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NEATEC K-12 Module - Thin Films Grades 6-8

By Erin Crimmel1, Brook Bourgeois, Jason Brechko, Cherilyn Dempsey, Nathan Ellis, MaryAnn Nickloy

1. Northeast Advanced Technological Education Center (NEATEC)

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Abstract

In this activity your students will have learned the correlation between color wavelengths and measurement. They will have effectively learned how to solve real-world and mathematical problems involving volume of spheres. Know the formulas for the volumes spheres and use them to solve real-world and mathematical problems.

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A NEATEC Learning Module (NLM) is self-contained unit that can be incorporated into existing science, math, and technology classes to supplement and enhance the content and the laboratory activities of the class. Each module includes all or some of the following sections:

  • Background information about the topic of the unit
  • A teacher's guide
  • A student's guide
  • List of lab materials for laboratory activities
  • A list of teacher's and student's resources
  • Power Point slides
  • Credits

    Co-Developers Brook Bourgeois, Jason Brechko, Cherilyn Dempsey, Nathan Ellis, and MaryAnn Nickloy ~ New York State 6th-8th Grade Educators

    Sponsored by

    Northeast Advanced Technological Education Center (NEATEC)

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    • Erin Crimmel; Brook Bourgeois; Jason Brechko; Cherilyn Dempsey; Nathan Ellis; MaryAnn Nickloy (2013), "NEATEC K-12 Module - Thin Films Grades 6-8," http://nanohub.org/resources/16485.

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