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Publisher: NASA Engineering Design Challenge
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This instructional unit challenges students to build a model thrust structure that is as light as possible, yet strong enough to withstand the load of a “launch-to-orbit” three…
  
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Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
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This interactive science module introduces students to the basic structure of matter, including atoms, ions, elements, and molecules. Animations and simulations help learners to…
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Nuffield Curriculum Centre
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This is a set of nine experiments that introduce students to the concept of density and provide practice in measuring it. Many students have difficulty understanding density as a…
  
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M. Hebrank; Publisher: Integrated Teaching and Learning Program: Teach Engineering
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This inquiry-based curricular unit introduces middle school students to the concept of density through five hands-on experiments. In Activity 1, they handle five identical boxes,…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This web page from the Exploratorium museum helps students understand the difference between mass and weight. Enter an "Earth weight", and the site automatically calculates your…
  
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This web page features a set of animations that support topics typically covered in preparatory chemistry. Learners can explore the structure of matter, properties of elements,…
  
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This animated tutorial explores a useful model for the structure of matter based on simplified kinetic molecular theory. It is designed to help novice learners visualize the…
  
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This resource is a 45-page PowerPoint presentation on the structure of matter, developed for introductory chemistry teachers and learners. It uses atomic models to help novice…
  
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P. Galvan and J. Kessler; Publisher: American Chemical Society
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This multimedia lesson by the American Chemical Society helps students understand that gases are matter with measurable mass, a topic of frequent misconception in the middle grades.…
  
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P. Galvan and J. Kessler; Publisher: American Chemical Society
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This multimedia lesson by the American Chemical Society explores how heating and cooling affect the motion of atoms in a solid. The inquiry-based lesson is supplemented by four…
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