The basics of rewilding (at least in North America) are the Three C’s: Cores, Corridors, and Carnivores. Rewilding was developed in the 1990’s as a new approach to ecological restoration. Proponents have characterized it as being active rather than reactive. What this means is that instead of viewing conservation as stemming a tide or becoming shepherds to ever-declining animal populations, rewilding is focused on restoring the equilibrium of ecological systems. This is accomplished through a variety of methods that are grouped together under the Three C’s.
Shorthand is the use of abbreviated spellings and or simplified symbols to record information in a quicker, more compact form. The opposite of this is longhand, which generally uses either block lettering or a cursive script. While it takes longer to fully write something out in longhand, all or most of those fluent in a given language will understand what is written down, as opposed to shorthand, which requires special training. In light of modern recording and word processing technologies, the decline in shorthand’s use seems inevitable, with newer inventions allowing those who only known longhand to reap the benefits of shorthand. And yet several shorthand systems thrive in a few niche industries. To fully appreciate shorthand and its resilience, one must go back to its origins.
GDP is the universal measure of income among different countries. We’ve heard of the term GDP multiple times, but what exactly is GDP, and how do we measure an entire country’s income? GDP, Gross Domestic Product, measures the total value of all final goods and services produced in the economy of a country during a given year. Important points that need special attention in the definition of GDP are ‘total,’ ‘final,’ ‘country,’ and ‘a given year.’
A lesson plan look at the relationship between limits and the continuity of a function for calculus. In the last article, we started talking about limits and their applications for analyzing functions. In this article, we will look at how limits can be used to determine the continuity of a function at a point.
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If the sky is the limit, then student loans are the hurricanes of our generation: a destructive force preventing the nation’s youth from reaching their true potential. Let’s learn more about student college loans, its solutions, and resources.
On your mark…get set…bake!
Ever since lockdown due to COVID-19 began, people in countries all across the world have started to pick up new hobbies. For some people, this may mean doing the Renegade dance on TikTok. For others, baking and cooking are the ultimate pastimes.
Come learn with us the benefits of baking during COVID-19 quarantine, and try your hand on some great baking recipes!
Mental illness has long remained a topic that many seem to be clueless about and one that has been stigmatized and stereotyped.
Learn about the truth about mental illness, the history of its treatment, and how we can help break the taboo about mental illness and promote mental health for ourselves and others.
Did our first US President George Washington’s fears about American politics come true? We wonder…Let’s learn more about the history of America’s political and party realignment between Democrats and Republicans.
With the newly mandated stay at home orders that are taking place across the country, the majority of schools have transferred to a form of online schooling. Whether teachers meet with students through Zoom, talk over Email, or use an online classroom such as Google Classroom, students across the country are developing problems with the adjustment to online school.
We have compiled some useful tips in order to help you or your student to better adapt to the struggles that come with learning on a new platform.
With a majority of the world under lock-down and physical schools closed, teachers and students from various countries and continents are plunging into the digital age. Many schools have shifted into online learning, allowing for asynchronous learning to happen for students across different locations and time zones. However, from a scientific standpoint, how does online learning measure up to physical learning?
In light of The College Board recently announcing that this year’s AP English Language and Composition exam will be only one question, a 45-minute rhetorical analysis essay, it would probably be a good idea to freshen up on your essay-writing skills. In this article you will learn the breakdown of every section of the rhetorical analysis essay, and what you should be including in order to earn a five this May.
Does being alone at home make a person go insane? After weeks of social distancing because of COVID-19, people locked up in their homes may be getting bored and restless. Attending school, going out to eat, hanging out with friends — parts of their lives that are normal — are no longer possible. What is the science behind the human’s social brain, and what does isolation do to the brain?
Motivational Quote of the Day: “With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt
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Top 5 Ways to Stop Procrastinating: Procrastination is something that can plague the best of us. Even former president Bill Clinton was a well-known procrastinator! In this article, we share 5 of the best methods to beat procrastination.
COVID-19 Pandemic: Do you need to wear a face mask? How effective are face masks in protecting us from the spread of COVID-19? In this article, we evaluate the efficacy and importance of face masks amidst COVID-19 pandemic.
Motivational Quote of the Day: “Continuous Effort — Not Strength or Intelligence — Is the Key to Unlocking and Using Our Potential.” ~Winston Churchill
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Motivational Quote of the Day: “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” ~Mark Twain~ Want more of our free content and motivational quotes of the day? Join Us at Moosmosis! Subscribe for free or like us on Facebook.
5 Effective Study Strategies for Students: Learning is a lifelong journey that people experience. Here are 5 effective study techniques for students and lifelong learners.
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A Global Epidemic: The Novel 2019 Coronavirus
On December 31st, 2019, Chinese officials informed the World Health Organization that a group of strange cases of pneumonia were detected in the city of Wuhan. The cause of the pneumonia was unknown, but a week later, Chinese health officials confirmed that the cases were associated with a novel coronavirus.
In this lesson, we learn about what is the coronavirus, how the coronavirus spreads, how deadly it is, and why COVID-19 matters for our public and global health.
Manifest Destiny in US History: During the 19th century, the term Manifest Destiny was coined – a belief that America was readily destined to expand its territory across the continent. In this lesson, we explain important events and people that influenced Manifest Destiny, including Mountain Men, Lewis and Clark, Mormons, and the Gold Rush.
Motivational Quote of the Day: “Do What You Can With All You Have, Wherever You Are.” ~Theodore Roosevelt
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Brain Bee Study Guide: Free resources and study guide notes for Brain Bee competition students: Chapter 9 Kinds of Research
Motivational Quote of the Day: “Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day-in and day-out.” ~Robert Collier
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