Learning objects (LO) are short, self-contained, reusable teaching materials found on the Internet. These can be used to illustrate, support, supplement or assess student learning. They are small in size, and can take on a variety of different shapes, formats, and purposes. The following LOs are developed by UPD faculty and are available at the DILC website:
Title | Subject | Description |
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30°-60°-90° Triangle | Mathematics | Demonstrate the formation of a 30-60-90 triangle. |
Atomic Orbitals, Energy Levels of | Chemistry | Predict the relative energy levels of these atomic orbitals. |
Atomic Orbitals, shapes of | Chemistry | Classification of orbitals according to shapes, sizes and levels. |
Basic folds I | Mathematics | Demonstrate basic folds. |
Basic folds II | Mathematics | Demonstrate basic folds. |
Belt Friction | Engineering Science | Determine the effect of friction on the pulls on a belt over a fixed drum. |
Black Body Radiation | Physics | Determine whether an object's spectrum approximates a blackbody spectrum and estimate the temperature of an object. |
Buoyancy | Physics | Predict whether an object will sink or float. |
Centric Loading | Engineering Science | Determine the average normal stress of a force acting perpendicular to a cross section. |
Colors | Art | Associate colors with different meanings, distinguish the different meanings of color in Philippine culture and recognize color in art works by Filipino artists. |
Color and Spectra | Physics | Given the color of an object, predict its color appearance. |
Conic Sections | Mathematics | Define the regular conic sections in a plane and show how to obtain Cartesian equations of regular conic section in standard position. |
Covalent Bonding | Chemistry | Define covalent bonding, explain how covalent bonds are formed and distinguish between polar
and non-polar bonds. |
Cube Root, extraction | Mathematics | Demonstrate extraction of a cube root. |
Cubic Equation | Mathematics | Solve cubic equations. |
Dark Matter | Physics | Identify formulation of the dark matter hypothesis and compute the central masses of the solar system. |
Demand and Supply Analysis | Economics | Identify quantity demand and distinguish between a change in quantity demanded and a
change in demand. |
Disk Ring Methods of Finding the Volume of Solids of Revolution | Mathematics | Compute the volume of a solid of revolution using the disk method or washer method. |
Dividing A Side of A Square Into n Equal Parts 1 | Mathematics | Demonstrate the division of a slide of a square into equal parts. |
Dividing A Side of A Square Into n Equal Parts 2 | Mathematics | Dividing A Side of A Square Into n Equal Parts 2 |
Dividing a Strip into 3 Equal Parts, 5 Equal Parts | Mathematics | Demonstrate the division of a strip into three and five equal parts. |
DNA Supercoiling | Bio-chemistry | Define Twist, T; Writhe, W; Linking number, L and identify the conditions that cause positive and negative supercoiling. |
Doppler Effect | Physics | Describe Doppler Effect in sound. |
Drake Equation | Physics | Calculate the best guess and low estimates for the number of communicative extraterrestrial civilizations based on the Drake Equation. |
Electric Field Lines | Physics | Identify the direction of the force acting on a change in an electric field represented by field lines and predict the path of a charge particle moving in a region with uniform electric field. |
Entropy | Physics | Calculates the Boltzmann entropy. |
Fermi Questions | Physics | Classify if a given question is a Fermi Question. |
Free-Body Diagram (Many-Body System) | Physics | Identify the forces acting on bodies in a many-body system and to construct the free-body
diagram of the system. |
Free-Body Diagram (One-Body System) | Physics | Identify the forces acting on a body and to draw its free-body diagram. |
Forces, Types of | Physics | Differentiate between contact force and action-at-a-distance force. |
Hemoglobin | Bio-chemistry | A learning object that analyzes the relationship between hemoglobin's three-dimensional structure and its function. |
Heptagon, construction of | Mathematics | Demonstrate the basic construction of a regular heptagon. |
Hybridization | Chemistry | Explain bond angles not predicted by the use of pure atomic orbitals; Identify hybrid orbitals used by atoms in a given molecule |
Impending Motion | Engineering Science | Determine the direction of friction based on the direction of impending slippage. |
Ionic Bonding | Chemistry | Explains the basis of bonding in metals and correlate metallic bonding to the properties of metals. |
Line of Impact | Engineering Science | Define the line of impact. |
Market Supply | Economics | Define supply, supply curve, quantity supplied, and distinguish between change in quantity supplied and change in supply. |
Material Properties | Engineering Science | Differentiate ductile materials from brittle materials |
Measuring Large Distance | Physics | Identify the limitations of the method of parallax and apply the method of parallax to determine the distance of the stars. |
Metallic Bonding | Chemistry | Explain the basis of bonding in metals and correlate metallic bonding to the properties of
metals. |
Moment of a Force | Engineering Science | Determine if a force has a moment about a given axis. |
Newton's Second Law | Engineering Science | Determine the effect of the resultant force and mass on the acceleration of a body. |
Origami Tesselletions | Mathematics | Explain origami tessellations. |
Pentagon, construction of | Mathematics | Demonstrate the basic construction of a regular pentagon. |
Projectile Motion | Engineering Science | Analyze the motion of a particle undergoing projectile motion. |
Quadratic Equation | Mathematics | Solve quadratic equations. |
Reference Frames | Physics | Compare Galilean and Lorentz transformations. |
Retrograde Motion of Planets | Physics | Describe retrograde motion and differentiate the Greek for Copernican models that explain retrograde motion |
Rotation of Axes of a Conic Section | Mathematics | Demonstrate the effect of the rotation of axes on the general second
degree equations of two variables and describe the graphs of the general second degree equations of two variables. |
Sectional Views | Engineering Science | Identify a sectional view based on two given views of an object. |
Square Root, extraction | Mathematics | Demonstrate extraction of a square root. |
Tangent Line, slope of the | Mathematics | Demonstrate the computation of the slope of the tangent line to a curve at a point. |
Tetrahedron, construction of | Mathematics | Demonstrate the basic construction of a regular tetrahedron. |
Triple Integrals in Spherical Coordinates | Mathematics | Compute the volume of a solid using triple integrals in spherical coordinates. |
Trisecting an Angle | Mathematics | Demonstrate how to trisect an angle. |
Valence Bond Theory | Chemistry | Application of valence bond theory to represent a covalent bond |
Vectors and their Projections | Physics | Add vectors analytically and determine the projection of vectors on planes. |
Voice and Diction Online : Articulating your IPA | Speech Communication | Study of the organs used for speech production, phonetics and the International Phonetic alphabet (IPA) |
Voice and Diction:Back Vowels /o/ and / ⊃/ | Speech Communication | Distinguish the sound of back vowels /o/ and / ⊃/ |
Voice & Diction Online: Front High Vowels /i/ and /I/ | Speech Communication | Distinguish the sound of front high vowels /i/ and /I/ |
Voice and Diction Online :Front Mid-vowels /e/ and /∈/ | Speech Communication | Distinguish the sound of /e/ and /∈/ |
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