InBrief: Executive Function: Skills for Life and Learning

InBrief: Executive Function: Skills for Life and Learning

Science tells us that brains, minds, are built, not born. And at the center of this dynamic architecture are a set of skills called executive function and self-regulation. >>RAVER: Children’s self-regulation and executive function are key ingredients in their lifetime performance. It’s not just about learning language or learning numbers or learning colors.>>PHILLIPS: We have

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Sanitäter German medic  (World War II)

Sanitäter German medic (World War II)

World war II German medics: Sanitäter World War 2 During the second world war the german army had a well organized and highly skilled medical service : the Sanitäter, popularly known as sanies where always on the frontline with combat troops ready to jump in to help wounded man german medics on the battlefield, stretcher

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Europe | Destination World

Europe | Destination World

MALE NARRATOR: This is Earth. Maybe you’ve heard of it? I sure hope so, because you live on one of its seven continents! (upbeat music) If you love history, then buckle up for a trip to Europe, the birthplace of some of the most famous civilizations ever! ♪ ♪ Europe is the second smallest of

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Firing Squads (World War I)

Firing Squads (World War I)

Even the most seasoned of veterans were unprepared for the horrors of The First World War. The British Army used execution by firing squad like no other combatants, as a method to maintain order on the battlefield. This controversial method of execution was used for crimes of cowardice, desertion, espionage, murder or mutiny. Senior commanders

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Babies and toddlers: Amazing learners – Video 1

Babies and toddlers: Amazing learners – Video 1

Hello. I’m Anne Stonehouse. This video is about children as active learners from birth. They seek opportunities to learn from everything around them. They learn largely through relationships and interactions with the people who are important to them, especially their families, and through active engagement with their world. Picture a newborn baby and a three-year-old.

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Vladimir Putin’s Early Life Story

Vladimir Putin’s Early Life Story

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin was born on October 7, 1952 in Leningrad, Soviet Union, the city now known as Saint Petersburg. Growing up poor, he chased rats around the stairwells of his shabby apartment building. His father – also called Vladimir – served on Soviet submarines and, during WWII, was severely wounded while fighting on the

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Momentum Bashing 2 conclusion

Momentum Bashing 2 conclusion

(pulsing music) – So how’d it go? Hopefully you saw how increasing the release height of the marble increased its velocity and resulted in an increase in momentum. So now you realize that momentum has two variables to it. It’s the product of the mass and the velocity together. It also helps you answer that

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