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  • Organization: University of Baguio
  • Position: Professor of History

Rhoda Basco rhoda Professor of History University of Baguio

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  • Organization: Mesa Community College
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Beth Alsen balsen Instructional Designer, CTL Mesa Community College Beth Alsen, an Instructional Designer, develops creative and innovate learning experiences for professional development focused... more »Beth Alsen balsen Instructional Designer, CTL Mesa Community College Beth Alsen, an Instructional Designer, develops creative and innovate learning experiences for professional development focused on teaching excellence for the 21st century practitioner at the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Mesa Community College. Beth’s active and engaging approaches to lesson design and delivery integrate pedagogy and technology seamlessly focused on communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity. As education transforms so does Beth’s approach to support faculty in designing lessons the way that their students’ learn regardless of modality. However, her expertise extends beyond the classroom to campus-wide projects such as training for the Higher Learning Commission, the eLearning Gold Star Program, Apps based on Blooms as well as Learning Spaces. She remains current in her field by teaching for the Education Studies Department as well as being certified by the Chair Academy for Leadership as well as a Quality Matter Peer Reviewer and Instructor for online and hybrid training. Additional K-12 certifications have included English, History, Spanish, English as a Second Language and Bilingual Education. Finally, Beth has supported many grant initiatives such as Title III with the Math, Reading and English Department as well as the TL3C Education Studies. Her most memorable accomplishments were developing an English as a Second Language Program that ranked 2nd in the state of Arizona as well as being inducted into UC Irvine’s Hall of Fame for her running accomplishments.

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  • Organization: University of Arizona
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Leila Hudson Leilahud Associate professor University of Arizona Dr. Leila Hudson is Associate Professor and Associate Director of the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the... more »Leila Hudson Leilahud Associate professor University of Arizona Dr. Leila Hudson is Associate Professor and Associate Director of the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the University of Arizona. A graduate of Yale College (BA) and the University of Michigan’s Anthropology Department (MA) and Interdepartmental Doctoral Program in Anthropology and History (PhD), she researches and teaches about culture and political economy in the Arab world. She is the author of Transforming Damascus: Space and Modernity in an Islamic City (IB Tauris, 2008) and Middle Eastern Humanities: An Introduction to Middle Eastern Cultures (Kendall Hunt, 2010) and co-editor of Media Evolution on the Eve of the Arab Spring (Palgrave MacMillan 2014) as well as articles on gender, culture, and power in the Ottoman and contemporary Middle East that have appeared in the Journal of Islamic Studies, Comparative Studies in South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Critical Studies of the Middle East, Middle East Policy, Al-Jazeera English, Al-Jazeera America and the Huffington Post.

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  • Organization: Ferris State University
  • Position: Professor of History

Kimn Carlton-Smith drkimn Professor of History Ferris State University

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  • Organization: University of Arizona
  • Position: PhD Student in History

Ramon Duarte RD PhD Student in History University of Arizona

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  • Organization: Andre Agassi College Prep
  • Position: 8th Grade History Teacher

Katie Smith cadymsmith 8th Grade History Teacher Andre Agassi College Prep

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  • Organization: The Dalton School
  • Position: High School History Teacher

Mila Tewell MT High School History Teacher The Dalton School

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history of special education

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History & Social Studies

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American Revolution and Independence

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History of our July 4 Holiday.

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Variables of Learning

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What I find most intriguing about the entire education debate is we repeatedly reduce education or the learning process to a minimum instead of discussing and including all of the variables at play...

The Brain: A Secret History

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In a compelling and at times disturbing series, Dr Michael Mosley explores the brutal history of experimental psychology. Mosley embarks on three journeys to understand science's last great fronti...

The Brain: A Secret History

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In a compelling and at times disturbing series, Dr Michael Mosley explores the brutal history of experimental psychology. Mosley embarks on three journeys to understand science's last great fronti...

Predicting Chronic Disease by Using Family History

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This article is about how family history is not a new concept in the field of medicine and how the Surgeon General is trying to encourage people to use and look into it to learn about their familie...

