Home
Search results “Lesson plans for exporting and importing”
Lesson 6 part 3 Importing the activity list from Excel to Primavera
 
25:51
Lesson 6 part 3 Importing the activity list from Excel to Primavera http://planningengineer.net/courses/online-primavera-course-for-engineers-construction-managers/
Views: 45482 Planning Engineer
Lesson 7 - Import Demand and Export Supply, part 1
 
13:40
This is the first part of the series on trade policy and describes the concepts of Import Demand and Export Supply.
Views: 743 Economics Explained
Import - Export Definition for Kids
 
02:14
Website - https://historyillustrated.org Subscribe - http://bit.ly/1rBK2hV
Views: 32330 History Illustrated
Import Export Education Experts - Global Training Center
 
02:21
Importing or exporting goods in or out of the United States requires navigating a complex maze of customs paperwork, rules, and regulations. Global Training Center offers the most complete international trade and customs training available. With a wide range of classes and seminars covering import/export regulations, tariff classification procedures, NAFTA rules, and handling government audits, among other important topics.
How to Start Import Export Business In india Tamil [Part 1] | Export Business Training in Tamil
 
35:40
How to Start Import Export Business in India Tamil (Part 1) | Export Business Training in Tamil | Basic of Documentation. Hello friends, I'm G.Pradeep. I started this channel to share my practical experiences to the beginners who are interested to start import export business in India. In this video i'll be talking about Introduction in Exports. For any doubts and clarification regarding Export orders, Web design and Online marketing Kindly contact me @ +91 7502807076
Views: 90042 Pradeep G
IMPORT - EXPORT
 
02:51
-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
Views: 3790 Jorge Martinez
Learn about Export Procedure
 
16:22
Find 1500+ education videos available at http://www.youtube.com/user/IkenEdu Business is everywhere in the world and the kids should always learn about the basics of business so that they will be aware about these. In this video, kids will learn the role of customs in facilitating legitimate trade and help secure access to overseas market. Watch the full video and learn everything about Export Procedure.
Views: 167959 Iken Edu
VV 32 - English Vocabulary for International Trade | Business English Vocabulary & Words
 
09:44
Download more lessons at http://businessenglishpod.com In this Video Vocab lesson, we'll look at business English vocabulary, words and phrases for international trade.
Surpac Tutorials - lesson 2 - Geological database  (Data import and auditing)
 
24:16
Importing data from csv files into Microsoft Access Database. Download link to surpac practise files: https://drive.google.com/open?id=16aoJX8LUQ2D_xpVlxhqHURIRGVpC7Fpj
Views: 14826 Kobby Ash Villi
MS Project: Importing data from excel to MS Project
 
03:51
User can import data from excel into MS Project. This video explains how to do it. 24x7Coach offers training for PMP, MS Project, Primavera P6, Agile, Scrum, and JIRA. Conducts face-face classroom training, virtual/online training (instructor led) for individuals, groups and for corporate companies. Also offers customized training for corporate companies as per client requirement. Gopi Aitham is project management Enthusiast, Advisor, Blogger & Coach with more than 2 decades of diversified experience. Founded 24x7Coach.com to help professionals and organizations in imparting knowledge, exercising best practices in project management arena. Looking for a training? To know more about services, visit us: www.24x7coach.com Contact us: info@24x7coach.com
Views: 16036 24x7Coach.com
Import and Export
 
