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Thermodynamics
This 37-slide PowerPoint presentation covers thermodynamics in metamorphic rocks. Gas phases are described in terms of gas pressure-volume relationships in light of the ideal gas law. T-X relationships and compositional variations are considered in describing qualitative solutions to dehydration reactions. The presentation covers geothermobarometry in detail, using P-T diagrams to illustrate the concepts. This resource is part of the Teaching Petrology collection. http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWo
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Cooking Up a Comet
In this activity (page 1-5 of PDF), learners use dry ice and a few household materials to model the chemical composition of a comet. This recipe is fun to make and is a very dramatic way to begin a unit on comets; it is one of the more scientifically accurate demonstrations in astronomy. However, this activity can be messy and exercise caution when using dry ice.
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Implementing Mobile and e-learning in Health and Social Care
As part of a submission for the IMS Global Award, this film discusses the outputs of the ALPS CETL and demonstrates the impact that they have had on learning and assessment in practice settings, particularly focussing on the development of competency maps, 360degree multiprofessional asessment tools and the use of mobile technology to deliver these innovative assessment processes to the Health and Social Care students on placement.
Author(s): Jill Taylor,Catherine Coates,Trudie Roberts,Chris

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Crayfish Investigations
This activity has learners interacting with live crayfish, but could be adapted for a variety of similar hardy and interesting organisms. Instructions are provided for facilitating free and guided observations, including how to make explicit things learners wonder and notice, and sharing them by posting them on index cards. There is extensive background about how to buy and maintain crayfish, along with general "Crayfish Information Cards" for learners.
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From Meteorology to Mitigation: Understanding Global Warming
METEO 469 is a required course for the Bachelor of Arts in Energy Sustainability and Policy on-line degree program, geared towards students who are able to study only part-time and at a distance. This course provides an introduction to global warming and climate change, covering the basic science, projected impacts, and approaches to mitigation. Watch this introduction video by the course author, Michael Mann:
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2nd MIT Presidential Election Conference

Session 7


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Highlights of President Mary Sue Coleman's Leadership Address
Highlights of President Mary Sue Coleman's annual Leadership Breakfast as she shared plans and announcements that will shape the University in the upcoming months and years. October 30, 2012.
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Sheldon Smith, a voice in politics


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20 great podcasts for busy teachers

A few years back I worked at a school that was about an hour from where I lived.  Initially the drive used to drive me insane, but then someone put me onto some really great teaching podcasts. 

I found these in many ways superseded what I learnt about teac
Author(s): Kevin Cummins

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Teacher Education Seminar - 11/15/12
Teacher Education Seminar | "No More Boring Lessons--Utilizing Common Core Standards."
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Gru, mi villano favorito
Aquí tienen un clip de una película famosa en los Estados Unidos, "Despicable Me." Se podría utilizar este vídeo en una clase de español para hacer preguntas de comprensión después de mostrar. (02:20)
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The need for a department of death and renewal
Nick Wood, entrepreneur and business advisor, looks at why all businesses today need a 'death and renewal' department that has the ability to make difficult decisions to ensure the long-term survival of the organisation
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Prof. Dr. Klaus Tochtermann - Der Informatikprofessor
By: ZBW Professor Dr. Klaus Tochtermann, Direktor der Deutschen Zentralbibliothek für Wirtschaftswissenschaften – Leibniz-Informationszentrum Wirtschaft (ZBW), erläutert in diesem Kurzinterview die Inhalte der ZBW-Forschung zu Science 2.0.
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A Lunchtime Poetry Reading – Emma Neale
The Department of English presents a lunchtime poetry reading featuring author Emma Neale. Emma is the 2012 Burns Fellow at the University of Otago and has published several successful volumes of poetry and novels. 11 September 2012.
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Patricia Hunt and Sandra Steingraber || Radcliffe Institute
Cloudy With a Chance of Solutions The Radcliffe Institute's annual science symposium in 2012 focused on the important and challenging topic of water. 00:00 "Are Environmental Contaminants Affecting Your Reproductive Health?" Patricia Hunt, Washington State University 48:06 "Fracking Our Water: Emerging Threats to Drinking Water in an Age of Extreme Fossil Fuel Extraction" Sandra Steingraber, Ecologist and Author
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Europe Day Ahead: Greek debt deal looks elusive
Nov. 12 - A Greek debt deal looks elusive, Hollande faces a grilling and general strikes take hold in Spain and Portugal - Europe's day ahead
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"Fool's Gold" Standards

In a recent Mises Daily, "A Golden Opportunity," Patrick Barron and Godfrey Bloom make the case for Germany to withdraw from the monetary union combined with a strong argument that "a golden Deutsche Mark is possible and desirable." This recommendation may be a step in the right direction, but it leaves Germany with a c
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The Presidential Election Results: Implications for U.S. Healthcare | HSPH
Two days after Barack Obama was reelected as the President of the U.S., The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health convened policy experts to explore the implications of the outcome for the healthcare system. How will Medicare be affected? How will key health system players such as hospitals and doctors be affected? Will the recently upheld healthcare law be newly scrutinized? And how will the U.S. Congress respond? This event was presented in collaboration with Reuters. Watch the entire seri
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Session 5: Supporting students with particular needs

Purpose of this session

Starting a university course presents many new challenges.  Most new students will find that they need some academic, technical, mobility, accessibility, financial or personal support at some point during their course. Online students have the same needs and requirements as  their campus-based counterparts.


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Breakingviews: Lonmin spurns Xstrata - for now
Nov. 9 - The big platinum miner spurned 25% owner Xstrata's demand for management change in return for backing its $817mln rights issue. It can afford to, for now, says Reuters Breakingviews.
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