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  • Organization: American Public Systems University
  • Position: Undergrad Major in Exercise Science

Amanda Gotto GOTTOA Undergrad Major in Exercise Science American Public Systems University

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  • Organization: American Public University Systems
  • Position: Graduate Student of Health and Sports Science

ClaudiaHelmick cjhelmick Graduate Student of Health and Sports Science American Public University Systems

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  • Organization: American Public University Systems
  • Position: Graduate Student in Health and Sports Science

Bri Williams briwilliams19 Graduate Student in Health and Sports Science American Public University Systems

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  • Organization: North Carolina Central University
  • Position: Professor in Education/Ed. Tech./School Adm./Grad. Studies

James Osler josler Professor in Education/Ed. Tech./School Adm./Grad. Studies North Carolina Central University A native of Durham, North Carolina, James Edward Osler II is an accomplished artist,... more »James Osler josler Professor in Education/Ed. Tech./School Adm./Grad. Studies North Carolina Central University A native of Durham, North Carolina, James Edward Osler II is an accomplished artist, teacher, and researcher. Currently, he is a faculty member in the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Education, in the Department of Allied Professions (Educational Leadership) teaching in the areas of Research Methods and Statistical Analysis. He also serves in Department of Curriculum and Instruction (Educational Technology). His research foci are: 1.) Novel mathematically–grounded statistical metrics; and 2.) Quantifiable Instructional Systems Design informatics. He has authored and published research articles, books, courseware, eBooks, games, and videos on multiple topics designed to encourage the development of education as a science. Osler’s additional interests include: ministry, fundamental Christian Education; mathematical foundations of research; courseware design; gamification; illustration; invention metrics; teaching; consulting; and service–based initiatives. In his professional career he has served as the Program Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Educational Technology and authored the Graduate Program in Online Instructional Design. He has received three of the highest and most respected honors at NCCU: “The Employee Recognition Award for Outstanding Service” and “The University Award for Teaching Excellence”, and the first “Chancellor’s Award for Innovation”. To see more you head to this about.me page: <a href="https://about.me/josler" target="_blank">https://about.me/josler</a> Scroll to the bottom of the page for more links.

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Manuhuia Barcham ManuhuiaBarcham Writer / Entrepreneur / Digital Nomad An entrepreneur by nature, the goal of my work is nothing less than to reshape the world. I'm demonstrating how working... more »Manuhuia Barcham ManuhuiaBarcham Writer / Entrepreneur / Digital Nomad An entrepreneur by nature, the goal of my work is nothing less than to reshape the world. I'm demonstrating how working together in innovative ways and breaking down traditional boundaries can help us create new value in the world in a sustainable way. I've never been very good at 'fitting' in to boxes. In my own education, for example, I've always worked across a range of sectors with my undergraduate work in Molecular Biology and my Masters Degree in Political Science being completed at Canterbury University in New Zealand, followed by studying Political Philosophy at Oriel College, Oxford University in England and eventually taking my PhD in Political Philosophy from the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. Throughout this period I was active in the consulting field and undertook a range of short-term projects for government and non-government clients across the Asia-Pacific region, mainly in the international development sector. Then, after working in universities in Australia and New Zealand for a few years, I took up the post as Foundation Director of the Centre for Indigenous Governance and Development at Massey University, New Zealand in 2005. Throughout this period I continued to provide professional advice for a range of agencies including the Australian and New Zealand governments, the United Nations Development Program, the World Bank and other groups across the Asia-Pacific region. Since leaving the university sector I have focused on growing my commercial interests through the creation of a range of companies. In addition to this I continue to write, publish and speak on a range of topics. So far I've published one book and over 20 articles and book chapters. This includes work on the emergence of the new economy, entrepreneurship, economic development, good governance, health systems and environmental management. In 2013 my next book ‘The First Maori Renaissance’ will come out through Penguin.

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What is Social Informatics and Why Does it Matter?