02:13
Views: 29212 David Hunter
HOW TO LESSON PLAN FOR HOMESCHOOL
 
14:09
The process of lesson planning seems to be a mystery because so much of what is shown are the final stages of lesson planning, the point where page numbers and book titles are being added into the lesson plan, but how it got there is still a mystery. How do you choose books? Which ones are assigned to the student? Which ones are read alouds? Though you'll see me do this as well, I'm going to attempt to show you my process of how I pick which resources will go into which weeks of our six week main lesson block for Ancient Roman History. This kind of lesson planning may be different than what you're used to. Instead of a continuation of books and workbooks that span the year, each new unit is a lesson plan unto itself. The benefit of this is that every 1-2 months is like starting school again which is exciting and something we look forward to, at the same time, it requires time to put the lessons together. I try to plan out the lessons for the whole block at one time, but if it weren't for sharing on this platform, I would have only done one week at a time. It's better to do the whole block at one time, even there are blank spaces in the lesson plan to be filled in later because it gives you a bird's eye view of the unit and allows for better planning overall. For this unit, since we had all the materials already, I won't show you the process of choosing which books to buy. In general I'll check out the books and projects at Rainbow Resource and choose from their offerings. I did pick up some new books for this unit that I'm excited to use and we'll be returning to some old favorites. For a complete review of these materials, check the last video in the playlist at the conclusion of this unit to see how we liked the books and projects and which ones we skipped and why. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PHVIVDBgSc&list=PLJxUV0rOnlxwwd_4QQnIoisk5fvizMH1l There will be changes to the lesson plan, so at the end of this main lesson block, I'll share the updated lesson plans so you can see the changes. When putting together a history unit, I look for books/resources in the following topic areas: History (famous people, timeline history, historical events) Biographies (picture books work great for biographies) Geography (a single atlas book does fine) Historical fiction (a great way to get your history/culture in a fun book) Culture/food/clothing (cook up a dish from the time period) Audio books/songs (music from the time period is fun to listen to) Projects/Activities (pre-made kits are a go-to staple around here) Games (Professor Noggins are our favorite) Workbooks (use sparingly or skip and do narrations) Picture books (surprisingly informative & fun) Activity and project books (Lauri Carlson has several) Science/math (adding other subjects rounds out your unit) Two more things I use for lesson planning are full back Post-its sticky pads and a pencil. I write notes about each book/resource on the sticky pad and stick it on the front cover of the book for easy lesson planning. Lesson planning has been in flux for about a year or two. Currently you can find lesson plans for this unit graciously assembled by Sayeda at Precious Years exclusively for Homeschool Panda. Follow link below to access. Ancient Roman History Lesson Plan: Steps to import lesson plan: http://www.homeschoolpanda.com Step 1: Log into Homeschool Panda Step 2: Click on "Lesson Planner” from left hand pane Step 3: Click on “Import Lesson Plan” located on the top right Step 4: Paste this link: https://app.homeschoolpanda.com/lessons/export/a2e33ed4afaaf02e3366 Once Lesson Imported, you can assign to a student. You can also find the lesson plans on my website. I created my plans using Mac Numbers sheets. I like to get a full week of lesson plans on a single sheet of paper. https://www.pepperandpine.com/roman-history-unit-study-how-to-process-from-start-to-finish/ Find me here: https://twitter.com/PepperandPine https://www.instagram.com/pepperandpine/ https://www.facebook.com/pepperandpine https://www.pepperandpine.com Music courtesy of YouTube "Clover 3"
Views: 2034 Pepper and Pine
Lesson 6   StoryO 2  Importing/Exporting a Screenplay
 
10:19
Learn how to import and export a screenplay in StoryO 2.
Views: 444 junglesoftwaretv
Chalk.com Lesson 5 - Exporting Lesson Plans
 
03:43
This video will take you through the various ways you can export lessons within Planboard. We have more sharing/exporting options available through our Chalk.com Coordinate offering. Learn more here: https://www.chalk.com/school/coordinate
Views: 1386 Chalk
SketchUp Skill Builder: Importing and exporting in SketchUp Shop
 
05:13
SketchUp on the Web has done a great job of bringing the simplicity of modeling in SketchUp on the desktop to a whole new platform. One of the big changes is the handling of files, namely, importing new materials and printing your model. Hopefully, this video will help to demystify the process of importing and exporting without the help of a File menu. https://www.sketchup.com/buy/pricing
Views: 3593 SketchUp
Lesson 14: Importing the project in Allplan Precast and TIM [EN]
 
01:35:34
Importing the model in Allplan Precast in order to import it further intor Tehnical Information Manager to do a BIM 4D execution time planning.
Views: 430 Ciprian POPA
International Trade and Economic Development Series:  Export Promotion
 
09:43
Hey Everyone, This is video 5 of 9 videos in “The International Trade and Economic Development Series”. Watch the entire series right here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNI2Up0JUWkHU2hlv6nWtW6hJif4bFskA The List! Here is the “The List” for “The International Trade and Economic Development Series” For an explanation of the logic of “The Lists” click here: https://youtu.be/dE0fbsgXlFE International barriers to development 1. Over-specialization on a narrow range of products 2. Price volatility of primary products 3. Inability to access international markets Trade strategies for economic growth and economic development 1. Import substitution industrialization (ISI) 2. Export promotion (export-led growth or outward oriented growth strategy) 3. Trade liberalization 4. Bilateral and regional preferential trade agreements 5. Diversification (in exports) Development strategies 1. Fairtrade organizations a. Fairtrade Labeling Organization International (FLO) I hope you find these videos helpful to your study of Economics. Enjoy! Brad Cartwright
Series of 5 Practical Webinars on Exporting & Importing
 
