In this learning activity you'll discover what the .NET Framework is, what problems it solves, and how it came to be.
In this rapid-fire game you'll be challenged to identify various database field types.
Students examine an Excel spreadsheet to determine range, class, and width.
Students read and test themselves on the conditions that cause specific acid/base imbalances.
Instructors who will be teaching in an Interactive Television classroom can use this activity to familiarize themselves with the various equipment options available in these rooms. A matching activity is used as a self-assessment.
Students read about how acid/base balance affects a person's health. This activity includes animation.
In this interactive object, students view an animated depiction of Class 1 levers. A matching quiz completes the activity.
Technology in the Classroom questions
Students read about the three main classes of amplifiers and view graphical representations of the collector current and circuit.
Technology in the Classroom
You'll learn to identify methods of material classifications.
In this interactive object, learners match Spanish vocabulary words to items found in a classroom.
Learners follow steps to establish class boundaries and tally the data using a spreadsheet.
In this learning activity, you'll discover and then follow established rules when naming database objects.
In this interactive object, learners match Mandarin Chinese vocabulary words to items found in a classroom.
In this activity, you'll learn about the different data types associated with databases.
Learners examine how CEC, base saturation, and soil pH work with each other to define plant nutrient availability.
In this activity, you'll identify what constitutes harassment and discrimination of a protected class member.
Through the use of symbols and words, the learner reviews the etiologies, symptoms, and treatment of respiratory and metabolic acid-base disturbances.
In this learning activity, you'll watch an animated explanation of the terms class and object as used by computer programmers, and then contrast the differences.