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Shark Satellite Tagging – Berry Islands, Bahamas

One World One Ocean Field report Satellite Tagging The Berry Islands, Bahamas Neil Hammerschlag Director, RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program, University of Miami We are in Nassau Bahamas. We are about to get underway on a journey to the Berry Islands marine protected area, where we are going to do 5 days of intense shark […]

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Drones track endangered wildlife in Australian reserve

We’re out at Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary and we’re here to radio track Bettongs. Over the last two and a half years we’ve been building and testing a drone to radio track wildlife. This is something that hasn’t been achieved before anywhere in the world. It’s not a simple problem, but we believe that we’ve […]

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The High Cost of Grade Retention
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The High Cost of Grade Retention

Howdy! In the 2015-16 academic year, over 38,000 Texas public school children were retained in grade. That means they stayed in the same grade for two consecutive years. The cost of that extra year of schooling, based on average Texas expenditure per pupil, was over three hundred and eighty four million dollars. One has to […]

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How can ePortfolio increase student retention?
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How can ePortfolio increase student retention?

well I think that one other than most interesting things about eportfolios is that it brings together different kind of motivation to student learning. and so retention problems is often caused by students losing interest they’re under a lot of pressure, they’re under all kinds of there are all kinds of reasons that drive them […]

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CogSci: Two Glasses (Piaget Experiment)
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CogSci: Two Glasses (Piaget Experiment)

This glass here is empty, right? Or is it full? That is empty. And this glass… is full. Now, I will pour in water. This is empty, that is full. Is here more water inside, than before or is it the same amount? Here is more less water, than in the other glass. Why? Because […]

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