20, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 21, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 22, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul