Magnetic Learning Colors

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ISBN: 0312498101
Release Date: 2006-08-22
Number of pages: 16
Author: Roger Priddy
Publisher: Macmillan

Download and read online Magnetic Learning Colors in PDF and EPUB Introduces colors through pictures of objects in rainbow colors, plus striped and spotted.

Magnetic Learning Words

Filename: magnetic-learning-words.pdf
ISBN: 0312498098
Release Date: 2006-08-22
Number of pages: 16
Author: Roger Priddy
Publisher: Macmillan

Download and read online Magnetic Learning Words in PDF and EPUB Teaches simple words and includes magnetic letters for young readers to spell out specific words on the page.

Success with Sight Words eBook

Filename: success-with-sight-words-ebook.pdf
ISBN: 9781606898321
Release Date: 1999-06-01
Number of pages: 80
Author: Margaret Allen
Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

Download and read online Success with Sight Words eBook in PDF and EPUB Tired of flipping flash cards to improve students' understanding and retention of basic sight words? This resource provides dozens of hands-on, multi-sensory activities to reinforce recognition of essential sight words necessary for reading and writing fluency. Activities include a variety of learning modalities (visual, auditory, and kinesthetic) to ensure success for every student. Also features easy-to-use reproducibles, assessment ideas, and parent-involvement tips. Great for Reading First, Fluency, Vocabulary, and Text Comprehension

Magnetic Orientation in Animals

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ISBN: 9783642797491
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Number of pages: 297
Author: Roswitha Wiltschko
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Magnetic Orientation in Animals in PDF and EPUB Biological effects of magnetic fields have been studied in many animals and plants. The magnetic fields were of a wide intensity range and, as alternating fields, of a wide frequency range and of a variety of impulse shapes. Effects on the cellular level, on bio chemical processes, growth and development, interactions with physiology, sensory input, reflexes and rhythm control, to name just a few, have been reported. Numerous magnetically induced changes in behavior have also been described. Recently, the amount of literature covering biological effects of magnetic fields has been rapidly increasing. By now it has grown to such an extent that it can no longer be covered in one volume. Most reviews specialize and focus on particular aspects and/or types of fields or effects. For example, the book edited by MARET et al. (1986) gives an overview on biological effects of steady magnetic fields, MISAKIAN et al. (1993) reviewed those of extremely low frequency magnetic fields, focusing on in vitro effects. BERN HARD (1992) reported on 'electromagnetic smog' in view of pos sible effects on human health and well-being, and a series of papers edited by AMEMIYA (1994) summarizes Japanese research on effects of electromagnetic fields ranging from extern ely low to ultra-high frequencies. TENFORDE (1979) and ADEY (1981) sum marized and discussed tissue interactions, REITER (1993a) neu roendocrine and neurochemical changes associated with various kinds of electromagnetic fields. The book edited by KIRSCHVINK et al.

The Colors of Learning

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ISBN: 9780807742747
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 149
Author: Rosemary Althouse
Publisher: Teachers College Press

Download and read online The Colors of Learning in PDF and EPUB Suggests methods of teaching young children about the visual arts.

Thrifty Teacher s Guide to Creative Learning Centers

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ISBN: 9780876596968
Release Date: 2017-04-01
Number of pages: 224
Author: Shelley Nicholson
Publisher: Gryphon House, Inc.

Download and read online Thrifty Teacher s Guide to Creative Learning Centers in PDF and EPUB It's a common dilemma in early childhood classrooms: How to provide new, interesting experiences on a shoestring budget. Pulling from their decades of experience in classrooms, authors Shelley Nicholson, PhD, and Jessica Martinez offer low-cost ideas for gathering and creating rich explorations in learning centeres. Thrifty Teacher's Guide to Creative Learning Centers vividly describes the unique ways teachers can use found and recyclable materials to encourage cognitive development and creative exploration in young children. In addition to photographic examples, the book offers tips on how to source, select, and integrate materials into a center; how to get children started on using the materials; and how to scaffold learning with open-ended questions. These ideas are just the beginning. Once children's imaginations take off, they can use the materials in myriad ways.

