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Testing Webpages - Browsers
From Vimeo
Testing web pages in different browsers, different text sizes and different screen resolutions.  This will guarantee that your site will be viewable.  Firefox, Opera, and IE are used to view webpages.
 
Found by Donna_Strobel in Website Design
June 9, 2010 at 08:12 PM
 
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Lesson 1: Create Your First Webpage
From YouTube, produced by smarteducation101
Learn how to create your first webpage using html. (04:43)
 
Found by teresahopson in Website Design
August 15, 2012 at 06:47 PM
 
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How To Make and Save a Wordle.net Word Cloud
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Lloyd Hendricks from the University of Hertfordshire School of Education demonstrates how to make and save a Word Cloud using www.wordle.net

You can add your own text or use the URL from a webpage to create your word cloud.  You can change the font and the colors of the font.  You may print it without saving it.
 
Found by Donna_Strobel in Wordle
June 9, 2010 at 06:40 PM
 
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Protozoa Classification
From eol.org, produced by AskNature
Protozoa: a now obsolete term that referred to colorless protists and included flagellates, ciliates, amoebae and sporozoa. The protozoa were all thought to be single celled eukaryotes. The concept was popular for much of the 20th century, but it has become clear that some are relatives of animals and fungi, others have closer relationships with algae than with other protozoa, and that protozoa are not closely related. The term has largely fallen into disuse. This interactive webpage gives clear, detailed pictures of specific examples (ciliophora, flagellata, and percolozoa to name a few), along with written explanations for most.  No run time.
 
Found by begamatt in Protists
June 24, 2010 at 12:34 PM
 
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What is a Wiki?
From YouTube, produced by commoncraft
A short explanation of what wikis are and how they can be used to coordinate a group. A wiki can be used to coordinate information-everyone can change what apears on the webpage by using an edit and save button. (3:52)
 
Found by helpingnorth in Wiki
August 27, 2009 at 04:52 PM
 
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Image reduction for jpeg and gif files
From YouTube
Reducing images for web publishing, tips and information about image files and reducing images for the internet. Discusses JPEG and GIF files and how to be able to email them or add to a webpage.  GIF is for animations-it is a large file.  JPEGS are usually photos and multilayered pictures.  You will learn how to convert the files to be able to use. (5:15)
 
Found by Donna_Strobel in Types of Graphic Files
April 26, 2010 at 08:02 PM
 
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Natalie Babbitt Mini Info Reel
From wikispaces.com
This is a short slide presentation about the children's author, Natalie Babbitt.  It is on a great wiki webpage all about the author with links to many other children's authors.   (00:30)
 
Found by Rockefellerteacher in The Search for Delicious, by N. Babbitt
April 27, 2012 at 08:57 PM
 
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HTML Basics (#9)
From nortel.com, produced by Nortel
Most websites are written in HTML-hypertext markup Language.  Web browsers understand this markup language of the web and allow the page to be shown.  By knowing some of this language you can tweek your webpages.
 
Found by Donna_Strobel in Nortel Website Design Series
June 3, 2010 at 12:27 PM
 
Ages: 12 - 18     License: Proprietary
 
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Designs That Are Good on the Ears
From YouTube, produced by TED Talks
This is a TED talk about designing for hearing.  The presenter discusses how places like hospital and classrooms could be designed better for those who dwell in them.  Teachers can use this information to improve the listening skills of their students as well as the overall classroom environment.  One simple way to improve listening skills without an overhaul of their classroom is to incorporate audio recordings that are available to all students.  (09:52)
 
Found by Rockefellerteacher in Classroom Decoration
October 15, 2012 at 01:34 PM
 
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Real-World Problem Solving: Designing an iPad Case
From teachingchannel.org, produced by The Teaching Channel
Lesson ObjectiveExperience the world of an engineer by designing a new iPad case.  Questions to ConsiderWhat specific skills are students learning to better prepare them for college and careers?How is 'refocusing the question' important for 21st century students?What strategies does Mr. Carpenter use to monitor and assess self-directed learning?Common Core StandardsELA.WHST.9-10.7, ELA.WHST.9-10.8
(5mins)
 
