Dinos for Little Kids
Dinosaur games for younger children. Featuring over 100 dinosaur species with full colour media. The module includes four levels. The first level has mystery word games where the player finds the name of the pictured dinosaur by clicking letter buttons. The second and third levels are multiple choice games with a similar purpose. The final level is an anagram game where the name of the pictured dinosaur is given as an anagram.
Chemistry Unit One
The module contains the following levels: Metal Compounds Alcohols Periodic Table and atomic structure Acid base reactions - Group 2 elements Energy Change
Cardiac Arrhythmias and Cardiac Pharmacology
A brief review of cardiac arrhythmias and the corresponding drugs. The module contains the following levels: Vaugan Williams Classification Class Pharmacology Adverse Effects Stage 1 Adverse Effects Stage 2 Etiology of Various Arrhythmias Atrial Fibrillation Conventions Selected Agents in the Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation Ion Blocking Place in Antiarrhythmic Therapy When to Maintain Sinus Rhythm More Antiarrhythmic Agent Properties
Arithmetic Races II
Practice your mental and mathematical agility with arithmetic races. A sequence of levels with timed questions. Each level gets progressively faster. The questions themselves are based on the four main arithmetical operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) and involve positive integers in the range 0 - 1000. There are a total of 11 levels, combing both multiple-task and single-task questions. Points available increase as the time decreases. Tracking of numerous performance
Applied Mathematics I
The quiz is set in Ancient Egypt. A group of ancient Egyptians set about their everyday lives and encounter mathematical problems. Solve them and help them on their way to the afterlife. Seven levels of randomized applied mathematical problem are included. Randomisation and fresh generation of new material maintains a high level of replayability until the underlying skills are mastered. Tracking systems are included for parental supervision. Rewards maintain student interest.
Antiviral Agents and Drugs that Treat Tuberculosis
The module contains the following levels: Toxicity Bombardment type 1 Toxicity Bombardment type 2 Toxicity Bombardment type 3 Toxicity Bombardment type 4 Toxicity Bombardment type 5 Mechanism Onslaught Category 1 Mechanism Onslaught Category 2 Mechanism Onslaught Category 3 Mechanism Onslaught Category 4 First Torrent of Indications Second Torrent of Indications Third Torrent of Indications Mechanisms of Action: The Master List Indications for Use: The Master List Antiretroviral Therapy for the
The module contains the following levels: The Origin of Malaria Antimalarial Drug Classes Indications for the Blood Schizonticides Indications for the Various Antimalarial Drugs Mechanisms of Action Blood Schizonticide Toxicity Toxicity of Various Antimalarial Agents Useful Information Sites of Action Terminology Epidemiology Complete Assessment of Antimalarial Drugs
Antihelminthic and Antiprotozoal Agents
The module contains the following levels: Agents that Treat Helminths Antihelminthic Agents Mechanisms of Action Toxicity of Antihelminthic Agents Pharmacokinetics of the Antihelminthic Agents Complete Assessment of the Antihelminthic Agents Agents that Treat Protozoans Agents that Treat Protozoans Part 2 Complete Mechanism Assessment of the Antiprotozoal Agents Toxicity of the Antiprotozoal Agents
The module contains the following levels: Severity-Based Fungal Treatments Vulvovaginal vs Oropharyngeal Treatments Imidazole vs Triazole Imidazole vs Triazole Mechanisms of Action Half-Life Toxicity Complete Assessment of Antifungal Agents
Refine your English vocabulary, starting with easy words for children, and ending with the most complex of lexical rarities. About 500 words are contained in the module's internal database, which is used to generate unlimited combinations of randomised tasks. Question types include many games, such as hangman, anagrams and memory. More conventional tasks such as pair matching and multiple choice are also included. The vocabulary is divided into different levels, beginning with easier levels suit
Adobe Photoshop Quiz
This quiz will help you to update your technical knowledge of Adobe Photoshop. You have three different levels ('Simple', 'Moderate', 'Complex'). Only you complete 'Simple' level than 'Moderate' level will be unlocked. Once you complete 'Moderate' level 'Complex' level will be unlocked. Use this quiz very effectively to update your knowledge of Adobe Photoshop.
A Study Sheet for Primary School, Year 2
This is a study sheet for cross-subject testing of items typical for the second year of primary school. It includes levels on 'Spelling Words', 'Spelling Test Sentences', 'Math Facts' and 'Vocabulary'.
3 x table
A series of levels reinforces the 3 times table. Levels use multiplication, division and missing number questions, most of which are multiple choice. The penultimate level asks the learner to type in the answer with the onscreen keypad, and the final level is a mega test of 50 questions. The order of questions is randomised. Progress is tracked and numerous awards given for achievement at each level.
Examining the Burdens of Gendered Racism: Implications for Pregnancy Outcomes Among College-Educated
Objectives: As investigators increasingly identify racism as a risk factor for poor health outcomes (with implications for adverse birth outcomes), research efforts must explore individual experiences with and responses to racism. In this study, our aim was to determine how African American college-educated women experience racism that is linked to their identities and roles as African American women (gendered racism). Methods: Four hundred seventy-four (474) African American women collaborate
This College level Unit in Microbiology explores microbes on five levels, their architecture, ecology, physiology, lifecycles and pathology. Students will be given an interactive tour of the world of microbes and learn more about their impact on Humans, animals, plants and on the environment in general. They will become aware of pathogenic (harmful) and non-pathogenic (helpful) microbes and develop an understanding of how microbiologists devise methods to study microbes in order to understand th
The purpose of this resource is to teach students about the acidity levels of liquids and other substances around their school so they understand what pH levels tell us about the environment. Students will create mixtures of water samples, soil samples, plants and other natural materials to better understand the importance of pH levels.
Who's Eating Who?
Developed for second grade. First the teacher will explain the 5 trophic levels of a food chain to the students using the hand out with the sample food chain (Figure 1). Then once they have learned about trophic levels, autotrophs, and heterotrophs, each student can begin looking through the magazines and cutting out pictures of animals to create their own food chain. Once each student has completed his or her food chain, you can have them share them with the group. Biology In Elementary School
Observing Constitution Day
On September 17, 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention met for the last time to sign the document they had created. The National Archives and Records Administration celebrates this important day in our nation's history by presenting the following activities, lesson plans, and information. We encourage teachers and students at all levels to learn more about our Constitution and government. This site features a discussion about the Constitutional Convention and the Constitution. Lis
In using copyright works (e.g. journals or newspaper articles, books, photographs, music) for study or research you are expected to observe certain legal and ethical constraints. In particular, you are bound to abide by the law of copyright. This resource helps you to see how copyright could affect the way you study, research and work while at university. This resource is suitable for all levels of study.
Heritage: Civilization and the Jews
This lesson plan deals with the Ancient Near East, early civilization, and early Israelite history. Use maps to explore principal geographic features of the region and to trace migration, and compare the biblical story of the flood with a similar account in the Epic of Gilgamesh. All activities focus on key concepts explored in Heritage. Lesson plans have been designed to allow teachers to select activities appropriate to the grade levels of their classes. Each plan includes teacher's resource p