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Algebra 2 and Trigonometry - Forest Hills High School

Algebra 2 and Trigonometry is a new text for a course in intermediate algebra and trigonometry that continues the approach that has made Amsco a leader in presenting mathematics in a modern, integrated manner. Over the last decade, this approach has undergone numerous changes and refinements to keep pace with ever-changing technology. This textbook is the final book in the three-part series in which Amsco parallels the integrated approach to the teaching of high school mathematics promoted by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics in its Principles and Standards for School Mathematics and mandated by the New York State Board of Regents in the Mathematics Core Curriculum. The text presents a range of materials and explanations that are guidelines for achieving a high level of excellence in their understanding of mathematics. In this book: ✔ The real numbers are reviewed and the understanding of operations with irrational numbers, particularly radicals, is expanded. ✔ The graphing calculator continues to be used as a routine tool in the study of mathematics. Its use enables the student to solve problems that require computation that more realistically reflects the real world. The use of the calculator replaces the need for tables in the study of trigonometry and logarithms. ✔ Coordinate geometry continues to be an integral part of the visualization of algebraic and trigonometric relationships. ✔ Functions represent a unifying concept throughout. The algebraic functions introduced in Integrated Algebra 1 are reviewed, and exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions are presented. ✔ Algebraic skills from Integrated Algebra 1 are maintained, strengthened, and expanded as both a holistic approach to mathematics and as a bridge to advanced studies. ✔ Statistics includes the use of the graphing calculator to reexamine range, quartiles, and interquartile range, to introduce measures of dispersion such as variance and standard deviation, and to determine the curve that best represents a set of bivariate data.

Algebra 2 and Trigonometry - Valley Central School District

Algebra 2 and Trigonometry is a new text for a course in intermediate algebra and trigonometry that continues the approach that has made Amsco a leader in presenting mathematics in a modern, integrated manner. Over the last decade, this approach has undergone numerous changes and refinements to keep pace with ever-changing technology. This textbook is the final book in the three-part series in which Amsco parallels the integrated approach to the teaching of high school mathematics promoted by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics in its Principles and Standards for School Mathematics and mandated by the New York State Board of Regents in the Mathematics Core Curriculum. The text presents a range of materials and explanations that are guidelines for achieving a high level of excellence in their understanding of mathematics. In this book: ✔ The real numbers are reviewed and the understanding of operations with irrational numbers, particularly radicals, is expanded. ✔ The graphing calculator continues to be used as a routine tool in the study of mathematics. Its use enables the student to solve problems that require computation that more realistically reflects the real world. The use of the calculator replaces the need for tables in the study of trigonometry and logarithms. ✔ Coordinate geometry continues to be an integral part of the visualization of algebraic and trigonometric relationships. ✔ Functions represent a unifying concept throughout. The algebraic functions introduced in Integrated Algebra 1 are reviewed, and exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions are presented. ✔ Algebraic skills from Integrated Algebra 1 are maintained, strengthened, and expanded as both a holistic approach to mathematics and as a bridge to advanced studies. ✔ Statistics includes the use of the graphing calculator to reexamine range, quartiles, and interquartile range, to introduce measures of dispersion such as variance and standard deviation, and to determine the curve that best represents a set of bivariate data.

MLTI Participation Packet 2013 MLTI Apple Alternate ... - Maine.gov

MLTI Apple Program Description Goals The MLTI goals remain: • Equity • Integration with Maine’s Learning Results • Sustainability / Avoiding Obsolescence • Teacher Preparation and Professional Development • Economic Development At a school and classroom level, these goals can be translated into a few more tangible actionable goals: 1) changing teacher practices in ways that leverage technology to facilitate a student-centered learning environment, and 2) active participation in on-going professional development efforts. Professional Development Apple Professional Development (APD) brings educational experience and curriculum knowledge to every workshop delivered. With over 10 years of collaborative work in Maine, the APD team is comprised of trained educators with years of classroom and leadership experience. APD delivers comprehensive professional development programs focused on supporting classroom teachers along with building and district leaders. The comprehensive Professional Development plan outlined in this solution focuses on teaching and learning best practices underpinned by a long-term association with the SAMR Model, learned from the work done with MLTI. An emphasis on hands-on, engaging learning is foundational to the offerings outlined from Apple Professional Development. Whether through the use of online resources from iTunes U, face-to-face engagement in a traditional workshop setting, classroom coaching and mentoring, or as part of the Leadership Cadres, Apple’s comprehensive Professional Development plan is ready to take Maine educators to new levels of capability and effectiveness.

