"Do You Know How Lucky You Are?" by Robert H. Frank
14 Jun 2016
This brief article (link below) by Cornell management and economics professor Robert H. Frank in the April 22, 2016 Chronical Review is about the role of chance and luck in our professional and personal lives. Frank writes about events that took place early in his academic career that put...
"Does it Pour Out?" Activity
01 Apr 2016 | Contributor(s): Alex Madsen
Activity comparing electromagnetic and gravitational forces.
2012 Summer Institute Week 1 Reflection
14 Jun 2012 | Contributor(s): James Daniel Lehman, Brenda Capobianco, Dana Nicole Ruggiero
Complete this reflection prior to Friday's SLEDhub workshop.
300-360 Cisco CCNP Wireless Exam Questions
19 Dec 2018 | Contributor(s): jhon Mickel
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AAC&U 2015 STEM Conference Workshop 4 -- Transforming Institutions: 21st-Century Undergraduate STEM Education
18 Nov 2015 | Contributor(s): James Daniel Lehman, James Daniel Lehman, James Daniel Lehman, James Daniel Lehman
This material was presented at pre-conference workshop 4 on November 12, 2015, at the 2015 AAC&U Crossing Boundaries: Transforming STEM Education Conference in Seattle, Washington. The workshop, entitled Transforming Institutions: 21st-Century Undergraduate STEM Education, was conducted by James...
Advisory Board Agenda for 5-12-2011
12 May 2011 | Contributor(s): James Daniel Lehman, Brenda Capobianco, Chell Nyquist
Agenda for advisory board meeting of May 12, 2011.
Advisory Board PowerPoint for 5-12-2011
12 May 2011 | Contributor(s): Brenda Capobianco, James Daniel Lehman, Chell Nyquist
PowerPoint slides for the advisory board meeting of May 12, 2011.
Algebra Homework Help
08 May 2014 | Contributor(s): Janifar Soloman
There are lots of students who often fear or ignore going to school, and one of the prime reason behind this is not being able to complete their homework on time owing to various reasons. “THEALGEBRAHOMEWORKHELP.com” can be a boon to such students. It offers help to students in major school...
ALSPiSE Antioxidant Module
28 Mar 2012 | Series
This module investigates the level of antioxidants in foods and examines how these levels are affected by treatments including heating, drying, and digestion. In this module students will first learn different techniques of measuring antioxidant content that are currently used in practicing...
Animal Physiology: Size and Surface Area in Animal Physiology
06 Mar 2012 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Nancy Pelaez, Harmony Dalgleish
The major goals of the module are for students to a) be exposed to the overwhelming importance of size in an animal's life; b) understand the relationships between surface area, volume, and size; and c) see how the relationship between surface area and its volume is fundamental to the operation...
Applications of Lego Modeling to Advanced Biology
18 Sep 2013 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Suzanne Cunningham
This one hour video presentation given by Suzanne Cunningham. In the video she demonstrates applications of lego modeling to advanced high school biology. It was presented to the Research Goes to School Summer 2013 participants. Be sure to look at the supporting documents to see a copy of the...
15 Aug 2016 | Notes | Contributor(s): Linda Vanasupa, Lizabeth Thompson Schlemer, Fatma Mili, Wilella Burgess, Michael Canning, Roger Burton, Lisa McNair, Kylie Hensley, Becky Bates, Alan Cheville
This document contains images of the wall of aspirations that we created for ourselves. Here is an overview of our aspirations, grouped in several like categories, Emergence, Deep Knowing, "Strength to Sit With It all", Loving Community and Action in the...
Assessment on Student Learning Design: Concurrent Think-aloud Protocols
23 May 2012 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Todd Richard Kelley
The current trend in K-12 STEM education is to implement engineering design-based instruction as a pedagogical approach to teaching STEM concepts. Specific evidence of this trend the movement of over fifteen states beginning to implement engineering and technology focused standards at the K-8...
Bio-Inspired Paper Flowers
03 Jun 2014 | Lesson Plans | Contributor(s): Bryan Hubbard, James Daniel Lehman
This grade 3 lesson introduces students to the basic structures of plants and their functions. Students are challenged to create paper flowers that turn colors through processes that mimics how real plants function.
Bio-Inspired Paper Flowers PowerPoint
16 Jun 2014 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Bryan Hubbard, James Daniel Lehman
PowerPoint slides for the bio-inspired paper flowers activity during the 2014 SLED Summer Institute.
Biofuel Candle Comparison Lab
20 Jun 2013 | Lesson Plans | Contributor(s): Kathy Daniels
This basic lab was developed to be used in a non-science classroom to help start student thinking about energy densities of different fuels in mathematical terms. The main objective is to get middle and high school math students to quantify observations of candles made from petroleum based fuels...
Biomass Digester Setup
01 May 2012 | Demonstration Video | Contributor(s): Nicole Cook, Lisa Paulette Kirkham
In this 13 minute demonstration, we show how to setup an anaerobic biomass digester using lab glassware (i.e.. flasks, glass and plastic tubing, rubber stoppers), vegetable and fruit scraps, and wetlands mud.You can view a shorter 4 minute video of the demonstration using a graduated cylinder...
Biomass Digester Test for Combustible Gas
08 Jun 2012 | Demonstration Video | Contributor(s): Nicole Cook
In this 1.5 minute video, Nicole demonstrates the outcome of the biomass digester experiment. She uses a simple flame test to check if the gas generated by the experiment contained any combustible material.Nicole Cook - demonstrator and videographerDebbie Steffen, Kurt Keyes, Gabriela Weaver -...
BIRS Spring 2019 Week 2 - GXP Lectures
13 Mar 2019 | Seminars
During week two, the focus will be on GXP, systems mapping and evaluation. The goal is to have interactive sessions where students can apply the theory covered in the GXP (on-line) modules to case studies which reflect real life applications of GXP principles, including systems mapping of...
Black Box Activity
01 Apr 2016 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Alex Madsen
Activity modeling how the atomic force microscope works.