J. R. Suter holding soybean branch in field in Dallas County
Caption: "J. R. Suter's soybeans. Dallas Co." August 28, 1925,JPEG from black-and-white photograph
Agent Turnipseed sharing information with E. L. Burt about legumes
Caption: "W. R. Turnipseed, county agent, showing E. L. Burt the results of first-year vetch." April 14, 1925.,JPEG image from black-and-white photograph
J. J Boyd's vineyard
Caption: "J.J. Boyd vineyard, Marion Co." September 18, 1925.,JPEG image from black-and-white photograph.
Exploration and Explorers
This site looks at Europe's view of North America before and after Columbus, Martin Waldseemuller's 1507 map of the world, Diego Gutierrez's 1562 map of America, Spanish and Portuguese encounters in America, the Dutch in America, exploration and settlement of America from British and American points of view, Lewis and Clark, Henry Hudson, Jacques Cartier, and early images of the U.S.
A lecture by Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister of Australia
The Australian Prime Minister, Mr Rudd, was elected to office in November last year and moved quickly to ratify the Kyoto Protocol and deliver a national apology to the Stolen Generations of Indigenous Australians. He has identified fighting inflation, acting decisively on climate change, improving the health and hospital system, investing in education and putting fairness back into Australian workplaces as his Government's key priorities. Mr Rudd has said that his Government's mandate is to bui
Sumner dining room banquet, Pomona College
The members of the Pomona College track team hold a banquet in the dining room of Sumner Hall. The table is set with elaborate floral arrangements. The students are sitting in a male-female-male-female seating pattern.
Field day sponsored by USC
A student athlete performs a pole vault in front of judges at a track in Santa Monica during a day of track and field competitions between the USC and several other Southern California colleges.
1948: A Year of Decisions
The 2008 Summer Teachers Conference focused on the year 1948. Lesson plans created by teachers attending the conference and powerpoint presentations delivered by speakers are presented on this site.
Tapping the Roots of American Music
Teacher's Guide for using the American Roots Music documentary series in the classroom. The resources offered here are designed to help you use the PBS American Roots Music video series and companion Web site in middle school and high school social studies and history classes. American Roots Music may be taped off-air and used for up to a year following broadcast, or you may choose to purchase it through Shop PBS for Teachers.
Jigsawing with Nebraska Golden Sower Award Books
Students will learn about the Nebraska Golden Sower Award, read selected chapters from at least one of the nominated titles for the current year and communicate what they have learned by selecting activities which involve using handheld computers.
Getting to Know Numbers
Using the Handheld Computer to get students understanding the math concepts of a calendar (days of the week and months of the year), odd/even numbers, and numbers before and after (you know +1 –1 +5 – 5 that kind of stuff).
Image from the researchproject Textiles, Techniques & Technology 'aiming to challenge the frontiers of the relationship of traditional practice and production through the use of CAD/CAM in textile design. Positives from Robustelli drum scanner direct to lithofilm - Betree System Italy
MA133 Calculus 120210 David Pruis
Weekly calculus class upload from Grand Rapids Community College.
Supporting a Learner Community with Software Agents
This paper describes a multi- agent approach that aims at supporting learners involved in a collective activity. We consider pedagogical situations where students have to explicitly define the articulation of their collective work and then achieve the different tasks they have defined. Our objective is to support these students by taking some of these tasks in charge whilst making them work out such organisation features. For this purpose, we propose to consider that the group of students forms
Lecture 18 - 11/30/2010
Making Change Visible
This site documents the changes made in one fifteen-minute reading/writing activity in first grade over one entire school year. The site shows the revisions necessary to create an effective learning experience for all students and provides examples of the development of students' work. There are also excerpts from Hurley's own journal, her audio commentary, and a video tour of her classroom, and her reflections on the change process as a whole.
Science in Focus: Energy
Interview with Dr. Les Kaufman. Potential energy. Dominos, food ordering, food chain, cashew, metaphors.,The interviewee uses a lighter to light some cashew nuts on fire. A small rotor is placed over the flames and it begins to turn. The interviewee explains that it is actually sunshine that fell on the cashew tree in Belize that is turning the rotor. The cashews are burned,heat is released,since hot air is lighter than cold air, it rises and makes the rotor spin.
The Biology course is a first-year course in biology at the high school level. The course emphasizes a multi-representational approach to algebra, with concepts, results, and problems being expressed graphically, analytically, and verbally. The course uses four themes to organize important concepts throughout the course: science, technology, and society; evolution; the relationship between structure and function; and science as a process.
Family Fishing Along a Creek Bank
A family group is fishing along a creek bank. There are three men, three women, and two boys standing and sitting on driftwood that is piled up along the creek bank.
Message side of card.