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Is Your Coffin Worth It?
This resource, created by Amy Buckingham and Sally Stablein of Red Rocks Community College, asks students to study "green" funerals on the internet and with a visit to a funeral home. At the end of the lesson, each student will "form their opinion and idea regarding what should become of their body after death." The lessons require three hours of class time and two hours outside of class. This three page pdf document contains directions for the instructor, student outcomes, and assessment guidelines.
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Occupational Hygiene Principles
This resource from the Midwest Regional Center for Nanotechnology Education (NANO-LINK) is one of a series that introduces students to the the forces and...
Memory Metal
This resource from the Midwest Regional Center for Nanotechnology Education (NANO-LINK) is one of a series that introduces students to the the forces and...
Additive Manufacturing: Standard... PDF
This classroom module will give students "an introduction to the terminology used when using the coordinate system and testing methodologies for additive...
Viscosity of Household Fluids PDF
This classroom module will help students understand the process of viscosity testing and the behaviors of fluids though experiments with household materials....
Plant Parts: Roots, Stems, Leaves,...
This activity, from Hagerstown Community College, introduces students to plant parts with the use of a microscope or magiscope. The lesson can be tailored to...



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