Outside Experts Boost Project Authenticity
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Outside Experts Boost Project Authenticity

– So honestly, the change from mechanical engineering, the broader world view to materials, like this smaller, literally, atomic world view– – The project that I’m working with my AP physics class, currently is guided by a need to know question for the students of, “How can we successfully put a lander on the surface of Mars?” During the final…

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Dave Ramsey’s Top Tips for Raising Good Kids
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Dave Ramsey’s Top Tips for Raising Good Kids

Hey, you guys, welcome to this episode of The Rachel Cruze Show. So today we’re going to be talking about raising kids at every stage of life, and I’m bringing on parenting expert and my dear friend, Dr. Meg Meeker. But first, since it’s Father’s Day, it’s like right around the corner, I thought it would be so fun to…

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Carbon Nanotubes Might Be the Secret Boost Solar Energy Has Been Looking For
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Carbon Nanotubes Might Be the Secret Boost Solar Energy Has Been Looking For

Solar panels are an incredible innovation in energy tech, but they’re way less efficient than they could be, because they have a problem: heat. Specifically, waste heat, or energy that’s lost while converting the sun’s energy into electricity. But a new technology—made possible by carbon nanotubes—may be just the thing that brings solar panels into the lead for energy technologies.…

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“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Rice University Department of Visual and Dramatic Arts

music A Midsummer Night’s Dream Good evening. Good evening good evening Thank you so much for coming out and braving the autumn so we are calling this mid-autumn’s Night Dream but thank you for being here My name is Christina Keefe. I’m the director of the theater program and of this production Ah, a couple of things before we get…

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About Achieve: 20 Years of Raising Expectations
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About Achieve: 20 Years of Raising Expectations

we all want our kids to graduate ready for success but what exactly does a high school diploma say about a student when our students aren’t held to high standards it doesn’t say much colleges employers and families have no way of knowing if students are actually being prepared to succeed or fail and it’s unfair to students who deserve…

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How to Actually Raise Good Kids
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How to Actually Raise Good Kids

– Now, I’m here with pediatrician, mother, and grandmother. – Yes. – Grandmother. – Grandmother, five grand babies. – Grandmother, five grand babies. Dr. Meg Meeker, she’s one of my favorite people in the world. Meg has practiced pediatric and adolescent medicine for over 30 years. She’s the author of six books. Meg, thank you so much for being here.…

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You Raise your Children; I Will Teach them French: Rosalind Wiseman at TEDxTeachersCollege
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You Raise your Children; I Will Teach them French: Rosalind Wiseman at TEDxTeachersCollege

Translator: Dawn Theresa Suffling Reviewer: Denise RQ Rosalind Wiseman: Hi. (Audience) Hi. So, I’m Rosalind Wiseman. My job is to teach Ethical Leadership, Media Literacy and Bullying Prevention in schools. What that means is that I’m regularly working with people who think that nothing I say is going to make a difference that will make their life better. If you…

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Gold as a Leading Indicator for Inflation and Recession (w/ Grant Williams and Ronald Stoeferle)
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Gold as a Leading Indicator for Inflation and Recession (w/ Grant Williams and Ronald Stoeferle)

Grant Williams: Ronnie Stoeferle, fund manager and partner of Incrementum and perhaps most widely known as the author of the In Gold We Trust report, which is must reading for everyone in the gold industry. Welcome. Ronnie Stoeferle: Hi, Grant, good being here. Yeah, you and I keep meeting in London in the freezing cold in December. We need to…

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