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CourseCasting Publishing audio and video recordings of classes and events.

classes and events Features  Automatically add Prism classes  Manually add events  Upload audio or video recordings  Attach additional files to each coursecast  Restrict a Prism class to enrolled students  RSS feed  Download or stream audio/video  Edit/delete coursecasts  Statistics on Prism Classes access Potential Uses  Lecture capture  Class/ Media Conerter SW: wmv, wma, wav, mp4, AVI, ASF, QT, VOB, Alternative for DVD (VOB) format  WinX DVD Ripper  http://www.winxdvd.com/ http://www.winxdvd./


Note-Taking. Take Thoughtful Notes The information presented during class is integral to your learning and your academic success. College instructors.

hinder your learning in class so that you can eliminate them. 5 Ways Smart Students Stay Alert During Class 1.Bring snacks to eat, especially during three-hour marathon classes. 2.Turn off phone alerts, close e-mail, and hide Facebook. 3.Sit closer to the / Instructor notes If your instructor provides a handout as an overview of the class or as a framework for note-taking, use it to guide the way you take notes in class. Take additional notes in your own words. Your personal style of note-taking The more/


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Topic 8 A Decomposition Reaction Major Classes of Reactions Chemical Reactions and Equations: Basic Concepts Topic 8 Major Classes of Reactions In a single-/Write the balanced chemical equation, for this reaction. Reactions that form water or a gas Chemical Reactions and Equations: Additional Concepts Topic 8 Reactions that/Equations: Basic Concepts Topic 8 Combustion Basic Assessment Questions Topic 8 Question 3 Identify each of the following skeleton equations as representing a synthesis reaction, /


Urban Morphological Zones v. 2006 An improved dataset for urban analysis Roger Milego i Agràs ETC-TE Workshop on Land Accounts and Urban Morphology Bellaterra,

Addition of ports, airports and sport facilities to the core classes Core classes Ports, airports… Selection by neighbourhood (iterative process) Merge Enlarged core classes Workshop on Land Accounts and Urban Morphology, UAB, 12th July 06 Procedural steps 3) Addition of roads, railways and rivers to the enlarged core classes Enlarged core classes/.de for main cities (in general, above 5000 inhabitants) Further steps UMZ denomination: i.e. based on main city or main cities. Other attributes addition. Linkage/


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(Alg. + 2 additional) 3 Sciences (Lab Science & 2 additional science) 1 Art/Music .5 Health Goals & Expectations What do you expect to get from high school? Why do you attend? Why do we have a public education system? What is your intended outcome? Laying the Foundation Education is the building block for success. Skills such as Reading comprehension, analyzing graphs and charts and public/


Terpenes. Terpenes are a large and diverse class of organic compounds, produced by a variety of plants, particularly conifers, though also by some insects.

class of organic compounds, produced by a variety of plants, particularly conifers, though also by some insects. They are often strong-smelling. They may protect the plants that produce them by deterring parasites. The difference between terpenes and terpenoids is that terpenes are hydrocarbons, whereas terpenoids contain additional/ are used widely as natural flavor additives for food, as fragrances in perfumery, /terpenes found in Cannabis Sativa plants. 3-Sesquiterpenes consist of three isoprene units and/


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this text, p 467 to 774– not enough so some additional material is provided. Types of Testing Unit Testing Integration Testing/, the smallest unit is a method; which may belong to a base/super class, abstract class or derived/child class. Ideally, each test case is independent from the others; mock objects and test/ test plan to those aggregates, and delivers as its output the integrated system ready for system testing. Integration Testing Types of Integration Testing User Interface Testing Use-Case Testing /


Welcome to Rochelle’s Summer VESL Computer Lab Class! Monday to Thursday from 12:00-1:00 Room 8/Classroom Instruction Room 11/Computer Lab

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1 James Class Schedule. 2 James 5:19-20 Additional words from James 19 My brethren, if any among you strays from the truth and one turns him back, 20.