01:04
Register at http://www.international-trade-training.net/article957 1) 10 steps to exporting your products. 2) Finding the right export market for you. 3) How to find a foreign agent, buyer or distributor? 4) How to build a successful export/import trading business from scratch? 5) Lessons from 10 Canadian export success stories. About the trainer: http://www.winglobal.ca
Views: 145 WinGlobalPartners
QuickStart lesson 3 - Importing a site plan
 
09:19
Allplan QuickStart is aimed at anyone who wants to test out Allplan or take the first steps in Allplan. Install the QuickStart project data and let us show you the first steps on the way to your 3D building model. We hope you enjoy entering the Allplan world. QuickStart lesson 3 - Importing a site plan: - Open a QuickStart project - Import site plan - Zoom and move in drawing files - Element information - Drawing file status
Views: 619 ALLPLAN English
ASTRONOMY UNIT STUDY
 
52:29
Putting together a new unit is always fun, but I have to admit that as the years go by and we circle back to familiar units, a new problem seems to emerge. Choice. What items from my own collection do I choose this time around? Our units are filled with various resources from games, to books, to projects and kits, to fiction and non-fiction books. Do we stick to old favorites or try new resources? This time around we did a short 3-week main lesson block inspired almost entirely by our Live-Education Waldorf curriculum. I will show you the materials we used for that main lesson block as well as materials we have used or plan to use for our unit study on Astronomy. We will return to our Astronomy main lesson block after we do our history units for the year. Currently, I've decided to split up large main lesson blocks into two smaller ones as recommended in the curriculum. The reason why we don't do this often is that once we get engrossed into a topic area, we like to see it through before moving. Three weeks is such a short duration for our units that it seems right when we are getting into the meat of the material, it's time to move on. However, one of the downsides to stretching a unit until all the material is covered is that there is a saturation of information and soon we just can't squeeze anything else in. Giving a few weeks to rest between main lesson blocks means that the information learning in one main lesson block as an opportunity to be digested and processed while new different material is being learning. So, this time around, this unit will be short and only feature the material shown at the beginning of the video as well as the games and some projects. When we revisit this main lesson block, I'll post the new updated lesson plans on my website (link below to the current 3-week lesson plan), and they will also be available on Homeschool Panda. We've been homeschooling since 2003, and in that time, we've collected a lot of resources for our unit studies. You certainly don't need this much. One good non-fiction book as well as some picture books, a book on mythology, some books on astronomers or scientists and some games and projects would round out a unit study very well. Stay tuned for review video where I share with you all the materials we used and how we liked them. You can see all the projects we did for this unit for the years by checking out this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0C0a267dxs&list=PLJxUV0rOnlxzvF42ikJ4CG6Hzi7nrwulD Check out the lesson plans on Homeschool Panda: https://app.homeschoolpanda.com/lessons/export/4f4ad4b292ebe1bf6e0c Steps to import lesson plan: Step 1: Log into Homeschool Panda Step 2: Click on "Lesson Planner” from left hand pane Step 3: Click on “Import Lesson Plan” located on the top right Step 4: Paste this link: https://app.homeschoolpanda.com/lessons/export/4f4ad4b292ebe1bf6e0c and Click on "Import Lesson” See the blog post with my lesson plans here: https://www.pepperandpine.com/?p=4005 Find me here: https://twitter.com/PepperandPine https://www.instagram.com/pepperandpine/ https://www.facebook.com/pepperandpine https://www.pepperandpine.com
Views: 2161 Pepper and Pine
Exporting & Importing Course Packages
 
06:10
This video tutorial will review how to export and import course packages in the Blackboard Learn environment.
How to Import a Course Package
 
01:34
Instructors can use the Import Package utility to copy course materials from one course to another. Some or all material exported from one course can be imported into another course. This tutorial will show you how to import an existing course package into another course, and then select the material to copy.
Views: 12524 Blackboard Inc.
Top 20 Best Small Business Ideas for Beginners in 2017
 
