Making sense of statistics
"Making Sense of Statistics" is a guide for the general public aimed at enabling them to evaluate claims that are made using statistics. The guide considers types of questions which statistics answer, common pitfalls in using statistics, statistical significance, and absolute and relative changes. Links to related websites and books about statistics are listed. A separate short guide entitled "Making Sense of Statistics in an Election" is also available. The guides are published by Sense About S
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Virtual Maths - Numbers, 2D Elipse simulation tool
Interactive simulation tool demonstrating formula for calculating the area of an elipse
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes, rectangle
Interactive simulation demonstrating calculation of area of a rectangle
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

Challenges Facing the Elderly
OpenStax College
Understand the historical and current trends of poverty among elderly populations Recognize ageist thinking and ageist attitudes in individuals and institutions [â€¦]

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Virtual Maths, Calculating the Volume of a Brick
How to calculate the volume of a brick, guide (pdf)
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

Virtual Maths, Cylinder Voids - Calculating volume
Interactive simulation with exercises and video demonstrating the use of auger piling and showing how to calculate the volume of cocrete needed to fill the cylindrical voids.
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

Enterprise in the sports industry
This presentation discusses Drucker's thesis that failure is a "good thing" if the opportunities that arise from such failure allow the development of personal and enterprise skills
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How to Calculate the Volume of a Triangular Prism
Calculate the volume of a triangular prism by using a mathematical formula and measuring the base, height and length. Determine the volume of a triangular prism with tips from a teacher.
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When Humans Were Scarce - Yale
This is a long video and the instructor may wish to break it up into smaller clips to assess comprehension. Hunter-gatherer populations were much less dense than later agriculturalists. The variety of their food supply protected them from crop failures and their sparseness reduced the spread of infectious diseases. Hunter-gatherers were healthier and worked less than early agriculturalists. Why didn't their numbers increase up to the same level of Malthusian misery? Their numbers may have been l
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Churches, place names and landscape architecture
Local historian and archaeologist, Dr Simon Draper, discusses place names and their links to Anglo-Saxon landscape architecture for a number of Wessex communities in this GULP lecture. From the 7th century onwards, what was the meaning of place names like 'bury' and why were they significant?
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Adam Blatner - The Potential of Sociodrama, Part One
Adam Blatner - The Potential of Sociodrama, Part One Presented as part of The COE Lecture Series The COE Lecture Series, where we bring you lectures, discussion and workshops on a variety of topics related to the broad fields of education. Today we bring you Dr. Adam Blatner, who describes himself as a multi-faceted fellow: amateur philosopher, contemplateur of contemporary cultural trends, confabulator, playful part-elf, and promoter of imagination as well as more rational modes of thought.
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First Line, Last Line
Supplied by the audience, used by us.
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Authors:
Lara Skelly