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This site contains a collection of computer based artifacts that simulate aspects of disability. It is intended that the simulations will be used for training and awareness raising activities with staff and for teaching students in areas where an understanding of disability is required. No simulation can give the true feelings of what it is like to have a disability. It is hoped the simulations will provide 'food' for thought and promote enlightened discussion, which will lead to a better understanding. They have been designed from anecdotal comments made by people with a disability and staff involved in teaching and supporting students with disabilities. Some of the simulations contain audio files, which will require the use of speakers or headphones.

COFA Online Gateway Contact Us Home LTTO Episodes Learning To Teach Online Episodes Profiler – create a topographic profile Import file (KML, KMZ, GPX) loaded layer and topographic profile of the route. Sometimes, some files do not automatically create a profile! Zoom: 15Counter markers: 2Status: OKАzimuth: 73°Mouse px: ...Lat./Lon.: ...Center point: -25.343780041796865, 131.03412500000002Center point location: Uluru Rd, Petermann NT 0872, Australia How to make a topographic profile? Reset Find your area of interest on the map Select the cursor min. 2 points (max. 300) Ready – site profile will be generated in seconds Embed the chart on your site Copy and save the link to the chart Add the route to the map

The Split Brain Experiments Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates The Split Brain Experiments Play the Split Brain Experiments About the game Diagnostic questions Many of the questions and tasks we are developing in the York Science project can be described as ‘diagnostic’. That is, not only do they tell you which students have some understanding of the idea you are interested in, they also give you some information about the misconceptions of those who do not use the accepted scientific explanation. For instance take a look at this question from the Light and colour topic. Pavlov's Dog Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates Pavlov's Dog Play the Pavlov's Dog Game About the game Conditioned reflexes are reflexes you can learn compared to unconditioned reflexes that are built-in, or natural. Read More »

amMap: Interactive flash maps Features Main features Highly customizable – every aspect of the map can be styled using built-in configuration options or CSS.Create multi-level drill-downs.Create map charts (heatmaps or otherwise known as choropleth maps).Use any images in any format as map markers.Support for real-life latitude and longitude coordinates.Apply built-in or custom textures.Display multi-segment lines and routes.Customize initial and user-controllable zoom options.Control the map via JavaScript API (change data and configuration options, simulate user interactions, attach custom funcitonality to various events, etc.) Hundreds of maps JavaScript Maps comes with hundreds of hand-crafted maps in two detail levels – low-resolution (to conserve bandwidth) and high-resolution (for extra detail). Check our free SVG maps page for a complete list and preview.

Specialist Schools and Academies Trust The Schools Network e-shop Contact us Resources Events St Richard Gwyn Catholic High School - Home St Richard Gwyn Catholic High School Albert Avenue, Flint, Flintshire, CH6 5JZ Back to Home Page You are here: Geoff Petty - Teaching Today Think of something you are good at, and I bet you learned it by self-assessment. That is, asking: What am I trying to do exactly?What went well and why?

Physics Flash Animations We have been increasingly using Flash animations for illustrating Physics content. This page provides access to those animations which may be of general interest. The animations will appear in a separate window. The animations are sorted by category, and the file size of each animation is included in the listing. Also included is the minimum version of the Flash player that is required; the player is available free from The categories are: