The history of science is chock-full of fascinating stories and getting young people involved in this vast panorama of discovery and innovation can be quite easy with some of these resources. Created by the National...
This is a unique website includes material not found in textbooks and provides a balanced viewpoint on relevant properties and characteristics of biosensors. The paper touches on the milestones in the history of...
This lesson focuses on relative versus absolute velocity. Students can use a program to calculate the different types of velocities for different points along plate boundaries. A very brief description of the earth's...
After a teacher led discussion (some background provided), students will break into groups and recreate global maps at four different points in earth's history. By completing this exploration activity, the learner will:...
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