This resource provides access to the Northern California Training Academy's Core for Social Workers Module 2 training materials. To learn more about the Academy, please visit humanservices.ucdavis.edu/academy.
African Animals in Habitats An inquiry-based animal study centered around a Zoo visit of the African Continent.
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Banana Split: To Eat or Not to Eat A history of "Banana Republics," discussing banana production, diseases, ethical consumerism, organic & conventional agriculture.
Weather Watchers How does meteorological activity impact air pollution control and prevention?
Incredible Insect Mouth A hands-on experiment type of lesson in which the children act as insects and use different tools for their "mouths".
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Sun Curve Design Challenge A student-teacher collaboration focusing on scientific inquiry and green design innovation to generate new ideas for sustainable agriculture.
Organic Store Wars Not long ago in a supermarket not so far away… an educational video based on Star Wars hopes to raise awareness about healthy food choices.
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A resource to help instructors design quality online discussions.
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A presentation for writers struggling creativity as they follow along with the effect that Hamilton: An American Musical had on my own creative writing journey.
In this activity, students will have the opportunity to give nutritional advice to their peers and recommend a day of healthy meals to a visiting international student.
This lesson will be the first of six lessons guiding students in constructing the abstract concepts necessary to understand adding positive and negative integers.
It is designed for adult learners (or middle school or older) who are not fluent with using numbers.
Research shows that maintaining high retention rates in distance learning education is a challenge. There are various tools and resources available web-based tools that can help identify at-risk students and measure and boost opportunities for growth and success. Students can take advantage of these resources to prepare ahead of time to ensure a "SMART" start and successful completion of their online course work.
First we will review SmarterMeasure to identify attributes, skills and knowledge and assess competencies necessary for successful distance learning and help identify potential resources to help maximize efficiency in potentially deficient areas.
Then we will review SMARThinking that helps educational institutions offer students outstanding academic support through a network of professionally certified educators focused on increasing student achievement and enhance learning.
Database Security is the utmost key part for any type of database, .for example financial information, personal information, employee information and enterprise information. This book will cover following topics such as creating and altering database user, password profiling, various privileges and virtual private database. All the topics are implemented by using oracle 11g software. Especially for readers this book will give clarity about database security concepts such as Authorization, Authentication and Access control. The practical part using oracle provides how to carry out database security concepts technically for the reader.
The Civil Rights Movement for African American equality is one of the defining social movements of the 1950s and 60s. Ordinary people took to the streets to demand equality. This lesson will explore the various forms of protest that defined the movement. Two of the most notable leaders of the movement were Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. While both men shared the common goal of equality, their approaches were very different. Martin Luther King preached nonviolent civil disobedience, while Malcolm X demanded equality “by any means necessary.” You will examine famous speeches and articles written by both men to form your own opinion of which approach is more effective to have your demands met.StandardsCC.8.5.11-12.FCC.8.6.9-10.GCC.8.3.12.D
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