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Select a program below, and click on the VoD icon to view it. If you cannot find the resource you are looking for in this list, check our discontinued series list for distributor contact information. Against All Odds: Inside Statistics Shows students the relevance of statistics in real-world settings. Algebra: In Simplest Terms A step-by-step look at algebra concepts. America's History in the Making Explore American history from the Pre-Columbian era through Reconstruction in this course for middle and high school teachers. American Cinema Over 150 Hollywood insiders document American culture through film. American Passages: A Literary Survey American literary movements and authors in the context of history and culture. The Art of Teaching the Arts: A Workshop for High School Teachers Discover how the principles of good teaching are implemented in the visual and performing arts. Art of the Western World Art Through Time: A Global View Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop in American Literature Related:  Teacher Resources

» Educator Guides Thematic and curriculum connections for picture books, beginning readers, and middle grade books. Prepared by educators, these guides are designed to excite students about literature while saving you valuable lesson preparation time. Browse below by title, author, grade, or theme—or use the search box on the right for a general guide search. Commander in Cheese Educators’ Guide By: Lindsey Leavitt Ava and Dean Squeakerton's family has lived at the White House for generations. Download Resource Little Penguins Educators’ Guide (with CCSS Correlations) By: Guide prepared by Christine Meo "Snowflakes? Download Resource The Secret Life of Lincoln Jones Educators’ Guide (Includes CCSS Correlations) By: Guide prepared by: Susan Geye Lincoln Jones lives a secret life. Download Resource Owl Sees Owl Classroom Activities By: Laura Godwinillustrated by: Rob Dunlavey Download Resource Wonder Certified Kind Classroom Kit By: R.J. Download Resource 365 Days of Wonder: Exploring Precepts in the Classroom Guide Dr. ACPS: TV Station ACPS-TV may be viewed on Channel 71. While all of the ACPS-TV programs will be repeated as time allows, viewers may always find the listed programs at the times provided on the programming schedule and many shows are archived on our YouTube channel at for online viewing. ACPS-TV requires Windows Media Player (v.9+) and Silverlight , both available for free from Microsoft. Nathan Goldstein, the TV station manager, operates the station out of the studio at T.C. Students use the studio to produce such programming as news magazines, public service announcements, comedies and parodies and the annual Scholarship Fund of Alexandria Telethon, in which students tend every crew position, from producing and directing to running cameras. Each school is equipped with its own television studio, and teachers are encouraged to produce and send their shows to ACPS-TV to be shown on the channel. offers distance learning opportunities for staff and the community

» Reading Group Guides Perfect discussion starters for young adult book clubs, high school classrooms, community reads, and beyond. These guides are prepared by educators. Browse below by title, author, grade, or theme—or use the search box on the right for a general guide search. The Weight of Zero Discussion Guide By: Guide prepared by Colleen Carroll Seventeen-year-old Catherine Pulaski knows Zero is coming for her. Download Resource Holding Up the Universe Discussion Guide By: Guide Prepared by Dr. Everyone thinks they know Libby Strout, the girl once dubbed "America's Fattest Teen." Download Resource Girl in Pieces Discussion Guide By: Guide prepared by Laura Schick Girl in Pieces is a Girl, Interrupted for a new generation. Download Resource Being Jazz Discussion Guide By: Guide prepared by Lynn Evarts Jazz Jennings is one of the youngest and most prominent voices in the national discussion about gender identity. Download Resource This is the Part Where You Laugh Discussion Guide By: Guide prepared by Gregory Lum

Strayer University Online Listening Comprehension, Listening that sparks learning | Listenwise Pagerank Explained Correctly with Examples Copyright Ian Rogers, 2002 onwards NB. this page was originally hosted on until I shut that company and website down. And then on until I lost that domain to a domain grabber. So much for permanency on the Internet Introduction Page Rank is a topic much discussed by Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) experts. Clearly explain how PageRank is calculated.Go through every example in Chris' paper, and add some more of my own, showing the correct PageRank for each diagram. Any good web designer should take the time to fully understand how PageRank really works – if you don't then your site's layout could be seriously hurting your Google listings! How is PageRank Used? PageRank is one of the methods Google uses to determine a page's relevance or importance. We can't know the exact details of the scale because, as we'll see later, the maximum PR of all pages on the web changes every month when Google does its re-indexing! Guess 1

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Before You Post Your Work...Do You Need Permission? | COOL Schools | Web Honor Roll Before You Post Your Work...Do You Need Permission? Internet law is constantly being rewritten and/or revised. In order to stay within the law, it is necessary to be aware of current guidelines. The links below will be helpful to educators and students engaged in Internet research or web posting. Letter of Request Student templates for permission to use web graphics and other media. Online Learning Tools MastersInEducationOnline--provides helpful information on the challenges students and recent graduates face; challenges such as selecting a teaching specialty, understanding career options and outlooks, and finding a quality online master's program Online Colleges--Search schools nationwide, find college scholarships and resources OpenSesame--an e-learning marketplace with over 23,000 learning courses (both free and paid)Back to top Assessment Strategies Assessment in and of Collaborative Learning--Developed and edited by the Washington Center's Evaluation CommitteeInstruction & Assessment Portfolios--Portfolio OverviewOnline Resources for Assessment--Comprehensive list of assessment activities and strategies by RMC Research Corporation Color Deficiency--Color perception problems are more wide-spread than people think, and have more causes and variations, © 2001 Diane Wilson. Instructional Design and Technology--Tools, Tips & Thoughts Back to top Learning Styles and Profiles