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Jill King: Technology Project

Jill King: Technology Project by jking26

EDUC 641 Technology as an Effective Instructional Medium

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Created on 3/28/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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Proyecto de Los Pasatiempos 8 by n_romero1

Proyecto de Los Pasatiempos 8 by n_romero1 by n_romero1

My childhood.

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Created on 3/27/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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brendan shock gavs

brendan shock gavs by jack4au

y gavs

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Created on 3/27/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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Caring for a Shock Victim

Caring for a Shock Victim by malg

This Yodio presentation is a walkthrough of how to care for a shock victim.

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Created on 3/27/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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Proyecto

Proyecto by callmejoebob

Spanish project Los Pasatiempos

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When a victim is in shock

When a victim is in shock by baseballdavo

What to do when a victim is in shock

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Created on 3/27/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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Narrows Brewing Co. – Free Tour on Tues. - Photo Op

Narrows Brewing Co. – Free Tour on Tues. - Photo Op by VisitWa

Phone: (253) 327-1400 Narrows Brewing Company is a waterfront brewery and taproom located right in the Narrows Marina on the Puget Sound with saltwater in the air and free dock tie-up for guests. They opened their doors in July of 2013. The brewery and taproom located in a 100 year old mill building and offer scenic views of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. View of Narrows Bridge is a very nice PhotoOp day and evening. Free tours on the first Tuesday of each month at 7 pm. One of their brewers will be on-hand to walk you through the facility and explain how they craft their tasty beverages. Must be 21 to be on the premises. Hours: Mon-Thur 2 pm - 9 pm Fri-Sat 12 pm - 11 pm Sun 12 pm - 6:00 pm Website: www.narrowsbrewing.com

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Created on 3/27/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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Mi favorita tiempo pasado de actividad

Mi favorita tiempo pasado de actividad by shamyrathomas

My old, current, and always past time activities.

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Created on 3/26/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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Emily’s Chocolate Factory Outlet

Emily’s Chocolate Factory Outlet by SpecialDeals

PH (888) 469-2637 Hours: 10 – 5 M – F Lots of parking in this industry park setting. And the outlet is right next door to the factory. The stuff they sell in the outlet may not be found anywhere else - they like to experiment with different flavors and combinations, and the leftovers and blems often make it to the outlet shelves. The sign from the road says "Ames Chocolate", but once you pull into the parking lot, there is a small sign on the door that says Emily's Factory Outlet Store. They have factory seconds plus the regular retail pristine stuff. They also have some products to taste that they are trying out, and they are generous with samples….so just ask. Website: www.emilyschocolate.com

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Created on 3/25/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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Outlet Store - Brown and Haley Almond Roca

Outlet Store - Brown and Haley Almond Roca by SpecialDeals

Brown and Haley Outlet Store in Fife is larger store than their outlet next to the factory in downtown Tacoma, and the Fife outlet appears to offer nearly 4 times as many booboos and other rejects. You never know what great bargains you will find. Factory outlet prices for the various Brown & Haley treats (Almond Roca, Cashew Roca, Mocha Roca, Peppermint Roca, Mountain Bars ...and so many different sweet treats. This outlet offers a wide selection of free samples. But, you’ll also find the deeply discounted boxes and bags of candy called rejects because they aren't pretty enough to retail. And you’ll also find inviting deals on regular packages of almond roca that might have a slight blemish on the can. The selections change daily. In the true Tacoma spirit, the staff is extremely friendly and helpful. Hours: 9:30 – 5 Mon – Saturday Ph. (253) 320-3030

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Outlet Store -- Brown and Haley Almond Roca

Outlet Store -- Brown and Haley Almond Roca by SpecialDeals

Ph. 253.620.3067 Brown & Haley started making candy at this factory back in 1919. You’ll easily spot the outlet store in front of the factory. A little small, but this outlet offers a wide selection of free samples. It sells Almond Roca candies, Mountain Bars. But, you’ll also find the deeply discounted boxes and bags of candy called rejects because they aren't pretty enough to retail. And you’ll also find inviting deals on regular packages of almond roca that might have a slight blemish on the can. The selections change daily. Hours: Mon - Sat 9:30 - 5:30 Sunday 11:00 - 4:00

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Stadium Bowl - Historic and PhotoOp

Stadium Bowl - Historic and PhotoOp by VisitWa

The Stadium Bowl, designed by Frederick Heath (also designer of Stadium H.S.), dates from 1910 and is in a location once known as Old Woman's Gulch. Now seating 15,000, it was originally much grander than it is today, with a seating capacity of 32,000. Among those who spoke there were Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, William Jennings Bryan, and Billy Sunday. The stadium was originally built in 1909–1910 using steam shovels and sluicing to move more than 180,000 cubic yards down the edges of the gulch to create a flat playing field of 2.5 acres. Wooden molds were built to cast concrete for 31 rows of stadium seating surrounding the playing field. A restoration project in the 1970s had to sacrifice roughly half of the seating capacity because of ground instability.

