Palestine 1930-1948 - 2 of 14
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Exploring Sustainability in Agriculture: An Online Sustainable Agriculture Instructional Resource
Growing interest in sustainable agriculture has generated a wealth of educational materials on the many social, environmental, and agronomic topics related to this expanding field. In creating this online resource, we’ve reviewed hundreds of resources—textbooks, popular books, web sites, videos, PowerPoint presentations, and more—to identify the highest-quality and most relevant materials on sustainable agriculture available. Whether you’re teaching a 2-hour community gardening workshop
8.3 Acknowledging the sources of ideas Even when you have used your own words it is essential that you acknowledge the source of the ideas you re-present. This entails making a note of the author and date of publication of the material from which you extract key concepts and points. So at the end of our summary of the Croall extract above, we would need to acknowledge that we got our information from that source by putting (Croall, 1998) at the end of the relevant paragraph. If you use more than one author's work in a paragraph th
Even when you have used your own words it is essential that you acknowledge the source of the ideas you re-present. This entails making a note of the author and date of publication of the material from which you extract key concepts and points. So at the end of our summary of the Croall extract above, we would need to acknowledge that we got our information from that source by putting (Croall, 1998) at the end of the relevant paragraph. If you use more than one author's work in a paragraph th
7.3 Summary The idea of discourse alerts us to a number of issues about the social construction of social problems. It suggests that we need to look beyond competing theories or perspectives to look at how knowledge is organised around central themes that allow the different theories to compete. Discourses define what the problem is, and it is because theories share the definition of the problem that they can compete and argue. Perspectives that start somewhere else – or do not share the definition of
The idea of discourse alerts us to a number of issues about the social construction of social problems. It suggests that we need to look beyond competing theories or perspectives to look at how knowledge is organised around central themes that allow the different theories to compete. Discourses define what the problem is, and it is because theories share the definition of the problem that they can compete and argue. Perspectives that start somewhere else – or do not share the definition of
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The Rulers of London 1660-1689 A biographical record of the Aldermen and Common Councilment of the C
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Video uses diagrams to explain the detailed structure of the cochlea. Were the cochlea uncoiled it would be a continuous tube divided into three separate compartments-the scala media, the scala tympani and the scala vestibuli. Grades 5-12. 28 sec.
Don't Drink and Drive
An EMS worker discusses how makeup is used to simulate a drinking and driving accident to encourage students not to drink and drive on prom night.
Using composite materials to replace bone
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SRXIND003A: Apply Sport and Recreation Law: Course Content
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Building the Brain: Exhibit Interactive Prototypes
The American Museum of Natural History announced Brain: The Inside Story, an amazing and stimulating exhibition that will give visitors a new perspective and insight into their own brains using imaginative art, vivid brain scan imaging, and thrilling interactive exhibits that will engage the whole family. Watch as Helene Alonso, the Museum's Director of Exhibit Interactives and Media, discusses the process of building Brain's interactive elements and discover how new technologies are employed i
Persephone Miel Pulitzer Center-Internews Fellowship
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2010 WASH Media Awards Ceremony
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'Science in Hollywood' by Carolyn Porco, AAI 2009
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The Oil Spill's Other Victims (Science Bulletins)
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From the Headlines: Bed Bugs with Louis Sorkin
Louis Sorkin, a scientific assistant who has worked at the American Museum of Natural History for over 30 years, maintains a small colony of a few thousand bed bugs in four jars in his lab and has become a media expert on this group of animals. Watch as Sorkin feeds the museum's collection of live bed bugs using his hands, and hear him discuss the breeding habits and misconceptions associated with the hot topic creatures. Produced/edited by James Sims. For more information visit http://www.am
Big profits for Shell
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