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The Wild Classroom is a website that features a collection of podcasts and videos for science classrooms. One aspect of The Wild Classroom that impressed me was the Biomes of the World Map . The Biomes of the World map allows students to explore the map and watch an informational video about each biome. Here is a sample video about sharks from The Wild Classroom . Applications for Education The Wild Classroom could be a fun and informative place for students to explore biology concepts.
We all had pretty high hopes for the world after the year 2000. As a kid, I was sure that we’d have flying cars and self-drying jackets a la Back to the Future II. Recently BLDGBLOG took a look at a series of postcards created by French artist Villemard in 1910 called “Utopie” which provided a glimpse of the future … all the way to the year 2000.
IrfanView is one of the longest-serving and most popular freeware image editors available. Fast, compact, and flexible, IrfanView is also packed with features and extras, including TWAIN support, frames and borders, and slideshows, wallpaper, and screenshots. IrfanView plays music and videos, too; in fact, it's long been prized for its ability to open a huge range of files.
Organization makes a system of many appear fewer. The home is usually the first battleground that comes to mind when facing the daily challenge of managing complexity. Stuff just seems to multiply. There are three consistent strategies for achieving simplicity in the living realm: 1) buy a bigger house, 2) put everything you don’t really need into storage, or 3) organize your existing assets in a systematic fashion. These typical solutions have mixed results. At first, a larger home lowers the clutter to space ratio.
Following the principle of constructive alignment (see curriculum design ) we need to be able to describe learning outcomes that our students can achieve and that are capable of being assessed.