Acute oak decline (AOD) Bruce Degen (Magic School Bus) Mobile learning news - Autumn 2009 issue Martin Van Buren Art Institute of Chicago Musecast: August 2008 Death of President Garfield Breuken : Extra oefeningen Dit leermiddel bevat zes uitbreidende oefeningen over breuken. Analysis of Motivation and Demographic Factors that Influence Physical Therapists’ Decisions to At A Study of the Response to Accountability and Standardized Testing in a State University System: Pre Ethics of Human Subject Research STI Prevention: Using Epidemiology to Inform Policy and Program ePortfolios in Education - Learning Tools or Means of Assessment? History of Ancient Rome See the 17 Species of Penguins-Cool Facts! A Menagerie of Lines: how to decide who is poor? [Audio] Disciplinary/ Interdiciplinary Virtual Design Studio What's Air Got to Do with It? Internet Scout Project Modern Irish History from 1800 to present, Spring 2008 Nineteenth Century Europe
A growing number of cases of Acute Oak Decline (AOD) are being reported in the UK. The disease, thought to be caused by a bacteria, affects both pedunculate and sessile oaks and is typified by bleeding stems and areas of dead bark and branche
In elementary school he said he had a wonderful teacher, he was always doing art in the back of the room. His teachers would always hang up his art around the school. He reflects that his artwork was a huge part of his life. He says authors need to be clear, readers need to know what is going on, it needs to be truthful. He also talks about how the writing comes first and then the illustrations. He uses real pictures to draw the kids in his stories, some are based on kids his son went to school
MoLeNET is entering its third phase and after two years a lot has been learnt on how effective mobile learning is and the lessons learnt. In addition numerous support systems have been developed by LS...
This is a film documentary about New York's Martin Van Buren from the 2008 WMHT documentary 'Presidents in Our Backyard'. Van Buren.
Walk through the exhibition Benin--Kings and Rituals and learn about the rich artistic traditions of this African kingdom; Hear why Nathaniel Braddock, member of the Occidental Brothers Dance Band International, and Taylor, half of the duo Morikeba and Taylor, are passionate about the music of Africa; Hear James Cuno, president and director of the Art Institute, describe how recent renovations have strengthened the museum's collection; and August is the last month of Target Free Summer Evenings.
The sad tail of the murder of Garfield and his suffering before dying. Not for the timid.
Education for physical therapists has evolved to the doctorate of physical therapy degree and it is the vision of the American Physical Therapy Association that all physical therapists will be doctoral prepared by the year 2020. Most physical therapists do not have the DPT and prior studies have revealed that interest in the DPT is low for practicing physical therapists. This study examined the motivation of physical therapists to attain the DPT, by examining three areas of interest. What effect
This study was an investigation of the perceptions of university certification officers in teacher education in a state university system regarding university responses to accountability, standardized testing, predictive models, gatekeeping, and intervention strategies, and incorporates the issues of social justice and ethics. This study also includes the development of a predictive model to predict results on the Praxis II Elementary Education: Curriculum Instruction and Assessment (ELED:CIA) t
Introduces students to the ethics of human subject research, including ethical theory and principles are introduced and followed by a brief history of research ethics.
Considers features of sexually transmitted diseases relevant to their control, reviewing the natural history of the infections and laboratory diagnoses.
ePortfolios are collections of electronic evidence which capture the idea of lifelong learning ePortfolios at school can support the documentation of competences better than normal tests and assessments. The acquired competences may further be transfered from school to the world of work. On the other hand ePortfolios are powerful tools for learning and reflecting.
Notre Dame OpenCourseware (OCW) offers free online educational resources for the course "History of Ancient Rome" in the Department of Classics. This course introduces students to the history of ancient Rome from Romulus to Constantine (8th c. BC – early 4th c. AD).
This is an interactive educational video about penguins created by a class. Contains information about all 17 species of penguins, but focuses primarily on the Emperor, Rockhopper, Chinstrap, Gentoo, and African species. (03:00)
Speaker(s): Professor Angus Deaton | In lectures across three consecutive evenings (9 December,10 December and 11 December) leading development economist Professor Deaton will discuss his work on health and poverty. Global poverty has been falling rapidly, even as income inequality has been inexorably rising in most of the world. Perhaps paradoxically, global income inequality has been falling. Or has it? Many claim not. Angus Deaton will discuss recent trends in poverty and inequality, national
The purpose of initiating Virtual Architectural Design Studio is the provision of a highly interactive studio environment independent of time and place by broadening the horizons of todays Turkish traditional architectural design studios through collaborations among universities thanks to European Credit Transfer System_ ECTS credit system. The method developed in virtual design studio (SMTS in Turkish/VDS in English) can be considered a sample for future virtual design studios and diciplinary
Students are introduced to the concepts of air pollution and air quality. The three lesson parts focus on the prerequisites for understanding air pollution. First, students use M&Ms to create a pie graph that expresses their understanding of the composition of air. Next, students watch and conduct several simple experiments to develop an understanding of the properties of air (it has mass, it takes up space, it can move, it exerts pressure, it can do work). Finally, students develop awareness an
"A leading authority on captive propagation of the Gila monster, _Heloderma suspectum_," Dr. Mark Seward created this website to disseminate information about Gila monsters. The site links to various Natural History sub-sections including Morphology, Range, Food and Metabolism, and more. For those interested in learning about captive breeding of Gila Monsters, the site also includes information about Acquisition, Husbandry, and Reproduction. These subject areas contain sub-categories like Feedin
This course examines the forces and movements in the development of Irish nationalism from 1800 to the achievement of national independence. The course also explores the history of an independent Ireland.
This course covers the political, social and cultural history of Europe from 1815 to 1900, including the history of each major European nation.
Bruce Degen (Magic School Bus)
Mobile learning news - Autumn 2009 issue
Martin Van Buren
Art Institute of Chicago Musecast: August 2008
Death of President Garfield
Breuken : Extra oefeningen Dit leermiddel bevat zes uitbreidende oefeningen over breuken.
Dit leermiddel bevat zes uitbreidende oefeningen over breuken.
Analysis of Motivation and Demographic Factors that Influence Physical Therapists’ Decisions to At
A Study of the Response to Accountability and Standardized Testing in a State University System: Pre
Ethics of Human Subject Research
STI Prevention: Using Epidemiology to Inform Policy and Program
ePortfolios in Education - Learning Tools or Means of Assessment?
History of Ancient Rome
See the 17 Species of Penguins-Cool Facts!
A Menagerie of Lines: how to decide who is poor? [Audio]
Disciplinary/ Interdiciplinary Virtual Design Studio
What's Air Got to Do with It?
Internet Scout Project
Modern Irish History from 1800 to present, Spring 2008
Nineteenth Century Europe