Class Schedule 2 James 5:19-20 Additional words from James 19 My brethren, if any among you strays from the truth and one turns him back, 20 let him know that he who turns a sinner from the error of his way will save his soul from death and will cover a multitude of sins. 3 James 5:19-20 Additional/ and will cover a multitude of sins. The “if statement” sets up the condition for this dialog “if statement” is 3 rd class - presents the condition as uncertain of fulfillment, but still likely Two parts to this /


 2006 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 4 4 Introduction to Classes and Objects.

is used  2006 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 4 The method header for DisplayMessage()  2006 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 5 4.3 Declaring a Class with a Method and Instantiating an Object of a Class Class GradeBook ─Class declarations include: Access modifier ─Keyword public is an access modifier Keyword class Pair of left and right braces ─Method declarations Keyword public indicates method is available/


Polymorphism. Legal assignments Widening is legal Narrowing is illegal (unless you cast) class Test { public static void main(String args[]) { double.

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Teacher’s Attitudes and Perceptions Toward the Use of Inspiration 6 Software in Inclusive World History Classes at the Secondary Level Summary by Katie.

classes. Benefit of Inspiration Software? Computerized graphic organizers have; Helped students with disabilities improve their comprehension in secondary content-area classes. Shown to increase academic performance in content-area classes for//graphic organizers can be used as a study guide Question Number 3 What were some of the most challenging aspects of using technology-/-taking and study skills Question Number 6 Is there any additional information you would like to share regarding the software or/


Object-based Programming Intuitive explanation Two concrete examples Calculators addition BMI Programming Environment.

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List Implementations That Link Data Chapter 6. 2 Chapter Contents Linked Data Forming a Chains The Class Node A Linked Implementation Adding to End of.

desks within a chain prior to adding new desk between 16 Adding New Desk: Case 2 Addition of a new desk between two other desks. 17 Removing Desk Removing an item from a / a desk between two other desks. 22 Removing Desk: Case 3 Before and after removing last desk from a chain. 23 The Class Node Nodes are objects that are linked together to form a /end of a nonempty chain that has a tail reference 43 Pros and Cons of a Chain for an ADT List The chain (list) can grow as large as necessary Can add and remove/


Class C Cargo Compartment ULD Suppression Agent Penetration Test

have been ordered. These types of containers are typical of what is used in many Class C cargo compartments. FE25 (HFC-125) will be used as a surrogate gas for Halon 1301. Gas concentrations will be measured in the compartment outside of the containers and within the containers Additional Tests Variables include Container loading Simulated battery fire Pressure pulse Temperature Questions? Contact Information/


Ketones, Aldehydes CH21 PS CLASS. Recall the many times we’ve synthesized these! I command thee. Oxidation of R-OH – (Periodinane, CrO 3 /Na 2 Cr 2 O.

CH21 PS CLASS Recall the many times we’ve synthesized these! I command thee. Oxidation of R-OH – (Periodinane, CrO 3 /Na 2 Cr 2 O 7 ) Hydration of Alkynes (keto-enol tautomerism) – H 3 O+/HgSO 4, BH 3 /H 2 O 2, OH-, etc… Friedel-Crafts ACYLation of Aromatics – (acid halide + AlCl 3 ) REACTIONS OF ALDEHYDES/KETONES Oxidation of Aldehydes Nucleophilic Additions (overview) – Hydride/


MIS 175 Computer Information Systems For Management Spring, 2002 -- Sections 1,2,8.

Information Systems For Management Spring, 2002 -- Sections 1,2,8 Course Introduction The Instructor The Students Why this Class is / as additional materials Do not assume that every important point in the textbook will be covered in class Class sessions will rely on student participation to be effective/enjoyable Class Participation /We Learn Is What We… Dr. William Glasser Chapter Exams Roughly one exam every 2-3 weeks Multiple choice, true/false Possible open-ended, short answer Accu-Scan ABF-10-ID/


Slide 1 Chapter 10 Class and Method Design. Slide 2 REVISITING THE BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF OBJECT-ORIENTATION.

Slide 2 REVISITING THE BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF OBJECT-ORIENTATION Slide 3 Levels of Abstraction Slide 4 Elements Classes Objects Attributes States Methods Messages Slide 5 Encapsulation Hiding the content/ Additional Specification Ensure the classes are both necessary and sufficient for the problem Finalize the visibility of the attributes and methods of each class Determine the signature of every method of each class Define constraints to be preserved by objects Slide 22 Identifying Opportunities for/


WEB DESIGN MONDAY JUNE 3 Bell Work Get a piece of blank paper and make a new bell work sheet. Draw a picture of you looking at yourself in the mirror Class.

