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Light Technology Teaching Element
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This lesson, from the Technological Education Pathways Partnership (TEPP), compares some of the different light bulbs available to consumers. Light bulb types examined include incandescent, LED, and compact fluorescent lamp. Three PowerPoint presentations outline a test the output of incandescent light bulbs, and teardowns of CFL and LED light bulbs; a PDF outlining self oscillating lamp circuits; a Word document with instructions for an experiment with motion sensing light fixture; and an Excel spreadsheet containing experimental data.
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Open Learning Initiative:...
A strong grounding in probability and statistics can help with the interpretation of research studies in a variety of fields. Carnegie Mellon's Open Learning...
TryComputing.org
From the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) comes TryComputing.org, a collection of resources designed to engage youth in computer...
Kids Environment, Kids Health
From the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences comes Kids Environment, Kids Health "a resource for kids, parents, and teachers, to find fun and...
TED-Ed: Math in Real Life Series
How do you evaluate a graph that you see in an advertisement or online? Why do airlines overbook their flights - and how do they decide how many tickets to sell...
NSTA: Classroom Resources
The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) has compiled an extensive, easily navigable list of Classroom Resources for K-12 Science teachers. These...



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