Found by Mrs Jefferies in Teaching Science
January 16, 2012 at 10:45 PM
 
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Student Mentors Teach Game Design
From edutopia.org, produced by George Lucas Educational Foundation
In Be The Game, high school students mentor peers and use game design as a tool for teaching science, technology, engineering, and math, and the program's high tech bus travels to locations where tech facilities are not available.  GlossarySTEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics): The four academic disciplines considered the core technological underpinnings of an advanced society, according to the National Research Council and the National Science Foundation.Game Maker: A software application that allows its users to easily develop computer games without having to learn a complex programming language. (4:30)
 
Found by Mrs Jefferies in Digital Generation
August 11, 2011 at 11:38 PM
 
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Designing Lessons for Interactive Whiteboards---MOVEMENT
From YouTube, produced by MERIT
This is a condensed version of a MERIT workshop. In these lessons I show a variety of lessons that can be designed with interactive whiteboards. In this first part, I show lessons that use movement (grouping, rearranging, comparing, etc.). Examples are given for both younger students and older students. This is a great resource to help expand and extend technology use in the classroom. (4:48)
 
Found by porter1526 in Interactive Whiteboards
July 26, 2012 at 09:07 PM
 
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The Arts in Every Classroom: Designing a Multi-Arts Curriculum Unit
From learner.org, produced by Lavine Production Group
Learner Team members are introduced to a curriculum design process that asks teachers and students to focus on why rather than what — sometimes called backwards design. The teams begin to construct their own arts-based units of study, identifying enduring ideas and constructing essential questions that lead to carefully planned unit objectives and performance tasks.
 
Found by CKR11 in "The Arts in Every Classroom Workshop" (Series)
March 19, 2010 at 02:24 PM
 
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Workshop 1: Behind the Design
From learner.org, produced by Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
With Philip Sadler, Ed.D. Young children are natural designers and builders, but if their interest is not fostered, it may wane as they move through the grades. This workshop focuses on the use of simple design prototypes that children are asked to improve upon in order to meet a particular challenge. You will see these design challenges in action in middle school classrooms, as well as hear teachers discuss their experiences using designs with their students.
 
Found by laneyk in "Looking at Learning...Again, Part 2"
March 22, 2010 at 08:49 PM
 
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Workshop 7: Design, Construction, and Technology
From learner.org, produced by Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
MIT Professor Mitchel Resnick guides this workshop exploring technology as an aid for learning. He discusses the impact of technology on learning when students design and construct tools to support their own inquiries. Teachers demonstrate technology in their classrooms and provide a sneak peek at Resnick’s newest learning tool — the cricket.
 
Found by laneyk in "Looking at Learning...Again, Part 1"
March 22, 2010 at 08:44 PM
 
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Jim Knight - If Steve Jobs Designed Schools
From YouTube, produced by Learning Without Frontiers
This 20 minute video is a fictional account by a British politician about what would happen if Steve Jobs designed a school. The video tells how some leading technology oriented leaders expressed surprise at how little impact technology had had on schools. The video starts making points to ponder around the five minute mark. "Are we brave enough to truly challenge the many forces of conservatism in
education? Can we "invent the future" for education? Can we show learners what they really want and make schools "insanely great". Can learning become so intuitive, seductive and personal that every child is engaged, progresses, and fulfils their potential?"

 
Found by freealan in Education Reform
February 27, 2012 at 09:59 PM
 
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Chemical Design
From learner.org, produced by Hadassah College
This program deals with basic concepts that are required for the understanding of chemical design. The idea is brought about by experiences from everyday life, such as the stoichiometry of baking, the ingredients of soft drinks, the components of drugs, and the chromatography of markers. The tools of the chemical designer — the chemist — are found in the laboratory, and the procedure which leads to the development of new materials is based on scientific investigation. These tools are applied to chemistry teaching in the classroom and to the facilitating of laboratory learning.
 
Found by laneyk in "Reactions in Chemistry"
March 25, 2010 at 08:21 PM
 
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Designing Toy Cars
From thefutureschannel.com, produced by Futures Channel
As a professional toy car designer for Mattel's Hot Wheels, Larry Wood
uses basic math concepts such as fractions, measurement and scale to create accurate replicas of the coolest cars on the road.
Running time 2:42 minutes. Good for career day and also to show the importance of math in the real world.
 