MONDAY JUNE 3 Bell Work Get a piece of blank paper and make a new bell work sheet. Draw a picture of you looking at yourself in the mirror Class Work Reflecting and/year with a cool picture that presents a plan for doing better WEB DESIGN TUESDAY JUNE 4 Bell Work Draw yourself at a museum Class Work Add a gallery page to your WordPress / the HTML code that you would need to make your name header Class Work and Due Today Snip of HTML additions to WordPress Essential Question How can I use what I know about/


Revisiting Network Interface Cards as First-Class Citizens Wu-chun Feng (Virginia Tech) Pavan Balaji (Argonne National Lab) Ajeet Singh (Virginia Tech)

PCI Slots 1 2 2/15/2009 Network Interface Cards as First-Class Citizens Approach 3: Features NIC has access to processor cache (low latency) Reduced memory/for cache block transfer +Cache-cache transfer 2/15/2009 Network Interface Cards as First-Class Citizens NIC Access  Memory Access 2/15/2009 Network Interface Cards as First-Class/-Class Citizens NIC Access  Memory Access 2/15/2009 Network Interface Cards as First-Class Citizens [NIC Access  Memory Access] Out-of-Order Access Possible +Additional /


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Data Structures Lecture 3: Fields, Methods,/ and/or seek out additional resources Classes vs. Objects Classes are recipes or blueprints which describe a data type  Classes (usually) cannot do anything on their own Objects are the instances of the class  New object created/ tankLevel = 1.0; } else if (tankLevel < 0.0) { tankLevel = 0.0; } } /** * Drive around town and look for the hot spots to hit. * @param distance Number of miles traveled * @param gasUsed Amount of fuel used on this trip */ void crusin(int/


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Learning Community Models May 2002. Learning Communities A variety of approaches that link or cluster classes during a given term, often around an interdisciplinary.

A Class 1Class 2 and students experience their separate courses in unrelated fragments Teacher DTeacher CTeacher BTeacher A Class 3 Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 Class 4 Student/classes that faculty DO NOT coordinate. Intellectual connections and community- building often take place in an additional integrative seminar. Programs of two or more classes/quality monitoring Lab and field notebook writing techniques Field techniques for biological monitoring of water quality Experimental design and associated /


Unique Physical Activity Classes to Meet College Students’ Needs Tim Meyler and Sarah Banks Coastal Carolina University.

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Zhang & Liang, Computer Graphics Using Java 2D and 3D (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Chapter 12 Additional 3D Topics.

, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Chapter 12 Additional 3D Topics Zhang & Liang, Computer Graphics Using /F To understand dynamic geometry change F To use off screen rendering for capturing rendered images. F To apply 3D texture mapping F To/Java 2D and 3D (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 3 3D Bezier Curves Bernstein basis Cubic Bezier curve General Bezier curve Zhang & Liang/. F Write a class implementing the GeometryUpdater interface. Implement the method updateData(Geometry) in GeometryUpdater to /


Social Stratification Original Content Copyright © Holt McDougal. Additions and changes to the original content are the responsibility of the instructor.

classes The Working Poor: 22 percent of population Lowest-paying jobs such as housecleaning, migrant farm work, and day labor Many rely on government programs and are high school dropouts The Underclass: 3 percent of population Have experienced unemployment and poverty for several generations Most rely on government programs Life is a day-to-day struggle Social Stratification Original Content Copyright © Holt McDougal. Additions/


Add Three Numbers Unit of Study: Addition and Subtraction Strategies to 20 Global Concept Guide: 5 of 5.

collected on Day 1 and the beginning of Day 2 you can then differentiate as necessary.  The problems in Lesson 3.12 pages 143 and 144 would be a good idea to use today. You can assign students particular problems based on their/ or write why they are choosing the two addends that they are adding first. Check for students’ use of addition strategies. Enrich/Reteach/Intervention Enrich:  Associative Property of Addition Class Book: Students can be given a card with three numbers on it. The students will/


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TAs will now check to make sure everyone has the class lecture schedule pasted or stapled to the inside front cover of the your notebooks.

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Math Trail Adventure Leslie Carter. Math Trails  Today our class will be going on a math adventure around our school. We will be viewing lots of different.

