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View Resource Magic Squares

This website focuses on ?magic squares? and their mathematical significance. Magic squares received their name because there are so many relationships between the sums of the numbers filling the squares. Students can use this site to explore what those relationships are, and instructors will find many ideas and teaching tools in this rich resource. Visitors can learn about the history and dev...

View Resource The Golden Crown

This site from Drexel University, offers an explanation of how density and water displacement aimed to solve the mystery of the Golden Crown.

View Resource Nano-Enlightenment

This Nanotechnology Undergraduate Education (NUE) program entitled, "Nano-Enlightenment," at Drexel University Electrical and Computer Engineering Department will develop thematic groups of multi-week modules to be 'embedded within' Drexel's interdisciplinary set of freshman and sophomore courses. The themes will be nano-oriented, each theme spanning multiple courses within a given academic...

View Resource Build the Relationship: Building a Relationship with a Patient

A component of doc.com module 6, this annotated video resource presents Dr. Julian Bird using techniques including attentiveness, reflection, empathy, respect, and partnership to build a relationship with a patient. As in any clinical interview you will see relationship building being done in conjunction with history taking and other interview tasks. Requires the free QuickTime 7 Player Plug-in.

View Resource Math Forum: Elementary Problems Library

The well known Math Forum (formerly from Swarthmore College), has meta-pages specifically for elementary school math teachers. One of the highlights of the Problems and Activities section is Ruth Carver's elementary problem of the week, with an interactive problem and solution archive back to the fall of 1995.

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