04:25
Top 20 best small business ideas for beginners in 2017. Start a small business with low cost capital investment in 2017. Also, Subscribe our young entrepreneurs channel for more business ideas in future. Checkout our popular best small business ideas videos. Top 40 Small Business Ideas in India - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_IvoZQkcgs Top 15 Best Small Business Ideas to Start your small business - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlotQmjVork Top 10 Profitable Small Business ideas in 2016 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07fsKAG5kZc If you're going to start a small business as new beginner then, you've to read this whole video description for understanding many important things before starting your own business. No doubt, already you've watched this full video and also, subscribed this channel, But, have you think one question! which business idea is best for your passion! Before choosing any business, you need to identify your passion. If you don't find your passion then, these all top 20 small business ideas for beginners are worth less. There are many filed you can choose for starting a small business as beginner. Agriculture, import & export, technology, arts & crafts, Internet, Traveling and many more field are evergreen in present market. If you're still confused then, comment your question. I'll give you answer. Well, I've some questions which might be cleared from your side. 1. What is your level of preparedness? Are you skilled in your business? 2. How much capital do you have? Do you have specific amount of money to run your small business? 3. Do you know about who is on your team? 4. Also, have you rectifed about how strong is your business plan? 5. What business idea and skills do you've in mind? Be cleared with these all 5 questions before selecting any business idea from these Top 20 Best Small Business Ideas for Beginners. Also, do subscribe our channel.
Views: 1398002 Young Entrepreneurs Forum
Chalk - Reusing Lessons - Importing Lesson Groups (3 of 3)
 
06:25
Before you import a lesson group you’ll need to make sure you setup your curriculum sets. Once you do that this lesson walks through how to find Lesson Groups that have been shared with you and import them to Planboard so you can start planning.
Views: 108 Chalk
Import Export Activity Page
 
00:42
Historical log of imports and exports, download exported files.
Views: 52 RoblyTV
Import Export Business
 
02:30
Discover how to use sites like Madeinchina, Alibaba Express and many more from the world's leading importer and marketer Peter Sun. Discover how to import from china and get great quality goods in our free video trainings! Peter Sun started Import Export Exposed to teach business owners how to start an import/export business from scratch.
Views: 271 Peter Importing
How to Import an Autocad file using Google Sketchup
 
09:01
This video show you how to import an Autocad file into Site Manager using a simple plugin for Google Sketchup. This simple tool will allow you to quickly create an area rather than doing it by hand. Copy the code below into notepad and save as ExportWalls.rb. See notes at the bottom. require "sketchup.rb" module CD def self.export_points model = Sketchup.active_model ents = model.active_entities path = UI.openpanel() if not path then return end aFile = File.open(path, "w") ents.each{ |e| if e.is_a?(Sketchup::Edge) sp = e.start #starting point of the line ep = e.end #ending point of the line x1 = sp.position.x y1 = sp.position.y x2 = ep.position.x y2 = ep.position.y aFile.puts(x1.to_s().chop + " " + y1.to_s().chop) aFile.puts(x2.to_s().chop + " " + y2.to_s().chop) aFile.puts(" ") end } aFile.close() UI.messagebox('Script Complete') end # CD.export_points end # MODULE filename = File.basename(__FILE__) if not file_loaded?(filename) UI.menu("Plugins").add_item("ExportWalls") {CD.export_points} file_loaded(filename) end NOTE: Use at least 3 digits of precision when converting your file. Your pc must be in English locale and the decimal symbol must be set to "."
Views: 333915 UbisenseSupport
Import and Export: Test Questions for Moodle: Teachers! Stop Pushing Paper!
 
06:21
Why Screencasting Easy for end users o Show and tell Why specifically for teachers? "Everyone" knows that the future is digital... so why fight it?! Teachers! Demand more training and digital teaching tools! Case in point, more and more universities are pushing content on line but few primary and secondary teachers know how to leverage their lessons to span the planet. Yes, the question of why a teacher should be recording their lessons is as easy as answering why teachers have lesson plans: to know where they've been and where they are going. Without more use of tools that foster auto-didactic tendancies in our students we will get more 'sheeple' than people. + Help them help us! Show them how to screencast! If teachers are not assigning digital deliverables then students will be less prepared to work in the digital economy... Often teachers are not trained... screencasts to the rescue! + Teachers need more support for electronic products in class. Far too many can't compete in the workplace partly because they lack computing skills... they are transferring that lack on to students... # If it wasn't true there would be a lot more teachers putting their own networks together... Networks are easy to assemble with www.LTSP.org Hardware is free for the asking in the developed world. Dennis Daniels, Camstudio and Moodle Educator: Dennis Daniels
Views: 388 Dennis G D
Import CAD (DWG, DXF) into SketchUp
 
05:52
Subscribe : https://goo.gl/WVo8Se Facebook : https://goo.gl/8jJmYi Click http://goo.gl/fvG9wo to download DraftSight for free to view and create CAD drawings. Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe.
Views: 39954 ArchTutorial
HOW TO DO A UNIT STUDY | ANCIENT GREECE
 
