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Habits, Community, and Culture: Laying the Foundation for Emotional Intelligence

Habits, Community, and Culture: Laying the Foundation for Emotional Intelligence

>>Aukeem Ballard: Today we’ll be having some conversations that are going to take some courage for us to participate in.>>Student: Some kids get out of school, go home, just to strictly do work. I don’t have the same privileges, because I need to go help my parents. Having this responsibility is kind of harder on […]

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The Science of Receiving Feedback: Mentor Workshop Introduction

The Science of Receiving Feedback: Mentor Workshop Introduction

I don’t know anybody who thinks that feedback conversations work. Whether that’s in your family or with your friends or in your organization, whether you have it to give or unsolicited advice or criticism or offhand comments or your performance review are being aimed at you, the feedback conversations are dreaded and often dismissed. And […]

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Artificial intelligence | تصوحب روبو ؟

Artificial intelligence | تصوحب روبو ؟

Will you become friends with a robot someday? Hello and welcome to Draw My Science, more precisely Science Me Up Today we’re going to talk about the Artificial Intelligence Yes, I will discuss it further As a brief wikipedia definition the Artificial Intelligence is the ability of technology to learn from its mistakes and to […]

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Lecture I – Beauty and Truth in Mathematics and Science

Lecture I – Beauty and Truth in Mathematics and Science

good evening everyone good evening thank you for coming I’m Geri sab laughs the president of the Santa Fe Institute and delighted to see such a terrific crowd welcome to the our annual rule on lectures they were inaugurated in 1994 so for all of us who can almost count this is the 19th annual […]

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The Science of ‘Plan B’ – Emergency Contraception

The Science of ‘Plan B’ – Emergency Contraception

Contraception, with a variety of methods available many people are able to avoid unintended pregnancies. But what happens when things don’t go quite as planned? Thanks to modern science a second chance is possible. So how does emergency contraception or “plan-b” work? And what exactly is happening inside the female body? During the female menstrual […]

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The Physics of Skydiving (Science Out Loud S2 Ep1)

[MUSIC PLAYING] The MIT Skydiving Club just jumped out of an airplane. It might seem like a wild adrenalin rush, but actually, there’s a lot more to skydiving than just jumping out of a plane and pulling a ripcord. Skydivers can control their falls. They can sit, track, flip, fly head-down, make crazy hybrids, and […]

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What Is Intelligence? – Cognitive Skills #1

What Is Intelligence? – Cognitive Skills #1

Hi there, I’m Edvin Palmer. Welcome to my Series on Intellectual Giftedness. Throughout this series, I’ve talked about intellectual giftedness without telling you what intelligence really is. So, today, I want to tackle this basic question: What’s intelligence? Intelligence is the capacity for logic, understanding, self-awareness, learning, emotional knowledge, reasoning, planning, creativity, and problem-solving. More […]

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Will Students Be Taught By Artificial Intelligence?
Memorable Moment: Kidding at the Museum

Memorable Moment: Kidding at the Museum

– A FEW YEARS AGO, WE VISITED CHICAGO, AND I FOUND OUT THAT IF YOU BRING A CHILD TO THE MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY, YOU GET HALF PRICE. SO I BROUGHT A GROUP OF MY FAVORITE KIDS TO TOUR THE MUSEUM WITH ME. HI. I’M HERE AT THE CHICAGO MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. […]

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After watching this, your brain will not be the same | Lara Boyd | TEDxVancouver

After watching this, your brain will not be the same | Lara Boyd | TEDxVancouver

Translator: Jessica Lee Reviewer: Denise RQ So how do we learn? And why does some of us learn things more easily than others? So, as I just mentioned, I’m Dr. Lara Boyd. I am a brain researcher here at the University of British Columbia. These are the questions that fascinate me. (Cheers) (Applause) So brain […]

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