Once you have got a general understanding of the process of learning how to learn, and have tried applying it to an assignment, you may be able to see how the same approach can be applied to revision, exams or any other form of assessment at the end of your course. This section looks at how the four phases (preparing, exploring, implementing and reviewing) relate to revision and exams. You may want to remind yourself of the overall process by looking again at
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Presentation covered topics: HSC-IT Managers Update, IT Highlight: Math, Distance Education Classrooms, and Campus VPN.
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The Butterfly Circus (Part One)
This is a short Christian film starring Nick Vujicic about a man who learns how to overcome adversity and to be accepted by his peers. The setting is in the Depression era with a traveling circus. (The 'limbless' man may be difficult for younger children to watch.) (10:01)
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This Part requires you to present a portfolio of your work to demonstrate that you have used and integrated your number skills within your study or work activities to achieve the standard required. For example, you might include learning about new mathematical techniques to tackle a particular task; using graphs, diagrams, tables or charts more effectively in presenting, analysing and comparing results; setting up and using mathematical models to predict and explain behaviour; using equations
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Learn How to Draw a Box and Whisker Plot
Students learn to make a box-and-whisker plot for a given data
set using the following steps. This video describes, first, how to write the data set in order from least to greatest. Next, find the second quartile, which is the median for the entire data set. Next, find the first quartile, which is the median for the lower half of the data set, and find the third quartile, which is the median for the upper half of the data set. Next, find the least and greatest numbers in the data set. Next

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Leif Eriksson vs. Christopher Columbus
Did a Viking explorer travel from Greenland to modern day Canada in the 11th century, beating Christopher Columbus by nearly 400 years? (02:25)

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Jackson Pollock's Echo Number 25
Discussion by Malena-Amaranta Negrao, Cheryl Stoever, & Professor John Benton Download here.
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Als je deze kaartjes met verkeersborden tweemaal afdrukt heb je een verkeersbordenmemory.

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Dyer, C. (2004) â€˜Coe ruling keeps a limit on privacy rightsâ€™, Guardian, Monday 31 May.
Tomlinson, H. and Thomson, M. (2004) â€˜New model privacyâ€™, New Law Journal, NLJ 154. 7130(794), 28 May.

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Wie van mijn familie is er gesneuveld tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog? En hoeveel inwoners van mijn streek? Wie waren die jongens? Wat deden ze vóór de oorlog? Hoe en waar zijn ze gesneuveld? Waar liggen ze begraven?

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The Pine Tree
This short video explains the reproduction process of the Pine tree and as well as the parts of the male and female cones. It also briefly addresses the adaptations of the pine tree and pine needles. Run time 02:41
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Liverworts, Mosses, and Ferns
This videoÂ gives a quick overview of some different types of spore-bearing plants. Dr. Matt von Konrat explains the reproductionÂ of liverworts, mosses, and ferns to a high school group of students.Â  Audio is poor but information is good.Â  Run time 07:50
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Da Representa??o ? Modelagem (From Representation Towards Modeling)
This work intends to structure a conceptual and technical referential to guide the development of the ?Post-Graduate Drawing Course - from traditional tracing to computer graphics? (DTGC-IFM,UFPel, RS, Brasil), related to the process of using the computer technology for problem-solving in graphics representation. The referential intends to evaluate the level of development, and also orientate the investments with qualification of the staff, hardware and software. This study refers only to the pr
Author(s): Adriane Borda Da Silva, A., F?lix, N.R., Magall?n

Employee engagement
Engagement is a key buzzword in 21st century management. Strategic human resource management rests on the belief that people are the key to achieving competitive advantage. Employees need to be seen as assets to be developed, not costs to be controlled. This free course explores three key themes: employee engagement, employee involvement and collective aspects of employee relations.
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One of the most common classifications and one that is used by many legal systems, is the distinction between civil and criminal law. As civil and criminal law have different purposes, different systems for dealing with them have developed.

Criminal law is about creating laws for the protection of society as a whole and providing punishment for those who break those laws. Criminal law sets out types of behaviour that are forbidden within society and if the behaviour occurs, then punishm
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WWII Newsreel
Castile Films Newsreel covering Germany's early expansion and the surrender of France. Highlights British resistance before American entry into the war, as well as General De Gaulle's continued resistance. Depictions of combat on land and sea, including the devastation of London and Buckingham Palace. The video ends abruptly with an excerpt of Winston Churchill.

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How to Grow Strawberries in a Container
A gardener shows how to grow strawberries in a container in this clip.  This is a great way to keep them away from predators, and growing them in groups of at least three will help them grow into a healthy bunch. She explains how to cover the roots and leave the plant
exposed.

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Engage Super League: A Skills for Life Learning Resource.
An interactive learning resource booklet on the subject of Rugby League, designed to offer the family fun educational activities to improve basic maths and English.
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## Activity 3: Openings to everyday scene

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Think of examples of everyday scenes, at home or a work, which could be radically reshaped by an opening r
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