Starland is a 3-part course for older learners of elementary schools (aged 10-12). Contains amusement elements (Time Out sections), project tasks (ICT corners), interdisciplinary elements (Across Curriculum modules), English speaking counries knowledge (Culture Corners), self-learning tables (Study Skills subchapters), guided-writing exercises, situational dialogues (Everyday English sections), grammar explanatory notes, and vocabulary introductory parts (Modular Pages).
Lesson Study has been actively introduced from Japan to various parts of the world, starting with the US. Such introduction is heavily connected with a focus on mathematics education and there is a strong misconception that Lesson Study is only for mathematics or science. The introduction is usually done at the departmental or form level and there has been a strong question about its sustainability in schools.
AP tests have become a significant part of many students' application packages. Not only can a good score improve their chances of acceptance, it can save their families money. This newly updated guide contains a detailed overview of European history from 1450 to the present. Also included is a chapter of enrichment resources-primary and secondary source readings, Internet resources, and historical movies. Peterson's AP Series speaks to students who've put in the study time and have a pretty good idea of where they're headed. This new volume comes with a tried and true system for building confidence and improving scores.
The Idea of Iambos is a long overdue study of the genre of Greek iambic poetry from the perspective provided by ancient testimonies. Andrea Rotstein places research on iambos in the framework of a new methodological approach to ancient genres based on the cognitive sciences, offering an unprecedented study of ancient theories of genres and the way they affected ancient scholarship.
Here is the first biography of Niko Tinbergen, the brilliant but reticent naturalist (once described as "pathologically modest") who turned a passion for observing nature into a revolutionary new branch of science that illuminated the study of animal behavior.
Physics is for everyone. It is more than simply the study of the physical universe. It is much more interesting, diverse, and far more extreme. In physics, we observe nature, seek regularities in the data, and attempt to create mathematical relationships that we can use as tools to study new situations. Physics is not just the study of unrelated concepts, but rather how everything we do profoundly affects society and the environment.