These interactive websites and apps breathe life into textbook illustrations and lessons about the human body and anatomy for K-12 students.
Role-play is a valuable teaching and training tool that delivers immense amount of imprinted learning. This learning is retained and recalled better through the role-play experience.
This Hub shows you how to write an abstract. Abstracts are short summaries of academic articles (or reports) that give a brief summary of what you did. They are needed for submitting to journals.
Why are zombies so popular? This article explores the popularity of the living dead, examining sociological and economic factors, Jungian archetypes, and contemporary historical trends.
This gross science project is possibly the best-ever digestion lesson for kids. Using common kitchen items, we simulate digestion from eating to squeezing out a poop from a stocking.
Of all the women of World War Two, the Land Girls stand out for the hard work they did on farms in Britain and abroad. WW2 Land Girls working the land so that Britain could eat! Land Girls mattered.
Why blueprints aren't blue now, what is reprographics, how did architects copy their plans in the past and what printers are used now?
INFJ Myers Brigg on why they have such weird killer brains.... featuring Disney princesses.
The Dearg-Due is among the most formidable creatures of Irish Legend, and her story is as tragic and heartbreaking as it is terrifying.
All the Notes for Give me Liberty! An American History by Eric Foner Chapter 1. Almost the entire book is included. Your welcome.