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eGFI: For Teachers
Screenshot While eGFI may sound like a curious acronym, it is actually quite straightforward: "Engineering, Go For It!" The site is designed for teachers and maintained by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). The materials here are divided into six primary sections, including Class Activities, Web Resources, Lesson Plans, and Features. This last area is a real pip, including updates on everything from aerospace's application in the field of yacht design to Plagiarism Education Week. The Web Resources area brings together updates about useful new sites such as Daily Science News and a clutch of links on Earth Day. Of course, visitors won't want to miss the Lesson Plans area. Here they...
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Ancient Asia: Journal of the...
The open-access journal Ancient Asia, published by Ubiquity Press, is the official publication of the Society of South Asian Archaeology. In addition to...
Plants and Pipettes Podcast
Readers curious about the world of scientific research, particularly molecular plant biology, may want to check out Plants and Pipettes. First launched in...
TeachEngineering: Trebuchet Design...
STEM teachers looking for a hands-on unit to pique their students' interest in engineering may want to check out this activity available through...
Climate Feedback
Media attention to climate change has been increasing over the past several years, but not all articles on the subject are entirely accurate, and it can...
TeachEngineering: The Science and...
TeachEngineering offers a robust library of K-12 STEM teaching materials that align with Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core Math Standards. In...

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