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Junk Drawer Robotics Activity Supplies - 4-H

This is a sample of the kinds of stuff that you might use to build your Junk Drawer Robotics robots. The items listed and shown are some of the things and parts that can be useful for the robotics activities in this curriculum. This is not a complete list and should be used just as a reference and source for other ideas. Most of the items do not have to be exactly the same as the ones listed or shown and can be whatever you can find or have locally. You can browse in the grocery, hardware, office supply and the “dollar” stores to find different items that can be used by the youth. Sometimes inexpensive items can be used in constructing other items. A cheap toy vehicle can be taken apart. The axles and wheels, and motor if it has one, can be used to make the robots cheaper than buying new parts. Other items like a bicycle, IPod, tongs, or pliers that might be used in some activities can be borrowed for that activity. A collection of old parts and equipment can become a great learning experience for young explorers. They can find and frame problems and develop creative solutions from such items.

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At Balanced Martial Arts & Fitness we develop the whole person. Our curriculum pulls some of the best techniques and skills from various arts to create a system that is exciting and effective. Our programs focus on four main objectives: Confidence, Respect, Self-DIscipline, and Fitness.The virtues of a martial artist,

Electric Power Training Catalog - TEEX

TEEX Electric Power Training Since 1940, organizations have used the electric power training programs of The Texas A&M University System to train electric power line workers, equipment operators, meter technicians, substation operators, construction and maintenance crews, crew leaders, supervisors, and other staff. The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), Electric Power Training Program offers a complete set of technical courses designed for employees of electric cooperatives, municipal utilities, contractors, investor-owned, industrial and other organizations that are involved in the electric power industry. These courses range from Pole Climbing for apprentices to Troubleshooting Customer Line Service Complaints for journeyman line technicians. The majority of our courses are available both as open enrollment (conducted at TEEX training centers) or as contract courses (conducted on-site at your facility). We also can customize training topics to meet your training needs. Our goal is to provide the highest quality training at the lowest possible cost to the electric power industry, and to provide convenient training schedules to meet individual needs. We are constantly developing and updating courses to keep abreast of changing technology. We encourage input from you, as only our customers can help us make a great program even better. The curriculum is designed to teach both the safety and technical aspects of electric power equipment. The method of instruction for each course varies from hands-on to instructor-led. Each course is designed in a challenging manner to help achieve the maximum level of training. Skill testing is performed and continuing education credits are given for successful completion of the courses.

