Applied Environmental Science 1B
Regarding the physical dynamics in natural environment of water and atmospheric areas as well as in natural disaster and its mitigation problems, the scientific methods of formulation are explained in views of fundamental and complex phenomena. In particular, this lecture focuses on the contaminant transport and kinetics in the aquatic and geospheric environment to acquire knowledge for real environmental phenomena and their problem-solving.
Basic Medical Interviewing Facilitator and Student Guides
Hilary Whiting, 2014 Concordia Valedictorian
Hilary Whiting Valedictorian, The Matthew Douglass Medal for Civil Engineering
How To Predict The Wind
Predicting the wind is an aspect of weather prediction you'll want to master before becoming a meteorologist. Meteorologist Melissa Schenk briefly explains isobars, wind speed, wind chill, and wind direction. Part of the series: How To Predict The Weather. Run time 01:34.
This report outlines the process and findings from an innovative project for students. This work was part of the curriculum and involved students working with West Yorkshire Police as part of the safer Leeds project in designing and making a film for students n crime prevention and personal safety in Leeds
Cuban American Immigration
Cuban American Immigration. This talks about the Cuban American Immigration to the United States over the course of our history along with the result, the reception, and the how and why. (4:31)
CAD Interfaces to the ARROW Manufactured Product Server
The UK national project ARROW (Advanced Reusable Reliable Objects Warehouse) provides an Internet based framework through which it is possible to identify any of a range of manufactured products meeting specific design criteria. This open framework (based upon the IAI's IFCs) provides a mechanism for users to search for products from any participating manufacturer or supplier based both on specific attributes of a product or on any of the textual descriptions of the product. The service returns
E-Learning Today for the Teachers of Tomorrow (2004)
Interim case studies outlining work done in TTA-funded projects in the use of e-learning to support teacher training.
Parental involvement in education (1997)
This case study used video to improve the learning interaction between parents and children in an early years setting, through better dialogue between practitioners and parents.
Improving teaching and learning with mentorship (1997)
This research looks at ways to improve teaching and learning through regular mentoring interviews between pupils and teachers.
HITT Unit 10: The Role of New Technology in the Teaching and Learning of History
A unit from the History ITE Subject Induction Pack on the role of new technology in the teaching and learning of History.
HITT Unit 9: Teaching and Learning
A unit from the History ITE Subject Induction Pack on teaching and learning.
(R&DA 2) Discussion skills: The relationship between college course and school practice
The TDA Research and Development Award examined learning to teach discussion. Investigating the practice of six primary trainees showed differences according to the subject specialisms examined (Geography and English)
Reasoning as a scientist: ways of helping children to use language to learn science
This DfES TRIPS digest is of a project reported in 2004. The pupils were actively taught ways of using language and skills for team work and to apply these skills in learning science.
(R&DA 16) Supporting Pupils' Learning: Developing the role and effectiveness of teacher support staf
A one year of a fully on-line degree programme for teaching and learning assistants in schools has effects on support staff’s roles and the quality of pupils' learning. Supported by a TDA Research and Development Award
citizED Secondary Strand: Citizenship, Lifelong Learning and Assessment
An article from the Citizenship Initial Teacher Training Professional Resource Network (citizED) on Citizenship, Lifelong Learning and Assessment.
Futurelab Literature Review in Informal Learning with Technology Outside School
This Futurelab Literature Review considers the impact of technologies on children’s informal learning outside of school. The report highlights new thinking about learning in any setting and the possible impact.
Futurelab Literature Review in Mobile Technologies and Learning
This Futurelab Literature Review considers the potential of mobile technologies for education. Case studies are matched to different theories of learning, and key issues are identified.
Futurelab Literature Review in Primary Science and ICT
This report summarises research in primary science and ICT, including a focus on scientific literacy and children’s learning. The contribution and potential of ICT in primary science is evaluated.