Ingrid Law is the New York Times bestselling author of Savvy, a 2009 Newbery Honor Book,and its companion novels, Scumble and Switch. According to Publishers Weekly, the author is “a natural storyteller who's created a vibrant and cinematic novel that readers are going to love."
NYT best-selling author Carmen Agra Deedy shares her love of gardening with students on a visit to Harvest Farm in Suwanee, GA. She explores the colorful butterfly garden and shares her favorite gardening book “And Then It's Spring.” Britt ES media specialist and principal introduce the books, “Bridget's Beret,” and “Hooray for Diffendorfer Day.”
Randy Schuster explains a radical interdisciplinary project unique in the community college system. They are working with StudentsGiveHope.org in 3d modeling drug design using computer neural networks, AI, and gameification of designs that will allow even a layman to help create a future of open source medicine.
In this concert Lubana Al Quntar performs classical Arabic Maqam pieces with a melancholy flavor, characteristic of this genre. She is accompanied by the internationally known oud player Kenan Adnawi, who also presents traditional instrumental music of Syria.
USA Learns.org has a U.S. Citizenship course to help you prepare for your citizenship or naturalization interview. USA Learns Citizenship will help you with the information and language you need to become a U.S. citizen. This episode covers: Requirements for Becoming a Citizen, Rights and Responsibilities, and Ten Reasons to Become a Citizen
In this first lecture Professor Hungerford introduces the course's academic requirements and some of its central concerns. She uses a magazine advertisement for James Joyce's Ulysses and an essay by Vladimir Nabokov (author of Lolita, a novel on the syllabus) to establish opposing points of view about what is required to be a competent reader of literature. The contrast between popular emotional appeal and detached artistic judgment frames literary debates from the Modernist, and through the post-45 period. In the second half of lecture, Hungerford shows how the controversies surrounding the publication of Richard Wright's Black Boy highlight the questions of truth, memory, and autobiography that will continue to resurface throughout the course.
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand discusses her memoir, Off the Sidelines: Raise Your Voice, Change the World, with Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren as part of the Kennedy Library Forums series at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
In this episode of Science 360 we'll learn about Locked In Syndrome, mosquitos, and causes of Arthritis. Also we'll sit down to discuss the impact of genetic variation on plant species with Amy Battocletti.
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The 2018 Honorable Mention in the School News 4-6 grade category went to "Otter Outlook" from Oak Hill Elementary School in the Center Joint Unified School District.
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The 2018 SEVA in the School News K-3 category went to "CCAA News 2017-18" from creativeconnectionsartsacademy in the Twin Rivers Unified School District.
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The 2018 Honorable Mention in the School News K-3 category went to "Kinder News" from creativeconnectionsartsacademy in the Twin Rivers Unified School District .
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