Top 10 Unforgettable Stephen Hawking Cameos in Pop Culture

Top 10 Unforgettable Stephen Hawking Cameos in Pop Culture

He reminded us “to look up at the stars” – and he was quite the star himself. Welcome to WatchMojo UK, and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Stephen Hawking Cameos in Pop Culture. For this list, we’re scouring the worlds of film, television, music and more to find the most […]

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Martin Kusch: Relativism (3/5)

Martin Kusch: Relativism (3/5)

Okay, so I’ve given you one key example of how a relativist methodology in science looks. Let’s develop this a little bit further and ask ourselves, so why was this perceived as a threat or as a challenge, we might say, to the philosophy of science? Some philosophers of science saw it as a threat […]

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The Renaissance: Was it a Thing? – Crash Course World History #22

The Renaissance: Was it a Thing? – Crash Course World History #22

Hi, I’m John Green, This is Crash Course: World History and today we’re going to talk about something that ought to be controversial: The Renaissance. So you probably already know about the Renaissance thanks to the work of noted teenage mutant ninja turtles Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael. But that isn’t the whole story. Mr. […]

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Creativity in the classroom

Creativity in the classroom

>>FEMALE NARRATOR 1: Welcome to Creativity in the Classroom. This video will help develop teachers’ understanding of their own creativity as well as that of their students. We will provide research-based insights and suggestions, as well as present ideas from experienced teachers about how to better understand creativity and its role in the classroom. The […]

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Are Older People Wiser?

Are Older People Wiser?

This episode is brought to you by Hover Are older people wiser? No, not necessarily. I think older people are experienced and I think there’s a difference. So if you’ve experienced something, then you’ve had some learning from it. I think wisdom sometimes comes from even small children. Okay, this is my Nana. She’s the […]

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6 – ÌNIN INtuitive INtelligence & Peace – Anna Bacchia in Luxembourg

6 – ÌNIN INtuitive INtelligence & Peace – Anna Bacchia in Luxembourg

Within the culture of complexity, where all of our interrelations are interconnected, and in the era of digitalization and artificial intelligence, my Research and Educational Programs recognize that there is a humongous quality of energy and of creative potentialities, and most of all a new vision which are still completely unexplored. Such potentialities are lit […]

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1 – Towards a new co-habiting the Earth – Anna Bacchia in San Francisco

1 – Towards a new co-habiting the Earth – Anna Bacchia in San Francisco

[Music] I’m working on the most advanced technology existing the human being facing the natural of all that exists scientists have written the whole experience of the world is radically different than what we have thought until now [Music] the ground of our current way to think reality as completely being shaken as if the […]

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How language shapes the way we think | Lera Boroditsky

How language shapes the way we think | Lera Boroditsky

So, I’ll be speaking to you using language … because I can. This is one these magical abilities that we humans have. We can transmit really complicated thoughts to one another. So what I’m doing right now is, I’m making sounds with my mouth as I’m exhaling. I’m making tones and hisses and puffs, and […]

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Raising Awareness and Developing Disability Cultural Competence in the Supervisory Relationship

Raising Awareness and Developing Disability Cultural Competence in the Supervisory Relationship

broadcast is now starting all attendees are in listen-only mode alright hello everyone welcome to today’s webinar on raising awareness and developing disability cultural competence in the supervisory relationship my name is Kristen Dempsey and I’m the assistant director of professional psychology programs in the education Directorate here at APA thanks so much all for […]

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Neil deGrasse Tyson: How to Teach Science? Leverage the Power of Pop Culture

Neil deGrasse Tyson: How to Teach Science? Leverage the Power of Pop Culture

I guess I’m lucky that my chosen profession is astrophysics because unlike so many other fields of study, especially academic fields of study, in my field we have an essentially completely transparent lexicon so I don’t have to translate anything, hardly anything. If I show you a photograph of the sun and you see spots […]

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