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Learners use basic math skills in a workplace situation.
What's Your Point of View?
By Rosie Bunnow
Learners evaluate how well others describe their points of view in a workplace problem-solving situation. They then apply techniques for explaining their points of view as well as for gaining understanding of others' perspectives. This learning object contains audio.
Dealing with Conflict: Identifying Styles of Resolution
Learners identify conflict resolution styles while becoming familiar with definitions, characteristics, and motivations for using these styles.
Assumptions vs. Facts
By Barbara Liang
Learners read the definitions of an assumption and a fact. They then provide their own examples of each and compare those to the examples provided.
Problem Solving: Using a Flow Chart
By Mitch Vesaas
You will learn how to us a flow chart to describe the process actions and decisions to find a solution.
Best Buy Shopping
By Michele Williams
In this learning activity you'll discover how to calculate the best priced items and improve your financial literacy.
Solving Percent Problems Using a Pyramid Grid
By MarQulyn McKinney
Students use the pyramid method to solve percent problems. The pyramid grid provides a visual way to set up the equation.
Basic Terms in Division
By Barbara Laedtke
In this interactive object, the learner examines the basic terms used in division. A quiz completes the activity.
Abstract Reasoning Assessment Examples
By Marie Hechimovich
Learners solve two sample problems for an abstract reasoning assessment.
Numerical Reasoning Assessment Examples
Learners solve two sample problems for a numerical reasoning assessment.
Multiplication: Times Tables 4 and 9
Learn your 4's and 9's
الصيغ الرياضية (Mathematical formulas)
IT subject - Time out game for grade six students.
Number Spellings - Large Numbers
Choose the correct written number alternative
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Give your new group a name.