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MERLOT II


    

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CSU Presidents' Council on Underserved Communities

by Jorge Haynes
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Description:

This collection of free, online teaching and learning materials is a sample of the resources any learner, teacher, mentor, after-school program administrator or volunteer can use to support their students learning STEM.

 

Authorized users only:


1.

PhET - Physics Education Technology at the University of Colorado


Added 08/20/2012

A collection of simulations and virtual labs focusing key priniciples of physices.   The simulations help students see how they can "play" with the principles of physics in a virtual lab.   Two labs that were showcased at the PCUC meeting on August 21, 2012:

1. Learning the basics of potential and kinetic energy and add friction into the mix:  skate-park-basics

2. Projectile Motion with Canons!  Learn about trajectories of flying objects by shooting them out of a virtual canon.-motion

Both of these virtual labs are part of the Physics Collection http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/category/physics

 

2.

The eSkeletons Project


Added 08/20/2012

This free and open website enables teachers and students to compare bones of different primates very easily so they can appreciate the differences and similarities across the different primate species.

 

3.

Algebra2go: An Online Supplemental Instruction Tool Array


Added 08/20/2012

This free and open website provides a list of videos with support materials, notes, and self-tests, covering a wide range of pre-algebra and algebra concepts.   The vidoes go though a number of problems that let students practice.

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