41:49
It's time to put together another unit and this time it's Ancient Greece. We already started out with materials for this unit, but over the last few years, we added more resources. It's quite a full unit now, and it doesn't look like we'll be able to cover everything we want in four short weeks. We could make this unit longer by 2-3 weeks and cover everything more easily, but as we got a late start to the school year, we are trying to be very efficient with our units so we can squeeze all our history units into winter. Granted our southern California winters are hardly cold, cloudy or dreary (perfect weather for hours of reading in front of the fireplace), instead we have gorgeous pleasant need-to-be-outdoor weather! You see, I like to put our history unit in the winter when we like to cozy up and read. We might turn on the fireplace, grab some warm blankets and listen while I read aloud. History units are perfect for this because there's usually a lot of reading. And while we've had a small share of cool days, it feels nothing like winter! If you have a reason behind how you organize your units during the year, I'd love to hear it! When putting together a history unit, I look for books/resources in the following topic areas: History (famous people, timeline history, historical events) Biographies (picture books work great for biographies) Geography (a single atlas book does fine) Historical fiction (a great way to get your history/culture in a fun book) Culture/food/clothing (cook up a dish from the time period) Audio books/songs (music from the time period is fun to listen to) Projects/Activities (pre-made kits are a go-to staple around here) Games (Professor Noggins are our favorite) Workbooks (use sparingly or skip and do narrations) Picture books (surprisingly informative & fun) Activity and project books (Lauri Carlson has several) Science/math (adding other subjects rounds out your unit) Two more things I use for lesson planning are full back Post-its sticky pads and a pencil. I write notes about each book/resource on the sticky pad and stick it on the front cover of the book for easy lesson planning. Lesson planning has been in flux for about a year or two. Currently you can find lesson plans for this unit graciously assembled by Sayeda at Precious Years exclusively for Homeschool Panda. Follow link below to access. Ancient Greece Lesson Plan: Steps to import lesson plan: Step 1: Log into Homeschool Panda Step 2: Click on "Lesson Planner” from left hand pane Step 3: Click on “Import Lesson Plan” located on the top right Step 4: Paste this link: https://app.homeschoolpanda.com/lessons/export/053d75c832b0960abdb2 and Click on "Import Lesson” Once Lesson Imported, you can assign to a student. You can also find the lesson plans on my website. I created my plans using Mac Numbers sheets. I like to get a full week of lesson plans on a single sheet of paper. https://www.pepperandpine.com/?p=4054 Check out the other videos in this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWgudr4h6Po&list=PLJxUV0rOnlxwF0Me42OZd0WSJ7AgmR7Nl Find me here: https://twitter.com/PepperandPine https://www.instagram.com/pepperandpine/ https://www.facebook.com/pepperandpine https://www.pepperandpine.com
Views: 1329 Pepper and Pine
ROMAN HISTORY UNIT STUDY | HOW-TO PROCESS FROM START TO FINISH
 
37:18
It's time to start a new unit and this time I'll walk you through the process of putting together a unit study from start to finish. The only thing I've put in a separate video is the lesson planning process and you can see that here: https://youtu.be/7yXPwJHrLI8 When putting together a history unit, I look for books/resources in the following topic areas: History (famous people, timeline history, historical events) Biographies (picture books work great for biographies) Geography (a single atlas book does fine) Historical fiction (a great way to get your history/culture in a fun book) Culture/food/clothing (cook up a dish from the time period) Audio books/songs (music from the time period is fun to listen to) Projects/Activities (pre-made kits are a go-to staple around here) Games (Professor Noggins are our favorite) Workbooks (use sparingly or skip and do narrations) Picture books (surprisingly informative & fun) Activity and project books (Lauri Carlson has several) Science/math (adding other subjects rounds out your unit) Two more things I use for lesson planning are full back Post-its sticky pads and a pencil. I write notes about each book/resource on the sticky pad and stick it on the front cover of the book for easy lesson planning. Lesson planning has been in flux for about a year or two. Currently you can find lesson plans for this unit graciously assembled by Sayeda at Precious Years exclusively for Homeschool Panda. Follow link below to access. Ancient Roman History Lesson Plan: Steps to import lesson plan: http://www.homeschoolpanda.com Step 1: Log into Homeschool Panda Step 2: Click on "Lesson Planner” from left hand pane Step 3: Click on “Import Lesson Plan” located on the top right Step 4: Paste this link: https://app.homeschoolpanda.com/lessons/export/a2e33ed4afaaf02e3366 Once Lesson Imported, you can assign to a student. You can also find the lesson plans on my website. I created my plans using Mac Numbers sheets. I like to get a full week of lesson plans on a single sheet of paper. https://www.pepperandpine.com/roman-history-unit-study-how-to-process-from-start-to-finish/ Check out our last Ancient Roman History unit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PHVIVDBgSc&list=PLJxUV0rOnlxwwd_4QQnIoisk5fvizMH1l Find me here: https://twitter.com/PepperandPine https://www.instagram.com/pepperandpine/ https://www.facebook.com/pepperandpine https://www.pepperandpine.com Music courtesy of YouTube "Clover 3"
Views: 912 Pepper and Pine
LIVING BOOKS REVIEW | ANCIENT ROMAN HISTORY | HOMESCHOOL CURRICULUM
 
