Resettling refugees
Ed Grode has become a familiar face at Kakuma, helping families relocate and persevere. Editing by Dwight Irwin, synapsevideo.com, and Andy Burd.
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Differentiatie in onderwijs : Succesfactoren van gedifferentieerd werken
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De site bevat:

  • ideeën om te differentiëren in de klas;
  • manieren om het schoolteam te ondersteunen op vlak van differentiatie;
  • inspiratie om als lerarenopleider je studenten te leren differentiëren.

Op klasniveau biedt de site …


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This case study reports on enhancing the first year student experience by engaging students in the practise of business through provision of a coherent and relevant set of learning activities
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Change-making beyond the catwalk
Fashion journalist and sustainability expert Clare Press hosts an panel that reveals change-making is as diverse as the fashion world itself. Everyone can make a difference — as consumer, designer or industry-professional. She is joined by German designer Ina Budde and Melinda Tually, the driving force behind the Fashion Revolution Australia/NZ, as well as David Giles-Kaye, CEO of The Council of Textile and Fashion. Change-making beyond the catwalk on July 21, 2017, is presented by RMIT Gall
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1.6 Obesity treatment

Obesity treatment is only successful if weight is reduced and maintained to within a desired range. There are three approaches to obesity treatment: changing behaviour and diet is the most common approach although drugs and surgery can be used in some severe cases of obesity.

Behaviour and diet: it is important to be realistic about an obese patient's target weight as many patients have over-ambitious targets that they are unlikely to achieve. A severely obese patient probably ca
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1.2 Balanced energy intake

There is a need for a certain daily energy intake to allow metabolism to occur in the body. Metabolism means all the chemical reactions occurring in the body and there are two types of process involved: catabolism breaks down larger molecules into smaller ones often with energy release and anabolism is the building up of larger molecules from smaller precursors, often requiring energy. The body requires energy to power anabolic, mechanical (for example, muscle contraction
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2.7.1 Adipose tissue

In this course, there have been several references to adipose tissue. You probably have a sense of a rather inert (and, perhaps, hard to shift!) tissue acting as a long-term energy store, but this is only a small part of the story.

Adipose tissue consists of individual fat cells (adipocytes (Figure 12)) together with connective tissue, a rich blood supply that is shared with adjacent tissues, and innervation from the sympathetic nervous system. The adipocytes are large, clear cells cont
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Uruguay celebrates Carnival to its own special beat
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This is an interactive learning resource book targeted at families who want to learn together and improve their basic English and maths abilities.
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5.1 Introduction

The first genetically modified organisms (GMOs) were created in the early 1970s, but for much of the 1980s biotechnology was a phenomenon confined to the laboratory. In 1988, 'vegetarian cheese', the first food product created using GMOs, was introduced in the UK. This cheese was produced using chymosin, an enzyme derived from genetically modified bacteria, rather than the traditional animal product (rennet). Chymosin derived from GMOs is now used to produce 90% of the hard cheeses mad
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Monitoring soil health and complexity
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This course explores the application of environmental and economic development planning, policy and management approaches to urban neighborhood community development. Through an applied service learning approach, the course requires students to prepare a sustainable development plan for a community-based non-profit organization. Through this client-based planning project, students will have the opportunity to test how sustainable development concepts and different economic and environmental plan
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Your lungs pull in oxygen through your nose, mouth, and throat.  Then, in the lungs, the oxygen is transfered to the blood vessels and the lungs draw waste, carbon dioxide, out of the veins.  You can then exhale all of the waste!  Learn more about your respiratory system with this slide show from StudyJams.  Detailed images are set to music and information is printed under each photo.  A short, self-checking quiz is also provided with this link. 
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Learn more about Berklee Online's Music Writing and Production with the iPad course: http://bit.ly/1NOPG3X In this video, Berklee professor Andrea Pejrolo demonstrates how to work with the multi band compressor in Final Touch to add more punch to your mixes.
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