Presented by HippoCampus, a project of the Monterey Institute for Technology and Education, this free online course follows up on a previous course, Algebra 1A, which "develops algebraic fluency by providing students...
This site from the University of Oregon?s Physics Department provides a description of Olbers? Paradox which asks why the night sky is dark. The site presents diagrams and an explanation for why a static infinite uni...
This site from Paper Plate Education provides an activity using only a globe and plastic cup to determine the position on the earth where the sun appears directly overhead. Plotting this point on several days...
This website from the American Museum of Natural History provides a description of Olbers? Paradox which poses the question of why the sky is dark at night. The site presents an explanation for why a bright night sky w...
Turbulent Landscapes is a traveling exhibition (exhibits can be viewed on this webpage) from the Exploratorium that illustrates complexity and patterns in nature. This site displays the artwork and artists involved,...
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