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Design and Discovery - free curriculum, 18 sessions, manuals, and hands-on activities for students and facilitators.
High school student hopes her research linking poor teen body image to unrealistic media portrayals helps change how physical beauty is represented.
Gary Kurek develops walker-wheelchair hybrid to afford greater autonomy and slow muscle degeneration in patients with debilitating diseases.
Intel provides free tools, resources, and professional development to help K–12 teachers engage students and promote 21st century learning.
Intel provides free STEM curriculum, competitions, and online resources to encourage students' interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
The Intel ISEF Educator Academy brings together educators and government officials to explore innovative ways to engage students in science and math.
Examine technology-rich Unit Plans you can use right away, or as models for your own planning.
Grade school botanists and climatologists investigate seasonal changes, and create class books.
Students learn about health, nutrition, and consumerism as they create a restaurant offering healthy foods.
Students become super sleuths as they learn and apply scientific investigation skills to solve a whodunit crime.
Students create persuasive brochures to convince the public to mandate using metrics as the only measurement system.
Students look at bears from all angles and apply math and measurement skills to compare themselves.
Students assess validity of statistical analysis as they predict the future about trends of population and crime rates.
Students learn about the mathematics notion of fairness while participating in activities and games of chance.
A multimedia slideshow is used as an entertaining introduction to reinforce students to important concepts and skills.
Students understand poverty, greed, and lifestyle choices after reading and rewriting John Steinbeck novella, The Pearl.
Transition from textbook science to authentic inquiry. Explore ways to develop students' scientific thinking with this engaging eLearning course.
Students research fractions on the job and share presentations that demonstrate the importance of knowing fractions.
Elementary assessment plans for different subject areas give you a ready to adapt for implement as-is project.
Get project ideas from other teachers who have used Assessing Projects in the classroom.
Research suggests that students benefit from continuous and ongoing assessment. Read about these benefits.
Determining how students are using higher-order thinking can be a challenge. Learn methods for assessing thinking.
In some classrooms, assessment is often limited to tests and papers. Learn about different types of assessment.
Use these strategies to check for student understanding. Students use them to think about their own learning.