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Data warehousing using Pentaho Data Integration
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In this resource explained about data warehousing Extract,transform and Load (ETL) process using Pentaho open source application. Data Integration is core process of Data warehousing implementation. Using Pentaho data integration tool it is clearly explained step -by -step practical part of transformation and Load process.

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Career and Technical Education
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Dr.Girija narasimhan
Trading Stock Options Wisely
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“Did you know the market just fell a hundred points?” ”Investments and shares are so tricky now as compared a few years ago!” “How do I know the secrets of trading?” “Are there some set rules as to how one needs to go by when it comes to trading one’s options?” – Questions like these are very commonly heard today. Be it a multi-millionaire, an employee who is looking to weigh his options or even someone who has been doing it over the years, trading, investments, stock options & rise and fall of shares can be complicated, period.

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Business and Communication
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Manuel Jesus
LDC CoreTools
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The Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) provides a curriculum alignment system that helps teachers deliver standards-driven assignments in which students write in response to reading in discipline-specific ways supported by backwards-designed instruction.

LDC tools and learning experiences help teachers and schools meet the challenges of: (1) increasing the rigor of assignments, lessons, and units by becoming truly standards-driven, (2) increasing teachers' knowledge and expertise around instructional planning, and (3) radically changing the expectations schools and teachers have for their students' ability to read and write with depth and breadth—in other words, to be truly college and career ready.

The LDC CoreTools platform includes: (1) a free Curriculum Library that includes nationally-validated tasks and instructional plans that can be modified to meet any teacher's needs; (2) template-driven task and instructional plan editing tools that can be used collaboratively; (3) student-work rubrics and a curriculum-alignment rubric; (4) free professional learning experiences; (5) premium professional learning experiences, resources, and analytics.

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Oregon Science Project Hybrid Module #3: Formative Assessment for Equity- Team Grants Pass
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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

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Education
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Carly Anderson
LDC Task Templates
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Assignments matter. Task predicts performance. The rigor of a task sets students up for engagement with texts and with their peers.

Based on the cognitive demands of college-and-career-readiness standards, LDC "task templates"—a set of fill-in-the-blank assignment shells that support cognitive demands such as analysis, synthesis, comparison, and evaluation—help teachers, coaches, and curriculum designers create well aligned tasks.

These templates are used to design assignments that ask students to write in response to reading—assignments that teachers use to center and frame the type of work they do in class.

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History
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Oregon Science Project Hybrid Module #3: Formative Assessment for Equity (Joan)
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Oregon Science Project Module #3 Facilitator Video OverviewThis is the third in a series of Hybrid NGSS Modules curated by the Oregon Science Project in 2017 using already created, research-based NGSS professional development resources. This module focuses on formative assessment and how it can help educators to make student thinking visible and also how to use student ideas and models for teaching in the NGSS classroom.  It builds on the work of the first two: Module #1 Phenomena & Equity, Module #2 Talk & Equity.All Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS PD Modules are designed to be done together with other educators in real time either online or face-to-face. The Oregon Science Project utilizes the videoconferencing tools of Zoom to run small teams of K-12 educators through these modules online in real time. Some Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitators are able to meet with their teams in person and still use these modules on computers during face-to-face work.It was built using the OER Commons Module builder so it is broken into units as Tasks. Some are meant to be done individually, while others are designed for group dialogue and interaction. Dialogue in this case is used as way to build shared understanding. This is compared to discussion where a group is working on making a decision or choice. This difference is based upon the Adaptive School Work of Garmston and Wellman. You can read more about this in Chapter 4 of the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups. The design of the modules and overall framework is also informed by the research about professional development from A Facilitator's Guide to Online Professional Development: Establishing Communities of Learning and Cultures of Thinking by Carol Brooks Simoneau and Gerald Bailey.Instructor DescriptionsAccompanying each task is a backend "Instructor Description." Each Instructor Description is only intended for the instructor or facilitator of the module and not the educator participating as a learner in the module. Each Instructor Description includesbakckground informationinstructions for facilitator preparationtips/ideas for facilitators working with a group onlinetips/ideas for face-to-face facilitationlinks to other resources when appropriateRemixing and Using this Module for Professional DevelopmentIf you would like to use this module, simply select REMIX and then edit your own copy so that it represents your facilitation style, local context, and professional development needs. This module was developed based upon the assumption that all participants have completed Oregon Science Project Hybrid NGSS Modules #1 and 2 and are studying the NGSS.Module #3 Components:Task #1 - Module #3 OverviewTask #2 - What is formative assessment? Individual WorkTask #3 - What is formative assessment? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #4- What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Individual WorkTask #5 - What are some high leverage practices for formative assessment in the NGSS classroom?  Group Reflection and DialogueTask #6 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Individual WorkTask #7 - How can we develop and use culturally responsive formative assessments for NGSS? Group Reflection and DialogueTask #8 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Individual WorkTask #9 - How can we integrate the NGSS practices into assessment tasks? Group Reflection and Dialogue

