Monetary policy & the financial crisis
Professor Chris Martin investigates the country's current financial crisis looking at the underlying cause, the symptoms and long-term effects.
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Flashcards template - sports and music
Flashcards template - sports and music.
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Squares game : practice vocab for food and drink
Squares game : practice vocab for food and drink.
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Teaching diverse ages and levels in one classroom
Teaching diverse ages and levels in one classroom.
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Elemental Methods for Integrated Architectures: Experimentation with Design Processes for Cable Net
Tension active systems are compelling architectural structures having an intimate connection between structural performance and the arrangement of material. The direct flow of structural forces through the material makes these systems attractive and unique from an aesthetic point of view, but they are a challenge to develop from a design and an engineering perspective. Traditional methods for solving such structural systems rely on both analog modeling techniques and the use of highly advanced e
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Daniel A. Handel, M.D. Physician Profile
Dr. Dan Handel is the chief medical officer of Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Medical Center and an associate professor of medicine and pediatrics, division of Emergency Medicine. In his role, he is responsible for overseeing patient flow, case management, process improvement and the medical directors throughout the hospital. Prior to his current position, he served as the Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Oregon Health & Sciences University
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Verb Song from Grammaropolis - "Lights! Camera!! Action Verb!!!" (Action and Linking Verbs)
Students will enjoy this cute animated video filled with funny characters as they learn about action and linking verbs. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review action and linking verbs in the classroom. (3:55)
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Apple undervalued by $300 a share: StarMine
July 23 - On the eve of Apple's latest earnings, one top StarMine analyst says the tech titan should be trading at $900.
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Seoul holds rates amid uncertainty
July 14 - South Korea's central bank reaffirms anti-inflation stance, but stands pat on rates amid global uncertainty and high household debt levels. Arnold Gay reports.
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History of Egypt: Romans Times to the Present
This three minute video explains who the Muslims took over Egypt and the events that occured in that country from the time of the Roman conquest to the Suez Canal and its impact on the people. The video ends abruptly after Great Britain declares Egypt independent.
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Great Pyramid Mystery Solved?
How were the blocks raised to the top of the 489ft Great Pyramid? An architect develops a theory about a snaking internal ramp inside the pyramid. This video includes a 3D model and shows how cranes could have been used. This video could be used in science classes as well as history ones.
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4.3 Thinking mathematics

‘Thinking mathematically’ is something that everyone does. It involves:

  • problem-solving and decision-making;

  • logical reasoning;

  • communication (including using diagrams, charts, graphs and symbols);

  • making connections and recognising common characteristics;

  • using mathematical tools, including calculations and measures.

Much of the mathematical thinking done in
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3.8 Psychosocial theories of identity

This section does not discuss theories of identity in detail. It is important to note, however, that the theory associated with Erik Erikson, a German psychoanalyst who worked in the USA from the 1930s, has been very influential in social work and continues to be so. Erikson (1950) proposed eight stages of life, from infancy to old age, and each stage had its own particular task in the development of an individual's identity.

Erikson's theory is one of several and should not be regarded
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What If Public Schools Were Abolished?

[Day 27 of Robert Wenzel's 30-day reading list that will lead you to become a knowledgeable libertarian, this Mises Daily was originally published April 7, 2008.]

In American culture, public schools are praised in public and criticized in p
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Spacecraft Design: Beat the Heat
To understand the challenges of satellite construction, student teams design and create model spacecraft to protect vital components from the harsh conditions found on Mercury and Venus. They use slices of butter in plastic eggs to represent the internal data collection components of the spacecraft. To discover the strengths and weaknesses of their designs, they test their unique thermal protection systems in a planet simulation test box that provides higher temperature and pressure conditions.
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'Let Detroit Go Bankrupt'
Mitt Romney's infamous New York Times editorial about the auto bailout could hurt him in Michigan, said Charles Ballard, economist and director of the State of the State Survey at Michigan State University.
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Are you creating value for your firm?
It’s a tough world out there and only firms that succeed in creating value will survive in the long-term. The key is to focus on what your customers really want.


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A new paradigm for sustainable growth
Many companies are pushing financial performance and sidelining environmental and social objectives.


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Dream your way to success
It’s not all about business plans and spreadsheets and getting to the next goal. The picture of real success is at least partly in your mind.
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Euronews: Confronting the revolution
Can a consortium of state broadcasters win the war for news viewers in the age of social media?


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