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This PowerPoint document, provided by Evaluation Resource Center for Advanced Technological Education (EvaluATE), is a framework logic model for ATE projects and centers. It is intended for ATE grantees to use and adapt for their projects. It covers the areas of inputs, activities, outputs,...
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Learning Unit Description: The Integrated Geospatial Education and Technology Training Project (iGETT) presents a series of Learning Units (LU) designed to incorporate federal land remote sensing data into Geographic Information System (GIS) instruction. The A Beginning Assessment Comparing...
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Learning Unit Description: The Integrated Geospatial Education and Technology Training Project (iGETT) presents a series of Learning Units (LU) designed to incorporate federal land remote sensing data into Geographic Information System (GIS) instruction. The Investigating Tsunami Damage in...
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This lesson, from the Northern Wyoming Community College District, focuses on the geology of nonrenewable energy resources, including coal, oil, and oil shale. Over the course of the lesson students create a model of geological strata; compare and contrast the heat content and geologic structure of...
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This lesson, from the Northern Wyoming Community College District, focuses on the principles of surface mining and reclamation in coal mining using chocolate chip cookies (where the cookie represents the earth and the chocolate chips coal the students will be surface mining). Using tools provided,...
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This lesson, from the Northern Wyoming Community College District, focuses on teaching science, technology, engineering, and math concepts through the frame of energy resources and mining. The ten units in the lesson cover scientific notation; area, volume and conversions; fractions, decimals and...
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This lesson, created by Bruce Karpe, utilizes Chevron's online simulation, Energyville (the objective of which is to provide "enough power to meet the energy demands of a city with a population of 5.9 million people, while keeping them prosperous, secure, and living in a clean environment") to...
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This project, created by Roy Pratima, has students look at the practice of utilizing geological principles and apply geological concepts to the discovery of rocks to understand the different forms of energy found within different rocks and soils. Individually, students will use the Internet to...
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This lesson, created by JoAnn Flejszar, allows students to trace the steps of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle beginning with the mining process, and ending when the fuel rods are ready to be loaded into the fuel assembly for use in a nuclear reactor. Using real-life examples from China, India, and France –...
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This course, created by Sookyung Chang, has students apply knowledge acquired previous science classes in the composition of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on a current proposed action at a specific site, especially in energy production. This course, which is for non-science majors, places...
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