In this learning activity you'll explore Russia's Lake Baikal, the largest lake in the world.
By Virginia Kirsch
Students read about the Caspian Sea and use a map to identify the five countries that surround it.
Students read about the continent of Antarctica and view maps. A short quiz completes the activity.
In this learning activity you'll locate the countries of Central America on a map.
Recognizing Water Forms in North and Central America
By Barbara Laedtke
Learners read the definitions of various water forms and locate the bodies of water on a map.
AC Capacitor: A Water Tank Analogy
By Roger Brown
In this animated lesson, students read an analogy comparing water in a "special" water tank to the current "flow" through a capacitor.
Change Model: How to Change
By Barbara Liang
Learners reflect on their own attitudes toward change and list them in the order they might experience them. In a separate exercise, they prioritize the actions a group might take when faced with change in the workplace.
By Rosie Bunnow
In this scenario, learners put themselves in the place of a safety director at a local company. They watch video of an injury-causing incident and propose changes to company policies and procedures to try to maintain a safe environment.
Regulators of Blood Osmolality and Blood Volume
By Debbie Heinritz
In this learning object, you will learn about four blood osmolality and volume regulators, their sites of production, their sites of action, and the results of those actions.
Pressure Measurements in Inches of Water Column
By Terry Bartelt
Learners read how inches of water column is used as a unit of pressure measurement. Practical applications and a conversion formula to psi are included.
Test your knowledge of environmental issues
Review of Waterforms (Malay Language)
Natandaan nyo pa ang mga mga anyong tubig? malalaman natin kung gaano ninyo ito natutunan
A quiz about water, hydration, dehydration, and the human body.
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