Using online role play to teach internet safety awareness
This paper reports on an evaluation of Net-Detectives, a creative online role play activity aimed at 9–12 year olds. Net-Detectives forms part of Kidsmart, an Internet awareness programme aimed at school children. It was evaluated through a multiple method data collection using questionnaire surveys, follow up telephone interviews with teachers and observation in use in three UK schools during the summer term of 2003. All sources of data collected agreed that a number of benefits arise from p
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Literature Review in Languages, Technologies and Learning
There is no one best way to learn a foreign language, nor a single optimal set of teaching materials. This is because the learners will vary both in how they learn and what they want and need to learn. Good teaching materials may, therefore, be produced according to a number of different approaches to language description, different interpretations of the theory of language learning, and according to different approaches to the process of teaching.,A NESTA FutureLab Series - report 1
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Simplifying Exponents (Multiplication and Division)
Ms. Rebecca Newburn instructs students about how to properly address exponents when multiplying and dividing monomials. Ms. Newman also reminds viewers which errors to avoid and explains why the answers she gets are correct. Visual quality not in high definition, but sufficient enough to see examples.

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UW 360 - February 2011: Fish Collection
Check out a campus fish collection that's been growing since 1919. UW 360 profiles the fascinating people, programs and community connections that define the University of Washington. The show looks at a wide range of UW topics from solar energy, to heart tissue regeneration, to neighborhood farmer's markets - and much more. Samantha Rund The half-hour program is hosted by UW Alum Samantha Rund, who offers an insider's view on each story. With an abundance of UW stories to tell, each episode wi
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Learn About Denver Zoo's Komodo Dragon Population
Denver Zoo gives a glimpse of the life of a Komodo Dragon in captivity. The video shows baby dragons to full grown species. The commentators give comments regarding behaviors and diet. Running time is 3:04
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RES.18-003 Calculus for Beginners and Artists (MIT)
This online textbook provides an overview of Calculus in clear, easy to understand language designed for the non-mathematician.Online Publication
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Content within individual OCW courses is (c) by the individual authors unless otherwise noted. MIT OpenCourseWare materials are licensed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under a Creative C

ISS Update - Dec. 30, 2010
The International Space Station video update for Dec. 30, 2010.
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Coretta Scott King Procession at MLK Celebration
On February 11, 1994, Coretta Scott King is escorted to Kresge Auditorium during the traditional silent march at the 20th annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration at MIT.
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"Spring is Here" Song
Spring is Here Song - A squirrel, a turtle and other forest animals sing about the coming of spring. A scene from Lost in the Woods: The Movie. This is a great resource for teaching students about the seasons or as a companion for a story about spring. Students will enjoy watching this video (1:12).
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Images from Studying at University: A guide for first year students

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UW 360 - February 2011: Designer Proteins
Hear about cutting edge research on designer proteins being developed in UW Professor David Baker's lab. UW 360 profiles the fascinating people, programs and community connections that define the University of Washington. The show looks at a wide range of UW topics from solar energy, to heart tissue regeneration, to neighborhood farmer's markets - and much more. Samantha Rund The half-hour program is hosted by UW Alum Samantha Rund, who offers an insider's view on each story. With an abundance
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Ohio and Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor
is a travel itinerary of 50 houses, farms, churches, historic districts, and other sites. Learn about the first organized American settlement in the Northwest Territory (1772) and the history and impact of canals and railroads. Read essays on transportation, ethnicity, industry, and preservation.
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Lincoln Home National Historic Site: A Place of Growth and Memory
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.
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Will the Real Cinderella Please Stand Up?
Students learn that folk stories can be told in many ways and learn to write their own Cinderella story and script according to their own gender or culture. They also become aware of the steps that are necessary to make a film as they learn the various parts that go into the process.
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What Is a Neighborhood?
A lesson for students to think about the neighborhood they live in and what makes a neighborhood.
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Sticks and Stones: Using Video for Conflict Resolution in the Classroom
This lesson uses video to explore emotions and compassion, then students work to create a peace table.
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Show Me a Picture and I'll Tell You a Story: Web Photo Journals
Students analyze and evaluate "photo journal" web sites, then create their own Web-based photo journal.
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Image Buckets
Documenting possible buckets
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