Remote Teaching and Learning in the Elementary ELA Classroom

Remote Teaching and Learning in the Elementary ELA Classroom

The five chapters in this section detail important components of language arts instruction and discuss ways teachers can implement them in a variety of distance and remote learning situations. Chapter Three, “A New Format of Writing and ...

Author: Sean Ruday

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000414608

Category: Education

Page: 152

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Teaching in remote, distance, and hybrid environments can be overwhelming and confusing and poses many challenges for novice and veteran teachers alike. In this comprehensive and practice-ready book, you’ll find clear ideas for implementing the best practices of English-language instruction in remote teaching settings. Understanding that remote teaching looks different in each subject, Ruday and Jacobson identify methods specifically designed for elementary ELA classrooms. Designed for use in remote, hybrid, and hyflex environments with synchronous or asynchronous learning, this resource gives teachers a toolbox of research-backed recommendations, ideas, examples, and practices for teaching in unpredictable and new environments. Ruday and Jacobson address essential topics, including writing, grammar, and reading instruction; assessment; differentiation; culturally relevant teaching; family engagement and communication; technology; professional self-care; and more. Teachers will come away with ready-to-implement strategies and insights for high-quality instruction that can be adapted to any kind of remote learning environment.
Categories: Education

Remote Monitoring of Coal Strip Mine Rehabilitation

Remote Monitoring of Coal Strip Mine Rehabilitation

SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA ) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ( NASA ) entered into a five - year , EPA - funded project in the summer of 1975 .

Author: James Edward Anderson

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015095244540

Category: Aerial photography in regional planning

Page: 58

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Categories: Aerial photography in regional planning

Remote Techniques for Nuclear Plant

Remote Techniques for Nuclear Plant

The design was based on the technical specification provided by Nuclear Electric pic. An I.S.M is a five axis manipulator designed to be inserted down interstitial guide tubes which pass through the reactor pile cap and into the void on ...

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Publisher: Thomas Telford

ISBN: 9780727719317

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 372

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This volume covers the practical application of remote technology to all types of nuclear plant, both experimental and commercial. It concentrates on the remote inspection, refurbishment and decommissioning of: reactor pressure vehicles; reactor internal components, primary circuits, boiler and steam generators, PIE. and fuel routes, reprocessing plant and radioactive waste storage. The emphasis is on equipment currently in use, and it also covers equipment under consideration and development. Consisting of 44 papers, these proceedings draw on the experience of nuclear engineers from around the world to form a substantial reference work on remote techniques for the inspection and refurbishment of nuclear plant.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Remote Sensing of Atmospheric Conditions for Wind Energy Applications

Remote Sensing of Atmospheric Conditions for Wind Energy Applications

This paper explores the use of dual-Doppler radar observations of wind speed and direction to derive five-minute ahead deterministic and probabilistic forecasts of wind power. An advection-based technique is introduced, which estimates ...

Author: Charlotte Bay Hasager

Publisher: MDPI

ISBN: 9783038979425

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 290

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This Special Issue “Atmospheric Conditions for Wind Energy Applications” hosts papers on aspects of remote sensing for atmospheric conditions for wind energy applications. Wind lidar technology is presented from a theoretical view on the coherent focused Doppler lidar principles. Furthermore, wind lidar for applied use for wind turbine control, wind farm wake, and gust characterizations is presented, as well as methods to reduce uncertainty when using lidar in complex terrain. Wind lidar observations are used to validate numerical model results. Wind Doppler lidar mounted on aircraft used for observing winds in hurricane conditions and Doppler radar on the ground used for very short-term wind forecasting are presented. For the offshore environment, floating lidar data processing is presented as well as an experiment with wind-profiling lidar on a ferry for model validation. Assessments of wind resources in the coastal zone using wind-profiling lidar and global wind maps using satellite data are presented.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Integration of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing

Integration of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing

The following material in Sections 1.2 through 1.6 summarizes findings from each of the five working groups that were published in the June 1991 issue of Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing. 1.3. Error analysis Issues raised ...

Author: Jeffrey L. Star

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521440325

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 225

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Applications of remote sensing and geographic information systems to resource management and environmental research.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Remote Sensing

Remote Sensing

... COPUOS was formally established as the only international forum for the development of international space law, including satellite remote sensing issues (Fig. 7.1). Since its inception, COPUOS has concluded five international ...

