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19 Great Tools to Create Educational Infographics ~ Teachers Tech Workshop Because human beings are visual creatures,communicating visually proves to be the most effective strategy to get your message clearly conveyed.One way to achieve this is to use infographics especially in this digitally oriented world wherein people are fed up with reading too much information overload.If you allow a reader to choose between a long article containing more than 1000 words and an inforgrafic that needs just some scrolls up and down,they will undoubtedly prefer the second option, infographic. Infographics have been utilized in all sectors of our life, education is no exception.Nowadays, teachers and educators endeavor to look for great educational infographics to use with their students in the class.to help them in their task,I've compiled a list of tools to create your own infographics 1.Icharts It allows you to create eye catching charts with interactive easy to share data 2.Visual.ly it enables you to customise infographics and exchange them on social sites 3.Infogr.am

Colors (Mixing color or paint: R/G/B) The following is a message I received in my email box: john welch : > Hi. I just tried out your color mixing applet. I changed the three ovals to these values: > 100,100,55 > 100,55,100 > 55,100,100 > > I wanted to show students that you didn't have to add 3 monochromatic sources to get white. > But it looks like the applet is averaging the values rather than adding them, so that in the center of these three ovals I get 119, 119,199, where I would expect 255,255,255. > I know you don't want to go over 255, but could you do something like max(a+b+c, 255) ? In the world of computer, everything is done in binary form. And that is how the above applet works.

KS3 CHEMISTRY Quizzes Practice Questions revision notes multiple choice quiz worksheets crossword puzzles exercises Doc B's revising for KS3 SCIENCE Doc Brown's Chemistry KS3 chemistry revision notes and practice questions KS3 CHEMISTRY and Earth Science multiple choice revision QUIZZES Make Room! Cool Color-Changing Walls for Your Home « Dornob This may be the best room-changing design idea since interior house paint: forget your white living room walls, green bedroom or brown kitchen and bring your favorite rooms to life with these incredible, changeable and colorful do-it-yourself pixelated wall displays. Feeling dark? Switch from colorful rainbow patterns to a pitch black surface in seconds. Want a bit of a flavorful accent? Spin the wheels again to display words or patterns of your choice. This ingenious pixel-perfect wall design renders paint redundant.

Tutorials The crystal slides tutorial is a set of instructions describing how to create a really beautiful psychedelic special effect. If you are interested in other light show lumia effects and how they are produced, the best way to learn the basic techniques is to look at the collection of patents I have on the pioneers page. The neon wire tutorial requires Corel Photopaint or Adobe Photoshop. Free The Flash Warp fla shows how to create some cool flash special effects using Flash 4, Flash 5, or Flash MX. Free

Plate Tectonics : Subduction Zones When two oceanic plates collide, the younger of the two plates, because it is less dense,* will ride over the edge of the older plate. *[Oceanic plates grow more dense as they cool and move further away from the Mid-Ocean Ridge]. (Image: Keith-Wiess Geological Laboratories; Rice University) Tractor Beam Technology @CoffinDodger (If the typos crap. Blame my keyboard): Reminds me of the movie "The Forgotten " When people got yanked into the sky. It was awesome..I screamed lol. Kinda like the Skyline trailer but extremely faster and one person at a time. I cant seem to find a link to it online. @Kenny Stancil: Ive seen 'The Forgotten' and I completly see where your coming from. Sound Healers Association History of the Sound Healers Association The Sound Healers Association was founded in 1982 as an organization dedicated to the research and awareness of the uses of sound and music as therapeutic and transformational modalities. The work that began in the pioneering meetings described below continues to expand today.

Terraforming Transplanting seas to inland ocean lakes? A good idea for the Middle East? The two century-old and highly respected Japanese engineering giant Shimizu has hatched a wild and crazy proposal to rehabilitate the desert for human use. Their idea is to move vast amounts of seawater along canals that would track deep into desert landmasses to create a series of connected huge inland seas measuring 30 km (18 miles) across. Introduction to the Electromagnetic Spectrum - Mission:Science When you tune your radio, watch TV, send a text message, or pop popcorn in a microwave oven, you are using electromagnetic energy. You depend on this energy every hour of every day. Without it, the world you know could not exist. Electromagnetic energy travels in waves and spans a broad spectrum from very long radio waves to very short gamma rays. The human eye can only detect only a small portion of this spectrum called visible light.

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