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eSyst: Tools for Electronics Education
This project is developing the concept that technician education in electronics should be systems-based rather than component-based. It is developing curriculum that reflects this change in the way technicians interact with electronics. The project is: 1. Revising curricular materials and six courses, creating new materials for instructors, developing new materials for student learning and enrichment, and providing guidance for faculty to use the emerging systems view of electronics; 2. Developing a complete web-based delivery system for faculty and students for the resources associated with the Systems View for Electronics Technology; 3. Increasing enrollments in electronics technology...
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Pelicans on Gunnison Island
This lesson from the STEM Action Center - Utah explores interactions between a population of American white pelicans and the environment during the spring and...
Backyard Organisms Lesson
This activity, from the STEM Action Center - Utah, challenges students to spend some time outside thinking about and observing organisms in their backyards. The...
Evolution of Earth
This activity, from the STEM Action Center - Utah, teaches students about the evolution of Earth. The activity is intended for 3rd through 5th grades and...
Smoke in a Bottle Lesson
This lesson plan from the STEM Action Center - Utah covers incomplete vs. complete combustion and is intended for sixth through 9th graders. During the lesson,...
Energy at Your School Lesson
This lesson plan from Breathe Utah and the STEM Action Center - Utah covers heat energy transfer and is intended for sixth graders. During the lesson, students...

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The AMSER Quarterly was recently featured on Maria Anderson's Teaching College Math blog. Maria Anderson is a math instructor at Muskegon Community College, to read her math blog as well as her contribution to the Quarterly click here. For more issues of the AMSER Quarterly click here.

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