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Effective Capacity Building: A Brief Guide for OST Intermediary Organizations

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In the "The Effect of Bridge Design on Weight Bearing Capacity" civil engineering #science Project Idea, students build bridges using both straws and wooden sticks and then put them to the test. It's build and break hands-on science and engineering fun! A convenient project kit is available to do this science project. [Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/CE_p011.shtml?from=Pinterest] #STEM #scienceproject

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Baby Rocky Learns Body Parts ($1.99) AGE: 1-4 years Capacity building: learn each body part; develop abilities of cognition, learning, practice and observation. Easy operation: click, drag and drop; simple to use but also helpful to intelligence. Delicate animation image: The early education app with original 3D character is carefully crafted by leading animation production team. Life-wide learning: learning with rotat

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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a research-based set of principles to guide the design of learning environments that are accessible and effective for all. First articulated by CAST in the 1990s and now the leading framework in an international reform movement, UDL informs all of our work in educational research and development, capacity building, and professional learning.

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R-VALUE: 40.0, SUITABLE FOR: new construction, retrofitTHERMAL PERFORMANCE: At R-3.5 per in., the cellulose in this system yields an overall value of R-40.PROS:• Familiar building process means lower labor costs with readily available materials.• If cellulose is used, the project has a lower environmental impact.• Large moisture-storage capacity allows wall cavities to dry gradually.CONS:• Fairly involved insulation process can add to labor costs.• Reduces interior space by 3%.

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