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Pedagogical Sound Bite: The Power of Transparent Assignment Design

By: ctl

This workshop presents an overview of Transparency in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (TILT), an award-winning, scholarly project focused on improving students' learning experiences.  Evidence from a national study shows that when facul...

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HDFS 161 Episode 2

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses the concept of "the social context" of development and provides examples and raises questions about what aspects of the social context are important to children, families and others across the life span.

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Introduction to the Lab

By: tpritcha

This video introduces the lab space as well as what is expected of you as you begin each in lab experiment.

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Sugarbush Management 2

By: uvmext

Late summer, while leaves are still green is a good time to assess the trees in your sugarbush. Weak or declining individuals will show areas of crown dieback. Trees with more than 75% dieback will likely not survive but are still competing for li...

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Water Bars

By: uvmext

Access to a sugarbush is critical for installing and repairing sap collection equipment, tapping and managing crop trees and responding to the effects of natural disturbances. Quality access to the sugarbush relies and a road and trail system that...

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Diatomaceous Earth (DE) Filtering

By: uvmext

Just as the sugars found in sap become concentrated during boiling, so too are the naturally occurring minerals found in sap. As the concentration of minerals increases in the sap, it approaches, then exceeds the point of saturation. When that hap...

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HDFS 161 Episode 17 Community Tour

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton conducts a conceptual tour of the community and its residents, illustrating the interconnectedness of problems across the life span.