ERIC Number: ED430780
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
Active Learning Institute: Energizing Science and Math Education. A Compilation of Lesson Plans.
Cuyahoga Community Coll. - East, Cleveland, OH.
The middle school and high school lessons featured in this collection were crafted by science and math teachers who participated in a week-long seminar sponsored by the Eisenhower Professional Development Program administered by the Ohio Board of Regents. The lessons showcase a variety of active learning strategies from using hands-on, low-tech approaches to integrating high-tech, cutting-edge resources. Lesson topics include: (1) Investigating Energy Sources; (2) Probing the World of Energy and Its Conservation; (3) Fish Out of Water--Man Out of Land; (4) Are You Listening? (Noise Pollution); (5) Countdown to Population Explosion; (6) Hazardous Chemicals in Your Home!; (7) Water, Water Everywhere--How Much Is There to Drink?; (8) Water, Water Everywhere--But Not a Drop to Drink; (9) A Multi-Level Water Study; (10) Futuristic Fuel from Water; and (11) Acid Rain. (WRM)
Descriptors: Active Learning, Conservation (Environment), Ecology, Energy, Environment, Environmental Education, Fuels, Hazardous Materials, High Schools, Integrated Activities, Lesson Plans, Mathematics Activities, Mathematics Education, Middle Schools, Noise (Sound), Overpopulation, Pollution, Population Growth, Science Activities, Science Education, Water
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Cuyahoga Community Coll. - East, Cleveland, OH.