Found by freealan in Math in the Real World
January 21, 2012 at 12:17 PM
 
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Web Design Tips
From YouTube
Christopher Merrill discussed basic web design tips for new web designers. Less is always more.  It is better to have one large quality image than a mess of images.  Keep it simple. (2:05)
 
Found by Donna_Strobel in Website Design
June 6, 2010 at 12:05 PM
 
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Highway Design - Introduction to Horizontal and Vertical Alignment
From YouTube, produced by Daniel Findley
[BEST VIEWED IN FULL-SCREEN MODE]  The instructor introduces horizontal and vertical alignment of the highway design process.  This video presents geometric relationships and the nomenclature necessary to understand the concepts of highway alignment.  Conceptualized and real-world examples are displayed to explain the procedures.  The instructor, Daniel Findley, is a licensed Professional Engineer, focused on Transportation Engineering.  He has a PhD in Civil Engineering from NC State University and is a Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Transportation Research and Education and is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Construction and Environmental Engineering at NC State. (5:27)
 
Found by FindleyNCSU in Geometry
July 14, 2013 at 06:31 AM
 
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Design by the Book - Episode 1
From YouTube, produced by Design Sponge
The New York Public Library holds a wealth of unexpected sources of inspiration for artists and designers—from vintage valentines and textile patterns, to fabric samples and turn-of-the-century menus from around the world. For this online-only miniseries, Design by the Book, the Library partnered with the leading design blog Design*Sponge to invite five New York City–based artists to sift through our collections in search of inspiration. Watch as the artists, who range from a glassblower to a letterpress printer, create unique works inspired by what they found. Special guest Isaac Mizrahi joins us in Episode 2 to share his sources of inspiration. (09:47)
 
Found by librariancb in Inspiration for Creation
June 21, 2009 at 04:08 PM
 
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Parabolic Equation Application in Highway Design
From YouTube, produced by Daniel Findley
[BEST VIEWED IN FULL-SCREEN MODE]  The instructor introduces the use of the parabolic equation for vertical curve roadway design.  This application provides a practical use of the parabolic equation that is fundamental in highway design which can be replicated by a teacher with local information (using commonly available online mapping tools, such as Google Earth) to aid in the understanding of the topic.  The instructor, Daniel Findley, is a licensed Professional Engineer, focused on Transportation Engineering.  He has a PhD in Civil Engineering from NC State University and is a Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Transportation Research and Education and is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Construction and Environmental Engineering at NC State. (6:25)
 
Found by FindleyNCSU in Algebra II
July 8, 2013 at 07:42 PM
 
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Design by the Book - Episode 4
From YouTube
Episode 4 (last episode) - The New York Public Library holds a wealth of unexpected sources of inspiration for artists and designers—from vintage valentines and textile patterns, to fabric samples and turn-of-the-century menus from around the world. For this online-only miniseries, Design by the Book, the Library partnered with the leading design blog Design*Sponge to invite five New York City–based artists to sift through our collections in search of inspiration. Watch as the artists, who range from a glassblower to a letterpress printer, create unique works inspired by what they found. (09:25)
 
Found by librariancb in Inspiration for Creation
June 21, 2009 at 04:14 PM
 
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Photography: Design Principles
From Howcast, produced by MindBites
This lesson excerpts covers the principals behind photographic composition. Be directly involved in the design process.  After you have the idea for the picture then plan how to photograph the image.  Composition of the shot is very important. (4:07)
 
Found by teresahopson in Photography Instruction
July 18, 2009 at 10:04 AM
 
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Calculus Application for Highway Design – Determining the High/Low Point of a Roadway
From YouTube, produced by Daniel Findley
[BEST VIEWED IN FULL-SCREEN MODE]  The instructor introduces the use of basic calculus to determine the high or low point of the vertical component of a roadway design.  This application provides a practical use of derivatives that are critical in highway design when locating a roadway over or under features (such
as pipelines or bridges).  This application can be replicated by a teacher with local information (using commonly available online mapping tools, such as Google Earth) to aid in the understanding of the topic.  The instructor,
Daniel Findley, is a licensed Professional Engineer, focused on Transportation
Engineering.  He has a PhD in Civil Engineering from NC State University
and is a Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Transportation Research and Education and is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Construction and Environmental Engineering at NC State. (4:46)
 
Found by FindleyNCSU in Calculus
July 12, 2013 at 08:27 AM
 
Ages: 14 - 18     License: CC by-nd
 
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