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Screenshot The chemistry education resources that the American Chemical Society has placed on its website are quite impressive, and are a must see for teachers, motivated students, and even parents. Visitors will find "Classroom Resources" that range from "Elementary/Middle School" to "Two-Year Colleges" to "Graduate Education," near the top of the homepage. Also included on the Education Resources page are the categories of "Exams, Assessments, Study Aids," "Professional and Program Development," and "Student Programs." The latter category offers some "Games" with fun names in the Elementary and Middle School section. There is "Avogadro's Element Hunt," where students help Avogadro, a mole with...
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Etch Processes for Microsystems -...
This YouTube video, created by Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME), provides an introduction to etch processes used in microsystems. The...
Systems of Two Equations:...
This is the second topic in the Systems of Two Equations section of the series of lessons on math provided by DeafTEC. Gary Blatto-Vallee, a math and science...
English Resources
In this section, DeafTEC provides a series of teaching resources on English, rhetoric, and writing. Specifically, the Writing in the Disciplines (WID)...
Renewable Energy Projects for the... PDF
This 72 page pdf from Illinois Valley Community College contains a variety of activities related to renewable energy. They were "developed by middle...
Coordinates
In this activity, developed by the Lane Community College Geo-STAC program?, students "understand geographic location (absolute and relative) using an i...



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