Adventure Leslie Carter Math Trails  Today our class will be going on a math adventure around/walk into classroom 312 and look at the next math trail. Standard: MCC1.OA.6 Add and subtract within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within 10. Use strategies such as counting on; making ten (e.g., 8 + 6 = 8 + 2 / are in one category than in another. Task: Look at this graph and interpret it. Then write 3 facts about this graph from the information on it. Go out of the room and take a right /


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class by deriving the new class from an existing class – Software reusability – Create new class from existing class Absorb existing class’s data and behaviors Enhance with new capabilities – Derived class inherits from base class Derived class – More specialized group of objects – Behaviors inherited from base class » Can customize – Additional/radius*2*3.14; } double Area() {return 3.14*radius*radius; } private: double radius; }; class Cylinder : public Circle{ public: double Volume() { return 3.14*/


Doc.: IEEE 802.11-04/311r0 Submission March 2004 Peter Ecclesine, Cisco SystemsSlide 1 Additional WNG topics of interest Peter Ecclesine, Cisco Systems.

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Do Now: Find the distance between the following points: (12,12) and (-3,1). Then find the distance between (1,-9) and (6, -6)

entire segment. For example: JK + KL = JL If you know that JK = 7 and KL = 4, then you can conclude that JL = 11. The Angle Addition Postulate is /m  VST. m  RSV = x + 5 m  RSV = 18 + 5 = 23 m  VST = 3x - 9 m  VST = 3(18) – 9 = 45 Check: m  RSV + m  VST = m  RST 23 + 45 = 68 B Q D C m  BQC =/ Complete questions 1 through 8 in groups. Be prepared to review the questions in front of the class. Independent Practice On a sheet of loose leaf paper. Complete questions 9 through 12 using the statement/


MAT 125 – Applied Calculus 1.2 Review II. Today’s Class  We will be reviewing the following concepts:  Rational Expressions  Other Algebraic Fractions.

Class  We will be reviewing the following concepts:  Rational Expressions  Other Algebraic Fractions  Rationalizing Algebraic Fractions  Inequalities  Absolute Value Dr. Erickson 1.2 Review II 2 Rational Expressions  Quotients of polynomials are called rational expressions.  For example Dr. Erickson 1.2 Review II 3/ II 7 Rules of Addition and Subtraction  If P, Q, R, and S are polynomials, then  Addition  Subtraction Dr. Erickson 1.2 Review II 8 Addition and Subtraction with unlike Denominators/


CS2910 Week 1, Class 3 Today Lab 1 – Additional Assignment Working Ahead Primitives in Java SE-1011 Slide design: Dr. Mark L. Hornick Instructor: Dr. Yoder.

CS2910 Week 1, Class 3 Today Lab 1 – Additional Assignment Working Ahead Primitives in Java SE-1011 Slide design: Dr. Mark L. Hornick Instructor: Dr. Yoder 1 Lab 1: 50 points (most are 100) 25 points: Demo Lab1 from the web to me 25 points: Come to my office hours (to be announced in Wk1 Friday class) SE-1011 Slide design: Dr. Mark L. Hornick/


Welcome to Mrs. Skaggs ’ and Mrs.Albert’s 2 nd Grade Class You cannot teach someone anything. You can only help them to find it within themselves. Galileo.

DAY!!! Common Core The major themes for teachers to focus on are called the 4 C’s…. Critical Thinking Communication Collaboration Creativity In addition, there will be a shift to/Standards and students will receive a 3, 2 or 1. Report Cards are based on the Common Core Standards and students will receive a 3, 2 or 1. Monday / please send in stickers, pencils, books or other items to share with the class (optional). Parent Opportunities Library Library Centers Centers Meet the Masters Meet the Masters Prep/


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ILEANA IMHOFF SPANISH TEACHER UPPER SCHOOL THE PARK SCHOOL OF BALTIMORE Using Essential Questions to Design Spanish Elective Classes.

topics related to class Able to give formal presentations on topics pertinent to class WRITING Able to/-PROVOKING AND INTELLECTUALLY ENGAGING, OFTEN SPARKING DISCUSSION AND DEBATE. 3. CALLS FOR HIGHER-ORDER THINKING, SUCH AS ANALYSIS, INFERENCE, EVALUATION, PREDICTION/. IT CANNOT BE EFFECTIVELY ANSWERED BY RECALL ALONE. 4. POINTS TOWARD IMPORTANT, TRANSFERABLE IDEAS WITHIN (AND SOMETIMES ACROSS) DISCIPLINES. 5. RAISES ADDITIONAL/


