A-Z of Ireland
26 questions about Ireland with answers that work through the letters of the alphabet. Answers are at bottom of page.
All About Investigating
Information about why and how teachers can help children to develop their investigating skills. Relevant to all 4 content strands of the curriculum, it provides a list of class starter questions.
Coordination Exam: Abnormal Examples: Foot - Rapid Alternating Movements
Movements are slow and irregular with imprecise timing of agonist and antagonist muscle action. The first principle of neurologic diagnosis is regional or anatomical localization. In order to become skillful the student must understand how structure relates to function of the nervous system. The neurologic examination permits "dissection" of the nervous system and localizes the disease when present. Instead of simply memorizing the components of the exam, a logical and systematic approach to pro
Carrots are like radishes because the carrot and roots are under the soil while the green leaves gather sunlight above the soil. If you experiment with sections of the carrot or radish, you will see that cutting just the leaves and replanting them will cause the leaves to wilt and die in a few days. Sections of the carrot or radish will thrive in soil.
Facciamo lo scontrino
Aan het einde van deze unit kun je een drankje bestellen in een bar.
Asian stocks fall despite EU pledge
July 12 - Asian stocks fall despite EU pledge to help Greece and other EU debtors; including allowing a selective default to help Athens deal with its debt. Arnold Gay, reports.
Cerebellar Degeneration - Cranial Nerves Exam - Trigeminal (CN V) Nerves Sub-exam - Patient 17
This 62-year-old white male has had neurological problems dating back to 1990. His initial symptoms consisted of blurred vision and incoordination. Viewing the video requires installation of the free QuickTime Plug-in. Disease diagnosis: degenerative. Clinical history: When he turns his head to read road signs, his vision is distorted. Gait disturbances have progressed to the point that he is now extremely unsteady. He reels from side-to-side and hangs onto walls for balance. There has been prog
Cercariae of Digenetic Trematodes: Use In Laboratory Investigations
In the complex life cycle of a digenetic trematode, the cercaria larva is shed from a snail intermediate host and represents a short-lived, aquatic transfer stage to the next host. Due to its temporary free-living existence, the cercarial stage is ideal for a number of investigative projects. Two general experiments will be conducted with the unusually large cercaria of Proterometra macrostoma. Students assess the effect of: (1) different light wavelengths on the vertical swimming burst distance
A wind mill park in the village?
At the completion of this lesson you will be able to persuade others of your opinion, you will listen to specific and background information, you will evaluate the pros and cons, you will infer the meaning of unknown words.
The Entrepreneurial Experience
Many entrepreneurs believe that, regardless of formal education, there is no substitute for on-the-job learning. The Entrepreneurial Experience (MGMT 463 in Montana State University's College of Business) offers students real-world entrepreneurial experiences in projects assisting start-up companies. As a student in this class, you'll work with a company to resolve management, marketing, finance, or other business issues. While your specific project content will depend on the company's particula
Restructuring the Process of Dissertation Supervision Allocation
This article outlines the guiding principles and underlying assumptions that have influenced the system currently used. An outline and critique of the previous system of matching MSc Marketing students to dissertation supervisors is provided, as well as a description of the new system.
Using Module Reviews to Enhance Learning as a Reflective Practitioner: A Module Review Exemplar
A wide variety of forms of feedback are used to understand how one can better achieve learning outcomes or even if the learning outcomes themselves need to be changed. The data and processes used are explained in figures.
All My Reasons - Movie Clip from A Beautiful Mind.
Upon receiving the Nobel Prize, John Nash states that his greatest discovery was the love of his wife. (02:20)
Themes in this clip include:
Honor, Greatness, Accomplishment, Love, Logic, Humanity, Relationships, Marriage, Support, Appreciation, Recognition, Life, Wisdom, Significance, Enlightenment
How Will History Remember You? - Movie Clip from The Emperor's Club
In this brief clip from the movie The Emperor's Club, Professor Hundert talks with his class about the great leaders of history and how their legacies lasted through the generations. (02:47)
Themes in this clip include:
History, Legacy, Significance, Ambition, Education, Teaching, Learning, Accomplishment
Against All Odds - Movie Trailer from Secretariat
This movie trailer from Secretariat focuses on the will and determination of horse owner, Penny Chenery. (02:16)
Themes in this clip include:
Risk, Persistence, Challenges, Confidence, Ambition, Passion, Race, Perseverance, Winning, Carpe Diem, Accomplishment, Endurance, Goals, Victory, Fearless, Will, Overcomer
How to Work with PowerPoint Themes
How to Work with PowerPoint Themes - PowerPoint tutorial: this tutorial will show you how to work with PowerPoint themes. (03:39)
Oricalco - thermal shape memory fabric
The first orthogonal weaving example of Nitinol. The 'Thermal Shape Memory Alloy' is characterized by its extraordinary ability to recover any shape, pre-programmed, upon heating. Until today this light weight alloy with about 50% Titanium inside has been used in advanced sectors like space and recently in medical applications. Moreover this fabric is the first for which the shape memory alloy, named Nitinol, was weaved orthogonally that is to say that Oricalco is the first fabric with shape mem
Regulated Markets and Auctions - Microeconomic Analysis
Microeconomic Analysis - Spring 2006. Resource allocation and price determination. By the end of the semester, students should know the basic theory, models, and results of the topics covered. They should be able to use this knowledge to answer questions and analyze real-world situations. They should also be able to identify which theory or model is appropriate to analyze a particular question and explain why their answers are correct in intuitive, as well as mathematical, terms.