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8 Outstanding Google forms templates Here are some good pre-made Google forms for teachers. We handpicked for you this list from Google Forms gallery. Enjoy 1- Contact FormGather contact information from your website visitors 2- Collecting Mailing AddressesSend this to your friends and family to collect their mailing addresses. 3- Guest BookSample guest book for adding to a Google Site 4- Networking TrackerTrack contact info of people you meet that you want to follow-up with. 5- Event RegistrationUse this form to collect registrations for an upcoming event, seminar, or meeting. 6- Website Feedback SurveyThis survey allows webmasters and website owners to collect feedback about visitor satisfaction. 7- 10 Question Self Check QuizAutomatically grade a 10 question quiz! 8- Voting FormVote a thing or person - Voting Form

Acquérir une culture numérique par le langage et l'histoire " La culture permet de penser le monde et de se penser dans le monde "Philippe Meirieu 0bjectif : acquérir une culture numérique • Savoir nommer les outils de son environnement numérique quotidien• Connaître et utiliser le vocabulaire adapté à sa pratique• Savoir prendre du recul sur ses pratiques en comprenant son usage d’Internet et du Web• Savoir situer son histoire dans l’histoire des inventions de son environnement numérique quotidien. Version 1 heure : l’histoire puis le vocabulaire La séance de verbalisation est introduite par l’apport d’éléments historiques pour que les élèves replacent internet et le Web dans le temps. Diaporama « Pour une petite histoire d’internet et du web » La séance est assez courte et débute par un aperçu "historique". 1) présentation d’un fait d’actualité : les 20 ans de l’entrée du Web dans le domaine public. • Mise en avant de la dimension publique : le Web devient accessible (théoriquement et non pas encore dans la pratique) à tous. Comment acceder au web

seo용어집 Mathematical induction - Topics in precalculus The principle of mathematical induction THE NATURAL NUMBERS are the counting numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. Mathematical induction is a technique for proving a statement -- a theorem, or a formula -- that is asserted about every natural number. By "every", or "all," natural numbers, we mean any one that we might possibly name. For example, 1 + 2 + 3 + . . . + n = ½n(n + 1). This asserts that the sum of consecutive numbers from 1 to n is given by the formula on the right. -- which is true. But how are we to prove this rule for every value of n? The method of proof is the following. To prove a statement by induction, we must prove parts 1) and 2) above. Example 1. Proof. This is the induction assumption. To do that, we will simply add the next term (k + 1) to both sides of the induction assumption, line (1): This is line (2), which is the first thing we wanted to show. Next, we must show that the formula is true for n = 1. -- which is true. Example 2. (ab)n = anbn. Proof. (ab)1 = a1b1. Example 3. Next,

7 Wonderful Google Docs Tutorials for Teachers Google Drive has all the features that make it a very powerful productivity suite for teachers. Besides being able to create documents, slides, drawings and spreadsheets , users can also upload their own PDFs and files and sync them with their Google Drive accounts across different devices. Another good thing about Google Drive which I mentioned yesterday in " File Sharing Tools I recommend for Teachers" is that it is web based and can also work offline. With Google Drive installed on your computer or tablet, you can access your downloaded docs and work on them the way you want and once connected to internet you can then sync them to the cloud. To help you better tap the usefulness of Google Drive I am sharing with you these wonderful video tutorials created by Anson Alexander. 1- Composing Google Docs 2- Sharing Files 3- Document Organization 4- What is Google Spreadsheet ? 5- Create a mail merge with Gmail and Google Drive 6-Email Multiple Doc Attachments with Google Drive in Gmail

Data center - photos A propos d'Online Nous fournissons des services d'hébergement pour toutes les tailles d'acteurs Internet dans le monde entier. Nous avons commencé en 1999 et hébergeons plusieurs centaines de milliers de sites Internet sur nos trois datacenters. Nous proposons des services de nom de domaine, d'hébergement mutualisé, de serveurs dédiés et d'hébergement en datacenter. Nous sommes à ce jour l'un des leaders de l'hébergement Internet en France. Une aventure humaine Pour vous offrir un service innovant et de qualité, nous nous sommes entourés des meilleurs collaborateurs, qui, chaque jours, accompagnent nos clients et développent les technologies de demain. Des infrastructures haut de gamme Pour nous, la fiabilité de vos données n'est ni une économie, ni un compromis, ni une option. Offrir des performances inédites Online est l'un des acteurs majeurs de l'hébergement en France. L'histoire de notre société 10 octobre 2000 Création de BookMyName 1 juin 2002 Création d'Online 21 novembre 2005 Sécurité

MusicMoz - 오픈 음악 프로젝트 Sierpinski triangle Generated using a random algorithm The Sierpinski triangle (also with the original orthography Sierpiński), also called the Sierpinski gasket or the Sierpinski Sieve, is a fractal and attractive fixed set with the overall shape of an equilateral triangle, subdivided recursively into smaller equilateral triangles. Originally constructed as a curve, this is one of the basic examples of self-similar sets, i.e., it is a mathematically generated pattern that can be reproducible at any magnification or reduction. It is named after the Polish mathematician Wacław Sierpiński but appeared as a decorative pattern many centuries prior to the work of Sierpiński. Constructions[edit] There are many different ways of constructing the Sierpinski triangle. Removing triangles[edit] The Sierpinski triangle may be constructed from an equilateral triangle by repeated removal of triangular subsets: Shrinking and duplication[edit] The actual fractal is what would be obtained after an infinite number of iterations.

