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View Resource Organic Chemistry and Your Cellphone

The National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science releases new and helpful teaching materials on a regular basis. This recent addition to the Center's great resources deals with organic chemistry and cellphones. Crafted by Courtney Meyet and Richard Hooley of the University of California, Riverside, this case study guides students "through a systematic exploration of the synthesis and...

View Resource Effects of the Sun on our Planet

Students experiment with plants, light, heat, and water evaporation. They experiment with solar cells to design a simple solar cooker, create a "solar-powered" method to perform a routine task, or build a parabolic solar collector. They explore radio signals during daytime and nighttime. Older students construct an ionosphere monitor to track solar storms and other changes in the ionosphere.

View Resource AP Central: AP Biology Course Home Page

For students and educators seeking to learn more about the world of biology, this website is the perfect resource. Created by the College Board, this site contains information designed to help individuals prepare for the AP Biology examination. The resources here include a guide to conducting investigative labs in the classroom, an overview of quantitative skills, and several other preparatory...

View Resource Ethanol - No Fossils in this Fuel

In this short module by General Motors middle school students are introduced to ethanol (E85), ethanol production, flex-fuel technologies, and ethanol emissions. Included in the module are a student activity sheet, experiment (students make ethanol), observation sheet, and vocabulary reference sheet.

View Resource Module 1: Ag Energy Basics

Eastern Iowa Community College provides this learning module to teach students about American agriculture, food prices, farmer cost, the benefits of energy conservation, and a number of other topics related to agricultural energy. Users can download a zip file in which they will find a syllabus, student handouts, a quiz, a final exam, and 73 slide PowerPoint presentation.

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