Hunger Games Trilogy Influencing College Courses

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Many people may recognize the title The Hunger Games from the theatrical blockbusters released over the past few years. However, the teen book trilogy-turned-movie is also being used as course mate...

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Transcript of Shut Up and Sit Down Presents: Board Gaming’s Golden Age At Gamecity UK in Nottingham Transcribed by Grant Vaucher via Shutupandsitdown.com 9/20/2014 Hi everybody. My name’s Quint...

History | Khan Academy

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Includes 6 overview videos of American history. Primarily a lecture format following chronological events. The history of the world (eventually)!

Origins| History| AT&T

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Official history of AT&T

History.com — History Made Every Day — American & World History

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Some great programming on this channel!

History of Special Education Law

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Fairly short video on the history of special education law.

Oral history at West Point

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Center for Oral History at West Point

Crash Course in US History - Playlist

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Collection of brief videos that introduces learners to Key Events, Issues, & Personalities in U.S. History

UStimeline

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Virtual timeline where the student can click on a specific event in American history to watch video clips, audio, read documents and see photos.The timeline has instructions of activities to do for...

UStimeline

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Virtual timeline where the student can click on a specific event in American history to watch video clips, audio, read documents and see photos.The timeline has instructions of activities to do for...

Recent Food History

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Has tons of examples of history of food from across all over the world. Published in 2014 so very recent data.

Brief History of Sports RI

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To know where were going, It is important to know where we came from. This YouTube video from the Royal Institution gives the history and evolution of team sports in our culture. The Industrial Rev...

History of Education from the start

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History of education from the start and it intended purposes

Social History

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The history and politics behind German social life.

"Complex" history of indulgences

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A focus only on indulgences, and their history

World History: The Modern Era - communism

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history of communism

Diets through history

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In this article they describe all the different types of diets throughout history. The first diet plan ever invented was by Lord Byron and it was called the water and vinegar diet. Throughout this ...

Mental Illness and war through history

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This is a rather interesting timeline showing the different types of PTSD or shell shock in records through out history of wars

HDP releases woman-positive criteria for determining MP candidate lists

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Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) Women's Election Coordinating Body has released its candidate criteria, based on the principle of putting women first, for the upcoming June 7th elections. The H...

History of Truckee

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All the history

Does Being around Trees Help People Feel Good?

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Trees are known to improve air quality by capturing six common air pollutants and toxic gases: ground-level ozone, particulate matter, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide and lead. In ...

Khan Academy

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Practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. Topics include math, science, compu...

Khan Academy

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Practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. Topics include math, science, compu...

Body Mass Index

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This article talked about what BMI is and if it really is the best way to measure obesity or not. This pertains to what we discussed in class because the author of this article talks about BMI char...

Mind and Body

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Article that gives a brief history about the connection between mind and body. In almost every practice of medicine in history the importance of the interactions of mental health and physical healt...

Digital History

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Daniel Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig provide a plainspoken and thorough introduction to the web for historians—teachers and students, archivists and museum curators, professors as well as amateur enthus...

History of Gender

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A short timeline of some interesting gender identity situations throughout history. Particularly interesting is the bit on the hijras of India and how they were outlawed by the British. Shows how g...

Diets through history

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In this article they describe all the different types of diets throughout history. The first diet plan ever invented was by Lord Byron and it was called the water and vinegar diet. Throughout this ...

The History of Optical Illusion

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I have always thought that optical illusions were entertaining. So today I just spent some time looking at different optical illusions. I noticed that some of them replicate others. So I started re...

Genetics and Coronary Heart Disease

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Article details a study that followed people who had been adopted and compared their risk for heart disease with their biological parents history of the disease and their adoptive parents history o...

Genetically Engineered Salmon

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), on November 2015, approved the first genetically modified food animal, an Atlantic salmon that grows twice as fast as natural salmon due to the insertio...

