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Publisher: Howard Hughes Medical Institute
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This is a link to a collection of 50+ resources on DNA and RNA structure, developed by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Choose from videos, interactives, and 9 classroom…
Energy in a Magnetic Field  [ Report ]
  
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This lesson for high school physics introduces the concept of energy in magnetic fields through use of a phone app and NASA video and image sets. Students use the magnetometer in the…
  
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Publisher: Integrated Teaching and Learning Program: Teach Engineering
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This 3-part lesson package for Grades 10-12 school integrates math and physics as students perform an experiment to measure the relative intensity of a magnetic field as a function…
  
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This free computer game created by the Space Science Institute displays a "golf course" as a magnetic field and the golf ball as a proton. These charged particles interact with the…
  
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This page contains seven in-depth explorations of magnetism, magnetic fields on Earth and the sun, solar wind, auroras, and solar flares. Three lessons are for middle school; four…
  
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This high school lesson module features four turn-key activities to promote understanding of magnetic fields on the Sun, the relationship between sunspots and solar flares, magnetic…
  
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R. Felder and R. Brent; Publisher: Jossey-Bass- A Wiley Imprint
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Educational research has repeatedly shown that compared to traditional teacher-centered instruction, certain learner-centered methods lead to improved learning outcomes, greater…
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T. Nokes-Malach, J. Richey, and S. Gadgil, Educ. Psychol. Rev, 27 (4), 645-656 (2015).
Although collaboration is often considered a beneficial learning strategy, research examining the claim suggests a much more complex picture. Critically, the question is not whether…
  
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N. Podolefsky, E. Moore, and K. Perkins
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This free-access report by the PhET simulation team discusses foundations of tool-mediated learning, tool design, and human computer interaction to develop a framework for implicit…
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C. Wieman, W. Adams, T. Loeblein, and K. Perkins, Phys. Teach., 48 (4), 225-227 (2010).
PhET Interactive Simulations (sims) are now being widely used in teaching physics and chemistry. Sims can be used in many different educational settings, including lecture,…
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