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This assignment uses a computer simulation of fruit fly genetics to have students design and interpret monohybrid crosses... see more

An interactive lecture that uses flash animations showing the researcher and their experiments that were used to develop... see more

This assignment uses a computer simulation of fruit fly genetics to have students design and interpret monohybrid crosses... see more

In the early 1600’s, the Tokugawa Shogunate emerged, bringing a period stability and enlightenment to Japan for about 300... see more

An activity that asks students to take an online test assessing their level of bias toward African Americans and to... see more

An assignment to help students assess and reflect on their impact on the planet. Course: Soc 200, Soc 202, Soc 268 see more

The Middle Ages covers almost one thousand years of history. This site focuses on famous people of the period, warfare... see more

Provides a variety of resources to learn about aspect of Ancient Egyyptian Civilization. Course: Western Civilization see more

Practice in using a variety of supplemental activities (contests, art projects, video productions, etc.) to reinforce... see more

Outline of the "ionizing the classroom" process used in "Classroom Full of Stars" Course: SEED 415 see more

Theater games for reviewing key Enlightenment ideas. Designed by social studies methods student Chris Pirlet for the AP... see more

Review game used before an assessment on the Enlightenment. Course: Advanced Placement European History see more

Adaptation of the "History News" game on the Gluing Students to Their Seats" site. Course: History 413 see more

Adaptation of "Classroom full of Stars" web site to History 121 review session. Course: History 121 see more

In a freshmen composition class, understanding the power of memoir for furthering a cause and revealing an individual is... see more

The Cold War dominated world politics from the end of World War II until the fall of Communism began with the tearing... see more

This site offers introductory principles of weather forecasting and prediction. Course: Earth Science: Meteorology see more

For this application, students are to visit web sites related to the topic of children and violence and write an essay... see more

For this assignment, students are asked to write an essay in which they present an argument about whether or not children... see more

The students will construct a concept map which indicates the most important elements of evolution. They should include,... see more

A lesson that focuses on the Autonomic Nervous System and includes sympathetic and parasympathetic processes of the body.... see more

A problem set developed by the National Human Genome Research Institute for high school students, but at a level... see more

This site allows students to read about the five methods of doing social psychology research, provides interesting... see more