Stop Disasters
This is a simulation game in which students take various actions to prepare for a natural disaster. The students need to collect facts before making a decison on what to do. The disasters are located in various parts of the world, which also encourages students to find these locations and do research on their cultures and landforms. It is a sophisticated game and would be best played by a group of students.
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Lecture 17 - 11/1/2010
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Texas A&M Coach Blair: Positive People
Coach Blair talks about one of the qualities of champions: Positive people that are not afraid to miss the shot. As one of the winningest active Division I coaches in the women's game today, Gary Blair has guided the Texas A&M women's basketball team to a program-best No. 1 ranking in the national polls and a school-record six-straight NCAA Tournament appearances which included a historic run to the program's first national championship last season.
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PSYC 408-01, The Psychology of Justice, Fall 2005
Questions about the nature of justice, fairness, morality, etc. are certainly not new to human consciousness; however, the psychological literature on justice has really just boomed in that past 20 years or so. This course will focus primarily on the current literature although we will certainly discuss differing philosophical perspectives as we delve into this literature. This is a graduate-style seminar; and, as a result, this is a reading and speaking intensive course. In this class we will t
Author(s): Steele, Julie

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Lecture 05 - 10/4/2010
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UT Police Chief Jeff Newton on 13ABC Conklin and Company
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La roue de la vie dans les temples bouddhiques (audio)

One of the first sights encountered by visitors to Buddhist temples is a large painting of the wheel of rebirth, depicting in horrific detail the pains (less often the pleasures) that await people after death. In this illustrated talk, Stephen F. Teiser explains how these representations of the Buddhist worldview have been imagined in Buddhist art over the centuries. The lecture offers an introduction to Buddhist cosmology, Buddhist art, and the spatial and ritual organization of Buddhist te
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Using Physiological Metaphors to Understand and Lead Organizations
William Larson, Katherine Hostiuck, Jerry Johnson
This conceptual paper suggests and elaborates on the use of physiological metaphors pertaining to the systems and parts of the body as an approa

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Física Estadística (2011)
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Author(s): Julio Largo Maeso,José Ramón Solana Quirós

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Historia Urbana Medieval (2011)
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.
Author(s): Beatriz Arizaga Bolumburu,Javier Añíbarro Rodrí

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Destination: New Zealand, Overview
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.
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There's a Ghost in my Bed
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Excerpts from the March on Washington, Part 1
This audio compilation, recorded live at the 1963 March on Washington, captures the voices of several civil rights leaders.
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Parallel Axes Theorem
Fact-sheet with a worked example on the use of the parallel axes theorem.
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Introduction to Axonometric Projection
This article on axonometric projection provides background reading on axonometric projection as it applies to Junior Certificate classes.
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Cemetery Geology
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.
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Post-Settlement Erosion and Deposition
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
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Starting Out With Earth History
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.
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Seeing the Invisible
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
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