55:32
Not only is this a review of the materials we used for our Ancient Roman History main lesson block, but it's also an insight in how we do our main lessons or unit studies. I share clips of my children doing their work throughout this unit during the video as well as my son's main lesson book so you can see the work he completed during this unit. You can see how we put this unit together by checking this video out: https://youtu.be/NMDuNFc936Q This is our third time doing this unit and over the years, I've collected an number of resources to add to our main lesson book or to depart completely and create our own unit studies. Some were enjoyed by my children and others were not. I'll share my experiences with these books, activities and projects. Also, I've used far more materials than what is necessary to do a successful unit study. I share my top picks and must haves. When it comes down to the main book or spine for your unit study, it's a toss up between The Story of the Romans by H. A. Guerber and Ancient Rome by Charles Kovacs. Story of the Romans: https://www.rainbowresource.com/product/sku/044864 Ancient Rome: https://www.amazon.com/Ancient-Rome-Waldorf-Education-Resources/dp/0863154824/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1528167490&sr=8-1&keywords=ancient+roman+history+charles+kovacs Take your guess as to which of those two resources I recommend. You can leave your guess in the comment section below. Here's the complete Ancient Roman Playlist with all the videos that accompany this unit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PHVIVDBgSc&list=PLJxUV0rOnlxwwd_4QQnIoisk5fvizMH1l When putting together a history unit, I look for books/resources in the following topic areas: History (famous people, timeline history, historical events) Biographies (picture books work great for biographies) Geography (a single atlas book does fine) Historical fiction (a great way to get your history/culture in a fun book) Culture/food/clothing (cook up a dish from the time period) Audio books/songs (music from the time period is fun to listen to) Projects/Activities (pre-made kits are a go-to staple around here) Games (Professor Noggins are our favorite) Workbooks (use sparingly or skip and do narrations) Picture books (surprisingly informative & fun) Activity and project books (Lauri Carlson has several) Science/math (adding other subjects rounds out your unit) Two more things I use for lesson planning are full back Post-its sticky pads and a pencil. I write notes about each book/resource on the sticky pad and stick it on the front cover of the book for easy lesson planning. Lesson planning has been in flux for about a year or two. Currently you can find lesson plans for this unit graciously assembled by Sayeda at Precious Years exclusively for Homeschool Panda. Follow link below to access. Ancient Roman History Lesson Plan: Steps to import lesson plan: http://www.homeschoolpanda.com Step 1: Log into Homeschool Panda Step 2: Click on "Lesson Planner” from left hand pane Step 3: Click on “Import Lesson Plan” located on the top right Step 4: Paste this link: https://app.homeschoolpanda.com/lessons/export/a2e33ed4afaaf02e3366 Once Lesson Imported, you can assign to a student. You can also find the lesson plans on my website. I created my plans using Mac Numbers sheets. I like to get a full week of lesson plans on a single sheet of paper. https://www.pepperandpine.com/roman-history-unit-study-how-to-process-from-start-to-finish/ Check out our last Ancient Roman History unit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PHVIVDBgSc&list=PLJxUV0rOnlxwwd_4QQnIoisk5fvizMH1l Minute Markers: 2:13 History Spines for Unit Study 14:20 Historical Fiction 22:50 Picture Books and more 25:50 Mythology 26:37 Math + History 27:37 Hands on projects. toys and audio 34:15 Activity Books 38:02 Gladiators and the Army 40:47 City & architecture 42:24 Pompeii 48:10 Main lesson book 53:44 Reveal which book I prefer Find me here: https://twitter.com/PepperandPine https://www.instagram.com/pepperandpine/ https://www.facebook.com/pepperandpine https://www.pepperandpine.com
Views: 1151 Pepper and Pine
Exporting OneNote Lesson Plans
 
01:48
Recorded with http://screencast-o-matic.com
Views: 119 Jose Benavides
Revit MEP Lesson 8_B: How to import CAD files to Revit MEP
 
