Numbers All Around - Song
This music video includes upbeat music, catchy lyrics, and high-quality pictures to help students understand that numbers are all around us. Lyrics include, "Numbers all around. Numbers on a sign. Numbers on the ground.... How many ears on a bunny? (2) How many tails on a dog? (1) How many legs on a horse? (4) How many legs on a spider? (8) How many trunks on an elephant? (1)...." Lyrics are also provided on the screen. (02:05)
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Winter Lecture Series - 2010: Achieving a tobacco-free New Zealand by 2020 - why it must happen and
The Māori Affairs Select Committee’s investigation into the tobacco industry has invigorated the debate about becoming tobacco-free, and placed New Zealand at the forefront internationally of reducing the impact of tobacco on health in a similar manner to our nuclear-free stance in the 1980s. Professor Edwards investigates the need for a tobacco-free New Zealand and explores the best options for achieving the 2020 vision. Held September 30, 2010.
6.3 The architecture
What is ‘e-commerce’? This unit will look at typical application areas including the internet, supply chain management and online auctions. It will also help you to understand the underlying technologies used to implement e-commerce applications before looking at some of the problems that can be encountered when developing distributed e-commerce systems.
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This unit looks at the methods that have been developed by organisms for the uptake, transport and storage of iron: a process made more complicated by the insolubility of its oxides and hydroxides. You will examine iron storage in mammals, including humans, is achieved by ferritin, which stores iron as a hydrated iron (III) oxide – an example of biomineralisation.
Oregon State Alums Changing the World
Several OSU alums talk about what they are doing now and how in their own way they are making the world a better place.
Accessing and Investigating Population Data
In this activity, students investigate population projections from 1990-2100 using data from the U.S. Census Bureau Web. Using the five specific population pyramids, students investigate population projection data for the United States over a 110-year period. They examine how the population data is distributed over time and explain what factors might contribute to these trends. An activity sheet and thoughtful questions, included in the lesson plan, guide the class investigation.
This resource guide from the Middle School Portal 2 project, written specifically for teachers, provides links to exemplary resources including background information, lessons, career information, and related national science education standards. This online resource guide focuses on earth/physical science including volcanic island formation and tsunamis; life science concepts including ocean ecosystems, food webs, and biodiversity; science in personal and social perspectives including pollution
The Data and Story Library
An online library of datafiles and stories that illustrate the use of basic statistics methods. DASL is designed to help teachers locate and identify datafiles for teaching. The archive contains two types of files: stories and datafiles. Each story applies a particular statistical method to a set of data. Each datafile has one or more associated stories. Stories can be searched by real-world topic explored, or by statistical method used.
U.S. shoppers weary in March
Summary of business headlines: U.S. consumer confidence drops more than expected; Home price decline extends; Portugal debt cut near "junk" status.
interesting sightseeings in Kakheti
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Earthguide is an educational resource for students and teachers developed by the California Space Institute at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the University of California San Diego. Features include in-depth stories, brief topics, and news -- all related to a variety of oceanic and atmospheric science subjects. The section of links and resources is quite valuable, with a large number of links organized by topic, many with brief descriptions.
Young Engineers: Tomorrow's Ideas Today
This is the official homepage of Young Engineers, "a UK educational charity whose purpose is to inspire young people to recognise the importance and excitement of a career in engineering." Being tailored to British and other UK students, the site contains information on engineering competitions in the region, including coverage of past competitions and details on entering future events. Despite having substantial resources for prospective engineers in the UK, there is plenty of additional materi
Laboratory of Michael Blades
Located within the Chemistry Department at the University of British Columbia, the Laboratory of Michael Blades studies the "development, characterization, and application of optical and mass spectroscopic methods for chemical analysis." Visitors can download posters to learn about the group's work involving two and three laser ion trap mass spectrometry and fluorescence spectroscopy. The website discusses the group's creation of atmospheric pressure plasma on a chip as a new way of forming an a
Old Japanese Documents Confirm Warnings of Future North American Earthquakes
This USGS website discusses evidence that an earthquake of magnitude 9 struck the northwestern United State and southwestern Canada in 1700. Visitors can learn how scientists determined this earthquake from Japanese writings of a tsunami occurrence on the Pacific coast of Japan. The site addresses the destruction that could occur if this magnitude earthquake again hit the region. To obtain a feel for the power of the earthquake and the tsunami created by it, visitors can view the animation depic
Net-Weather presents a host of meteorological information for the UK at this website. Users can find out seasonal, monthly, 10-day, and additional relevant weather forecasts. The Charts and Data link offers live satellite images, links to numerous forecast models, and data on sea temperatures and anomalies. For people who like winter and snow, the website offers interesting stories about famous British winters as well as snow reports. The Net-Weather Forum is a great place to discuss any weather
Paul Bourke of the Astrophysics and Supercomputing department at Swinburne University of Technology is the author of this massive resource on fractals and chaos. He gives examples of many different kinds and classes of fractals, including the Mandelbrot set and various attractors; and brief explanations accompany each one. A substantial introduction to fractals covers the underlying principles and connection to chaos theory. Many stunning, high resolution fractal image galleries show elaborate p
users can create a game spinner with one to twelve sectors to look at experimental and theoretical probabilities.
This page contains links to one pagers on historical instruments of astronomy with photos of the following : Astronomy Slides, Celestial Globe, Cometarium, Globe, Gregorian Telescope, Kepler's Laws Demonstration, Orrery, Planetarium, Planisphere, Stereoscopic Pictures of the Moon, Tellurian, and Transit.