Teacher's Guide to The Use of Google Sheets After posting about Google Docs, Google Presentations, now comes Google Sheets turn. These are basically a series of simple and effective tutorials from Google engineers explaining how users can tap into the potential of Google Apps. As teachers and educators, we probably are a target audience for such guides simply because most of us use these apps in teaching ; think about how many times you used Google Docs to write a document, create a presentation or work on a spreadsheet. In fact some of the teachers contend themselves with only the basic features of each of these tools while in reality they could have access to a wide range of other features with an enhanced user performance and all for free. I often hear some of them say ' wow this is a great presentation , I wish I can create one like this' , of course you can, you just need to go a little bit deeper into what the software you are using really does. that is all it takes.

Site Web : un espace en 3D limité ? Cette séance ne nécessite pas de fiche outil, juste un tableau et des ordinateurs connectés à Internet. Elle a été réalisée avec une demi-classe d’élèves de 6°, après avoir vu ce qu’étaient Internet, le Web, le vocabulaire et l’histoire d’Internet, ainsi que l’évolution des inventions technologiques et médiatiques de leur quotidien depuis la création de l’ordinateur. Objectifs : Prendre conscience de la notion "d’espace virtuel" d’un site Web Savoir se représenter mentalement un espace virtuel Comprendre qu’un site Web est construit selon des stratégies réfléchies L’origine de cette séance : Durant la séance sur l’explication de ce qu’est le Web soit des milliards de page web connectées entre elles par des liens hypertextes , j’ai demandé une fois à mes élèves : « D’après vous, peut-on aller au bout du bout du Web ? Or, en y réfléchissant, on peut comparer un site web à un espace en 3D : largeur, hauteur et profondeur (les liens hypertextes). Déroulement de la séance : 1. 2. 3. 4.

Pascal's Triangle Patterns Within the Triangle Using Pascal's Triangle Heads and Tails Pascal's Triangle can show you how many ways heads and tails can combine. This can then show you the probability of any combination. For example, if you toss a coin three times, there is only one combination that will give you three heads (HHH), but there are three that will give two heads and one tail (HHT, HTH, THH), also three that give one head and two tails (HTT, THT, TTH) and one for all Tails (TTT). Example: What is the probability of getting exactly two heads with 4 coin tosses? There are 1+4+6+4+1 = 16 (or 24=16) possible results, and 6 of them give exactly two heads. Combinations The triangle also shows you how many Combinations of objects are possible. Example: You have 16 pool balls. Answer: go down to the start of row 16 (the top row is 0), and then along 3 places (the first place is 0) and the value there is your answer, 560. Here is an extract at row 16: A Formula for Any Entry in The Triangle Yes, it works!

100GDocTips from For students and teachers, the Google Docs collection provides a streamlined, collaborative solution to writing papers, organizing presentations and putting together spreadsheets and reports. But besides the basic features, there are lots of little tricks and hacks you can use to make your Google Docs experience even more productive. Here are 100 great tips for using the documents, presentations and spreadsheets in Google Docs. Keyboard Shortcuts Navigate your documents and screen a lot faster when you use these keyboard shortcuts for formatting and more. Exceptions for the Mac* Ctrl M: Insert comment (Cmd M is used to minimize a window).* Ctrl+0-9 (zero through nine): Headers, lists, and list style (Cmd+0-9 is used for navigation or loading from bookmarks on the browser).If you use a Mac, you can use the shortcuts below by replacing Ctrl with Command key (or 'Apple' key). Collaboration

3ème : Recherche web sur les médias sociaux Nom de la séquence : Recherche web sur les médias sociaux Identification Contexte (contraintes) : En classe de Troisième, une heure par demi-classe sous forme d’évaluation-bilan (dédoublement avec le professeur de Technologie). Présentation de la tâche aux élèves et recherche avec accompagnement pendant l’heure. Niveau des élèves (classe/groupe) : 3ème Disciplines concernées / intervenants : Professeur documentaliste Préalable Ressources utilisées pour la conception : veille informationnelle, connaissances sur les différents médias sociaux et sur leur fonctionnement, références scientifiques Définitions utiles pour soi et formulation pour les élèves : un réseau social est un ensemble de relations entre individus et organisations, avec une communication orale ou écrite ; sur Internet, le média social est un outil numérique qui permet les relations et le partage entre individus et organisations, avec des interactions numériques entre les individus. Description Enjeux de la séquence : Objectifs

Swarm intelligence Swarm intelligence (SI) is the collective behavior of decentralized, self-organized systems, natural or artificial. The concept is employed in work on artificial intelligence. The expression was introduced by Gerardo Beni and Jing Wang in 1989, in the context of cellular robotic systems.[1] The application of swarm principles to robots is called swarm robotics, while 'swarm intelligence' refers to the more general set of algorithms. 'Swarm prediction' has been used in the context of forecasting problems. Models of swarm behavior[edit] Boids (Reynolds 1987)[edit] As with most artificial life simulations, Boids is an example of emergent behavior; that is, the complexity of Boids arises from the interaction of individual agents (the boids, in this case) adhering to a set of simple rules. separation: steer to avoid crowding local flockmatesalignment: steer towards the average heading of local flockmatescohesion: steer to move toward the average position (center of mass) of local flockmates

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