Specializing in saltwater aquariums, Nic Tiemens and Joe Pineda love the challenge of recreating a slice of the ocean indoors. Day in and day out, they use volume calculations, temperature, measurement and science to create these beautiful habitats. This video shows how math is used to design and build an aquarium and its impact on the owners. Running time 5:25 minutes
Oceans, Climate Change and Christianity: The Earth's Story and God's Story
Prof Meric Srokosz : Seminar
Desert Biome Rap
This video features a student's rap about the characteristics of the desert biome. In the rap, the student defines deserts and describes how plant/animal life thrive in the desert. (03:16)
BIOL 350-01, Comparative Vertebrate Morphology, Fall 2006
SPECIFIC COURSE GOALS 1) To Learn some vertebrate structures. 2) To learn some development of this structure. 3) To study some of the evolution of this structure. 4) To study some of the function of this structures 5) Finally, to learn a little about how all of the above are studied.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
St. Petersburg Collegiate High School - SPCHS
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege A three-year curriculum allows serious students the opportunity to simultaneously complete the requirements for a high school diploma and varying credits of college course work toward an associates degree. The educational programs are distinctive, not only for the melding of secondary and postsecondary curricula but also for the employment of various instructional strategies to accommodate different learning styles, the use of technology across t
Algebra 2 Students Good Work
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How to add a table to an ER
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Probability: Random Isn't So Random
A lot of events in our life seem random or impossible to predict. However, with probability theory we can learn more about these things to solve interesting problems that range from the lottery to diagnosing medical diseases. By teaching you basic principles and more advanced topics about theorems and models, this class will give you the tools to see the world in a different way that may not be intuitive but is proved by the math behind it.
Relevant material from MIT's introductory courses to support students as they study and educators as they teach the AP Calculus curriculum.
Europe in Crisis: The World Wars in Europe
World War I and World War II are often seen as one large war by historians. We will look at both wars from a political, military and social perspective, focusing on the effect that these wars had on Europe. We might also discuss non-European aspects on the war, though in less depth. Topics include the buildup to WWI, trench warfare, the Treaty of Versaiiles, the rise of the Nazi party, re-armament, and the entrance of America into WWII, among many other topics relating to the two world wars. T
Leadership Training Institute
The purpose of this program is to educate students on the significance of leadership and relay the concepts of leadership through an interactive curriculum. We hope to instill in our students the four cornerstones of our program: charisma, knowledge, teamwork, and self-reflection.
Ionizing Radiation, Part 1: Atoms
This film briefly considers the nature of atoms as an introduction to an educational unit on the health effects of ionizing radiation (radioactivity). Educational concepts include atoms, nucleus, proton, neutron, electron, element, isotope, electrical charges, and ions. This instructional film is from Kansas State University's web-based course, GENAG 711, Occupational and Agricultural Health. Copyright 2011, Mitch Ricketts.
Ionizing Radiation, Part 2: Radioactive Decay
This film examines the process of radioactive decay as part of an educational unit on the health effects of ionizing radiation (radioactivity). Educational concepts include radioisotope, radioactive decay, alpha radiation, beta radiation, gamma radiation, x-radiation, decay chain, and half-life. This instructional film is from Kansas State University's web-based course, GENAG 711, Occupational and Agricultural Health. Copyright 2011, Mitch Ricketts.
Ionizing Radiation, Part 3: Hazards and Controls
This film explores the health effects of ionizing radiation (radioactivity). The film also examines methods for reducing exposures to radiation in workplaces. Educational concepts include ionizing radiation, radiation sickness, radiation burns, other health effects, ion pairs, free radicals, penetration versus interaction, and time/distance/shielding. This instructional film is from Kansas State University's web-based course, GENAG 711, Occupational and Agricultural Health. Copyright 2011, Mitch
Ionizing Radiation, Part 4: Alpha Radiation
This film examines exposures to alpha particles that are emitted from the nuclei of some heavy, unstable atoms. Major topics include health effects, exposures, and protective measures. Other educational concepts include internal radiation hazard, radon and its daughters/progeny. This instructional film is from Kansas State University's web-based course, GENAG 711, Occupational and Agricultural Health. Copyright 2011, Mitch Ricketts.