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I have two goals for today!

I have two goals for today!

I have two goals for today! Demystify digital cameras and their settings Share ideas for using digital cameras in your classroom How does your camera “see” the world? Through the lens! Zoomed out Zoomed in Macro? *Zoomed out* How your camera sees the world

By niveditha
(256 views)

Morning Warm- Up! Nothing stays the same. We are always learning new things. What do we learn as we grow and change?

Morning Warm- Up! Nothing stays the same. We are always learning new things. What do we learn as we grow and change?

Morning Warm- Up! Nothing stays the same. We are always learning new things. What do we learn as we grow and change?.

By eddy
(182 views)

Fatigue theory

Fatigue theory

Fatigue theory. Mick Spencer A presentation at the Royal Aeronautical Society seminar on Working Hours and Fatigue in Aviation Maintenance, RAF Bentley Priory 24.10.2002. Contents. 1 What is fatigue? 2 How do we measure it? 3 How does it arise?. What is fatigue?. Section 1.

By giles
(228 views)

Oscillations

Oscillations

Oscillations. Objectives: (d) define simple harmonic motion ; (e) select and apply the equation a = – (2 π f ) 2 x as the defining equation of simple harmonic motion; (f) select and use x = A cos(2 π ft ) or x = A sin(2 π ft ) as solutions to the equation a = – (2 π f ) 2 x ;.

By yorick
(186 views)

Biology II

Biology II

Biology II. Development. ?. ?. Muscle. Intestinal. Blood. Nerve. EGG. Development. How do we go from an egg to an adult? How do cells of one type change or produce cells of another type? How is a cell lineage constrained? How does the genetic code cause these changes?. OUTLINE 2

By xiu
(137 views)

Assessment of interpretations of Boudicca

Assessment of interpretations of Boudicca

Assessment of interpretations of Boudicca. B. A. Claire: average for Y3. Claire spots the obvious differences between the two images, one peace-like the other aggressive

By fola
(197 views)

By Del Siegle, PhD del.siegle@uconn.edu www.delsiegle.info (This presentation may be used for instructional purposes)

By Del Siegle, PhD del.siegle@uconn.edu www.delsiegle.info (This presentation may be used for instructional purposes)

An Introduction to t-tests. By Del Siegle, PhD del.siegle@uconn.edu www.delsiegle.info (This presentation may be used for instructional purposes) Press the space bar or your mouse button to work through this introduction on t-test.

By kay
(115 views)

Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Implementing and Auditing Ethics Programs. The main elements . The ethics audit Benefits of ethics auditing The auditing process The strategic importance of ethics auditing . 1-The ethics audit. What is ethics audit

By hannelore
(409 views)

Conceptual Questions Chap. 14

Conceptual Questions Chap. 14

Conceptual Questions Chap. 14. A crude model of the human throat is that of a pipe open at both ends with a vibrating source to introduce the sound into the pipe at one end. Assuming the vibrating source produces a range of frequencies, discuss the effect of changing the pipe’s length.

By burt
(304 views)

Safeguarding children and adults who may be vulnerable Training for Workers with Children and Vulnerable Adults 2009

Safeguarding children and adults who may be vulnerable Training for Workers with Children and Vulnerable Adults 2009

Safeguarding children and adults who may be vulnerable Training for Workers with Children and Vulnerable Adults 2009. Jill Sandham Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser. A Safe Church. The Diocese of Southwark. A Safe Church. Safe or unsafe? A father bathes with his five year old daughter

By conlan
(196 views)

Thermal Management in Datacenters

Thermal Management in Datacenters

Thermal Management in Datacenters. Ayan Banerjee. Thermal Management using task placement. Tasks: Requires a certain number of servers (cores) for a specified amount of time. Each task has certain power consumption on each server of a particular node.

By rusty
(117 views)

Let’s Be Archeologists!!

Let’s Be Archeologists!!

Let’s Be Archeologists!!. Created by Mrs. Hicks. What do archeologists do?. Thanks to archeologists, we know about animals that lived in the past, we know how people lived long ago, and we can understand how the earth has changed. How deep does he dig?.

By penha
(68 views)

Measuring Food Quality with a Brix Meter (refractometer)

Measuring Food Quality with a Brix Meter (refractometer)

Measuring Food Quality with a Brix Meter (refractometer). April 17, 2008 Larry Howard Bloomington Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation. Brix – What is it?. °Brix is the ratio of Total Soluble Solids (TSS) to water in solution

By bat
(176 views)

Elements of Music

Elements of Music

Elements of Music. Intro to Intro to Music. 6 Major Elements of Music. Texture Melody Rhythm Dynamics/Timbre Harmony Form. Texture. Musical texture refers to both the horizontal and vertical relationships of musical materials and is defined by melody.

By xannon
(500 views)

Present Perfect, Past Perfect, & Future Perfect

Present Perfect, Past Perfect, & Future Perfect

Present Perfect, Past Perfect, & Future Perfect. February 1, 2010 By: Peggy Lien Bunlom P. Domanski SoYoung Park. Present Perfect. Something happened (or never happened) before now, at unspecified time in the past. [has/have + past participle].

By Leo
(321 views)

Module 2: Assessment in Creative Arts

Module 2: Assessment in Creative Arts

Module 2: Assessment in Creative Arts. © 2006 Curriculum K-12 Directorate, NSW Department of Education and Training. What do you draw on to inform your assessment? Assessment strategies The evidence is drawn from both the processes and finished works

By vidar
(121 views)

Egyptian Achievements

Egyptian Achievements

Egyptian Achievements. Weights and Measures. - cubit —length of a mans forearm used many systems of pulleys for water & the pyramids math—could +- X and /, used to square things, angles measured fields and boundaries every year after floods.

By artan
(139 views)

David Lewis, “Counterparts and Double Lives”

David Lewis, “Counterparts and Double Lives”

David Lewis, “Counterparts and Double Lives”. Modal Realism:

By chika
(418 views)

Me and My Shadow

Me and My Shadow

Me and My Shadow. By Laurie. My Shadow Changes All Through the Day. What Does My Bar Graph Tell Me?. My shadow is longest at 9:00 a.m. The sun is low on the horizon. My shadow is shortest at 12:00 noon. The sun was right above me at noon, so that is why my shadow was so short.

By lorant
(307 views)

Robots

Robots

A robot is a mechanical device that is programmed by a human, using logic to complete tasks that assist humans. Robots. Robotic Tasks. Welding Timers that are set to make certain things happen at different times. Production Line Robots Bomb defusing Robot Coffee Maker.

By annice
(171 views)

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