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Research and Practice
Why Dont More
History Teachers
Engage Students in
Interpretation?
Social Education 67(6), pp. 358361
2003 National Council for the Social Studies
Keith C. Barton and Linda S. Levstik
Over the past fifteen years, a great deal
of att
May 23, 2017
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
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POSITION:
Prime Time For Kids Site Coordinator
Woodland Heights Elementary
SALARY:
State Salary Schedule
QUALIFICATIONS:
Graduation from high school with a preference given to associates degree in Early Childhood
De
MATHEMATICS HISTORY & TECHNOLOGY
Competency 661.1.4: Evaluation of Technological Tools  The graduate evaluates
technological tools for appropriate use in a variety of situations.
Competency 661.1.5: Using Technology for Problem Solving  The graduate uti
Linear Algebra ROKT
Task 3
A.
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Linear Algebra (RKT2)
Task 1
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Linear Algebra (RKT2)
Task 2
Part A.
1) This quantified statement is false. It is false because person 4 has
not called anyone.
2) This quantified statement is true because every person has been
called by at least one other person.
3) This statement is al
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College Geometry
EXP Task 3 (0516)
A. The x coordinate for point B is 1.5, and the y coordinate is 1. This
is proven by the following. The distance between point A, and
Point B is determined by the distance formula. The square root of
(11)2 + (1.51)2=.5
Mathematics Learning and Teaching
Task 3 (Parts BE)
B. This lesson incorporates problembased learning because the students are
presented with a problem that they need to solve. They are asked to design a
greenhouse using only the shapes discussed in the
PROBLEMBASED LESSON PLAN
(for Mathematics Learning and Teaching, Task 3)Daniel Anderson
GENERAL INFORMATION
Lesson Title & Subject(s): Using Area Formulas to solve real world problems. (7 th
grade Math)
Topic or Unit of Study: Geometry (Area of Geometri
Mathematics Learning and Teaching
OPT Task 1 (0216)
A. The NCTM content standard being addressed in the video is the Algebra Standard.
Specifically,
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSA.CED.A.1
Create equations and inequalities in one variable and use them to solve
prob
College Geometry
EXP Task 2 (0516)
Theorem 1: An exterior angle of a triangle is a greater than either of the nonadjacent interior
angles of the triangle.
A. This theorem is true for the following reasons:
1) The outside angle of a triangle is adjacent to
College Geometry (EXP 2)
EXP Task 1 (0516)
A. Undefined Terms
Elements Points, Lines
Relations On
1. Using Axiom 3 I know that there exists at least 3 distinct points.
Logically, we can decide to call these three points A, B, and C. We also
know that fo
Brush up on Your Drug Calculation Skills
Louise Diehl, RN, MSN, ND, ACNSBC, NPC
Nurse Practitioner  Owner
Doctor of Naturopathy
Lehigh Valley Wellness Center
Many nurses are weak with drug calculations of all sorts. This article will help to review the
FORMULAS
DOSAGE BASED OF BODY WEIGHT:
 CONVERT WEIGHT FROM LBS. TO KG.
Conversion factor 2.2 lb. = 1 kg
2.2 LB
WEIGHT LBS  DIVIDE WEIGHT BY CONVERSION FACTOR

Multiply weight conversion by dosage
BODY SURFACE AREA
1. CALCULATE USING THE SQUARE ROOT ME
Common Conversion Factors in Medical Dosage Calculations
As a healthcare professional, you have to convert patient weights, fluid volumes, medication weights,
and more. Conversion math isnt hard to do as long as you know the basic conversion factors. Here
Figuring IV Flow Rate, Infusion Time, and Total Volume
Whenever youre administering intravenous (IV) infusions, you need to know the flow rate, infusion
time, and total volume. Fortunately, calculating any one of these three variables is easy to do when y
Ideal Body Weight (IBM)
IBW is calculated with the use of a formula in which weight is adjusted on the basis of height. This
formula replaces the height/weight tables formerly used to estimate ideal weights for adults and is
used for nutritional assessmen
Ashley Lake
Cultural Studies and Diversity
EFP1 task 2
1/13/17
A.
Describe two distinct diverse groups within the U.S. Student population
There are many diverse groups of people within the United States. A couple that I
believe have a great impact on stud
7/10/2017
Taskstream
LINEAR ALGEBRA
COMPETENCY 209.8.7: PROPOSITIONAL LOGIC  THE GRADUATE APPLIES THE
FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS OF PROPOSITIONAL LOGIC IN FORMULATING AND SOLVING PROBLEMS.
TASK 1: PROPOSITIONAL LOGIC
INTRODUCTION:
LOGIC PROVIDES A PRECISE LANGUAG