Workforce Training for the Electric Power Sector Purpose

Workforce Training for the Electric Power Sector. Purpose: to facilitate the development of a well-‐ trained, highly skilled, electric power sector workforce which is ... Workforce Training for the Electric Power Sector Purpose: to facilitate the development of a well-­‐ trained, highly skilled, electric power sector workforce which is vital to implemen?ng a na?onal clean-­‐energy smart grid. 3 The Department of Energy Inves?ng in America’s Workforce •  OE awarded nearly $100 million of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds to 54 workforce training projects. Projects are focused on two main areas: •  Smart Grid Workforce Training •  Curriculum Development •  Recipients es?mate the projects will train approximately 30,000 individuals over three years. ARRA FOA 152: Refilling the Pipeline Workforce Training Projects Incremental Systems Corporation Issaquah, WA Washington State University Pullman, WA Centralia Community College Centralia, WA Critical Intelligence Inc Idaho Falls, ID Oregon Institute of Technology Klamath Falls, OR Key Training Corporation Meridian, ID University Enterprises Inc. Sacramento, CA Salt Lake Community College (2) Salt Lake City, UT Navajo Tribal Utility Authority Fort Defiance, AZ Glendale Community College Glendale, CA Pacific Center for Advanced Technology Training Honolulu, HI University of Hawaii-Manoa Honolulu, HI Community Colleges Industry/Utilities Other Programs Universities University of Colorado-Boulder Boulder, CO Lehigh University Bethlehem, PA Michigan Department of Pennsylvania Northern Michigan Northeast Energy, University State Wisconsin Labor, & Marquette, MI University Bismarck State Technical Economic Council for University College Workforce Development College Illinois Institute of Growth Adult and Park, PA Bismarck, ND Green Bay, WI Technology Institute Inc. Experiential Lansing, MI Albany, NY Chicago, IL Regents of the Syracuse Learning National Grid USA University of Chicago, IL Cuyahoga University Service Company Inc. Minnesota Community Syracuse, Waltham, MA Minneapolis, MN NY College Saint Paul College Cleveland, OH Saint Paul, MN Community College of Rhode Island Iowa Valley Warwick, RI Community College District Consolidated Edison Marshalltown, IA Company Ivy Tech Ameren Pepco Indianapolis,Ohio State New York, NY Pratt Services IN Holdings Inc. University Community Princeton Energy Company Washington, Research College Resources St. Louis, MO DC Foundation Pratt, KS International LLC Columbus, OH Rockville, MD National Electrical St. Louis Manufacturers Community Association College Arlington, VA St. Louis, MO Georgia Duke Energy Oncor Electric Tech Res. North Carolina Business Delivery Corporation Services LLC State University Company LLC Raleigh, NC Atlanta, GA Charlotte, NC Dallas, TX Savannah Austin Community Technical College College Clemson University Austin, TX Savannah, GA Electric Power Clemson, SC University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chattanooga, TN Mississippi Gulf Coast Community University of Perkinston, MS Houston College of Technology Houston, TX University of Kentucky Research Foundation Lexington, KY General Electric Company Atlanta, GA Florida Power & Light Company Miami, FL

Training and development services — power generation - Aurecon

Aurecon provides world-class engineering, management and specialist technical services to government and private sector clients. Part of this service offering includes a comprehensive suite of specialised technical courses for professionals within the Power Generation industry. Eland Substation South Africa Aurecon is a specialist Energy sector Registered Training Organisation (RTO) under the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). We have approximately 50 years of experience in the analysis, design, development and delivery of accredited and non-accredited training programs. In 2000 Aurecon purchased the NSW generation consultancy division of Pacific Power — Pacific Power International (PPI). PPI was well known as one of Australia’s leading consultancy and technical training providers in the Power Generation industry. It had numerous consultants on various Generation advisory groups including the chair for the Power Generation National Training Advisory Group which steered the syllabus and curriculum of today’s current UEP12 Generation training package. We immerse ourselves in client organisations, community groups, industry bodies, training stakeholders and representative groups on a regular basis. It is these sound relationships that enable Aurecon to deliver proficient solutions on each and every project we undertake.

Elementary Teacher Guide and Student Materials - Stairway ...

Dear Educators: Preprimary thru Elementary age children and our elderly are within the two demographics with the highest incidence of stairway related injuries, most of which happen in the home. The Stairway Manufacturers’ Association members are professional stairbuilders and stair part manufacturers dedicated to reducing stairway accidents through building code reform and education of the industry and the public. This program is part of that effort and presents an opportunity, which you as educators can compliment and reinforce, as our children develop habits essential to life safety. Learning these important lessons will enable them to ―Use Stairs Safely‖ within the built environment and to transfer their knowledge to others by example. This program has been developed by a team of elementary educators and stair professionals and has been classroom tested. We invite your comments and critique to help us improve the program and to learn of the needs of our students and school systems. To contact us simply email SMA@stairways.org . You will find additional information related to stairways and the industry at www.stairways.org . What is the SMA Student Stair Safety Program?  This is a program designed for students that can be customized for students of any age to introduce them to the basics of stair safety.  The curriculum includes downloadable graphics, lesson plans, coloring/activity book, basic mathematic materials and introduction to stair codes. Why spend classroom time focusing on stairs and stair safety?  According to the Home Safety Council's national report on home injuries, the State of Home Safety in America™ (2004), falls accounted for nearly one-third of all unintentional home injury deaths each year. Falls from stairs and steps were the second leading cause of death due to falls.  Research has shown that the largest percentage of the falls that result in serious injury are not the result of faulty stair design regulated by building code but rather stairs that are in poor condition or unsafe stair usage that we might significantly affect through education.  Not only do stairs present a significant safety risk, but they also present a hands-on learning opportunity for students of all ages to be involved in learning measuring and mathematics.

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