The Biology Project: Mendelian Genetics
Tutorials and interactive quizzes covering monohybrid, dihybrid, and sex-linked crosses. Part of "The Biology Project", http://www.biology.arizona.edu.
The Civil War Augmented Reality Project
The Civil War Augmented Reality Project was conceived by several public educators with technology experience and a desire to offer more interactivity to students and the general public visiting historic sites. The objective of the project is to develop and implement augmented reality services related to the American Civil War in Pennsylvania, and to modify soon to be released tablet personal computers to allow the general public a chance to experience the applications. The project’s inc
Earth's Birthday Project
Earth's Birthday Project provides teachers with butterflies and bugs, Big Gift rainforest activities, science symposiums for middle school and science lesson plans to educate children about the Earth. Tens of thousands of teachers volunteer their resources and time to make EBP activities available to their students.
The Dirty Water Project
In this activity, students investigate different methods (aeration and filtering) for removing pollutants from water. They will design and build their own water filters.
The Laramie Project
The Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Laramie Project at the Balcony Theatre, Sept. 23 - 24, Sept. 26 - Oct.. 1, Oct. 3 - 5. Tickets: $8, $12, $14. In October 1998 a twenty-one-year-old student at the University of Wyoming was kidnapped, severely beaten and left to die, tied to a fence in the middle of the prairie outside Laramie, Wyoming. His bloody, bruised and battered body was not discovered until the next day, and he died several days later in an area hospital. His name was Mat
Grade 11 - history of trigonometry project - Louise Keegan - model answers
Wynberg Girls' High School
Model answers for history of trig project
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Grade 8 - Euler's formula project - Jade Gibson - Model answers
Wynberg Girls' High School
Model answers for Euler's formula project
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The Papers of Jefferson Davis Project
The Papers of Jefferson Davis, a documentary editing project based at Rice University in Houston, Texas, is publishing a multi-volume edition of his letters and speeches, several of which can be found on this web site. The site also provides extensive information on Davis and his family and numerous images.
Maximum, Minimum, and Current Temperature Protocol
The purpose of this activity is to measure air (and optionally soil) temperature within one hour of solar noon and the maximum and minimum air temperatures for the previous 24 hours. Intended outcomes are that students will learn to read minimum, maximum, and current temperatures using a U-shaped thermometer, understand diurnal and annual temperature variations, and recognize factors that influence atmospheric temperatures. Supporting background materials for both student and teacher are include
Libertarian Journalism in the '60s, '70s, and '80s Reports from the Curriculum Foundations Project Quantitative analysis Peace Corps 10- 15- 10 Authors Digital Multi-Day Max/Min/Current Air and Soil Temperatures Protocol Surface Ozone Protocol Nitrate Protocol Salinity Titration Protocol Managing Human Resources for Health Module Guide Measuring Health and Disease I: Introduction to Epidemiology Module Guide
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This page holds the archived reports from the Curriculum Foundations Project. This project held workshops in several different subject areas in order to initiate a dialogue among the representatives from each partner discipline, with mathematicians present to listen and serve as a resource when questions about the mathematics curriculum arose. Users can access Microsoft Word reports as well as a compressed full report.
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The purpose of this resource is to record daily measurements of maximum, minimum, and current air and soil temperatures at a common site. One temperature probe is placed inside the instrument shelter while another is installed at a 10 cm depth in the soil. A digital thermometer is used to measure current temperatures as well as daily minimum and maximum temperatures. The daily minimum and maximum temperatures are stored by the instrument for a period of six days and need to be read and recorded
The purpose of this activity is to measure ozone concentrations at ground level. Students deploy a strip of paper that changes color in the presence of ozone. They use an ozone reader to determine the amount of ozone in ppb as indicated by the color change of the paper strip. Intended outcomes are that students will learn to measure the concentrations of ground-level ozone in the atmosphere and to observe changes in the concentrations over time. Supporting background materials for both student a
The purpose of this resource is to measure the nitrate-nitrogen of water. Students will use a nitrate kit to measure the nitrate-nitrogen in the water at their hydrology site. The exact procedure depends on the instructions in the nitrate kit used.
The purpose of this resource is to measure the salinity of the water using a salinity titration kit. Students will measure the salinity of saltwater using a salinity titration kit.
<p>Human resource management is one of the key functions within the broader scope of human resource development. If you are or want to become a manager in the health services, you will in all likelihood have some responsibility for managing people. Some managers may fulfil human resource functions as part of a much wider portfolio (for example, facility or programme managers), while for others it may be a full-time responsibility (for example the head of an HR department at provincial leve
<p>This module was designed to meet the growing need for an applied course in the measurement of a variety of health indicators and outcomes. Whether you manage a health programme, a health facility, or simply have to interpret health data in the course of your work, this module sets out to increase your capacity to deal with health and disease information. It aims to assist you in applying epidemiological knowledge and skills to a variety of Public Health problems such as:</p> <u
Reports from the Curriculum Foundations Project
Peace Corps 10- 15- 10 Authors
Digital Multi-Day Max/Min/Current Air and Soil Temperatures Protocol
Surface Ozone Protocol
Salinity Titration Protocol
Managing Human Resources for Health Module Guide
Measuring Health and Disease I: Introduction to Epidemiology Module Guide