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Talking Numbers: How Statistics Tell us Society's Story
Instructors at the Pensacola Junior College use this course to explain how social scientists use statistics to understand and explain theoretical concepts. Sociologists provide a cultural context for data and then...
Understanding Teenage Smokers
This course was designed by Cinnamon Hillyard and Pete Nye at the University of Washington ? Bothell. The course uses mathematical concepts to explain why teenagers smoke. Here, Mathematical concepts are put into an e...
The American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) has compiled a collection of mathematics resources related to various subjects and disciplines. ?Math Across the Community College Curriculum? is the...
Modeling Energy Dynamics in Everyday Life
This course, created by Kathleen Perillo and Bill Monroe of Clark College, combines environmental science and math in a project-based, group-oriented class. Interpretation and analysis of graphs and models are...
Rivers of Identity: The Nature of Being Human
Seattle Central Community College offers this course on the biodiversity of the Pacific Northwest. The course aims to help students understand how environmental justice affects their lives, cultural communities, and...
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