Physics & Electromagnetism : Surface Conditions on Neptune
The surface of Neptune isn't very solid, being a gas giant, and the surface temperature is -225 degrees Celsius. Learn about the atmosphere of Neptune, which is made of hydrogen, helium and methane, with help from science teacher, Steve Jones, on planetary science.

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Kidney Function
'The 'kidneys are a bean shaped, fist size organ whose task is to filter blood and remove the waste.' This is a quote from the video. The information is related in a 'dry' way but the content is usable. The instructor appears to be using slideshow.
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Endocrine Function: Oscillations in Hormone Levels
Professor George Wolfe discusses oscillations in hormone levels in this video from Thinkwell's online Biology series. The video uses lecture format along with notes and illustrations on a board.Â  Run time 09:39.
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The Function of the Liver
Did you know that the liver is the largest organ in the human body? Learn more in this computer-animated video (04:02)Â that describes where the liver isÂ in the body andÂ its function. This video has English captions at the bottom of the screen. This may be good for big classrooms where sound may not travel well.
Note: There is a little static as the narrator appears to be too close to the microphone while speaking. Also, in the summary the word 'learned' is spelled incorrec

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Introduction to Function Inverses
Introduction to Function Inverses. Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors)Â to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009Â Microsoft Tech Award in Education. The screen gets busy (and dark)--the viewer may want to open to 'full screen' to see everything. The sound is a little low. (09:05)
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Function Inverse Example 1
Function Inverse Example 1: f(x)= -x+4
This is a continuation of Mr. Khan's Introduction to Function Inverses. Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors)Â to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009Â Microsoft Tech Award in Education. The screen gets busy (and dark)--the viewer may want to open to 'full screen' to see everything. The sound is a little low. (06:43)

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Function Inverses Example 2
Function Inverse Example 2: f(x)= (xÂ +Â 2) squared +1
This is aÂ another installmentÂ of Mr. Khan's short 4-part series on FunctionÂ Inverses.Â Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors)Â to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009Â Microsoft Tech Award in Education. The screen gets busy (and dark)--the viewer may want to open to 'full screen' to see everything. The sound is a little low. (07:12)

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Function Inverses, Example 3
Function Inverse Example 3: f(x)= (xÂ - 1) squared -2
This isÂ the lastÂ segmentÂ of Mr. Khan's short 4-part series on FunctionÂ Inverses.Â TheseÂ installments started with Khan's Introduction to Function Inverses. Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors)Â to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009Â Microsoft Tech Award in Education. The screen gets busy (and dark)--the viewer may want to open to 'full screen' to see everything. The sound is a l

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Caves - Extreme Conditions for Life
For certain life forms on Earth, conditions that humans and other familiar organisms find hospitable can actually be deadly. Instead of a moderate climate with an atmosphere rich in nitrogen and oxygen, these organisms thrive in very hot or very cold temperatures, or in caves or deep waters where no light penetrates. In this video segment adapted from NOVA, scientists analyze communities of cave-dwelling microbes that live off simple inorganic compounds like iron and sulfur. Based on their findi
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Proteins: Structure and Function

Proteins are very important to living organisms and to industry. Proteins are part of the chemistry of life, and the program examines proteins â€” polymers built from only 20 basic amino acids. The arrangements of these long chains of amino acid are important to their functioning. The video also explores the history of the discovery of the structure and function of pr
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The Unit Circle Definition of Trigonometric Function
Using the unit circle to extend the SOH CAH TOA definition of the basic trigonometric functions. In an easy conversational tone, the instructor uses the computer screen as his 'blackboard' and different colors to emphasis his points. For high school students.
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Determining the Equation of a Trigonometric Function
Determining the amplitude and period of sine and cosine functions. In an easy conversational tone, the instructor uses the computer screen as his 'blackboard' and different colors to emphasis his points. For high school students.
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Sequence effects in solving knowledge-rich problems: The ambiguous role of surface similarities
Sequence effects are said to occur whenever the problem solving performance varies as a function of the order in which problems are solved. We present a framework that explain sequence effects as a result of (a) learning during solving a problem and of (b) transferring the learned content on succeeding problems. In two experiments we studied the ambiguous influence of surface similarities among structurally dissimilar knowledge-rich problems on sequence effects. These experiments demonstrate tha
Author(s): Scheiter Katharina,Gerjets Peter

Improving database design teaching in secondary education: action research implementation for docume
Database design and use has educational interest for utilitarian and learning reasons. Database technology has significant economic impact and the demand for database design can not be covered by the existent educated experts. Furthermore the database management systems available at schools could be used for the design and implementation of high quality learning activities. Databases are general purpose modeling environments that enable problem solving using conceptual frameworks closer to the s
Author(s): Fessakis George,Dimitracopoulou Angelique,Komis Va

Looking Ahead to Select Tutorial Actions: A Decision-Theoretic Approach
We propose and evaluate a decision-theoretic approach for selecting tutorial actions by looking ahead to anticipate their effects on the student and other aspects of the tutorial state. The approach uses a dynamic decision network to consider the tutorÂ’s uncertain beliefs and objectives in adapting to and managing the changing tutorial state. Prototype action selection engines for diverse domains Â– calculus and elementary reading Â– illustrate the approach. These applications employ a rich mod
Author(s): Murray R. Charles,VanLehn Kurt,Mostow Jack

Analyse des changements induits par la technologie dans des travaux pratiques de sciences expÃ©rimen
Author(s): Girault Isabelle,d'Ham Cedric

Interaction between learner's internal and external representations in multimedia environment: a sta
Not available,Research report of the Kaleidoscope Network of Excellence (IST 507838), Deliverable 21.1.1.