LGBT history

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I like this article a lot. It goes through the entire history of the LGBT movement and LGBT laws in Europe and the United States. It includes things from decriminalization of homosexuality to curre...

Pediactric Research- History

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There is a start to everything including diseases. The common cold originated from somewhere and this article goes over the history behind the research done to prove this.

History of teratogens

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This article shows the history of teratogens and how they were discovered through different cultures. It talks about how slowly many cultures transformed their traditional ways of pregnancy to avoi...

Optical Illusions

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This website discusses the history behind optical illusions and how our mind proceeds the images to make them look like illusions. The study of optical illusions began in the 19th Century where sc...

History of BMI

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This short article is about how the BMI was created and who the creator was. This article shows a short history of how the creator discovered the BMI and how to use his formula. This article correl...

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Smithsonian X 3D

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Pretty cool stuff from the Smithsonian!

History.com — History Made Every Day — American & World History

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Some great programming on this channel!

Interbreeding with Neanderthals

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Mankind: The Story of all of us

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Very informative!

USC Stevens - Long Live the Humans

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The Untold History of the United States

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Amazing Book and Series! Truly eye opening.

How Neanderthal DNA Changed Humans : Discovery News

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10 Reasons Why We Don't Need GMO Food

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Go Social Studies Go

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Climate Change Doomed the Ancients

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History | Khan Academy

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American civics | Khan Academy

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OER Commons: American History

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History Channel

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Digital History

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The US Constitution: A Biography

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Crash Course in US History - Playlist

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Collection of brief videos that introduces learners to Key Events, Issues, & Personalities in U.S. History

The New History Wars

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Archaeologists discover industrial scale wine production at ancient site

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Archaeologists in Israel have discovered a massive compound dating back to the Byzantine era, which was used for “industrial-scale” production of wine and olive oil.

A Liberal Arts Curriculum In 2 Minutes : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR

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Amazingly powerful.

the war that ended peace

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Rabbitohs celebrate win Redfern

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Significance of Rabbitoh's Grand Final win

OpenCulture

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"Get 1000 free online courses from the world’s leading universities — Stanford, Yale, MIT, Harvard, Berkeley, Oxford and more. You can download these audio & video courses (often from iTunes, YouT...

Digital History

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Archeaology: The Milk Revolution

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Little Man

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A book I've checked out from the GVHS library. A biography about Meyer Lansky

USING SOCIAL NORMS TO REGULATE FAN FICTION AND REMIX CULTURE

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More of the social psychology behind fan fiction and its play in society throughout history, as well as its growing popularity.

Educatio's E

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education's change over time. over the year more requirements are needded from student it is making it harder and harder

Bach

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History about Bach

European Music

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Bach and Beethoven

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Classical ad baroque

historical board games

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Student Resources in Context

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The Rise of Classicism and Romanticism - Student Resources in Context

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Classical background

George Frideric Handel - Student Resources in Context

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Baroque Background / George Frideric Handel's life

Antonio Vivaldi - Student Resources in Context

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Background info about the time period of baroque

Antebellum America Murder

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History of antebellum America's murder cases and how the public responded

Human Microbiome

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This is the website for the Human Microbiome Project. It talks about studies that they have done and are planning to do. It states that most of the microbial species in the body has not been isolat...

Brief History of Sports RI

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To know where were going, It is important to know where we came from. This YouTube video from the Royal Institution gives the history and evolution of team sports in our culture. The Industrial Rev...

Language Development in Children

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Good one havent used yet

Sports in America from Colonial Times to the Twenty-First Century: An Encyclopedia

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Looks quite comprehensive

History of Truckee

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All the history

American Revolution - History Channel

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LIBERTY! - The American Revolution | PBS

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Teachers Guides and Resources

Revolutionary War Timeline

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The US Constitution: A Biography

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How and why was the constitution written? What are its underlying principles? What does it do? - Free Course

Digital History

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Daniel Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig provide a plainspoken and thorough introduction to the web for historians—teachers and students, archivists and museum curators, professors as well as amateur enthus...

