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How Catalysts Work
This demonstration, presented by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, exposes students to the functionality of catalysts on a nanoscale. This lesson is "a great way to introduce or review reactants, catalysts, and adsorption, desorption, and diffusion. Use this demonstration after the Surface Area-to-Volume Ratio of Nanoparticles lab." A Teacher Preparation Guide, Student Guides, and Next Generation Manufacturing Standards for this lesson are included. 
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Geospatial Web Applications
GeoTech Center presents a series of model courses on GIS, spatial technologies, and related subjects. This eighth course introduces "the design,...
Math Videos Captioned and Signed...
This is the twenty-third video in the series of lessons on math provided by DeafTEC. Gary Blatto-Vallee, a math and science instructor at the National...
Automated Warehouse Simulation
The National Center for Supply Chain Technology Education provides this interactive warehouse simulation tool for students. The viewer is able to move through...
Critical Thinking Activity and Tips
This page from HURI SURI includes two documents related to teaching critical thinking skills. The HURI SURI project is developing a regional biotechnology...
Physical Science Reference Sheets
This reference sheet, presented by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network provides a valuable physical science reference sheet for high school...



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