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I found this when I searched for social media pertaining to informatics in the Google Search engine. I thought it was relevant because I now know that social media is encompassed under the curricu...

What is Social Media and Why Does it Matter?

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I found this when I searched for social media pertaining to informatics in the Google Search engine. I thought it was relevant because I now know that social media is encompassed under the curricu...

What is Social Informatics and Why Does it Matter?

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I found this when I searched for social media pertaining to informatics in the Google Search engine. I thought it was relevant because I now know that social media is encompassed under the curricu...

What is Social Informatics and Why Does it Matter?

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I found this when I searched for social media pertaining to informatics in the Google Search engine. I thought it was relevant because I now know that social media is encompassed under the curricu...

Anaerobic Conditioning: Training the Three Energy Systems

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A current topic in exercise science is how to achieve optimal performance in a variety of sports by learning how to train the body's different systems. Every athlete should be conditioning themselv...

Anaerobic Conditioning: Training the Three Energy Systems

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A current topic in exercise science is how to achieve optimal performance in a variety of sports by learning how to train the body's different systems. Every athlete should be conditioning themselv...

Synthesis on motor Development

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This article is a brief summery of a series of books written by Esther Thelen. This particular article discusses the advances in movement science, perceptual psychology, neuroscience, and dynamic s...

Lactate threshold

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In a nutshell, training the different body systems for different events. We discussed training the systems and this is a prime example of training a system to provide the energy needed. The whole h...

Classroom Orchestrator Program Spurs Individualized Learning

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Lightspeed Systems has debuted a new classroom management tool that helps ensure students are using their mobile devices properly during classroom time. The new tool, Classroom Orchestrator, off...

How do I look in these genes? The science of DNA dating.

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This article ties into what we have talked about in class with biology playing a strong role in the attraction someone feels for someone else. For example, at one point the article discusses the ro...

Pixar’s “Inside Out” is a surprisingly accurate representation of how memory actually works

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Disney/Pixar’s newest film, Inside Out, tells the story of 11-year-old Riley and her difficulty dealing with a family move to San Francisco. The film is getting a lot of attention for its depiction...

Pixar’s “Inside Out” is a surprisingly accurate representation of how memory actually works

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Disney/Pixar’s newest film, Inside Out, tells the story of 11-year-old Riley and her difficulty dealing with a family move to San Francisco. The film is getting a lot of attention for its depiction...

AERobot: An Educational Robot That Costs $10 to Make

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Mike Rubenstein, in partnership with two other researchers at Harvard University, has created an educational robot that costs only $10.70 to make. The robot, called AERobot, can help middle and ...

A Quest For A Different Learning Model: Playing Games In School

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NEW YORK — When the New York City middle school Quest to Learn welcomed its first class of sixth-graders in 2009, it hailed itself as “the school for digital kids.” Its founders from the Institute ...

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Fractal Geometry

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Fractal Zoom Mandelbrot Corner

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NOVA | Hunting the Hidden Dimension

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The Apps You Need Now to Keep Your Privacy Intact

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I found this article Fastcolabs.com website where my Professor recommended me to look at. She told me this website contains lot of valid informations. I figure out that this information about kee...

Walking vs Running

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Analytical article of the difference of applied walking and running

cheerleaders vs football players

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This video compare a hit from a football player to a cheerleader falling from a stunt. This was incredible to watch and interesting to see how much damage a cheerleader can suffer from falling to t...

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...

McKinsey on Open Data

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Value in open data

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I really enjoyed this article. It really points out some of the potential errors in current methodologies. It also makes me question some of the other standardized practices we see in the field o...

If you take some time to read this it can give insight into some of the class concepts we have talked about. For example, how to train you anaerobic systems, as well as your aerobic ones. I have al...

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Exercise physiology is an important field and the research conducted within the field has produced a lot of findings that have greatly improved health. Understanding how exercise can benefit the d...

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Yoga has a profound effect on the mind and body but this article really lays out the science behind it. Areas the body highly impacted by yoga include the Brain, parasympathetic nervous system, imm...

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