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Modeling Energy Dynamics in Everyday Life

Modeling Energy Dynamics in Everyday Life

This course, created by Kathleen Perillo and Bill Monroe of Clark College, combines environmental science and math in a project-based, group-oriented class. Interpretation and analysis of graphs and models are implemented while exploring topics such as energy consumption and conservation. This website provides examples of mathematically based labs dealing with environmental issues, as well as worksheets to further solidify concepts. This is a great resource for educators who are looking to �go green� in the classroom.


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