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Education
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Joan Swafford
Math, Grade 6, Expressions, Math Tricks
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Students explore what makes a math trick work by analyzing verbal math expressions that describe each step in the trick.Key ConceptsWords can be used to describe mathematical operations.In a math trick, a person starts with a number, follows mathematical directions given in words, and ends up with the original number.Math tricks can be explained by examining the mathematical expressions that represent the verbal directions.Goals and Learning ObjectivesExplore verbal expressions.Predict and test which sets of expressions will result in the original number.

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Mathematics
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Pearson
ACESSE Resource D - How to Craft 3D Classroom Science Assessments
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Abstract: This session provides a step-by-step process to support participants as they design a 3D assessment task for the science classroom. Along the way, they learn how to define 3D learning performances for specific lessons—and how to use a range of tools to support their assessment design work. A key goal of the session activity is to improve the connection of intended learning goals to assessment practices. Participants build their 3D assessment design capacity by designing and workshopping tasks—before piloting them in their classrooms. The approaches learned in this workshop can be used with any curricula, at any grade level, and across all subjects of science. 

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Applied Science
Engineering
Education
Life Science
Physical Science
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Hank Clark
A Comprehensive Outline Of World History
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A textbook that covers major events from the beginning of time until 1900. The text is divided first by time period and then by region and country within the period. Learn about the following topics in this world history textbook:Ice Age, Neanderthals, Mesolithic Age, Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age,  Ancient Egypt, Greek Empire, Roman Empire, Nomads, Han Dynasty, Mayan Empire, Byzantine Empire, Dark Ages, Barbarians, Turkish Empire, Viking Empire, Vikings, Charlemagne, Classical Period, Middle Ages, Mongol Empire, Genghis Khan, Black Death, Plague, Colonization, America, Pilgrims, Ottoman Empire, American Revolution, Industrial Revolution, Reconstruction, Renaissance, Age of Discovery, Elizabethan Era, Reformation Era, Age of Enlightenment. Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)

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World History
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Textbook
Author:
Jack E. Maxfield
What is a HyperDoc?
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What is a HyperDoc? How do I create a HyperDoc? What format should I follow to optimize student learning? Work your way through this HyperDoc and discover what they are, why we should be using them as teachers, and experience first hand the value of independent learning.

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Educational Technology
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Stephanie Bernthal
In the Community: An Intermediate Integrated Skills Textbook
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An English language skills textbook to help ESL students acquire communication skills in the community (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) The book is aimed at CLB levels 5/6 focusing on intercultural skills and essential skills: reading text, document use, writing, oral communication, thinking skills, working with others, and computer use.

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English Language Arts
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Alberta Open Educational Resources (ABOER) Initiative
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Elza Bruk
Patti Hergott
Intro to Academic Writing for ESOL
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The materials here were selected for ESOL learners who have intermediate-high intermediate writing skills and are starting more "academic" levels of course work in order to transition into college-level composition courses.

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English Language Arts
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Delpha Thomas
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Delpha Thomas
Bay College - ENGL 145 - Technical and Report Writing
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Online OER text adapted for use in ENGL 145 - ENGL 145 Technical and Report Writing by Amber Kinonen for Bay College.

© 2017 Bay College and Content Creators. Except where otherwise noted this work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.

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English Language Arts
Composition and Rhetoric
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Amber Kinonen
Writing for Success
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This a text that provides instruction in steps, builds writing, reading, and critical thinking, and combines comprehensive grammar review with an introduction to paragraph writing and composition.

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English Language Arts
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Open Textbook Library
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