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  1. Automotive Manufacturing Technical Education Collaborative (AMTEC)
  2. Regional Center For Nuclear Energy Education and Training (RCNET)
  3. Southeast Maritime and Transportation (SMART) Center
  4. DeafTEC: Technological Education Center for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students
  5. Seattle's Hub for Industry-driven Nanotechnology Education (SHINE)

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  1. Establishing an Instrumental Pathway Partnership between UMET, Institutos Tecnologicos de Puerto Rico and Industry
  2. Tropical Ornamental Mariculture Technician Certificate
  3. Exploring Biotechnology: A Pathway to Prosperity in Rural and Urban Oregon
  4. Intelligent Infrastructure Systems Education Project
  5. Developing the Digital Technologist for the New Millennium

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View Resource Using Simple Materials and Experiments to Enhance Student Critical Thinking

This 51 slide presentation discusses what a SCANS Report for America in 2000 and the Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills in 1991 revealed that work requires of schools. This includes five competencies - resources, interpersonal, information, systems, and technology. The second part of the presentation discusses nanotechnology concepts that are important for students to learn.

View Resource Super Saturated Solution Lab Demo

This video from the Midwest Regional Center for Nanotechnology Education (NANO-LINK) demonstrates the growth of sodium acetate crystals. The brief video runs only 2:32 long and shows what happens when a small crystal of sodium acetate is added to a solution of super saturated sodium acetate. Each step of the experiment is clearly explained in the video so that it can easily be recreated.

View Resource Mystery Fish of Science

This activity from the Midwest Regional Center for Nanotechnology Education (NANO-LINK) contains instructions for an experiment using a mystery fish. This fun experiment will introduce students to the applications of the Scientific Method. Each student will place the magic fish made of cellophane on his or her hand and watch it curl followed by hypothesizing why this occurs.

View Resource Design and Implementation of Virtual Hybrid Electric Vehicle Simulator for Educational Purpose

This article discusses the development of a computer-based simulation to teach students about Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) technology. As the authors state: "The tremendous capital investment, tedious and time-consuming tasks required to establish a full function of HEV laboratory are convincing evidence that the HEV curriculum is in need of a low-cost, computerbased virtual HEV...

View Resource Aerospace Curriculum

The SpaceTEC National Center of Excellence developed this page of materials for aerospace curriculums. Topics include Technician Skills Workshops, Aerospace Courses, Reference Materials, and Partner Colleges. Some example Technician Skills Workshops are Applied Basic Electricity Workshop and Scarf Repair. The syllabi for over fifteen Aerospace Courses are included such as Fluid Systems, Basic...

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