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Kinderen leren aan de hand van een schema hoe ze het meervoud kunnen schrijven. Dit op basis van kippen- , hanen- en hoorwoorden.
1 01 General Foods Pop Rocks Candy,
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Mt. St. Helens in Natural Color (using Landsat TM Bands 3,2,1)
A flyby of Mt. St. Helens from Landsat imagery draped over terrain data
3.5 Senses: smell
The powerful and majestic carnivores are the focus of many television documentaries. In this unit we will delve into the lives of these fearsome hunters and explore their physical adaptations and social behaviour. This is the fifth unit in the ‘Studying mammals’ series.
Boiler Bytes: Purdue students build street-legal solar powered car for EcoMarathon
The Purdue Solar Racing team's solar-powered urban commuter car achieved the equivalent of almost 2,200 miles per gallon in the 2011 Shell EcoMarathon international competition. http://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/general/2011/110422M-PesynaSolar.html
Beyond Witness: New Approaches to Crisis Photography (Q&A)
Learn More: http://pulitzercenter.org/blog/videos-beyond-witness-new-approaches-crisis-photography-fotoweek Pulitzer Center photographers answer questions about crisis photography and their experiences covering under-reported international issues. We live in an era saturated with images of all kinds clamoring for our attention. Combine this with constantly shrinking space for serious, thought-provoking photography on complex issues, and a clear problem emerges. As a result, photojournalists mu
Next steps After completing this unit you may wish to study another OpenLearn Study Unit or find out more about this topic. Here are some suggestions:
After completing this unit you may wish to study another OpenLearn Study Unit or find out more about this topic. Here are some suggestions:
8 Paired samples T-Tests This activity introduces the paired samples t-test. It is also known as the ‘within participants’ or ‘related’ t-test. It is used when your Spotlight on Andy Egan - Eating Right: The Ethics of Food Choice and Food Policy Spotlight on Daniel Ogilvie and Leonard Hamilton - Soul Beliefs: Causes and Consequences Bears tackle challenge to aid fight against hunger, set record for stellar performance Faculty conversations: Jeff Grabill Rubin: Americans want cuts - and spending PediNeuroLogic Exam: Newborn: Normal: Tone - Head Lag Carbon Cycles
Thought much about food lately? What are the environmental and social consequences of various eating habits? What moral obligations, if any, do we have toward nonhuman animals? Do the answers to these questions generate moral obligations to adopt (or to abandon) particular eating habits? How are our individual and societal decisions about what to eat expressive of aesthetic, moral, cultural, and religious values? What's the moral (and policy) significance of particular cultural culinary tradi-
Throughout history, the vast majority of people around the globe have believed they have, however defined, a "soul." While the question of whether the soul exists cannot be answered by science, what we can study are the causes and consequences of various beliefs about the soul. Why are beliefs in a soul so common in human history? Is there some adaptive advantage to assuming souls exist? What cognitive development is necessary in order to believe in a self that transcends the body? Are ther
Missouri State student-athletes and administrative staff exercised the University's public affairs tenet, Community Engagement, during a marathon volunteer effort at Ozarks Food Harvest. The group set a record of most consecutive hours (12) donated to the organization after sorting more than 28,700 pounds of food donations, the equivalent to more than 22,000 meals. Ozarks Food Harvest services 28 counties and more than 155,000 people who live at or below poverty level. Video courtesy of KY3.
Jeff Grabill, professor in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric and American Cultures and co-director at the Writing in Digital Environments Research Center, talks about how writing and rhetoric are changing because of today's communication technologies. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/9476
July 1 - Eighty percent of Americans want deficit reduction - but they also want entitlements, says Robert Rubin, former U.S. Treasury Secretary and co-chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Starting in the supine position, the baby is pulled by the arms to the sitting position. The head and the arms are observed during the maneuver. The arms should remain partially flexed at the elbow and the head may lag behind the trunk, but should not be fully flexed backwards. When the baby is in the sitting position, the head should be able to come to the upright position for at least a few seconds before dropping forward or backward. A neuroscience tutorial focusing on those aspects of the pe
Students are introduced to the concept of energy cycles by learning about the carbon cycle. They will learn how carbon atoms travel through the geological (ancient) carbon cycle and the biological/physical carbon cycle. Students will consider how human activities have disturbed the carbon cycle by emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. They will discuss how engineers and scientists are working to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Lastly, students will consider how they can help the world th
This activity introduces the paired samples t-test. It is also known as the ‘within participants’ or ‘related’ t-test. It is used when your
Spotlight on Andy Egan - Eating Right: The Ethics of Food Choice and Food Policy
Spotlight on Daniel Ogilvie and Leonard Hamilton - Soul Beliefs: Causes and Consequences
Bears tackle challenge to aid fight against hunger, set record for stellar performance
Faculty conversations: Jeff Grabill
Rubin: Americans want cuts - and spending
PediNeuroLogic Exam: Newborn: Normal: Tone - Head Lag