American History: “Growth of a Nation”
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Marine Species Identification Portal
“This site offers information on thousands of different species in the world’s oceans and seas. “
Vi Hart: Blog
videos of lots of very interesting quick-paced math topics
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“Visual or sonic, real or virtual, our experiences are a constant interface with key algebraic concepts like proportional and inverse relationships, graphical representations of slope, arithmetical functions, and independent and dependent variables.
Design Zone: Behind the Scenes is a brand-new exhibit created by OMSI that makes math fun by directly connecting mathematical concepts to real-life experiences like hip-hop, art, skate parks, and more.”
The Scale of the Universe 2
Week in Review The Most Popular posts in Educational Technology and Mlearning
“most popular and viewed articles on Educational Technology and Mobile Learning.”
Girls With Wings Aviation Scholarship Information 2012
“Girls With Wings is pleased to announce that we have developed an additional
scholarship for 2012. Girls With Wings has traditionally offered a Private Pilot
Scholarship to help defray the cost of flight training lessons in pursuit of a
private pilot certificate. This scholarship is targeting those individuals who have
soloed but have not completed the Private Pilot Course. The Private Pilot
Scholarship is an award in the amount of $1000.00.”
Budd:e Cybersecurity Education
Budd:e is education about the risks people take by going online, and the possible consequences of those risks. It’s also education about the technical and behavioural measures we can all use, to help reduce our risk, and bolster online security — security for people, for internet devices, and for personal data.
The Black Boxes of Science and Engineering – YouTube
“Dr. Robert Lindberg, President and Executive Director of the National Institute of Aerospace, envisions a new way to introduce Engineering into the K-12 curriculum by exploring the distinctions between Science and Engineering; between the Natural World and the Designed World; and between the Scientific Method and the Engineering Design Process.”
SOLAR IMPULSE – AROUND THE WORLD IN A SOLAR AIRPLANE
“With each of their great achievements, the adventurers of the last century constantly pushed back the limits of the impossible. Today, the drive to make new discoveries must go on, not to conquer new territories but with the aim of improving the quality of life on our planet. In building the first solar aircraft able to fly day and night, and piloting it right round the world without fuel or pollution, Solar Impulse’s ambition is for the world of exploration and innovation to contribute to the cause of renewable energies, to demonstrate the importance of clean technologies for sustainable development; to save natural resources and reduce our dependency on fossil energy; and to place dreams and emotions back at the heart of scientific adventure.”
Wireless Electricity ( Human Body Receiver ) – YouTube
“My human body is acting as a wireless energy receiver which can supply enough electricity to light up this “White Led”. The maximum energy transfer distance to the led is about 20″ ( 50cm) and the total current generated is about 650 micro-amps…This experiment proves that the human body does pick up residual energy from our environment, just like a solar cell that coverts sunlight into electricity… “
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