E.g., Tuesday, February 9, 2016
E.g., Tuesday, February 9, 2016
E.g., Tuesday, February 9, 2016
April 2016

Willst du bereits vor dem Studium die Grundlagen des wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens erlernen? Oder steht die erste große Hausarbeit an und du möchtest wissen, wie du am besten vorgehst? Hier lernst du, wie du jede wissenschaftliche Arbeit meisterst.

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This Research Methods Lab course is part two of the Research Methods series. You should not attempt this course without having first completed the "Research Methods" course. This Lab extends beyond the basics of research methodology and the logic of experimental design, concepts you learned in "Research Methods".

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We live in the moment. Or so it might seem. King’s College philosopher of physics Dr Eleanor Knox reveals how Einstein’s work has radical implications for past, present and future.

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What’s at the heart of the conflict between science and religion? Can it be solved? Philosopher and author Mark Vernon answers one of modernity’s most complex problems.

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Based on Next Generation Science Standards, this course provides an introduction to the role of science in society, feedback and regulation mechanisms, and using a systems approach to solve scientific problems. Participants will explore the nature of scientific inquiry and learn how to analyze scientific data.

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In October 2014, millions of young people across the nation—like you—will become scientists for the day during the seventh annual 4-H National Youth Science Day (NYSD). NYSD is the premiere national rallying event for 4-H Science year-round programming. It brings together thousands of youth, volunteers and educators from the nation’s 109 land-grant colleges and universities to simultaneously complete the National Science Experiment. The 2014 National Science Experiment, Rockets to the Rescue, provides the opportunity to explore firsthand how aerospace engineering can be used to solve real world challenges—such as food distribution in emergency situations—to make a positive impact in our world.

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Jan 25th 2016

This course is designed for middle and high school students (ages 14 -18) to apply science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) concepts to evaluate and solve global challenges. Students will work collaboratively on international teams to create a simulated, sustainable outpost on Mars. The course is comprised of five modules, and participants will hear from experts in the areas of clean water, renewable energy, clean air, food and nutrition, and Mars.

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Feb 9th 2016

Explore the deadliest places in the universe, from black holes to supernovae.

Average: 6 (3 votes)
Jan 13th 2016

As a teacher, these struggles raise important questions: Which texts should my students read? What should I do if they struggle to understand? Am I teaching a text too quickly? Too slowly? Will more reading become an uphill battle? Will less reading become a slippery slope on which reading becomes even more difficult? This course is designed to address such concerns, giving teachers the tools to help students read for understanding in science.

Average: 5.5 (2 votes)
Feb 15th 2016

This eight-week online course provides an overview of the economy surrounding biotechnology. As a participant, you’ll learn about biorefineries, nutrients, biopolymers, bioenergy, and the cycle that takes products from biomass to world markets.

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Mar 14th 2016

Gain a unique insight into dementia through the stories, symptoms and science behind four less common diagnoses.

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Jan 13th 2016

Learn the science behind different types of natural disasters and our ability, or inability, to control and predict these events.

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Feb 22nd 2016

Gain an understanding of the natural world, how the web of life works, with illustrations from around the world.

Average: 3 (3 votes)
Feb 8th 2016

Should we be excited about the Higgs boson? Find out more about particle physics and understanding the universe.

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Jan 27th 2016

Le but du cours est d'identifier les roches et les minéraux courants et de découvrir leurs applications ainsi que leur impact environnemental...

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Feb 1st 2016

The Disciplinary Literacy for Deeper Learning MOOC-Ed will explore digital literacy, which is the ability to understand and use a range of digital technologies, a critical skill for today’s classroom.

Average: 2.3 (7 votes)
Jan 20th 2016

Learn the skills and tools of improvement science to make positive changes in health, healthcare, and your daily life.

Average: 1 (1 vote)
Jan 25th 2016

Light is a fascinating and familiar topic for children and adults. It’s also rich and complex, which is great if you are teaching a graduate level course in Quantum Mechanics. But how do you lay the foundation for this exciting topic? What do you teach to the youngest would-be scientists? This self-paced, 5 week course is designed for both formal and informal educators who want to teach children ages 6-14 about the science of light and optics.

Average: 10 (1 vote)
Jan 11th 2016

Come and explore the basics of Microbiology and Forensic Science so you can better understand the world around you.

Average: 5.5 (4 votes)
Oct 16th 2015

This course introduces the basics of Digital Signal Processing and computational acoustics, motivated by the vibrational physics of real-world objects and systems.

Average: 5.3 (6 votes)

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