Física Estadística (2011)
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School of Nursing Statistics Online Computational Resource (SOCR) Citations and Licenses Historia Urbana Medieval (2011) Destination: New Zealand, Overview There's a Ghost in my Bed Nokia cuts 3,500 more jobs Excerpts from the March on Washington, Part 1 Parallel Axes Theorem Introduction to Axonometric Projection Cemetery Geology Post-Settlement Erosion and Deposition Starting Out With Earth History Seeing the Invisible Building a Winogradsky Column Video Demonstration Video Gallery: Why Conserve Sharks? Glacier Physics Lincoln Home National Historic Site: A Place of Growth and Memory The Battle of Oriskany: Blood Shed a Stream Running Down America's Space Program: Exploring a New Frontier
Esta asignatura promueve un sistema completo de actividades de formación y aprendizaje para que el alumno conozca el devenir histórico de las ciudades europeas durante la Edad Media, con especial referencia a las de la Península Ibérica.
This 3:40 long video shows the landscapes and cities of this country. The diversity of the country is stressed. The differences between the southern and northern islands are explained.
The world's largest cellphone vendor by volume Nokia is cutting 3,500 jobs in its second major restructuring in six months as it struggles with falling sales and profits.
This audio compilation, recorded live at the 1963 March on Washington, captures the voices of several civil rights leaders.
Fact-sheet with a worked example on the use of the parallel axes theorem.
This article on axonometric projection provides background reading on axonometric projection as it applies to Junior Certificate classes.
This field exercise determines the susceptibility of different rocks to weathering, and, using the dates on the tombstones, estimates some weathering rates. Placing the field lab in context for use, this site describes the learning goals, teaching notes and materials, assessment recommendations, and provides links to other resources and references.
In this example, a field laboratory in introductory geology becomes a test of a hypothesis: Does the model proposed by Stanley Trimble for Coon Creek, Wisconsin adequately describe the history of post-European-settlement erosion and deposition in a small drainage in southeast Minnesota? This field lab is detailed on the site, which describes leaning goals, a context for this lab's use, teaching notes and downloadable handouts, and assessment recommendations. There are additional references and l
This activity asks students to place 6-10 events in Earth history on a timeline, first working in small groups and then as a class. Then, through questions, important points such as how certain events are dated, where humanity fits in, and so forth, can be brought up. The Starting Point website builds a context for the exercise by detailing the learning goals, teaching notes and materials (downloadable), and additional resources.
Students will be instructed to make an observation of a flower (tulip) given the one stipulation that they will only be allowed to detect the parts of the plant that are green. Through observation and discussion, students will be led to understand that only seeing parts of the flower leads to an incomplete and even inaccurate understanding of its structure. Students will construct their own knowledge of the Sun emitting light above and below the visible spectrum by using UV beads to detect ultr
This five-minute Quick Time video demonstrates how to build a Winogradsky Column. The video is published by NASA Quest and can be used as a teaching supplement to classroom activities including the Winogradsky Column. This video requires Quick Time player to view, which can be downloaded on site.
This video gallery is from the Museum's Seminars on Science, a series of distance-learning courses designed to help educators meet the new national science standards. Part of the Sharks and Rays: Myth and Reality seminar, Video Gallery: Why Conserve Sharks? features two brief videos, each with a printable PDF transcript:Resistance to Cancer discusses why sharks make an interesting model to look at when investigating resistance to cancer. Immune System looks at the Mote Marine Laboratory's projec
This site features a collection of visual resources about glaciers. Diagrams, images and animations reveal how a glacier forms, advances and retreats. These resources can be integrated into lectures, labs or other activities.
recounts the life of our 16th president. See photos of the house in Springfield, Illinois, that Abraham Lincoln, his wife, and family occupied for 17 years. Read news accounts of his departure for Washington, D.C., from Springfield and of his funeral. Learn about the series of events that led to his election as the first president born west of the Appalachians.
tells how long-standing prejudices and the Revolutionary War unleashed massive bloodshed among inhabitants of New York's Mohawk Valley. Located in rich farmland and at a strategic point in a fur trade route, the valley had been settled by European immigrants who had prospered from productive farms and lucrative trade. As war broke out, everyone had to choose sides: Rebel or Tory. It was not easy for many. Five hundred years of unity among the Six Nations was broken.
tells the story of America's journey to the moon. The creation of NASA, the Apollo vehicles, and the January 1967 tragedy are part of the story. On July 20, 1969, as the Eagle lunar module approached the moon, it became clear that the computer had chosen an unacceptable landing site -- a boulder-strewn crater. With 114 seconds of fuel left, astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin overrode the computers and manually landed the Eagle.
Historia Urbana Medieval (2011)
Destination: New Zealand, Overview
There's a Ghost in my Bed
Nokia cuts 3,500 more jobs
Excerpts from the March on Washington, Part 1
Parallel Axes Theorem
Introduction to Axonometric Projection
Post-Settlement Erosion and Deposition
Starting Out With Earth History
Seeing the Invisible
Building a Winogradsky Column Video Demonstration
Video Gallery: Why Conserve Sharks?
Lincoln Home National Historic Site: A Place of Growth and Memory
The Battle of Oriskany: Blood Shed a Stream Running Down
America's Space Program: Exploring a New Frontier