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Creating a Simple Animation in Edge Animate
There is a lot more to creating an Edge Animate composition than simply moving things from here to there. This lesson will walk you through the creation of a composition involving motion, tweening, and the use of eases in a typical Animate project.
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2.4 Systems thinking

‘The whole is more than the sum of its parts’ is a good place to start thinking about systems. A car is more than its individual components. We can think of a football team as being more than a collection of individual players or a family being more than a group of people who share the same name.

Each of these examples – the car, the football team and the family – can be seen as systems. Individual parts of a system are connected together in some way for a purpose.

Example
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Stage 1: Problem definition (what is the problem?)

The aim of the first stage is to identify and describe the problem or opportunity. While each stage depends on the success of the previous stage, it is the initial stages of a project that set the direction for the work as a whole. For this reason a clear definition and firm agreement on the problem or opportunity are essential.

Problems and opportunities are like two sides of a coin: one of them can always be formulated in terms of the other. The best way to distinguish between them is
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Robot Bullies - Part 2
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Vidéo 3D de démo d'un itinéraire dans la région du Mont d'or
Vidéo montrant une représentation 3D permettant de visualiser le passage d'une carte plane à une géométrie 3D et d'observer le relief en cuesta dans l'objectif de préparer une séance de terrain autour de Limonest dans le Rhône.
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Acknowledgements

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to use the following photographs in this unit:

Figure 2 Riveter based on the cover of the exhibition catalogue for ‘Clydebuilt: The River, its Ships and its People’, organised by the Clyde Maritime Trust Ltd.;

Figure 3 Glasgow Herald/Caledonian Newspapers Limited;

Figure 4 Mr Happy adaptation: Mr Men and Little Miss™ and © 1995 Mrs Roger Hargreaves; (all) Courtesy: City of Glasgow;

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All About Astrology : The Sign Libra in Astrology
Libra is a diplomatic and superficial sign, get expert tips and advice on astrology, sun signs, and the zodiac in this video.
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All About Astrology : The Sign Virgo in Astrology
Virgo is an analytical and skeptical sign, get expert tips and advice on astrology, sun signs, and the zodiac in this video.
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Opening Remarks (video)
Opening Remarks photo Dain Borges, Director, Center for Latin American Studies Mark Hansen, Dean, Social Science Division Ambassador João Almino, Consul General of Brazil in Chicago Marina Silva, Senator, Green Party (from Brazil via video)
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How to Use the Slash Punctuation
Here is a useful guide to using the slash punctuation mark. Make sure
you know where to appropriately place this punctuation mark, and use
your slashes properly in your English writing.

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6.4.1 Implications

What does this all imply for decision making? First, the importance of control perceptions to decision makers' perceptions of risk suggests an important source of bias. In a study of managers' risk taking, Zur Shapira (1995) found that managers would often discount risks on the basis that they felt they could control them. In my own research on traders' decision making, I found traders to suffer from control illusions and their risk judgement and performance to suffer in consequence: illusory
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Amazing flying machines CVS01_01_013

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Amazing flying machines. A hand-coloured engraving of an early frameless parachute, designed by Andre-Jacques Garnerin in 1797. From the Cecil Victor Shadbolt collection of lantern slides dating from 1882-1892.
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Partner Presentation: Emmanuel Godin's involvement with the HumBox project
Partner Presentation: Emmanuel Godin's involvement with the HumBox project
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Naturalistic observation of small group work in key stage 1 classrooms
The physical environment of the classroom is one of many diverse social contexts encountered by a child; recognisable in many shapes and forms across the world, its core features have remained essentially unchanged throughout centuries of concomitant social change. Whilst such durability stands as a powerful testament to the success of the classroom as a mode of social organisation and learning (Kushner, Simon et al. 2001), it is also indicative of how decades of curriculum research, innovation
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2.4 Summary of Section 2

  • Thermometers sense temperature. They are transducers providing observable and quantifiable signals in variables other than temperature. Thermometers are calibrated to give numbers in accord with an internationally agreed scale. Various attributes influence the selection of an instrument for a task.

  • Temperature can determine the rate at which certain physical and chemical changes proceed, and whether some changes can occur at all.

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6.4 Conservation of Momentum
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Describe the principle of conservation of momentum. Derive an expression for the conservation of momentum. Explain conservation of momentum with […]

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Learning to perform: instrumentalists and instrumental teachers - starting out
Learning to Perform began in February 2004, and runs for four years. At its heart lies a 3-year longitudinal study (Strand 1) of aspiring performers (and composers) studying on a BMus course at the Royal College of Music in London (RCM); through tracking one group of students (Cohort 2004) from the June prior to their entry to their 4-year course, and a second group of students (Cohort 2002) from the beginning of their third year, we aim to build up an overall picture of ‘learning to perform
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Project Newsletter No 1
Progress report showing the profile of learners participating in the project and some of the information we are gathering.,16,19
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Learning How to Learn: using the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set to support teachers as researchers
This conference paper describes how the extension of the Dublin Core Metadata set by domain-specific vocabulary capable of describing not only learning resources but also the classroom contexts in which they may be used, the strategies underpinning them and associated research evidence has provided the basis of sophisticated knoweldge management tools to support teacher professional development.,79,83,84
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