Radiology Lab 0: Introduction to 2D and 3D Imaging
This is a self-directed learning module to introduce students to basic concepts of imaging technology as well as to give students practice going between 2D and 3D imaging using everyday objects.
Name That Valve
Practice identifying heart valves on chest films.
Alternative discussion formats: a public relations campaign
By creating a PR campaign for a historical or literary figure, students can practice a wide range of thinking skills.
KS2 Numeracy SATs revision 5
This module tests both money and time. There are levels with practice questions, some with word problems and some with mixed examples. The final levels test everything - one with 20 questions and one with 50! The order of questions is randomised. Progress is tracked and numerous awards given for achievement at each level.
English as a Second Language: General Practice
Practice for upper intermediate students of English as a Second Language.
Elementary Mathematics: Times Tables II
Learn and practice times tables. This is the second of two modules and practices the 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 12 times tables. It includes multiplication testing, corresponding division exercises and missing-operand exercises as part of a range of different task types designed to develop an all-round understanding of the times tables.
Lunch Poems: Joanne Kyger
A prominent figure in California's poetry scene for decades, Joanne Kyger writes poetry influenced by her practice of Zen Buddhism and her ties to the poets of Black Mountain, the San Francisco Renaissance, and the Beat Generation. Her latest collection, About Now: Collected Poems is forthcoming from National Poetry Foundation. She frequently teaches at New College and the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics.
Reading, vocabulary, grammar: Abendessen bei of the family Morgenroth
In this you learn vocabulary and expressions connected with table manners. You also practice conjugating verbs.
Reading, grammar, culture: Basel, city on the Rhine
You practice your reading skills and learn about the city Basel. You practice the declension of articles and adjectives.
To listen, vocabulary, grammar: Und jetzt which Wettervorhersage für Sonntag
At the completion of this lesson you will understand the essential information of a weather report aired on the radio. You will practice the various adjectives.
Listening, vocabulary: What are you going to do?
You practice your listening skills and vocabulary in relation to what you do in your free time and for sport.
The use case specification of actions in the goal oriented knowledge based learning environment
The proposed goal oriented knowledge acquisition and assessment are based on the flexible educational model and allows to implement an adaptive control of the enhanced learning process according to the requirements of student's knowledge level, his state of cognition and subject learning history. The enhanced learner knowledge model specifies how the cognition state of the user will be achieved step by step. The use case actions definition is a starting point of the specification that depends o
Approche auteur pour les Situations Actives d'Apprentissage : Scénarios, Suivi et Ingénierie
Not available,Mémoire d'Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, spécialité informatique, Université Joseph Fourier – Grenoble 1, Laboratoire CLIPS- IMAG, Grenoble, 22 Octobre 2005
Understanding Phrases in Music!
One of the basics in music theory is the phrase. Sometimes it is made up of 8 measures. This video, done in lecture style on a white board discusses phrasing. (6:15)
Fellowship artist profile: Dana Claxton (Lakota)
Dana Claxton (Lakota)
Video Installation and Photography
Vancouver, British Columbia
Through her art practice, Dana Claxton has critiqued many aspects of government, religion and consumer culture as they affect and disaffect contemporary Aboriginal peoples in Canada and the United Sates. She has produced many single-channel works, video installations and performances in the past decade. Pieced together, these projects form a subversive societal critique using traditional knowledge a
SFX à l'Université de Montréal
Communication faisant état de l'implantation de SFX à l'Université de Montréal, présentée dans le cadre de l'activité de formation « OpenURL : pourquoi et comment ? » du programme de formation continue de la Corporation des bibliothécaires professionnels du Québec, le 4 février 2005.
To Survive at High Velocity
Racecar teams look to reduce the time it takes their cars to complete a circuit. They focus most of their efforts on improving what's called cornering speed, because it's in the corners, where cars must reduce speed, that precious time is lost. Using a mix of practice lap and actual race footage, this video segment, adapted from NOVA, highlights the forces at work on a racecar as it travels around a track. Closed captioning included. Run time 06:28.
Active Participation: Using Math Templates
Using math templates during instruction keeps each student actively involved and allows the teacher to informally assess each student's proficiency with the skills and concepts addressed in the day's lesson. Many teachers regularly use whiteboards to have students record answers, write terms, draw pictures, etc. The use of templates in sheet protectors extends this practice and eliminates the time spent drawing diagrams, etc., allowing students more time to demonstrate mathematical proficiency.
Approaches to Computer Aided Architectural Composition
We have a pleasure to present a book of texts related to computer use in the field of architectural composition, showing its various aspects. As the field of composition is very wide - the papers represent also a wide spectrum of interests and approaches to Computer Aided Architectural Composition: from formal experiments, based either on mathematics or intuition, through educational and design methods, examples from architectural practice, computer based analytical systems to a new (and revolut
Computer - Tool vs. Medium
We have arrived an important juncture in the history of computing in our profession: This history is long enough to reveal clear trends in the use of computing, but not long to institutionalize them. As computers peremate every area of architecture - from design and construction documents to project administration and site supervision - can ?virtual practice? be far behind? In the old days, there were basically two ways of architects working. Under stress. Or under lots more stress. Over time, s