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Truck engine

Truck engine by craigslistad

truck engine

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Created on 3/25/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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11th Street Bridge / Murray Morgan Bridge -- PhotoOp

11th Street Bridge / Murray Morgan Bridge -- PhotoOp by VisitWa

Dominating the City's skyline over the Foss Waterway, the bridge is listed on the Tacoma and National Registers of Historic Places, and the State Heritage Register. The bridge opened in 1913, linking the downtown, waterfront, and industrial tide flats. Designed by renowned bridge engineers Waddell and Harrington, the bridge was remarkable for the height of the deck. In 1997 the bridge was renamed to honor Tacoma-born Murray Morgan (1916–2000), the best-known Pacific Northwest historian of his generation, and author of "Skid Road", a history of Seattle, Washington. Morgan was a bridge tender on the bridge during the 1950s. In fact, he wrote most of "Skid Road" during quiet periods on the job. PhotoOp from Fireman’s Park through the bridge captures Mt. Rainier nicely on a clear day. You can also walk across the bridge which offers multiple photo ops of the city, the port, and Commencement Bay. There are also stairs between the bridge deck and Dock Street below.

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World's Tallest Totem Pole

World's Tallest Totem Pole by VisitWa

This totem pole in Fireman’s Park has towered over downtown Tacoma for more than a century. This impressive example of Northwest Indian art is reputed to be the world’s tallest with its eight-and-half-story tall wooden pole. This totem pole was carved in 1903 by Indians from the Sitka region of Alaska for a total cost of $ 3,000. It was carved specifically to be taller than the tallest totem pole in Seattle, and it was hailed as the largest totem pole in the world – it is a total of 105 feet long with 82 feet aboveground. For a nice photo op, stand close to the base of the totem pole, and angle your camera up to emphasize the height.

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UNTITLED Yodio by jywynn

UNTITLED Yodio by jywynn by jywynn

severe bleeding

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Created on 3/24/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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Stadium High School - Historic PhotoOp

Stadium High School - Historic PhotoOp by VisitWa

Eye catching architecture perched on an impressive setting, Stadium High School is a more than 100-year-old high school in Tacoma, Washington and a historic landmark. The school overlooks Tacoma’s Commencement Bay and Puget Sound. Construction began in 1891 by Northern Pacific Railroad with the intention for a luxury hotel resembling a French chateau. The Panic of 1893 ended its financing, and 10 years later it was purchased by Tacoma Schools and their architect, Frederick Heath, redesigned the renovation into a high school. After the nearby stadium was built, it was renamed Stadium High School. Well designed for photo ops and even movie shoots, the school was the filming location for many of the scenes of the 1999 movie: 10 Things I Hate About You.

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Narrows Bridge -- PhotoOp

Narrows Bridge -- PhotoOp by VisitWa

A postcard-worthy photo op is found across the intersection from the War Memorial Park and on the south section of the Jackson St. overpass. Braving the traffic, cross onto the Jackson St. overpass where you can position yourself to shoot the length of the bridge while avoiding the street light poking up from freeway below, and capture a photo as shown. This is a great location for a selfie with the world-famous Narrows Bridge in the background. On a clear day, the snow-capped Olympic Mountain Range will be in the west. You can park within a half block on Jackson St. or you can park a couple blocks walk at the War Memorial’s free parking which is accessed from 6th Avenue by turning north on MacArthur St.

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War Memorial Park -  Narrows Bridge PhotoOp

War Memorial Park - Narrows Bridge PhotoOp by VisitWa

The War Memorial Park rests in a narrow gulch that gently curves down through well-tended lawns and gardens. Despite urban setting, the depth of the park gives it a secluded feel. Warm in summer and rarely crowded, the park is a peaceful contrast to the bustling streets nearby. The upper section of the 3.7 acre park is cool and secluded, with many tables for picnicking. The lower part opens up into a stunning view of the sound. On a clear day, the two Narrows Bridges are framed by the massive peaks of the Olympic mountain range. The park includes a small “Narrows Overlook Plaza” that is well-suited for photographing the famous Narrows Bridge. This PhotoOp is very good during the day and is also an excellent set-up for tripod shots at sunset and in evening. Free Parking is accessed from 6th Avenue by turning north on MacArthur St.

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First aid - Bloody cut.

First aid - Bloody cut. by Willreynolds97

Steps on how to treat a bloody cut.

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Created on 3/22/2015 | Rated E for Everyone
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