Descriptive statistics for interval and ratio scale data
Describing the use of measures of central tendency - mean, mode, median - and dispersion - range, Standard Deviation.
"How's the Weather?" Song
This brief video with simple animation is for young students who are learning basic weather concepts. There are 3 frames (sunny, rainy,and cloudy) and children sing the following lyrics "How's the Weather? ding a ling...Oh it's sunny.....oh it's cloudy...oh it's rainy." The lyrics repeat themselves until all three types of weather are described. This is a great teaching resource for young learners, special education students, and/or the ESL population and would work well in conjunctio
Imaging Informatics: Brain and Musculoskeletal Applications
Speaker: Dr. Usha Sinha, SDSU
Byrne Administration: Interview with Richard Coffee (February, 27 2008 Part 1)
Please find the second part of this interview at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJIgqzcRRQY This interview is a part of the Eagleton Institute for Politics's Program on the Governor. For more information please visit their website: http://governors.rutgers.edu/
Should management be a social science or a design science?
(Editors note: The first few minutes of this podcast are missing) In this lunchtime series of lectures, a selection of LSE's academics from across the spectrum of the social sciences explain the latest thinking on how social scientists work to address the critical problems of the day. They survey the leading ideas and contributions made by their discipline, explain the types of problems that are addressed and the tools that are used, and explore the kinds of solutions proposed.
A student made video of actual student's work. The students here have illustrated an idiom from the English language and then define it for the viewer. Underneath the video you will see defintions and lesson ideas for teaching idioms. (4:00)
Degree programmes CNN advert 4 market opportunities for flexible managers to seize in a downturn Narrative vs. Expository Texts Automobile Choices and Alternative Fuels Immunology, Winter 2008 Patient Communication Skills, 2009 Natural Inquirer Journals: Tropical Your Beating Heart Curiosity Creates Cures: The Value and Impact of Basic Research Inside the Cell Findings Coffee Break: Tutorial for NCBI Tools Events for mature students
"Studying here gave me the confidence to start my own business," Tony Wheeler (MSc05), Founder of LonelyPlanet, explains in the School's new TV adverts which launched in October 2009 and run on CNN EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa).
Don Sull, Professor of Management Practice in Strategic and International Management, shares four market opportunities that flexible and agile managers can seize in a downturn
Many students, especially students with limited English language skills, have difficulties determining the difference between narrative and expository texts. This unit will use vignettes written by Peace Corps Volunteers serving in Lesotho and Madagascar to compare these types of texts. As final products, students will write both a narrative essay and an expository essay. This unit was piloted with high school second language learners.
In this lesson students will compare and make distinctions among 5 alternative fuels. They will understand the impact of different types of fuel on: a. the environment b. lifestyle c. the economy/personal finances of car choices. They will also use critical thinking skills to support multi-step decision-making for buying a car.
General Learning Objectives for Immunology 1. To understand the structural and genetic basis of diversity and specificity of immunoglobulins and T cell receptors. 2. To understand the utility of antibodies in many clinical tests for proteins, hormones, etc. 3. To understand the events that hallmark the antigen-independent and antigen-dependent phases of B cell differentiation. 4. To understand the diversity of MHC molecules, and how that diversity differs from immunoglobulin and T cell rece
The materials on this page represent a curriculum for teaching effective patient communication to dentistry students. These techniques could be useful for other healthcare providers, as well: medical students, nursing students, public health providers, and in-practice health care providers. There are two main types of resources: performance keys and videos. Performance Keys are text documents that articulate key patient interaction skills, and give examples of more and less effective techniques
In the Tropical edition of the Natural Inquirer you will learn about different types of plants and animals. The tropics are the home of a variety of biomes, or regions with different kinds of vegetation and other life. Tropical biomes are largely defined by the amount of rainfall they get. In the tropics, you might find rain forests, dry forests, shrub lands, tropical plains called savannahs, and deserts. Scientists working in the International Institute of Tropical Forestry, or IITF, conducted
There are three lessons in this group. The first two provide students with the opportunity to learn about the circulatory system and conduct an experiment where they take their pulses after different types of activity. During the third lesson, a pediatrician explains how she checks a patient's heart and the ways that a healthy lifestyle (food and exercise) can keep students' hearts healthy.
This site introduces the work of basic biomedical scientists -- scientists who seek answers to key biological questions like how cells talk to each other, how biological machines fold into their active shapes, and how genes are regulated. Topics include Alzheimer's disease, anthrax, flu vaccines, Nobel Prize winners, and more.
This brochure explores the smallest form of life: the cell. Discover what's happening inside your body. See basic structures that let your cells accomplish their tasks. Learn about functions shared by virtually all cells: making fuel and proteins, transporting materials, and disposing of wastes. Find out how cells specialize to get their unique jobs done -- and how cells reproduce, age, and die.
This site profiles scientists doing cutting-edge medical research. Learn about the work of a biologist who is tracking thousands of genes in living cells, an anesthesiologist whose questions about body temperature led to improvements for surgery patients, a natural de-icer, healing wounds with air, and more. Read the website or order the free magazine.
This is a collection of short reports on recent biological discoveries. Each report is about 400 words, and is based on a discovery recently published peer-reviewed literature. It incorporates interactive tutorials that show how bioinformatics tools are used as a part of the research process. Past topics include how salmonella gains entry into human cells, new clues on Alzheimer's pathology, how living organisms tune in to the time of day, and many more.
We run events throughout the year, giving potential mature students the chance to visit Cambridge, find out more, and have their questions answered. Watch our video, to hear from some of the participants of the Mature Students' Summer School. You can find further information about events for mature students further down the page. Find out more at http://www.cam.ac.uk/mature/
4 market opportunities for flexible managers to seize in a downturn Narrative vs. Expository Texts Automobile Choices and Alternative Fuels Immunology, Winter 2008 Patient Communication Skills, 2009 Natural Inquirer Journals: Tropical Your Beating Heart Curiosity Creates Cures: The Value and Impact of Basic Research Inside the Cell Findings Coffee Break: Tutorial for NCBI Tools Events for mature students
Narrative vs. Expository Texts
Automobile Choices and Alternative Fuels
Immunology, Winter 2008
Patient Communication Skills, 2009
Natural Inquirer Journals: Tropical
Your Beating Heart
Curiosity Creates Cures: The Value and Impact of Basic Research
Inside the Cell
Coffee Break: Tutorial for NCBI Tools
Events for mature students