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View Resource Collaborative Decision Making

In this product, students engage in processes/activities for collaboration and communication strategies. Students compare risks of courses of action confronting NASA's Deep Impact mission team. Students investigate information necessary to support arguments, quantitative risk analyses, debate, role play, persuasive writing/communication skills and group decision making procedures. This activity...

View Resource Cybersafety, Cyberethics and Cybersecurity (C3) for Educators: Ethical and Legal Implications for Classroom Technology

From the University of Maryland, this page presents materials from the course Cybersafety, Cyberethics and Cybersecurity (C3) for Educators: Ethical and Legal Implications for Classroom Technology. Taught by Davina Pruitt-Mentle for graduate and undergraduate students alike, this course "addresses several of the major ethical and policy issues that are changing the way educators think about new...

View Resource Physicists on the Money

This site, authored by Edward F. Redish of the University of Marlyand, contains a collection of images of currency with faces of physicists from all around the world. Some of these famous scientists include: Abu Nasr Al-Farabi (870-950), Kristian Birkeland (1867-1917), Niels Bohr (1885-1962), Ruggero Boscovich (1711-1787), Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), Marie and Pierre Curie (1867-1934;...

View Resource University of Maryland Physics Lecture Demonstration Facility

This web site contains resources and information about physics demonstrations. Descriptions and pictures of the demonstrations, links to general physics resources for faculty, students, and the general public, and a physics "Question of the week". Information about Physics Olympics events and resources for physics science fair projects are also available.

View Resource University of Maryland: Lecture 21-Pollination

This site contains notes from a lecture on pollination that is part of a Plant Biology course at the University of Maryland. The lecture covers topics like sexual reproduction & evolution, pollination & fertilization, types of pollinators, and some reasons behind animal pollination behavior. The lecture also contains links to images for many of the examples.

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