The Taking of Knock Moss 1 to 8
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The Cotton South Before and After the Civil War 2 from the course American Environmental and Cultura
American Environmental and Cultural History - Fall 2006. This course presents a history of the American environment and the ways in which different cultural groups have perceived, used, managed, and conserved it from colonial times to the present. Cultures include American Indians and European and African Americans. Natural resources development includes gathering-hunting-fishing; farming, mining, ranching, forestry, and urbanization. ...
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Six Years of Knowledge Networking in Learning Sciences and Technologies
This report presents a series of in-depth reflections about the work of the Center for Innovative Learning Technologies (CILT) from 1997 until 2004. Each member of the CILT team (Principal investigator, postdoctoral scholar, project coordinator and manager) provided their personal reflections on what they, and all of us as a group, have learned from the attempt to stimulate the development and implementation of important, technology-enabled solutions to critical problems in K-14 STEM learning in
Author(s): Sabelli Nora,Pea Roy D.,Park Menlo,Alto Palo

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Resource-adaptive Selection of Strategies in Learning from Worked-Out Examples
Most tasks can be pursued by using different strategies (Logan, 1985; Reder & Schunn, 1998). In this paper we focus on strategies of learning from worked-out examples. Within a resourceoriented framework these different strategies can be classified according to their costs and benefits. These features may determine which strategy will be selected for accomplishing a task in situations with certain resource limitations. We investigate specific hypotheses about strategic adaptations to resource li
Author(s): Gerjets Peter,Scheiter Katharina,Tack Werner H.

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New and changing teacher roles in higher education in a digital age
Digital tools are increasingly being used to support teaching in higher education. The tools place new demands on the tasks and responsibilities of the teacher, and can influence teacher roles. In this study we investigate the long-term use and development of a tool for facilitating the negotiation of meaning in argumentative student texts, through peer and teacher feedback. In this setting we argue that new teacher roles have emerged.
Author(s): Wake Jo,Dysthe Olga,Mjelstad Stig

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Interview with Guitarist Wayne Krantz
Wayne Krantz, a Berklee College of Music alum, is widely recognized as an advanced jazz fusion guitarist. He has played with Steely Dan and Chris Potter, and established himself as a solo artist. Berkleemusic Student Advisor Mark Hopkins recently had the chance to interview Wayne while he was on tour in Boston. Wayne talks about his experience as a Berklee student, the importance of music fundamentals, and his approach to composition.
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Speaking up for deaf education
Jason Lestina developed a software program called Animation Speaks Louder aimed at addressing deaf education in the science, technology, engineering and math disciplines. Now, Jason is working on another tool that will be used to teach math using the same program.
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Super Bowl parties and alcohol
For Americans, Super Bowl Sunday means laughter, cheering, camaraderie, plenty of food and for many -- alcohol. Watching sporting events and consuming alcohol go hand-in-hand, and this year is likely to be no different. But if you plan to imbibe, you could be contributing to a serious public health risk. University of Minnesota School of Public Health expert Darin Erickson offers some tips on a successful Super Bowl Sunday that includes alcohol
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Reading Photographs
This lesson will encourage students to develop the skills of visual literacy in response to photographs.
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Bill of Rights
On 12 September 1787, during the final days of the Constitutional Convention, George Mason of Virginia expressed the desire that the Constitution be prefaced by a Bill of Rights. Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts proposed a motion to form a committee to incorporate such a declaration of rights; however the motion was defeated. This lesson examines the First Congress's addition of a Bill of Rights as the first ten amendments to the Constitution.
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Writing and English as a Second Language
Strategies for helping English Language Learners throughout the writing process.
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Les aliments de demain - Gérard Pascal (audio)

Conférence du 29 février 2000 par Gérard Pascal.

Certains annonçaient il y a quelques décennies l'alimentation future sous forme de pilules. Il n'en a rien été et il n'en sera rien. C'est à partir du progrès rapide des connaissances scientifiques, des innovations technologiques et de la perception par le consommateur du rôle de l'alimentation, que l'on peut tenter de faire des prévisions à court terme. L'alimentation est un facteur d'environnement qui peut non seulemen
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Upton Sinclair, The Jungle and American Socialism
A 3:14 minute long video showing the history of Sinclair and his publications and their impact. No narration. Students should not have any problem following this video and its how hard he worked at showing the conditions of the working class. The folk music may not be useful to students unaware of its meaning so muting the video might be considered.
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Croix Rouge - Nancy 2011- Discours de clôture : Jean-François MATTEÏ

Jean-François MATTEI – (Président de la Croix-Rouge française). Croix Rouge - Nancy 2011- Discours de clôture

Conférence enregistrée lors du congrès international de la Croix Rouge Française à Nancy sur le thème de la fragilité de l’enfant et de l’adolescent dans une société en mutation. Séance plénière : Adolescents et jeunes adultes : des atouts pour la société. Modérateur : Michel MANCIAUX – (Professeur émérite de pédiatrie sociale et de santé pub
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'On Writing Hallucinating Foucault' Professor Patricia Duncker
Professor Patricia Duncker, author of several novels, presents a paper at the 3rd Madness and Literature Network seminar entitled 'On Writing Hallucinating Foucault'
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Economía Española (2010)
El objetivo de la asignatura es profundizar en el análisis del proceso de liberalización comercial y financiera que viene experimentando la economía mundial y que ha desembocado en un aumento de la interdependencia económica. En este contexto, el análisis de la vertiente externa de la economía española es esencial para conocer los efectos de las fluctuaciones en la producción mundial y en los flujos financieros. En ese sentido, se analizan las implicaciones del creciente proceso de apert
Author(s): Jorge Eduardo Martínez Pérez

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The American Novel Since 1945
In "The American Novel Since 1945" students will study a wide range of works from 1945 to the present. The course traces the formal and thematic developments of the novel in this period, focusing on the relationship between writers and readers, the conditions of publishing, innovations in the novel's form, fiction's engagement with history, and the changing place of literature in American culture. The reading list includes works by Richard Wright, Flannery O'Connor, Vladimir Nabokov, Jack Keroua
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Columbus City Hall
The Columbus City Hall was dedicated in 1981 and replaced the outdated 1895 structure. It is shaped like a right triangle and has a semicircular courtyard with a glass-walled back leading to the gallery entrance of the building.,Bartholomew County Journey
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The Literature Review Survival Guide
A guide to the purpose of a literature review and how to go about compiling a literature review. Bookshelves image by quinnanya shared by a CC BY 20
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Project Zero's Studio Thinking Framework: Eight Habits of Mind
Project Zero's mission is to understand and enhance learning, thinking, and creativity in the arts, as well as humanistic and scientific disciplines, at the individual and institutional levels.
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