A Theoretical Analysis of Religion
By Deb DeRosso
In this interactive object, learners examine the structural-functional, social-conflict, and symbolic interaction analyses of religion. A mind map and quiz questions are included.
By Barbara Laedtke
Learners read an explanation of line graphs and demonstrate their knowledge of the parts of a graph in an interactive exercise.
Stacked Cubes: An Unstable Figure
By Carol May
In this learning activity you'll discover how visual perception influences your understanding of unstable figures.
By Virginia Kirsch
In this learning activity you'll quiz yourself about Greenland by answering questions about the people, the land, and the economy.
The Five Largest Rivers of Africa (Screencast)
In this screencast, we will identify the five largest rivers of Africa.
Mandarin Chinese - Asking for Directions
By Pao-Mi Wei
Learners read and listen to phrases in Mandarin Chinese that would be part of directions to common locations. Additional vocabulary words related to forms of transportation are also presented.
Angles Within Angles
In this learning activity you'll discover how visual perception of size is influenced by what's surrounding an image.
Learners view maps of Australia and New Zealand and locate the territories and states of these countries in an interactive exercise.
Religions of the World
By Therese Nemec
In this learning activity you'll analyzes the structures and processes of religion within a global context.
Religions of the World - Judaism
In this learning activity you'll use a map to identify the 10 countries with the largest populations of Jewish people.
Determining a Business Cycle Phase
By Debra McCracken
In this learning activity you'll plot GDP data on a graph and determine a phase of the business cycle.
The Five Largest Deserts of the World
In this learning activity you'll explore the five largest deserts of the world.
Countries of the Middle East
Students locate the countries of the Middle East on a map in this interactive exercise.
By Mona Wenrich
Students read about the illegal practice of manipulating the boundaries of legislative districts for political gain. They then create their own gerrymandered districts in a drag and drop exercise.
Barriers to Critical Thinking: People-Related Obstacles
The learner will identify barriers to critical thinking related to internal and external factors after viewing scenarios.
The United States Congress
By Therese Nemec, Nancy McFadden, Deb DeRosso, Mike English
In this learning activity you'll test your knowledge of the roles and differences between the two Houses of Congress - the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Diversity in 21st Century Work Teams
Learners test their knowledge of demographics in the United States and in the world. Immediate feedback is provided.
In this learning activity you'll locate the countries of Central America on a map.
Identifying Landmarks on a Street Map
Students use a map of Chicago to find their way to the Museum of Science and Industry. The activity offers practice in identifying directions on a map. A quiz completes the activity.
The U.S. National Debt
Learners examine how the National Debt occurs and trace its history from the time of the Revolutionary War through the present.
Double Trouble With Listening
Learn about the seven common barriers of listening and evaluate a conversation using the barriers.
Religions of the World - Hinduism
In this learning activity you'll identify the 10 countries with the largest Hindu populations.
The First Amendment: Interpretations of the Establishment Clause
In this learning activity you'll review three interpretations regarding the separation of church and state.
International Exchange Rates
By Steve Anderson
In this learning activity you'll calculate exchange rates to determine the impact of prices of exports and imports.
In this learning activity you'll explore Russia's Lake Baikal, the largest lake in the world.