Practitioner's Guide to Technology, Pedagogy, and Content Knowledge (TPACK): Rich Media Cases of Teacher Knowledge
Mark J. Hofer; Lynn Bell; Glen L. Bull; Robert Q. Barry, III; Jonathan D. Cohen; Nancee Garcia; Marshall A. George; Judi Harris; Albert ("Bert") Henry Jacoby, III; Raina Kim; William Kjellstrom; Matthew J. Koehler; John K. Lee; Lori Mann; Punya Mishra; Yash Patel; Melanie Shoffner; David A. Slykhuis; Marilyn Elaine Strutchens; and Andrea L. Zellner
The goal of the TPACK Practitioners Guide is simple--to offer exemplary cases of technology integration efforts that result in curriculum-based student learning in each of the following nine content areas and grade level contexts: Elementary Science, Elementary Math, Elementary Social Studies, Elementary Reading, Middle School Language Arts, Secondary Science, Secondary Math, Secondary Social Studies, and, Secondary English.
Anne K. Rasmussen
Women, the Recited Qur'an, and Islamic Music in Contemporary Indonesia takes readers to the heart of religious musical praxis in Indonesia, home to the largest Muslim population in the world. Anne K. Rasmussen explores a rich public soundscape, where women recite the divine texts of the Qur'an, and where an extraordinary diversity of Arab-influenced Islamic musical styles and genres, also performed by women, flourishes. Based on unique and revealing ethnographic research beginning at the end of Suharto's "New Order" and continuing into the era of "Reformation," the book considers the powerful.
The Men All Singing is a folk history as well as economic. It reaches back almost four centuries to tell of a little-known fishery that shares with cod the vista of our coastal life. Now the last decades of the twentieth century see great changes in all fisheries and our treatment of the waters that give so much of our food.
Allbert Kuo, Maynard M. Nichols, and James Lewis
This research developed a two-dimensional, time-dependent numerical model to simulate the movement of water and suspended sediment in the turbidity maximum of an estuary. This model is a systematic sequence of mathematical procedures derived from the mass-balance equation and the equation of motion. Lateral integration is used to obtain two-dimensional equations; these equations are integrated with depth over the height of successive layers. Finite difference equations then are written for each layer and solved numerically using prescribed boundary conditions.
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