24:10
Please like my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/learningwithrich/about/ For exercises files, please go to this blog site and SUPPORT: https://learningwithrich.wordpress.com/support-me/ To directly chat with me: - Install CHATSAUCE to your iOS or Android device. Add my number: +64211868270 To install CHATSAUCE: iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chatsauce/id1169075504?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.vsionteq.chatsauce For tutorial on how to use CHATSAUCE, link is below: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=4UFSv8cUzg8 - Install QUIPSPHERE to your iOS or Android device. Look for the Sphere "@BIMolography" and join to that sphere. To add me to your QUIPSPHERE, look for "Halftone". That is my username there. To install QUIPSPHERE: iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/ph/app/quipsphere/id1091149638?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.uly.quipsphere For tutorial on how to use QUIPSPHERE, link is below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69qCSju0qkU
Views: 4721 Learning With Rich
Import OpenStreetMap data into AutoCAD drawings - Spatial Manager Blog
 
03:58
Many AutoCAD users, such as architects, surveyors, engineers, etc., often need access to territorial information as a basis for their own projects or their work related in some way to the territory OpenStreetMap community has this kind of spatial information, which is freely available, supported by thousands of users worldwide and continuously updated (see the previous post in this Blog) Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD includes, as other products in the Spatial Manager™ suite, its own data provider to access the information in OpenStreetMap and import it as graphical objects and alphanumeric data (EED) In this example, by using the search and navigation tools in the main OpenStreetMap website, we locate the spatial information relating to a given city and the search process is focused on a specific area of the city. Then, from this website, the information is exported to an OSM file which will be used in Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD to import OpenStreetMap data into an AutoCAD drawing The information to be imported into AutoCAD from the OSM file is segmented. First, the buildings are imported and automatically separated into different AutoCAD layers, according to their build type. Then, the routes are imported into another Layer Also, we configure the application to perform a Coordinate Transformation to project the objects over the import process (OpenStreetMap information is defined using the WGS 84 Latitude-Longitude system -- EPSG: 4326) Please, watch the video
Views: 60741 Spatial Manager
HOW TO IMPORT CAD FILE TO STAAD PRO. LESSON-04
 
09:54
THIS VIDEOS SHOW HOW TO IMPORT CAD FILE TO STAAD PRO. YOU CAN DRAW 3D MODEL IN STAAD PRO EASILY AND SHORT TIME...
Import / Export Clients & Project Managers - eRS Resource Management Tool
 
01:48
This video shows how to import and export clients & project managers in project fields on Admin Screen of eResource Scheduler resource management tool. Know More: https://www.eresourcescheduler.com
HOW TO LESSON PLAN WITH HOMESCHOOL PANDA
 
07:03
Have you ever used a planner that does the work for you? Homeschool Panda does just that! Yep! It will auto populate a lesson plan for you in you put in the parameters of the lesson. With just a few clicks you can have your lesson plans complete. I’ll give you a peek into how I’m using Homeschool Panda, but there is so much more you can do with the planner app. I’m using it to form and share my unit study lessons. They’ll be available to you so you can see how we’re putting these lessons together. Don’t forget to join the giveaway! Just leave a comment below and check back on Monday to see who won the $50 gift certificate to A Child’s Dream, one of my favorite online Waldorf vendors. GIVEAWAY ENDED Winner announced via Instagram on October 2nd. https://www.instagram.com/pepperandpine/?hl=en Find Homeschool Panda lesson planning site here http://www.homeschoolpanda.com Check out how I put together our Ocean Main Lesson block https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XX8U6uB5OWw&list=PLJxUV0rOnlxxxpcxNPkpG98xZrCEn3jX0 See my lesson plan here!!! In order to access the lessons plans, you have to import it into your lesson plans on Homeschool Panda. https://app.homeschoolpanda.com/lessons/export/ad4f99889e2e8fe653c0 Winners for this giveaway were Maraea Wills and Ethnic Green Living. Congrats! Find me here: https://twitter.com/PepperandPine https://www.instagram.com/pepperandpine/ https://www.facebook.com/pepperandpine https://www.pepperandpine.com
Views: 1610 Pepper and Pine
MINERALOGY MAIN LESSON BLOCK | HOW TO DO A UNIT STUDY
 
