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The Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) has developed this online project to allow students around the world to compare the organisms found in water samples they collect from local ponds. This year's project will run from March 15 - June 1. Classes will develop a hypothesis, collect data to be shared with other participants, analyze the shared data, and complete a final...

View Resource Building and Using Weather Instruments

This website, created by the Center for Improving Engineering and Science Education (CIESE), provides a classroom activity to educate users on how to build and use weather instruments. By the end of the group project, students should know all about wind vanes, rain gauges, anemometers, and thermometers. Objectives, an overview, materials needed, time, teacher preparation, directions, and...

View Resource Real World Learning Objects Resource Library

The Real World Learning Objects (RWLO) Resource Library is "an online repository of Internet-based unique and compelling learning objects designed so that community college faculty can easily access and adapt for use in their classes." The RWLO Library provides core instructional internet-based activities focused on topics in higher education mathematics, science, educational technology, and...

View Resource Using Underwater Robotics in the Engineering Classroom

Underwater robotics projects offer an excellent medium for discovery based engineering and science learning. The challenge of building underwater robotic vehicles and manipulators engages and stimulates students while encompassing a broad spectrum of engineering disciplines and scientific concepts. This paper describes an ongoing effort, at Stevens Institute of Technology, to incorporate such...

View Resource Collecting Weather Data and Keeping a Weather Log

In this lesson, students make daily observations of temperature, sky conditions, wind speed and direction, and precipitation type and amount, and record their observations in a log book. They will also compare their observations to those from online sources and analyze their data for class discussion. Follow-up and extension activities are also included.

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