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View Resource National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science

Although the case method has been used for years to teach law, business, and medicine, it is not common in science. Yet the use of case studies holds great promise as a pedagogical technique for teaching science, particularly to undergraduates, because it humanizes science and well illustrates scientific methodology and values. It develops students' skills in group learning, speaking, and...

View Resource Formation of a PN Junction Diode and its Band Diagram

This webpage includes an animation of a formation of a PN Junction Diode and its Band Diagram. This interactive applet is a good way to help students see the relationship.

View Resource National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science

Do energy drinks "give you wings", as is claimed by a popular energy drink advertisement? That's one of the featured case studies on this National Science Foundation-supported website hosted by the University at Buffalo. Using case studies is relatively new to science education, as compared to their extensive history of use in medicine, law, and business education. Visitors interested in finding...

View Resource Light Emitting Diode (LED) Simulation

This interactive website from the State University of New York at Buffalo provides a Light Emitting Diode (LED) Simulation. Users may select different factors and view the resulting outputs.

View Resource Sci-Philately: A Selective History of Science on Stamps

This site provided by the University at Buffalo provides a visual history of science through the use of hundreds of postage stamps. The site includes topics such as astronomy and cosmology, chemistry, modern physics, the Nobel prizes, and more. Each topic contains a selection of images of stamps along with historical information about the person or discovery depicted on the stamp.

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