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Two-Variable Linear Equations and...
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This resource, developed by Khan Academy, allows students to test their math skills by answering questions concerning linear equations that are "more than abstract concepts and exercises." This problem set within the "Two-Variable Linear Equations and Introduction to Functions" section allows students to practice representations of linear equations and their x- and y-intercepts to build an intuitive understanding of how equations look and behave in graph form. Within the resource, students can receive hints on how to solve equations, watch YouTube videos that provide assistance, and use a scratch pad to sketch out their thoughts. Khan Academy, founded in 2006, "offers practice exercises,...
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The College of Engineering at the...
It is never too early to introduce engineering concepts into educational settings, and with these great outreach materials from the University of Utah's...
Space Station Explorers
In collaboration with several partner organizations, including the International Space Station (ISS) National Lab, Space Station Explorers collects the best...
She Can STEM
By "giv[ing] visibility to women currently leading the world of STEM," She Can STEM hopes to inspire girls to recognize their potential within STEM fields. The...
STEM Everyday Podcast
Since its launch six years ago, the STEM Everyday podcast has produced nearly 200 episodes packed full of useful resources for STEM educators. Hosted by Chris...
Cade at Home
The Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention (located in Gainesville, Florida), was recognized as Gainesville's 2019 Best Museum, and readers who browse through...



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