28:58
New units are always filled with prospect and excitement. Collecting the material from the school room, library or elsewhere is definitely fun, but it can be overwhelming. I'm showing you the materials I'm using for our Mineralogy Main Lesson block. I'm using the Live-Education Waldorf inspired homeschool curriculum as a guide and I'm supplementing with a variety of Charlotte Mason inspired living books (as well as some not-so-living books), projects, kits and activities. I have a few resource materials for additional information. The latest book I'm finding especially helpful is by Chris Novak Geology and Astronomy. I'm using Homeschool Panda for my lesson plans, and if you have an account (which is FREE!) you can have my lesson plans! http://www.homeschoolpanda.com My lesson plans: https://app.homeschoolpanda.com/lessons/export/aae1ae0c700a0247972b (Copy the link and import it into your Homeschool Panda account) Find me here: https://twitter.com/PepperandPine https://www.instagram.com/pepperandpine/ https://www.facebook.com/pepperandpine https://www.pepperandpine.com
Views: 1071 Pepper and Pine
Lesson #3: Investigating Global Imports by Schedule B Number
 
04:46
A short tutorial on using U.N. Comtrade data to determine global imports of a particular product by Schedule B or Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) Number.
How to Import a Google Map into Sketchup
 
04:40
How to import a satellite image with terrain from google maps or google earth. Importing this information will allow you to have the topography or contours of your site. For the full write-up go to: http://designerhacks.com/sketchupgooglemaps/ Checkout more of our free sketchup tutorials with video and written explanations here: http://designerhacks.com/sketchup/ ----------------------------------------------- FOLLOW ME: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/designerhacks?sub_confirmation=1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/designerhacks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/designerhacks Website: http://www.designerhacks.com Intro and outro music courtesy of Signal Hill.
Views: 295064 Designer Hacks
ArchiCAD Tutorial | How to Import 3D Objects from IFC and DWG files
 
35:18
In this ArchiCAD tutorial excerpted from the Best Practices Course (http://www.acbestpractices.com) you'll learn how to import manufacturer components as 3D library parts. These are becoming more widely available in IFC and DWG formats from many websites, and allow you to place highly accurate representations of actual real world equipment and furniture into your ArchiCAD models. ArchiCAD 16 makes this an easy process. You can import IFC files directly using the File menu - File Special - Merge command, which will create a new library part and immediately place it. If it appears faceted (due to curved or detailed surface models), you may select a copy of the new object and use the Design menu - Convert to Morph command, then adjust the Morph settings to make the edges "Soft". This will make both the 2D plan view and the 3D window (and Elevation) views much cleaner. A similar process may be followed to import a DWG file using the File menu - Libraries and Objects - Open Object command. Note that you can add Listing parameters to these new objects for your Schedules by changing the Object Subtype from Model Element to a more specific type of element. WEB PAGES SHOWN IN THE VIDEO: IFC download of NBL sink: http://www.nationalbimlibrary.com/GenericBIMObject?id=345 DWG download of Duravit sink: http://www.duravit.co.uk/website/homepage/products/product_overview/series/architec.com-en.html/p-90552 Note that access to files on http://www.nationalbimlibrary.com requires registration, which is free.
Views: 103263 Eric Bobrow
AutoCAD to SketchUp part1
 
01:54:54
No Audio This video enplane how to import an AutoCAD file into SketchUp and how to build up your model easy https://www.facebook.com/groups/EgyptSketchupCommunity/
Views: 231005 Egypt Sketchup Community
SketchUp: Cutting plans and sections
 
07:44
http://www.sketchupfordummies.com This video accompanies Google SketchUp for Dummies, by Aidan Chopra.
Views: 341359 aidanchopra
Raw Video:  Panel Discussion: Various Topics/ Import-Export
 
01:02:55
Get my book "The China Sourcing Manual - Learn How to Successfully Source in China" packed full of 20 years of experience in working with China and almost 300 pages of strategies, templates, procedures and best practices based on the operations manual of a successful sourcing agency. Get the E-book (PDF version) + digital copies (word and excel format) of the templates outlined in the book here: http://www.chinasourcinginfo.org/book/ *** Courtesy of http://www.psschina.com/ As presented at the Australian International Sourcing Fair in Melbourne (Nov 2014) Day 2 From the show organizer: This exciting discussion panel will focus on international sourcing and provide practical tips, ideas and advice from industry experts. Mike Bellamy steers the ship on this discussion and leads a panel of highly regarded experts. Featuring Jane Tepper from EcoSleep & Mark Coleman from the Australian Chamber of International Trade, no stone will be left unturned as all the big issues are tackled. A valuable session for all delegates to interact and participate with industry leaders. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The China Sourcing Manual - Learn How to Successfully Source in China by Mike Bellamy" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hLHfPQz4FU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 118 Mike Bellamy
Vissim Tutorial - Lesson 19 - Import new vehicles models
 
08:53
VISSIM tutorial to learn how to import new vehicle models. New car and train model. Where to download the v3d models from. Tutorials to learn various software. If you like, please subscribe! Thank you! Matyas
Views: 3592 Mátyás Lember