This
is
a
lesson
about
measuring
magnetic
field
directions
of
Earth
and
in
the
environment.
First,
learners
go
outside,
far
away
from
buildings,
power
lines,
or
anything
electrical
or
metal,
and
use
compasses
to
identify
magnetic
North.
Next,
they
use
the
compasses
to
probe
whether
there
are
any
sources
of
magnetic
fields
in
the
local
environment,
including
around
electronic
equipment
such
as
a
CD
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Students
learn
to
identify
and
communicate
important
patterns
in
a
dataset
by
drawing
a
visualization,
and
begin
to
interpret
those
patterns.
Resource
includes
a
student
data
sheet
and
scoring
rubric.
This
learning
resource
is
part
of
the
Atmosphere
chapter
of
the
GLOBE
Teacher's
Guide,
and
is
supported
by
the
GLOBE
Aerosol
protocols.
GLOBE
(Global
Learning
and
Observation
to
Benefit
the
Environment)
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This
is
a
booklet
containing
15
problems
that
incorporate
data
and
information
from
the
Hinode
solar
observatory.
The
problems
involve
math
skills
such
as
finding
the
scale
of
an
image
to
determine
actual
physical
sizes
in
images,
time
calculations,
volumes
of
cylinders,
graph
analysis,
and
scientific
notation.
Learners
will
use
mathematics
to
explore
solar
science
topics
such
as
sunspot
structure,
...



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This
is
a
booklet
containing
37
space
science
mathematical
problems,
several
of
which
use
authentic
science
data.
The
problems
involve
math
skills
such
as
unit
conversions,
geometry,
trigonometry,
algebra,
graph
analysis,
vectors,
scientific
notation,
and
many
others.
Learners
will
use
mathematics
to
explore
science
topics
related
to
Earth's
magnetic
field,
space
weather,
the
Sun,
and
other
related
...



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This
is
an
activity
about
the
rotation
of
the
Sun.
Learners
examine
images
of
the
Sun
taken
by
the
Yohkoh
satellite,
use
a
grid
overlay
to
mark
the
positions
of
the
sunspots,
and
then
calculate
the
rate
at
which
the
spots
move
to
determine
the
rotational
period
of
the
Sun.
This
is
activity
G3
of
Universe
at
Your
Fingertips
2.0:
A
Collection
of
Activities
and
Resources
for
Teaching
Astronomy
DVDROM,
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This lesson plan focuses on the concepts of atomic number, mass number, isotope, and nuclear atom. A student quiz is included as an assessment instrument. This resource is from PUMAS  Practical Uses of Math and Science  a collection of brief examples created by scientists and engineers showing how math and science topics taught in K12 classes have real world applications.



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This
is
a
game
associated
with
activities
during
Solar
Week,
a
twiceyearly
event
in
March
and
October
during
which
classrooms
are
able
to
interact
with
scientists
studying
the
Sun.
Outside
of
Solar
Week,
information,
activities,
and
resources
are
archived
and
available
online
at
any
time.
During
this
game,
learners
use
clues
to
find
out
the
color,
average
size,
temperature,
and
location
of
the
Sun.
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This
is
an
online
game
associated
with
activities
during
Solar
Week,
a
twiceyearly
event
in
March
and
October
during
which
classrooms
are
able
to
interact
with
scientists
studying
the
Sun.
Outside
of
Solar
Week,
information,
activities,
and
resources
are
archived
and
available
online
at
any
time.
Learners
view
images
of
celebrities
in
various
stages
of
pixellation
to
try
to
guess
who
the
celebrity
...



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This
is
a
booklet
containing
20
problem
sets
that
involve
a
variety
of
math
skills,
including
equations
and
substitution,
time
calculations,
reading,
algebra,
and
more.
Each
set
of
problems
is
contained
on
one
page.
Learners
will
use
mathematics
to
explore
space
science
topics
related
to
our
Sun,
auroras,
solar
features,
space
weather,
sunspots,
and
solar
storms.
This
booklet
can
be
found
on
the
Space
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This is a booklet containing 24 problem sets that involve a variety of math skills, including scientific notation, simple algebra, and calculus. Each set of problems is contained on one page. Learners will use mathematics to explore varied space science topics including solar storms, solar energy, coronal mass ejections, and doppler shift, among others.



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