Goals for Going Green
This resource, created by Sherry Messina Dewald of Red Rocks Community College, will invite students to consider the decline in bee population in countries around the world. Students will read the article “Defining Goals and Conditions for a Sustainable World” by John Cairns as well as the text Looking Out Looking In by Adler and Proctor outside of class as a background in communication, sustainability, and goals. They then choose a goal and think about how to apply it in their daily lives. The activity requires three to six hours to complete - one to two hours of lecture and discussion in class and two to four hours outside of class. This three page pdf document contains directions for the...
California's Energy Future: The...
In this two year study funded by the California Energy Commission and S.D. Bechtel, a committee of individuals from major energy research institutions in...
Created by David Hestenes of Arizona State University's modeling instruction and software development research, this site is an approach to reform of curriculum...
This resource contains syllabi developed by Lewis and Clark Community College to modify National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified...
At-sea education program combines classroom study with shipboard science studies in Puget Sound, Washington. Offers spring programs for schools and home...
Webmath, from Discovery Education, provides help for mathematics students. Categories include general mathematics, K-8 math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry and...
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