The Changing Earth Exploring Geology and Evolution

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ISBN: 9781285981383
Release Date: 2014-01-01
Number of pages: 736
Author: James S. Monroe
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online The Changing Earth Exploring Geology and Evolution in PDF and EPUB THE CHANGING EARTH: EXPLORING GEOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, Seventh Edition, is a member of a rare breed of texts written specifically for courses covering both physical and historical geology. Three interrelated themes (plate tectonics, organic evolution, and geologic time) help students understand that Earth is a complex, integrated, and continually changing system. In the new edition authors James S. Monroe and Reed Wicander integrate new content emphasizing the economic impacts of geology. Topics such as fracking, nuclear waste, and the threat of earthquakes are covered in new Geo-Impact boxes that stress real-world applications. Lauded for their clear writing style, the authors go beyond simply explaining geology and its processes; rather, they place that knowledge within the context of human experience by consistently emphasizing relevance, resources, and the environment. New Global Geoscience Watch activities help students learn how to use an extensive database of articles on geology that are updated several times a day and are available exclusively for users of this book. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Color Match

Filename: color-match.pdf
ISBN: 0803723792
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 8
Author: Simone Abel
Publisher: Dial Books for Young Readers

Download and read online Color Match in PDF and EPUB Asks the reader to use magnetized pieces to match items of the same color.

Chemistry Principles and Practice

Filename: chemistry-principles-and-practice.pdf
ISBN: 9780534420123
Release Date: 2009-01-27
Number of pages: 1120
Author: Daniel Reger
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online Chemistry Principles and Practice in PDF and EPUB A text that truly embodies its name, CHEMISTRY: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE connects the chemistry students learn in the classroom (principles) with real-world uses of chemistry (practice). The authors accomplish this by starting each chapter with an application drawn from a chemical field of interest and revisiting that application throughout the chapter. The Case Studies, Practice of Chemistry essays, and Ethics in Chemistry questions reinforce the connection of chemistry topics to areas such as forensics, organic chemistry, biochemistry, and industry. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Puppet Flannelboard Stories for Numbers Shapes and Colors

Filename: puppet-flannelboard-stories-for-numbers-shapes-and-colors.pdf
ISBN: 9780743936996
Release Date: 2002-09-01
Number of pages: 96
Author: Belinda Dunnick Karge
Publisher: Teacher Created Resources

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Adobe Photoshop CS4 Comprehensive Concepts and Techniques

Filename: adobe-photoshop-cs4-comprehensive-concepts-and-techniques.pdf
ISBN: 9781439079270
Release Date: 2009-10-08
Number of pages: 736
Author: Gary Shelly
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online Adobe Photoshop CS4 Comprehensive Concepts and Techniques in PDF and EPUB Part of the highly successful Shelly Cashman series, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS4: COMPREHENSIVE CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES follows the proven Shelly Cashman step-by-step, screen-by-screen approach to learning the Photoshop CS4 software. In this text, you will find features designed to engaged students, improve retention, and prepare them for future success. Students are encouraged to expand their understanding of the Photoshop CS4 software and graphic design concepts through experimentation, exploration and planning ahead. Brand new end of chapter exercises prepare students to become more capable software users by requiring them to use critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Descriptive Inorganic Coordination and Solid State Chemistry

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ISBN: 9780840068460
Release Date: 2011-01-19
Number of pages: 656
Author: Glen Rodgers
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online Descriptive Inorganic Coordination and Solid State Chemistry in PDF and EPUB This proven, sophomore-level text introduces the basics of coordination, solid-state, and descriptive main-group chemistry in a uniquely accessible manner, featuring a less is more approach. This approach allows you to present concepts and applications that you find particularly important and fascinating. Consistent with the less is more philosophy, the book does not review topics covered in introductory courses, but rather moves directly into topics central to inorganic chemistry. Written in a conversational prose style that is enjoyable and easy to understand, this book presents not only the basic theories and methods of inorganic chemistry (in three self-standing sections), but also a great deal of the history and applications of the discipline. The new edition features new art, more diversified applications, and a new icon system. And to better help students understand how the seemingly disparate topics of the periodical table connect, the book offers revised coverage of the author’s Network of Interconnected Ideas on new full color endpapers, as well as on a convenient tear-out card. The author’s presentation does not assume prerequisites of organic or physical chemistry. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Sensorimotor Control and Learning

