Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science: Session 7. Our Nearest Neighbor: The Moon
Why is the Moon, our nearest neighbor in the solar system, so different from the Earth? In this session, participants explore the complex connections between the Earth and Moon, the origin of the Moon, and the roles played by gravity and collisions in the Earth–Moon system.,Students and scientists explore the question: How did people explore the moon?
Author(s): Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

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Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science: Session 2. Every Rock Tells A Story
How can we use rocks to understand events in the Earth’s past? In this session, participants explore the processes that form sedimentary rocks, learn how fossils are preserved, and are introduced to the theory of plate tectonics.,Students and scientists explore the question: How can studying rocks help us understand Earth's past?
Author(s): Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

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School District Level Leadership Scenarios
Dr. Gene Spanneut
This in-class activity is intended for use with educational administration students in a course on school district level leadership. The objective is to have students respond to short prepared […]

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Summary of business headlines: Starbucks, Green Mountain announce partnership, stocks soar; AOL to shed 900 jobs -source; Data reignite global economy concerns; Wall Street tumbles nearly two percent.
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How to Answer Functions SAT Math Questions - Understanding function questions on the SAT Math exam. (01:26)
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Overview of the Plant Kingdom
Like the Animal Kingdom, the Plant Kingdom is also a major part of the Linnaean system of classification that includes organisms like trees, bushes and grasses. The plants in this kingdom can be called autotrophs because they perform photosynthesis to provide food for themselves. These organisms also provide oxygen for humans and animals to survive.  (05:52)
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5.2 Human rights in the international arena

The UN's 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights asserted that the ‘recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world’. It further affirmed that human rights should be protected by the rule of law, that they were ‘essential to promote the development of friendly relations between nations’, that these fundamental human rights include the equal rights be
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Fed holds steady amid Japan crisis
The Federal Reserve kept rates near zero despite signs of a pickup in U.S. economic growth.
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Buying Low, Flying High: carbon offsets and partial compliance
Many airlines allow their customers to 'offset' the emissions caused by flying. Is it permissible to fly purely for pleasure as long as we buy carbon offsets? Kai Spiekermann is lecturer in political philosophy at LSE's Department of Government.
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1.3.4 Hormonal control of sperm production

The most important hormone involved in controlling sperm production is a steroid called testosterone. This is produced in the testis itself, by the Leydig cells (see Figure 12a). The testosterone is released from the Leydig cells between the tubules, and taken up by the neighbouring Sertoli cells. The Leydig cells are stimulated to make testosterone by two other hormones, luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), which are both produced by the pituitary gland and
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IE9 on 9 - Some Interesting Links to Related Demos and Conversations

IE9 shipped on Monday, March 14, 2011 at 9PM PST (UTC-8). Our fearless dev leader Duncan mentioned to me over lunch today that he thought it would be a really good idea to provide a single post on 9 with links to good C9 content related to IE9 (we tend to go out early on 9 and some of our best IE9 content was released well before RTM or RTW...). I agree. Good thinking, Duncan. Good thinking.

So, here goes. The
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Slavery, Evil Deeds, and Re-thinking the Past: A basis for discussion
World renowned scholar of the Transatlantic slave trade, Professor Jim Walvin asks what is evil, what brings it about, what makes ordinary people do terrible deeds? Can historians begin to rethink Atlantic slavery in this context? And what do we learn fro (Running Time 82:01)
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2.1 Accounting for the consequences of environmental harm
This unit considers environmental responsibility and what may matter from a caring perspective and an accountability perspective. Caring for an environment compromising the natural world and ensuring accountability for harm or wrong done to the environment.
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Ed Ray Visits OSU Cascades Campus
OSU President, Ed Ray, visited the OSU Cascades campus in Bend on Monday, February 7.
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