History | Khan Academy

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Includes 6 overview videos of American history. Primarily a lecture format following chronological events. The history of the world (eventually)!

Constraints in Outdoor Ed.

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This is an article about applying the "constraints-led perspective" on motor development to outdoor education. It takes into account the different constraints on individuals and how they learn, and...

Probing the Past

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A project of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University and Gunston Hall Plantation with support from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.

Spacial History Project

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Stanford University supports this project on the visualization of historical date in time and space. Several examples included.

Texas Slavery Project

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Andrew Torget's project supported by University of Virginia's Virginia Center for Digital History. Includes maps, database, and primary sources.

RR Workers Spacial History on the Great Plains

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One example from the from "Railroads and the Making of Modern America" website project at University of Nebraska Lincoln

Human Locomotion

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This is a great video that goes beyond the basics of locomotion. This video talks about the anatomy and physiology regarding human movement. Great resource to go to if needed a visualization of the...

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Anaerobic exercise

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Anaerobically training means training without oxygen, therefore, you cannot do it for long. So the reason why I chose this website is because as I was reading I learned what EPOC was (excess post-...

College diets

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In line with talking about nutrition, this article explains the suggested dietary intake for 19-30 year olds.

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HOPE

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Sit and Reach Instructional Video

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Taylor Smith Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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I think is a good example of how to treat some one with mental illness and some one's experience.

Relationships

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Usually when it comes to relationships, the biggest problems I see in our generation is faith and communication. Whenever I'm in a new relationship, I try to see things from both sides and work wit...

Self-Closure And Vulnerability.

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As mentioned in class, in order to build a healthy relationship with someone and yourself is to become vulnerable and open your doors out to ensure definite connection. If someone meets someone at ...

Gender-Neautral Toys

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This article had to do with children's toys and their effects, which is what we covered this week. This article was really interesting because it touched on the ide of gender-specific toys--and eve...

What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

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This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...

Human Locomotion

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This is a great video that goes beyond the basics of locomotion. This video talks about the anatomy and physiology regarding human movement. Great resource to go to if needed a visualization of the...

Early motor skills may affect language development

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The ability to speak is a very long process for infants, longer than other motor skill development. It is shown that interacting with children and doing what is known as "baby talk" actually speeds...

Muscular Strength

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This article gives a good definition and explanation of what muscular strength is. It also explains how it can be built and the different kinds of strength we have.

Clothing gender stereotypes

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Tobacco

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Tobacco use is a leading cause of cancer and of death from cancer. People who use tobacco products or who are regularly around environmental tobacco smoke (also called secondhand smoke) have an inc...

AWM

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Great stuff

Prenatal exposure to specific drugs

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This article explains the affects certain harmful drugs have on the fetus.

Street Drugs and Pregnancy

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This article pertains to the material covered this week as street drugs are relatively common extrinsic factors affecting fetal development. This article mentions that the use of street drugs durin...

3-D hand

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3-D-printed hands that are designed for people who live without all or part of their arms.

Household items may be the difference of when a milestone appears

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This article is backed by the work Priscila Caçola, an assistant professor of kinesiology in the UT Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this article she also talks about the Affo...

ACL Reconstruction

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Over this past week, I have been observing at a physical therapy clinic and have happened to see a lot of ACL injuries in young teenagers. Seeing so many of these injuries in the patients, I decide...

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An article about green house gasses from the EIA, the governmental agency referenced in the Gaiam article posted. I wanted to compare the two agencies data. I feel that the two government agencies ...

Functional Fitness (week 14 November 21)

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Comprehensive physical movements found in activities such as tai chi and yoga involve varying combinations of resistance and flexibility training that can help build functional fitness. Other ex...

Silent Spring—I - The New Yorker

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http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1962/06/23/silent-spring-part-2 http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1962/06/30/silent-spring-part-3

how basketball relates to nerwtons law

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In class today we talked about newtons law which basically states that if you are moving your momentum carries you and if you are stopped its hard to get going which relates to basketball because i...

