NSDL teaching resources related to “internal”

This item is an interactive tutorial on the topic of light reflection. It integrates background information with related Java simulations that allow users to explore the Law of Reflection, reflection from smooth and rough surfaces, concave and convex mirrors, faceted diamond reflection, and total internal reflection (TIR). This resource is appropriate as content support for K-12 science teachers and/or students in an introductory physics class.

Molecular Expressions: Reflection of Light

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Hall is most associated with proxemics, the study of the human use of space within the context of culture. In The Hidden Dimension (1966), Hall developed his theory of proxemics, arguing that human perceptions of space, although derived from sensory apparatus that all humans share, are molded and patterned by culture. He argued that differing cultural frameworks for defining and organizing space, which are internalized in all people at an unconscious level, can lead to serious failures of communication and understanding in cross-cultural settings.

Edward T. Hall: Proxemic Theory, 1966

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