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ISBN: 9781137005113
Release Date: 2012-05-14
Number of pages: 500
Author: James Tresilian
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Download and read online Sensorimotor Control and Learning in PDF and EPUB Sensorimotor Control and Learning is a groundbreaking text that provides a uniquely integrated treatment of sensory and motor processes, reflecting the latest research trends in both neuromotor control and the perceptual sciences. Richly illustrated and written in a clear and concise manner, the book emphasizes the intimate links between sensory and motor processes, providing an integrated view of perception and action. Features of the book: • Emphasis on the multidisciplinary nature of the subject, which makes the text useful for a wide variety of readers • A rigorous and thorough account of how motor behaviors are controlled, coordinated, and changed • Numerous real-world examples relating to everyday experience • The latest research in the field, including a unique introductory treatment of control theory • Boxes highlighting and explaining more than 100 key terms, definitions and concepts throughout the text • Essential background material on neuroscience, biomechanics and engineering, making it a self-contained book for students • Over 600 high-quality illustrations by the author Sensorimotor Control and Learning is an indispensable resource for students of kinesiology and psychology, as well as students of other disciplines such as human factors, biomedical engineering, physiotherapy, and the neurosciences. James Tresilian is Head of the Department of Psychology at Warwick University, UK. He is also Honorary Professor at the University of Queensland and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society. He has taught motor learning, behavioral neuroscience and classical mechanics to students of kinesiology, psychology, biological sciences and physiotherapy.

Specific Learning Disabilities

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ISBN: 9780199342044
Release Date: 2014-06-06
Number of pages: 304
Author: Yitzchak Frank
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Specific Learning Disabilities in PDF and EPUB This book is a concise but comprehensive review of Specific Learning Disabilities, with a special attention to the biology of these diverse conditions. The reader will get a review of most aspects of SLD, including the different clinical syndromes (mostly dyslexia and dyscalculia), the clinical manifestations and the therapeutic approaches. It is unique in the proportion of its content dedicated to the biological aspects of SLD. It attempts to assemble and present the biological knowledge which has been accumulated on these conditions. This knowledge includes the neurological anatomy of dyslexia and dyscalculia, demonstrated with the help of modern neuro-imaging studies, and the physiology and the genetics of these conditions, again demonstrated by recently available technologies. These new technologies produced major discoveries related to SLD including the importance of phonological processing in reading, the presence of "number center?in the brain, and the rain networks involved in reading. We recognize that many dyslexic subjects have a deficit in aspects of language processing, specifically phonological processing; that dyscalculia can be the result of a number of distinct cognitive impairments, and that the basic underlying deficit in many cases of SLD may be a genetic variation. The same new biological investigative techniques can, like never before, measure the outcome of therapeutic techniques and learning methods. Such measurements will, in the future, be the "gold standard?in assessing the efficacy of different methods of classroom teaching in regular and different learners. Last, unlike many other publications on SLD, this book discusses the relatively unrecognized emotional aspects of SLD, and the sometime devastating effects that these conditions have on the life of affected subjects and their families, in and out of the classroom.

Using Physics Gadgets and Gizmos Grades 9 12

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ISBN: 9781938946622
Release Date: 2014-03-01
Number of pages: 169
Author: Matthew Bobrowsky
Publisher: NSTA Press

Download and read online Using Physics Gadgets and Gizmos Grades 9 12 in PDF and EPUB What student—or teacher—can resist the chance to experiment with Rocket Launchers, Drinking Birds, Dropper Poppers, Boomwhackers, Flying Pigs, and more? The 54 experiments in Using Physics Gadgets and Gizmos, Grades 9–12, encourage your high school students to explore a variety of phenomena involved with pressure and force, thermodynamics, energy, light and color, resonance, buoyancy, two-dimensional motion, angular momentum, magnetism, and electromagnetic induction. The authors say there are three good reasons to buy this book: 1. To improve your students’ thinking skills and problem-solving abilities 2. To acquire easy-to-perform experiments that engage students in the topic 3. To make your physics lessons waaaaay more cool The phenomenon-based learning (PBL) approach used by the authors—two Finnish teachers and a U.S. professor—is as educational as the experiments are attention-grabbing. Instead of putting the theory before the application, PBL encourages students to first experience how the gadgets work and then grow curious enough to find out why. Students engage in the activities not as a task to be completed but as exploration and discovery. The idea is to help your students go beyond simply memorizing physics facts. Using Physics Gadgets and Gizmos can help them learn broader concepts, useful critical-thinking skills, and science and engineering practices (as defined by the Next Generation Science Standards). And—thanks to those Boomwhackers and Flying Pigs—both your students and you will have some serious fun. For more information about hands-on materials for Using Physical Science Gadgets and Gizmos books, visit Arbor Scientific at