Science of Aging

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The truth about aging.

How We Can Help Save The Earth

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How We Can Help Save The Earth

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How to build a Strength Training Program

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This video is great at explaining what to do and the instructor really breaks it down and makes it easy to understand all the different thing you need to do to create a balanced strength training p...

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Locomotor Skills for Kids

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Visual Development in Infants

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Comments Matching "History"

I thought that this article was a good one for me to post because of my family history of breast cancer and the fact that we discussed cancer in class. The article states that if you are a woman, y...

Comment on Breast Cancer Risk Factors
posted by Sydney Brown

Here's a really cool history of the shock method of plyometric training. Goes in depth on the history of plyometrics, how it came about, and who was responsible for the research. Cool stuff if you'...

Comment on Shock Method
posted by Brian Fox

In class Monday we discussed trans fats and how they are going to become banned. We briefly discussed the history of trans fat. Therefor this article gives the views of food companies and the views...

Comment on FDA to Ban Trans Fats
posted by Shelby Monson

And here is why it relates to injury: Br J Sports Med. 2015 Dec 16. pii: bjsports-2015-095362. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2015-095362. [Epub ahead of print] Short biceps femoris fascicles and eccent...

This article was lengthy, and its implications are heartbreaking for our environmental future. It investigates biodiversity in animal populations, in other words it looks how varied and diverse the...

since genetics are passed down from our parents, and theirs are passed down from their parents; genetics have a lot to do with family history. Genes are the reason we look like our parents and also...

Comment on How Genes impact health and disease
posted by Kendyl Van Hout

What I find ironic about this is we sit more now than ever in our evolutionary history and we live longer than ever before too!

Amazing article Chris. Great find and supports the idea that ultimately, little inefficiencies can make a big difference in overall energy expenditure supporting the concept that some individuals...

Comment on Thermodynamics of weight loss diets
posted by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

I wonder what is the existing mechanism and pathophysiology for this occurrence. Perhaps similar to bone mineral degradation and muscle atrophy with the aging process, the body just... breaks? ...

Comment on Atherosclerosis Across 4000 Years of Human History
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In contrast to hemp history in Canada http://www.hemptrade.ca/

Comment on Marijuana -flavor profiles
posted by Doris Piccinin

Wow, this video was shocking to me too! The lady in the video does make some good points about childhood experiences and family history. But, I think it is a bit extreme, and like you said maybe it...

Comment on World's Fattest Woman interview
posted by Grace Kang

This is very nice Tim and something most people don't know....the history of BMI!

Comment on Ancel Keys "BMI"
posted by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

Very poor policy. The history of how we got here is quite interesting and of course, makes me question the validity of almost everything. Wait, I already did that!

The lumbar vertebra is the most highly loaded structure in the skeletal system (Hamill & Knutzen, 2009). Consequently, lower back pain (LBP) can be a potentially debilitating condition producing p...

Comment on Trunk Muscle Recruitment and Lower Back Pain
posted by Sean Mullins

Recent headlines have proclaimed running that running is bad for your heart. In this study, researchers determined cardiac arrhythmias were reduced in both walkers and runners. Running at higher in...

Comment on Cardiac Arrythmias Reduced in Walkers and Runners
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Here is the history on BMI....not what it was supposed to be used for: http://www.thehubedu.com/shelves/1660-sports-psychology?item_id=8177

Comment on A Number That May Not Add Up
posted by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

This article gives the history and logic behind the paleo diet along with information on how to begin this diet.

Comment on The Beginner's Guild to the Paleo Diet
posted by Marc Phillips

As a shooter, his use of imagery is amazing. He uses the same ques no matter where on the court he is taking a shot. He knows why he missed his shot as soon as the ball leaves his hands, then make...

Comment on Ray Allen's Shooting Strategy
posted by Mazen El-Majzoub

We are more bacterial than human....and we are just beginning to understand the critical role these play in our existence. We are much more "clean" than we have ever been in history...could this b...

