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A Learning Exercise for Distance in Space

Students will be divided into five groups. Each group will be given three pictures of space objects. As a group they will... see more
Author: Katherine Vazquez
Date added: Jun 28, 2006 Last modified: Jun 30, 2006
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Type of Task: Student-centered, Team

A Learning Exercise for Vision Learning-Chemical Reactions

Students will use Gum Drops (atoms) and toothpick (chemical bonds) to carry out a chemical reaction.
Author: Katherine Vazquez
Date added: Nov 16, 2005 Last modified: Nov 16, 2005
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Type of Task: Student-centered, Team

A Learning Exercise for Introduction to Genetics

This hands-on activity requires very little preparation or materials but provides a clear and meaningful way to demonstrate... see more
Author: Katherine Vazquez
Date added: Jun 30, 2005 Last modified: Jun 30, 2005
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Student-centered, Team

A Learning Exercise for Refraction and the Ray Model of Light

A worksheet activity. After students use the physics tutorial, they will work individually on the activity provided by the... see more
Author: Katherine Vazquez
Date added: Jun 30, 2005 Last modified: Jun 30, 2005
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Individual, Student-centered, Supplemental activity, Unsupervised

A Learning Exercise for Introduction to Genetics

Students will work in groups to examine their own bodies for the presence of Mendelian traits.They will Classify themselves... see more
Author: Katherine Vazquez
Date added: Jun 29, 2005 Last modified: Jun 30, 2005
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Student-centered, Team
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