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Curriculum Units Vol 6: It's a Small World! Exploring Science at the Tiniest Scale

Math, Paper, Pencil, Graphene, Carbon Nanotubes, and Buckyballs

 

Joanne Rowe, Math, Northwest School of the Arts

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 6: It's a Small World! Exploring Science at the Tiniest Scale

Itty, Bitty Living Space: A “look” at the unseen

Heather Nash, Science, East Mecklenburg High School

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 6: It's a Small World! Exploring Science at the Tiniest Scale

Nano Who, Nano What? Nano Particles!

Ashley Renzo, Science, Northwest School of the Arts

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 6: It's a Small World! Exploring Science at the Tiniest Scale

Nano: the Greatest Power by the smallest scale

Rima J Solh, Math, Southwest Middle School

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 6: It's a Small World! Exploring Science at the Tiniest Scale

Fingerprint Analysis: Taking Evidence to a Whole New (Nano) Level

Jackie Smith, Science, William Amos Hough High School

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 6: It's a Small World! Exploring Science at the Tiniest Scale

Necessary Nano: Exploring concepts of measurement, ratio, and volume in the elementary classroom.

Kimberly Scouller, Second Grade, Barringer Academic Center

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 6: It's a Small World! Exploring Science at the Tiniest Scale

Sustainable Energy and Society: A Scientific Apology for Energy Reform

Joseph P. Peltack III, Chemistry,  Myers Park High School

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 6: It's a Small World! Exploring Science at the Tiniest Scale

Nanoscience…What’s the Big Deal?

Joyce Patton, Science, Coulwood STEM Academy

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 6: It's a Small World! Exploring Science at the Tiniest Scale

Nurturing Nanoscientists

Amethyst Klein, Science, University Park Creative Arts

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 2: How Science is Done: A Behind the Scenes Look at Scientific Research

Research: A Product of the Curious Mind How do we encourage students to breach the divide between nonfiction and fiction in order to pursue research into a topic of personal interest?

Elizabeth Ashley Walker, Language Arts, Randolph Middle School

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 2: How Science is Done: A Behind the Scenes Look at Scientific Research

Biocubes: Doing Science by Studying a Sample of the World

Ted Miracle, Fourth Grade, Endhaven Elementary School

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 2: How Science is Done: A Behind the Scenes Look at Scientific Research

Einstein’s Struggles: Molding Students’ Early Attitudes toward STEM Learning by Promoting Curiosity, Observation, and Error.

Tabitha L. Miller, Kindergarten, Collinswood Language Academy

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 2: How Science is Done: A Behind the Scenes Look at Scientific Research

How to improve kindergartner science observation skills

Xi Lin,Fifth Grade, E.E.Waddell Language Academy

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 2: How Science is Done: A Behind the Scenes Look at Scientific Research

Why is it Moving? Force and Motion for Kindergarten

Melanie Ann Kirschner, First Grade, Albemarle Road Elementary

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2016 Curriculum Units Vol 2: How Science is Done: A Behind the Scenes Look at Scientific Research

Inside Out Science: Discovering the Scientist Within Me!

Miesha Gadsden, Third Grade, J.H. Gunn Elementary School

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