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eGFI: For Teachers
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Screenshot While eGFI may sound like a curious acronym, it is actually quite straightforward: "Engineering, Go For It!" The site is designed for teachers and maintained by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). The materials here are divided into six primary sections, including Class Activities, Web Resources, Lesson Plans, and Features. This last area is a real pip, including updates on everything from aerospace's application in the field of yacht design to Plagiarism Education Week. The Web Resources area brings together updates about useful new sites such as Daily Science News and a clutch of links on Earth Day. Of course, visitors won't want to miss the Lesson Plans area. Here they...
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Binary, Pixels, And Data, Oh My!...
Computer and smartphone use has practically become ubiquitous in the everyday lives of most students, but how do computers actually store all those homework...
SciShow Space
From the folks behind the popular YouTube channel SciShow (featured in the 8-29-2014 Scout Report) comes SciShow Space, an educational and entertaining video...
Sponsoring Consortium for Open...
Researchers, students, readers with an interest in particle physics, and librarians may appreciate the work of the Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access...
Science Comics: A Creative Gateway...
Elementary-level science teachers who would like to incorporate art as a means of engaging their students in STEM topics may want to check out this lesson plan...
CondorKids
North America's largest bird, the California condor, came perilously close to extinction in the early 1980s when their total population numbered only 22...



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The AMSER Quarterly was recently featured on Maria Anderson's Teaching College Math blog. Maria Anderson is a math instructor at Muskegon Community College, to read her math blog as well as her contribution to the Quarterly click here. For more issues of the AMSER Quarterly click here.


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