Comment on Skin Microbiome
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In 2002, Radcliffe made the move up to the marathon, a decision that immediately paid off with victory at her debut in that year's London Marathon on 14 April 2002 in a world's best time for a wome...

Comment on olympian with asthma
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It's even more interesting (and questionable) when you understand the history of it: http://www.thehubedu.com/shelves/1660-sports-psychology?item_id=8177

Comment on Body Mass Index (BMI)
posted by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

This article is relevant to what we have discussed in week one because it goes over what nutrition is in a fully encompassing explanation as well as the history of nutrition. It explains the differ...

Comment on What is nutrition? Why is nutrition important?
posted by Rachel Howard

Another excellent book. Admittedly it takes a long time to read. It's a history book...very thorough and a necessity if you want to better understand the role religion does or doesn't play in both ...

Comment on Karen Armstrong: Fields of Blood
posted by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

One aspect covered in the article is the effectiveness of self talk. Some of the elite foul shooters in NBA history often employed self talk before each shot. Although each player had their own m...

Comment on Wrong form or wrong mindset? (Sports Psychology)
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This article dscusses the origins of the RSCC and the history of its effectiveness. Mainly, RSCC promotes a multilateral programming early on then as the athlete approaches the elite level then a ...

Comment on Training Program
posted by Michael Wells

It probably won’t surprise you to hear that the foods we eat today don’t even remotely resemble what we used to eat throughout history. Instead of being hunted, gathered or farmed in their natura...

Early recognition of concussions and return-to-play guidelines are current research topics in sports medicine and the health sciences. While a concussion may be suspected from an athlete’s clinical...

Comment on Biomarker S100B & Sport Related Concussions
posted by Sean Mullins

The minimalist footwear movement has gained a lot of momentum over the past decade. It continues to be the focus for many in biomechanics research. While some claim minimalist footwear produces alt...

Comment on Partial and Full Minimalist Shoes and Injuries
posted by Sean Mullins

In researching the history of strength training theories, I discovered that little peer reviewed scientific research had been conducted with respect to kettlebell training prior to 2010, despite it...

Comment on Kettlebells & Cardio
posted by Sean Mullins

Since my husband recently underwent ankle surgery to repair damage caused by a history of ankle sprains and poor overall balance, balance training has come into the forefront of my attention. I cho...

Interesting article, yet rather scary? The first thing that comes to my mind after reading this article is the book/movie series Jurassic Park. In the movie Jurassic Park, dinosaurs were modified g...

Includes 6 overview videos of American history. Primarily a lecture format following chronological events.

Comment on History | Khan Academy
posted by Janet Hudson

This is a good article and an equally good question. I get it that home is where kids live and learn and parents should be responsible; however, some of that responsibility should fall on the scho...

This website dived a bit deeper into the beep test. We performed the beep test in lab and I found it interesting to look a little further into the history and different variations of the test. I fo...

Comment on Week 5 Beep Test
posted by Matthew Siebe

Many cultures have been brutal in their handling of "differences" within their own society, not the acceptance or tolerance we might expect or hope for. We even see this in our own history.

Comment on Hijras
posted by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

This article is very relevant to class because it discusses the history of addiction and also appears to have the same type of content as the Tedx talk we watched in class. The article states how w...

Comment on Addiction-A Whole New View
posted by hailey cates

In class we discussed the history of the BMI test and why it was an inaccurate test for an individual. It does work however for the population as a whole. This article gave ten reasons why the test...

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posted by Matthew Siebe

This page gives a brief history of the man who created the BMI scale. It is interesting to note that he had no experience in a health profession.

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posted by Amanda Merrill

This post relates to what we discussed week through the topic of cancer. We learned that cancer is a big epidemic in our world and the route we are going with our lifestyle as a country, one in two...

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posted by Alex Urbina

I liked this video because it talks about some of the background history of where motor learning started from. As well the video discusses many theories like we talked about in class

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posted by Brittany Flath