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View Resource Earning College Credit in High School

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. This episode of ATETV discusses dual enrollment: taking college courses while still in high school. This way, students can gain credit towards their high school diploma and valuable college credits at the same time. This creates career pathways for students who are still in high school, and students...

View Resource Resources in Science and Engineering Education

This site is the homepage of professor Richard Felder of North Carolina State University. It includes a compilation of his papers on effective teaching in chemical education. The webpage also includes student handouts, a section for a stoichiometry course, excel and Maple tutorials and information on active, cooperative and inductive teaching and learning.

View Resource Cooperative Learning Center at The University of Minnesota

This webpage by Roger Johnson and David Johnson, two of the leaders in the cooperative learning movement, is an invaluable resource on this learning method. This site defines cooperative learning and provides information on all aspects of the technique from methodology to assessment and includes referencing documenting the efficacy of the technique. The page should be a useful resource for...

View Resource The Effect of Introducing Computers into Introductory Physics Problem-Solving Laboratories

This doctoral thesis dissertation from the University of Minnesota studied the effects of the computer instruction in the physics classroom. This study examined the effects of introducing a computerized data-acquisition and analysis tool into this pedagogy as a problem-solving tool for students to use in laboratory. Possible interactions with gender were also examined. Overall, the differences...

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