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The Science of Receiving Feedback: Mentor Workshop Introduction

I don’t know anybody who thinks that feedback conversations work. Whether that’s in your family or with your friends or in your organization, whether you have it to give or unsolicited advice or criticism or offhand comments or your performance review are being aimed at you, the feedback conversations are dreaded and often dismissed. And […]

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Dehydration synthesis or a condensation reaction | Biology | Khan Academy

– [Voiceover] In the previous video, we talked about the importance of glucose as a simple sugar. We talked about its molecular structure. What I wanna do in this video is study how glucose can be, how we can use it as a building block for more complex sugars and more complex carbohydrates. So this […]

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Mating and Courtship Behaviour | Ecology and Environment | The Fuse School

Awkward silences, dorky dancing, cringey flirting and bad kisses… All this just to attract a mate! Courtship behaviour is a pattern or sequence of actions that an individual performs in order to attract a mate. The behavior can involve a number of signals for example auditory or visual stimuli or displays of beauty of fighting […]

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The DNA of Learning: Teens Tackle Animal Poaching Through Genetics

>>Jay: Let’s get started. So we’re gonna start with our simulated bush meat today. And we have three samples.>>Narrator: Something big is happening in this eleventh grade biology class.>>We’re trying to actually kinda change the world a little bit.>>Jay: We thought up a lesson that would incorporate aspects in molecular biology, bioinformatics, evolution, ecology, zoology, […]

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Concentration gradients | Membranes and transport | Biology | Khan Academy

– In the first video where we introduced the idea of diffusion and concentration gradients, we had a container with only one type of particle in it, we had these purple particles. And in our starting scenario we had a higher concentration of the purple particles on the left-hand side than we had on the […]

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