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grasped the concepts. If there are any problems I will have them see me after class. Lesson Objectives Con’t B. Technology Objectives 1. Go to the website: http://www/www.coolmath4kids.com/addit ion/number-monster-addition- basics.htm Click on Addition facts: 0-10 and have them raise their hands if they know the answer. Lesson Objectives Con’t For subtractions go to/form a group with the answer. For example I will say 5 plus 2 and then they have to form a group with 3 children in it. Provide Information Con’/


Visual 2.1 Introduction and Unit Overview The role of CERTs in fire safety:  Put out small fires.  Prevent additional fires.  Shutoff utilities  Assist.

additional fires.  Shutoff utilities  Assist with evacuations where necessary. Visual 2.2 Unit Objectives  Explain the role of CERTs in fire safety.  Identify and reduce potential fire risks in the home and workplace.  Conduct a basic sizeup for/ a fire emergency.  Understand basic safety precautions.  Identify hazardous materials in the home and community.  Extinguish small fires using a fire extinguisher. Visual 2.3 The Fire Triangle  Heat  Fuel  Oxygen Visual 2.4 Fire Chemistry Classes of/


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Chapter 2.1 Notes Conditional Statements – If then form If I am in Geometry class, then I am in my favorite class at IWHS. Hypothesis Conclusion.

fun if and only if I am in Geo. Class. * A true biconditional statement is true both forward/every line in the plane that intersects it. Chapter 2.3 Notes New way to write Conditional & Biconditional statements ~ /r is a true conditional statement, then p r is true. Chapter 2.4 Notes Addition Property – If a = b, then a + c = b + c Subtraction Property/ * c Division Property - If a = b, then a / c = b / c Reflexive Property - for any real # a, a = a Symmetric Property – if a = b then b = a Transitive Property /


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Chapter 8CS 140 Using The C++ Standard string Class #include #include using namespace std; void main() { string firstName = "Fred"; string lastName = "Flintstone"; string fullName = firstName + / << fullName << endl << endl; fullName[1] = r; fullName.replace(5, 3, "arne"); cout << fullName << endl << endl; return; } Make sure to add this! Assignment statements, addition operators, output operators Additive assignment operators Member functions insert and replace Accessing one character in the array with the/


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Ms. Selena 2 nd Grade Class Block institute Brooklyn NY Ms. Selena Class Enjoy Star fall Math lesson It is such a great tools for teacher. The reason why the student enjoy Star fall is because of the touch screen smart / STUDENT.. Now that I know my strengths and weakness I will work on them… Anthony loves Math, but he struggle with adding 3 digits addition Anthony needs help identifying the time. The teacher assistant always help him with the clock. Anthony is actually very persistent. He will continue/


Phylum Echinodermata. Characteristics n Echinodermata are all marine, triploblastic unsegmented coelomates n Phylum has 3 unique features: u pentagonal.

marine, triploblastic unsegmented coelomates n Phylum has 3 unique features: u pentagonal symmetry (bilateral in/in food capture Water Vascular System n Primary function is locomotion and food gathering, in addition to respiration and excretion n From the aboral surface is a madreporite (allows pressure equalization/chisel teeth u Each tooth with 8 supporting skeletal pieces Class Holothuridae n Sea Cucumber n They have no calcitic skeleton, except for spicules embedded in a leathery skin n Most are immobile/


Ancient Rome Roman Class System 509 B.C.E.. Essential Standards 6.C.1 Explain how the behaviors and practices of individuals and groups influenced societies,

charge of relationships with other civilizations They were chosen by the Consul & were elected for LIFE Plebeians (LOWER CLASS) Plebeians were members of the LOWER CLASS of Ancient Rome These were people that were not descendents of Romulus & Remes Plebeians / Lower Class never married) In addition Plebeians could only get so high in government Important Points 6.C.1.3 (Social Structure) The Social Structure of the Romans was called the ROMAN CLASS SYSTEM 6.C.1.3 (Social Structure) There were 2 classes of /


Do Now Ch. 8 Photosynthesis Power point slides will be distributed to students. Each group is responsible to research additional facts about slide and.

read slide and add additional facts. Notes should be taken in your NUA notebook. If you do not participate, points will be deducted from your participation grade, which is 20% of your overall grade. CONTRIBUTE TO CLASS LEARNING Unit 3 Cells Ch. 8 Photosynthesis/ o Water is a raw material of photosynthesis, a shortage could slow or stop photosynthesis o Light is required for photosynthesis o It also depends on enzymes which only function between 0 & 35C o Temps above or below this range/


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