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One of the main problems facing Saudi Arabia and many other countries in the region is the movement of sand, which threatens the urban areas. With the expansion of new installations and other projects, sand dune movement is costing gover...
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Earth contains a variety of plants to provide food, medicine and, most importantly, energy sources for humans. In this lesson, students will categorize plants by their components and shapes. In addition, they will learn the mechanisms be...
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The objective of this video lesson is to correct the misconception in the students’ understanding of centrifugal force. The lesson will work to clarify this misconception by using Newton's three laws of motion, particularly the law...
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This lesson presents interesting and challenging problems in Graph Theory, supporting the skills that students learned at school and stimulating their critical thinking. The topics will include: basic properties of graphs; complete graph...
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Conversations on Quality: A Symposium on K-12 Online Learning was hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on January 24 – 25, 2012 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At this event, po...
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This video lesson aims to explain counting systems (Decimal, Binary, and Hexadecimal). Students will get to know how to convert numbers between these systems. Also, students will learn how to do some byte and bit level operations. They w...
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