Comply with legislative, policy & industrial requirements in the
This unit provides content, resources, activities and tasks for the unit CHCEDS301A Comply with legislative, policy & industrial requirements in the education environment.
TAA Between the Flags
This resource aims to embed e-learning as 'the way we do business in training' in the surf lifesaving sector. This is a customisation of the TAA Toolbox to suit the strategic training program for Trainers, Assessors and Facilitators in SLSQ
Burned pinyon-juniper stand near Winnemucca
Fires release nutrients, reduce parasites, and open space for animals and smaller plants needing sunlight. Many pine trees need the intense heat from fires for seed release.
Bulbs and roots
Bulbs need light, sunlight, and nutrients in order to grow new plants. The roots of plants help the plant absorb water and nutrients from the soil.
Blood flow through yolk sac in zebrafish embryo
Developing Danio showing blood flow over the yolk sac and through the beating heart (note the Paramecium moving around Danio).
Bee on plant
Although many bees stay in their hives for shelter and rest, this male Blue Banded Bee has to sleep outside on a leaf. The bee grips the stem with its mandibles, or jaws, to stay on.
Basic Human Needs: Safety and security
Humans have basic needs that need to be met. Two of these needs are met by feeling safe and secure in their lives. Safety and security can pertain to both physical and emotional components.
Artemia with coordinated motion of flipper-like appendages.
Bear Creek Wind Farm Tour
In this interactive, a construction project manager explains the process of constructing a wind farm, its challenges and benefits.
The flash animations present the characteristics of wind power as a source of clean energy and allows the viewer to examine how a modern wind turbine works by pausing and clicking on its components.
Fixing the Teleporter–Part 1
In this video segment from Cyberchase, the Teleporter breaks and the CyberSquad must try to fix it using clues given to them by Ms. Fileshare.
In this video adapted from Alaska Sea Grant, discover why multiple tsunamis resulted from the Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964.
Sharing Candy Among Gargoyles
The CyberSquad must divide 35 candies evenly among seven gargoyles in this video segment from Cyberchase.
Rockets on a Shoestring Budget
In this activity, students revisit the Pop Rockets activity from Lesson 3. This time, however, the design of their pop-rockets will be limited by budgets and supplies. They will get a feel for the limitations of a real engineering project as well as an opportunity to redesign and retest their rockets.
Digitale geluidseffecten : gratis download Op deze site kan je heel makkelijk en gratis verschillende geluidseffecten downloaden per categorie. Je vindt er dierengeluiden, geluiden in en rond het huis, geluiden uit het verkeer, noem maar op. Deze kunnen handig zijn wanneer …
Op deze site kan je heel makkelijk en gratis verschillende geluidseffecten downloaden per categorie.
Je vindt er dierengeluiden, geluiden in en rond het huis, geluiden uit het verkeer, noem maar op.
Deze kunnen handig zijn wanneer …
Integration of Biology and Statistics Education (IBASE): Measurements of cells and organelles in bio
This lab was designed to promote the integration of a freshman biology lab and an Applied Statistics course. Students collect data sets to be used in statistics for examples and projects, and then present their findings in biology lab. Students learn how to determine the actual size of cells using calipers for chicken eggs, microscopes with ocular micrometers for onion root cells, microscopes with digital cameras/measuring software for red and white blood cells, and rulers for measurements of or
The Scientific Method:
An exercise to introduce scientific method, experimental design and basic statistical analysis.
El Nino-La Nina Sea Surface Temperature and Height Anomalies: December 1997, through April 2000
Sea surface temperature anomalies are represented by colors and sea surface height anomalies are represented by exaggerated heights. This version of the animation does not include wind anomalies.
MOLA: Seasonal Snow Variations on Mars: Slow Zoom to the Martian North Pole: True Color
This is a true color visualization of the topography near the Martian north pole as measured with the MOLA instrument. This particular animation shows a slow zoom to the surface of the pole and is a frame-accurate match to the beginning of animation id #2297.
What About Rocks?
The earth is quite a pile of rocks. How were they formed? What are they made of? How do Geologist classify them?