Andrew Kinsell Title: The Black Death Class: EUH 2000, Western Civilizations I Introduction: The focus of my class on the Black Death is not the disease itself but the societal impacts the Black Death had throughout Europe. In order to accomplish this goal I will include a short video and a primary source (Boccaccio’s Decameron). […]
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Name: Nancy Maurer Discipline: History Intro: Here are the two pieces of media which I will be using in my classes for Fall 2014 on the Cuban Missile Crisis. Image: http://www.juhaliede.com/poster3.html Video: YouTube video sponsored by the Massachusetts School of Law (3:38) Here is the embed link:
Introduction: This video will be a link in the preemail that is sent to students prior to SPC 1017, Interpersonal Communication (online) course starting. Students will be notified that they will be producing an introductory video the first week of class and to visit the Animoto website in advance. Interactive Engagement Strategies: When students begin […]
Introduction: Brain is an organ with more than 85 billion neurons and 10-50 trillion neuroglial cells to support these neurons. This organ with numerous numbers of cells only weights about 3 lb in adults. Each one of its neurons forms approximately 1000 synapses with other neurons. Brain is such a complicated, organized, amazing organ that […]
NAME: Teresa Greene TITLE: Thinking about children’s thinking, the mind of Jean Piaget CLASS: DEP 2004, Developmental Psychology INTRODUCTION: Although not difficult, sometimes the terms and concepts of Jean Piaget do seem like a foreign language to students. I wanted some graphics and simple video to help students understand and perhaps enjoy learning about children’s […]
John De Graca Title: What the Constitution of the United States of America is? Class: Political Science 2041: The United States Government Introduction: As a professor of Political Science teaching the US Government, one of my goals is that my students must possess a deep knowledge of the Constitution from its inception to date. The Constitution was […]
This is a 4-minute video featuring Mitchell and Webb – 2 British comedians. The topic covered in the video is exploration, and how newly discovered lands acquired their names: Virginia, the East Indies, New South Wales, and Greenland. It can be used in the classroom as an introduction to exploration and colonization – or as […]
This lesson can be used for Elementary Spanish I or II. After learning greetings and introductions in Spanish, students will watch the short film by Pixar “For the Birds” and as a group project will write a script for it in Spanish. Class Assignment: There are many ways to greet someone in Spanish. Use several […]
Music videos are great in a science class. It can be used as ice-breakers at the beginning of a lesson, such as this one on Food Safety. Food borne diseases are frequently reported in the news media. Many of these ailments are of microbial causation. You might have heard some people complaining about abdominal pain […]
For the EMT Program Introduction: EMT students enter the EMT Program certified with the American Heart Association Healthcare Provider card. While they all have had the course, many of them do not truly understand the importance of early recognition of cardiac arrest and early CPR. Many people tend to think that Emergency Medical Service jobs are all […]
Introductory Video Shoot a video introducing the topic and provide purpose of lesson. Create accounts with YouTube Capture and Amara.org. You Tube Capture allows sharing of video, and Amara allows captioning. Word 2013 will allow translation of text into multiple languages, so that it can be copied and pasted into Amara captioning. Introduction Google Inc. announced […]
Thanks to Ann Testa for this edition of the ASAPScience video blog. Lots of interesting information on how the brain works. Are video games a waste of time or can they make you smarter?? Does the cognitive function in your brain increase after playing video games?! The video provides some interesting brain exercises.
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Robots will simply replace people on the job. In fact, they can become our essential collaborators, freeing us up to spend time on less mundane and mechanical challenges. Rodney Brooks points out how valuable this could be as the number of working-age adults drops and the number of retirees swells. He introduces us to Baxter, […]
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