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4434Homework and Study Help
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Review notes over concepts. Videos as well.MSTE Curriculum Modules - Math, Science & Technology
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This site contains a collection of fully developed high school curriculum modules that use the Internet in significant ways. There are currently 15 modules in Mathematics and 6 modules in Science; also, there are approximately two dozen additional modules that have been created by instructors and/or Education students.The learning modules here are web-based, technology intensive lessons focusing on mathematics and science in an applied context. They have been developed for teachers, by teachers, aligned with the Illinois State Learning Standards and the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Standards. Some of the lessons are designed to last over several days, some only for a class period.MSTE Lessons - Math, Science & Technology
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The MSTE lessons site contains a collection of excellent high school/lower college division math lessons (and a limited number of science lessons) that use the Internet in significant ways. The lessons have been developed with descriptions of the problem, connections to standards, examples of use, references, and more. Java source codes are often available. The Office for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education (MSTE) is a division of the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.Introduction to Differential Equations
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This lesson received an honorable mention for the 2011 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge.'Differential equations show up in many areas of science and technology. In fact, they turn up any time there is a relation involving some continuously varying quantities and ther rates of change. We have actually dealt with differntial equations before. A common modeling problem involving differential equations is the determination of the velocity of a ball falling which has an acceleration which is the acceleration due to gravity minus the acceleration due to air resistance. This is a differential equation because the derivative of the velocity of the ball depends on the velocity, thus finding the velocity as a function of time involves.' solving a differential equation.'In this section we willExamine the basic form of differential equationsVerify solutions to differential equationsDetermine slope fields for differential equationsFind solutions to differential equations numerically using Euler's methodFind solutions to differential equations using seperation of variables.'Wolfram Demonstrations Project
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The Wolfram Demonstrations Project is an open-code resource that uses dynamic computation to illuminate concepts in science, technology, mathematics, art, finance, and a remarkable range of other fields. Its daily-growing collection of interactive illustrations is created by Mathematica users from around the world, who participate by contributing innovative Demonstrations. The free Mathematica Player is required to view the demmonstrations.MSTE Math Applets
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A collection of applets that cover a wide range of math topics. Most contain downloadable source code.Educational Online Games
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This is an excellent website offering not only educational online games but also shared online activities, quizzes, tools for quiz creations, class web pages, online roster, grade book, surveys, etc. It also provides templates for creating different types of online activities such as hangman, jumbled words, ordered list, pop-ups, rags to riches (a quiz-show style trivia game), scavenger hunt, flashcards, matching, etc. It's a fee-based educational online service. It also offers a free 30-day trial. It covers more than 150 categories for learners of all ages from elementary through college students. The categories include languages, math, science, biology, physics, chemistry, genetics, astronomy, medicine, technology, economics, history, etc. Results and feedbacks are provided immediately right after the games or activities are over. It's fun and motivating.Electronic Journals Library
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University Library of Regensburg offers the "Electronic Journals Library," which contains over 25,000 titles, of which over 10,500 journals can be read free-of-charge. There are journal articles in the following areas: Agriculture, Archeaology, Civil engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Art, Computer Science, Education, Economics, History, Mathematics, Media, Medicine, Linguistics, Philosophy, Sociology, Science,Technology and many more. For more information about Electronic Journals Library see: http://rzblx1.uni-regensburg.de/ezeit/index.phtml?bibid=AAAAA&colors=7&lang=en.Exploriments
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Exploriments are simulation-based interactive learning units for enhancing conceptual understanding in Science and Math in an experiential manner. Useful for teachers and students alike, Exploriments provide a highly interactive, exploratory, and engaging experience.Exploriments repository contains more than 400 interactive simulations, more than 100 of which are free to access.Some important topics covered are:Physics: Electricity, Electrostatics, Weight & Mass, Motion, Friction, Momentum, Moments, Simple Machines, Gravitation, Oscillation, Pendulum, Spring, Pressure, Fluids, Light, Heat, Vernier Caliper, Screw Gauge, VectorsChemistry: Understanding Chemical Formulae, How Atoms form Compounds, Make your own Compound, Understanding Basics of Valency, Understanding Atomic Weight, Understanding Molecular Weight, Calculating Molecular Weight.Mathematics: Ascending & Descending, Variables, Equations, Word Algebra, Word Arithmetic, Numbers and Words, Number Base, Puzzles, GraphsHow Stuff Works
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General Site that covers many disciplines. Includes Money and Banking, Automotive, Science and Technology, Social Sciences and more.