Circus in America: 1793-1940
This archive traces the history of the American circus since 1793, when British equestrian John Rickets presented the first circus in America. Learn about the acts, animals, people, music, and marketing of circuses -- and the impact of the circus on popular culture in America. Get an in depth look at six major circuses, including P.T. Barnum and the Ringling Brothers. A timeline and video clips are provided. The site contains artifacts from private collections, museums, archives, brought togethe
INN Placement Website
This artefact outlines the creation of a new website for Innovation North students holding details of all work placements (short, long term, voluntary, paid).The Institute for Enterprise funded the project and the money helped pay a student to maintain the website for a year
DelphiS Keyword Searching(Worksheet)
DelphiS Keyword Searching(Worksheet)
Virtual Maths - Shapes, Space and Measure, Theodolite Survey simulation
Simulation of using a thodolite to calculate the height of a building.
Implement Minimal Environmental Impact Practices
This Unit covers the basic knowledge and skills to ensure that practices are implemented to achieve minimal environmental impact whilst participating in outdoor activities under supervision.At the end of your study of this unit, you should be able to determine the environmental impacts of outdoor recreation activities. You should be able to adopt practices to reduce impact on the natural environment and on other users of wilderness areas
Social, political, economical and environmental impacts on health
This learning object addresses the competency required to work in the context of Aboriginal history, considering the impact of social, political, economic and environmental factors on Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.
Plan for minimal Environment Impact Practices
This unit is about planning for minimal environmental impact. It is of a practical nature - you will need to show your understanding of the unit competencies in practical ways, that is, in the field and over a period of time. It covers the knowledge and skills to plan outdoor activities to ensure that minimal environmental impact occurs. At the end of your study, you should understand key ecological concepts and identify sources and types of environmental impact. You will become aware of land ma
Impact of the Digital camera Craig Bloxsome talks about the impact of using Digital cameras with Construction students at Gloucestershire College
Craig Bloxsome talks about the impact of using Digital cameras with Construction students at Gloucestershire College
Teaching with technology is infectious! Newcastle College teacher educators Carrie Rodger and Shona Dunn talk about the impact that their own use of technology with trainee teachers has had.
Newcastle College teacher educators Carrie Rodger and Shona Dunn talk about the impact that their own use of technology with trainee teachers has had.
A flavour of the impact of MoLeNET A short collection of extracts from other videos giving a flavour of the impact of MoLeNET
A short collection of extracts from other videos giving a flavour of the impact of MoLeNET
Use of Heuristics to Facilitate Scientific Discovery Learning in a Simulation Learning Environment i
This article describes a study into the role of heuristic support in facilitating discovery learning through simulation-based learning. The study compares the use of two such learning environments in the physics domain of collisions. In one learning environment (implicit heuristics) heuristics are only used to provide the learner with guidance derived from heuristics, without presenting the heuristics themselves; in the other (explicit heuristics) the heuristics themselves are also made explicit
How introducing the ITQm into teacher training can impact on other colleagues This short audio clip demonstrates how implementing the ITQm into the DTTLS, or similar, can impact on other staff by way of a peer cascade process that occurs within teams or workrooms
This short audio clip demonstrates how implementing the ITQm into the DTTLS, or similar, can impact on other staff by way of a peer cascade process that occurs within teams or workrooms
019 Impressed by Light: British Photographs from Paper Negatives, 1840–1860
Guest curator Roger Taylor traces the history and impact of the paper negative, or calotype, which was invented by Henry Talbot in 1841.
Why Fathers Matter to Their Children's Literacy
This paper summarises, and draws together, findings from a range of sources about fathers’ involvement with their children, with a particular emphasis on their involvement with literacy practices and the potential impact on outcomes for children in literacy.
Because our power grid can power the future
University of Minnesota researchers are trying to make more energy with less impact on the environment and on our infrastructure. Professor Massoud Amin is a smart grid expert and believes there is a more intelligent way to deliver electricity. If we could power the United States with a smart grid, it would not only save money, it would also boost energy security.
The Ways: Great Lakes Native Culture & Language
The Ways is a series of stories from Native communities around the central Great Lakes. This online educational resource for 6-12 grade students features videos and an interactive map exploring contemporary Native culture and language. The Ways supports educators in meeting the requirements of Wisconsin Act 31, seeking to expand and challenge current understanding of Native identity and communities.
Quality Processes: Unit 2: Quality in small business
This module is the second in a series of quality focused modules in the Certificate III in Small Business Management. In this unit we will look at how management of these internal operations has an impact on profitability and how quality-driven processes are essential if a business is to achieve and maintain a competitive advantage. We will also look at the impact of external factors on a business's ability to introduce and maintain quality processes; the main external factors being suppliers,
Maintain personal hygiene
Maintaining personal hygiene in the workplace is all about your personal presentation and cleanliness, your clothing and footwear, and what to do if you are ill or have a health condition. All these aspects of personal hygiene impact on the quality and safety of the food and service you provide to your customers. Poor personal hygiene can also affect the health of your work colleagues. So there are many important reasons why personal hygiene standards must be in place and
Civil Rights History Project: Charles F. McDew
Charles F. McDew oral history interview for the Civil Rights History Project conducted by Joseph Mosnier in Albany, Georgia, 2011-06-04.
Impact testing of polymer
Impact testing of a polymer specimen.