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What Does the NAEP Science Assessment Measure?
This article provides details on the NAEP Science Assessment. NAEP measures the science knowledge and skills of fourth-, eighth-, and twelfth-grade students. The assessment was developed by the National Assessment...
Build a Solar Oven
This resource, from the Pembina Institute, is part of a collection of hands-on projects on the topic of renewable energy. The page provides turn-key directions for a project to build a solar oven in secondary...
The Energy of a Bouncing Ball
This item is a lesson plan for beginning high school physics and/or physical science. Students investigate energy transfer by placing a ping-pong ball on top of a racquetball and dropping them together. Upon impact,...
Origins: The Heart of the Matter
This is an interactive website exploring the history, people, and landscape of CERN, home of the world's largest particle accelerator. The site examines the scientific and cultural ideas that have emerged from the...
Tectonic Plate Movements and Hotspots
This lesson introduces the idea that rates and directions of plate movements can be measured. The discussion centers on the use of mantle 'hotspots' to determine plate motions. Examples include the Hawaiian Islands, the...
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