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This webpage, Career Clusters, links what students learn in school with the knowledge and skills they need for success in college and careers. This website lists 16 different career clusters: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources; Architecture & Construction; Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications; Business, Management & Administration; Education & Training; Finance; Government & Public...
This site includes a number of video recordings of Berkeley class lectures. Topics include electrical engineering, statistics, computer science, biology, chemistry, and other topics. The videos are free online for anyone to view. The videos vary in length but most are around one hour long.
This lesson is provided by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and has students model a bungee jump using a Barbie doll and rubber bands. The lesson is used to teach linear functions. The lesson includes an instructional plan, objectives and standards, materials needed, assessments and extensions, questions and reflections, and related resources.
For the phasor phanatic, created Hsi Chen Lee of Johns Hopkins University, an applet that offers 4 ways to generate and observe continuous-time harmonic phasor sums and the corresponding fourier series.
This site includes a Java applet that displays Fourier series approximations and corresponding magnitude and phase spectra of a periodic continuous-time signal. Select from provided signals, or draw a signal with the mouse.
This 32-page resource from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics provides information on alternative careers in applied mathematics. "In this guide, you will find answers to questions about careers in applied mathematics and computational science, and profiles of professionals working in a variety of environments for which a strong background in mathematics is necessary for success."...
"Powers of Ten", the film made by Charles and Ray Eames in 1977, takes the viewer from the core of an atom to the edge of the universe, moving 10 times further every 10 seconds. The film is about scale and how we view the universe and our place in it. Powers of Ten is an extremely valuable tool for teaching and understanding our world through the concept of scale. Although math is the most obvious...
This website from Live Science looks at latest news and/or inventions for many different topics. Topics include: Nanotechnolgy, Science, Robots, Biotechnology, Inventions, Technology and more. Each page includes a collection of resources on each topic.
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