Author: Siamak Khorram

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461431039

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 134

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Remote Sensing provides information on how remote sensing relates to the natural resources inventory, management, and monitoring, as well as environmental concerns. It explains the role of this new technology in current global challenges. "Remote Sensing" will discuss remotely sensed data application payloads and platforms, along with the methodologies involving image processing techniques as applied to remotely sensed data. This title provides information on image classification techniques and image registration, data integration, and data fusion techniques. How this technology applies to natural resources and environmental concerns will also be discussed.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Working Remotely

Working Remotely

With that task in mind, set a timer for twenty- five minutes and solely work on that task. That means you do not answer the phone, check email, or do anything else that is unrelated to the main objective. Once the twenty- five minutes ...

Author: Molly Virello

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538156124

Category: Library personnel management

Page: 144

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"This practical how-to guide that will helps librarians who work remotely set up a home office space; choose a routine; and adapt, plan, create, implement, manage, & evaluate their services order to unleash their library's potential to engage and wow their patrons and communities"--
Categories: Library personnel management

Reports of Cases in Chancery

Reports of Cases in Chancery

... followed by a declaration that these interests should be considered vested interests at the age of twenty - five , and a gift over to the issue of any dying under twenty - five . Held , too remote . Rowland v . Tawney . vol .

Author: Charles Beavan

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32437121396051

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

Page:

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Categories: Law reports, digests, etc

Peer Research in Health and Social Development

Peer Research in Health and Social Development

The region is geographically remote and sparsely populated. Sixty percent of the total population (5,335) reside in the town of Inuvik, the administrative centre for the western Arctic; the rest live in five smaller, ...

Author: Stephen Bell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000380521

Category: Social Science

Page: 286

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Peer research is increasingly used in international academic, policy and practice environments. It engages members of a group or social network as trusted members of a research team working in communities and settings they are familiar with. Critics, however, point to methodological concerns with peer research. These include the extent to which peer researchers genuinely represent the populations under study; data confidentiality; the emotional burden of enquiring into sensitive issues peers may experience in their own lives; and the reliability and credibility of data collected by people who do not have academic training. The book seeks to counter the marginalisation of research experience and skills derived from close relationships with people and communities, while reflecting critically on the strengths and limitations of peer research. Chapters by a wide range of international contributors illustrate the potential of peer research to facilitate an in-depth understanding of health and social development issues and enhance policy and practice. This interdisciplinary book provides students and professionals working in health, social science and development studies with a thorough grounding in this new style of research. It will appeal to those interested in research and evaluation; sexual health and public health; mental health, disability and social care; gender and sexuality; conservation and environmental management; migration and citizenship studies; humanitarian issues; and international development.
Categories: Social Science

Remote Sensing of Aquatic Coastal Ecosystem Processes

Remote Sensing of Aquatic Coastal Ecosystem Processes

Five pigments have been found to fluoresce in Caribbean reef corals ( Mazel , 1997 ) . Remote detection of these pigments , using activation of florescence , has been used for inter - species differentiation and detection of bleached ...

Author: Laurie L. Richardson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402039670

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 324

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The aquatic coastal zone is one of the most challenging targets for environmental remote sensing. Properties such as bottom reflectance, spectrally diverse suspended sediments and phytoplankton communities, diverse benthic communities, and transient events that affect surface reflectance (coastal blooms, runoff, etc.) all combine to produce an optical complexity not seen in terrestrial or open ocean systems. Despite this complexity, remote sensing is proving to be an invaluable tool for "Case 2" waters. This book presents recent advances in coastal remote sensing with an emphasis on applied science and management. Case studies of the operational use of remote sensing in ecosystem studies, monitoring, and interfacing remote sensing/science/management are presented. Spectral signatures of phytoplankton and suspended sediments are discussed in detail with accompanying discussion of why blue water (Case 1) algorithms cannot be applied to Case 2 waters. Audience This book is targeted for scientists and managers interested in using remote sensing in the study or management of aquatic coastal environments. With only limited discussion of optics and theory presented in the book, such researchers might benefit from the detailed presentations of aquatic spectral signatures, and to operational management issues. While not specifically written for remote sensing scientists, it will prove to be a useful reference for this community for the current status of aquatic coastal remote sensing.
Categories: Technology & Engineering