NASA CONNECT Water Below the Surface of Mars
In NASA CONNECT Water Below the Surface of Mars, students learn how geometry, geometric shapes, and navigation are used to explore Mars. They also learn how NASA researchers collect, analyze, and interpret the data collected from exploration to develop theories about the existence of water and life on Mars. Grades 4-8.
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Ozark, Alabama Downtown Plan
This document is a city plan for Ozark, Ala. dated October 25, 2007. Contents: Introduction to the plan -- Downtown revitalization concept -- Implementing the concept -- Organization -- Community promotion -- Design -- Economic structure -- Community connections -- Conclusion.
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Coordinate Geometry Activities
These games support student development of the concept of ordered pairs as they play to win each game.
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Introduction
This unit lays the foundation of Newtonian mechanics and in particular the procedure for solving dynamics problems. The preresquisite skills needed for this unit are the ability to solve first and second-order differential equations, a knowledge of vectors, and an understanding of the concept of a force
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Introduction

This unit looks at how characters might be drawn and how setting is established. It works on the different levels of c
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21A.226 Ethnic and National Identity (MIT)
An introduction to the cross-cultural study of ethnic and national identity. We examine the concept of social identity, and consider the ways in which gendered, linguistic, religious, and ethno-racial identity components interact. We explore the history of nationalism, including the emergence of the idea of the nation-state, as well as ethnic conflict, globalization, identity politics, and human rights.

1. Astrobiology and Space Exploration: The Big Bang, Our Universe, and All That Jazz (January 8, 200
Physics, research, experimentation, astronomy, extraterrestrial life, planets, asteroids, cosmology, measurements, data, innovation, development, history, science, telescopes, observations, theories, predictions, telescopes, instruments, light, expansioni
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1960s Protest: From Reform to Revolution
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2.2 Postscript
How is your image of a place influenced and changed? Does it depend on whether you are a resident or an outsider? How do government and tourism campaigns and stories in the media affect your perception? This unit uses images of Glasgow to explore this multifaceted concept.
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1.3 Constructing a new image
How is your image of a place influenced and changed? Does it depend on whether you are a resident or an outsider? How do government and tourism campaigns and stories in the media affect your perception? This unit uses images of Glasgow to explore this multifaceted concept.
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1.1 Why Glasgow?
How is your image of a place influenced and changed? Does it depend on whether you are a resident or an outsider? How do government and tourism campaigns and stories in the media affect your perception? This unit uses images of Glasgow to explore this multifaceted concept.
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Cyber Security Education
How much personal information do you have stored on the internet? Think about how many times you have entered your phone number, address and even your social security number into an online bill payment, application or form.
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1.2 Note taking

Different ways of note taking include:

  1. Re-writing:

    Here, the rewording of main parts in a unit or article is undertaken. The advantage of this method is that you have thought about course concepts and ideas, and put them into your own words. Here you are summarising points and trying to do this concisely. This does not mean copying directly from the text (unless it is a short quotation you have referenced and chosen to illustrate a point)
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1.2 What’s in this unit?

As you have probably realised from reading this far, there are also other aspects to the unit. We will have a look at these in a moment.

This unit is divided into five sections including this introduction. Each section encourages you to see how learning can underpin personal change.

Section 1 (this section) – Introduction. This section introduces the unit. It gives you an idea of how the unit is structured and what approaches to learning and change it takes.

Section 2 –
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Introduction

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Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns
Can a theory that explains why successful organizations fail and newcomers prevail help turn around America’s public schools? Michael B. Horn describes how the idea of disruptive innovation, developed by management researcher and author Clayton M. Christensen, can provide a fresh perspective on struggling education systems
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4 Conclusion
Disney and Google are just two companies renowned for their ‘business culture’. Have you ever wondered why the company you work for is different from others? This unit explores how the concept of culture developed to the point where it is now possible to see and (feel) the difference between companies.
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2.2 Symbols within business
Disney and Google are just two companies renowned for their ‘business culture’. Have you ever wondered why the company you work for is different from others? This unit explores how the concept of culture developed to the point where it is now possible to see and (feel) the difference between companies.
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2.1 Culture as socialisation
Disney and Google are just two companies renowned for their ‘business culture’. Have you ever wondered why the company you work for is different from others? This unit explores how the concept of culture developed to the point where it is now possible to see and (feel) the difference between companies.
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