lunar phase animation
Learn Sarver Heart Center’s Continuous Chest Compression CPR | College of Medicine
performing the new CPR method on victims experiencing a heart attack. It is open captioned. No extra steps are needed to activate the captioning and it is spot on accurate, correct spelling, no missed words etc. The video is very clear and easy to follow and there is a discussion as to why the new method is better than the old for heart attack victims.
Project-Based Learning: An Overview | Edutopia
“Project-Based Learning: An Overview
Seymour Papert, a distinguished professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is among a growing group of scholars who support project-based learning. Read a short introductory article or watch a brief introductory video.”
Refraction: Teaching Fractions through Gameplay
games that discover optimal learning pathways
for STEM education.’ If you’ve got kids, check out their
first game, Refraction
http://games.cs.washington.edu/refraction/. It teaches
multiplying fractions without kids drilling on multiplying
fractions, almost like education is a side effect of game
Jeb Corliss ” Grinding The Crack” – YouTube
Using a special wing suit, most of decent from the mountain top is done without a traditional parachute. Note the control. Watch the shadow to see the actual shape of the suit in flight.
Open Course Library
“The Open Course Library is a project to design and share 81 high enrollment, general education, and pre-college courses. These materials can be used for face-to-face, hybrid and online delivery. “
Fascinating 1936 Footage Of Car Assembly Line [VIDEO]
Physics and the Magdeburg Water Bridge | Wired Science | Wired.com
“This is the Magdeburg water bridge in Germany. Pretty cool, right? But how is this even possible? How could you make a bridge that supports all that water AND a boat?
The answer is simple. The supports on the bridge always have the same forces pushing on them. It doesn’t matter if there is a boat on the bridge or not as long as the boat is floating. “
Astronomers discover complex organic matter in the universe | KurzweilAI
“this organic star dust is similar in structure to complex organic compounds found in meteorites. Since meteorites are remnants of the early Solar System, the findings raise the possibility that stars enriched the early Solar System with organic compounds. The early Earth was subjected to severe bombardments by comets and asteroids, which potentially could have carried organic star dust. Whether these delivered organic compounds played any role in the development of life on Earth remains an open question.”
Kevin Houston | Home
“free booklet 10 Ways To Think Like a Mathematician. This is a taster for my book How to Think Like a Mathematician. Click the booklet cover to download.
P2PU | Moebius Noodles Improv | Full Description
Yelena and Maria, the founders of the Moebius Noodles
community and mathusiastic moms. We are inviting you to join ?Moebius
Noodles Improv,? a parent and educator online class, during the first three
weeks of November. Click “Participate” button to sign up:
In our previous classes, we showed quite a few games for teaching advanced
math concepts to young children in a relaxing and fun way that engages the
entire family. This time around, we will teach you how to create your own
games that fit your child?s unique interests and learning preferences. We
will give you the confidence to improvise and create math games on the fly.
The class is a cooperative, peer-to-peer gathering of adventurous grown-ups
who want to enjoy advanced math with babies, toddlers and young kids. Think
of it more like a get-together at your favorite coffee shop than a ?prim
and proper? class.
NOVA | The Fabric of the Cosmos
“”The Fabric of the Cosmos,” a four-hour series based on the book by renowned physicist and author Brian Greene, takes us to the frontiers of physics to see how scientists are piecing together the most complete picture yet of space, time, and the universe. With each step, audiences will discover that just beneath the surface of our everyday experience “
Girls With Wings Aviation Activity Fun Pages
“We use aviation to entertain and educate girls
about their limitless opportunities for personal growth.”
Is this the future for travel? Germans launch the ‘multicopter’ – AOL Travel UK
“Is it a bird? Is it a helicopter? No, it’s the world’s first ever manned multicopter. A German engineering company has just managed to put a man flight using the technology normally used for flying model toys.”