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View Resource 100,000 Computers a Day

A rare and fascinating look inside the world's largest computer manufacturer, Dell Inc., where thousands of computers are custom-built and shipped around the world every day. From the call center to...

http://www.thefutureschannel.com/movies/commerce_movies.php
View Resource STEM Transitions: Integrated Technical Projects Boost ing Math and Science Rigor

STEM Transitions is a project led by the Center for Occupational Research and Development(CORD), funded by the U.S. Department of Education?s Office of Vocational and Adult Ed, and conducted t...

http://www.stemtransitions.org/Revised_brochure.pdf
View Resource STEM Transitions

Boost rigor of math and science content in STEMrelated courses at community college level. * Develop integrated projects built on math, science, and career cluster standards * Bring real-world...

http://www.stemtransitions.org/overview_presentation_may09.p...
View Resource Course Preparation

Learning resources organized by resource type.

http://www.engineeringpathway.com/ep/hEd/coursePrep/
View Resource Solar Panels, Energy and Area Under the Curve

Curriculum by Victor J. Donnay, Bryn Mawr College. This lesson is aimed at determining the total energy produced by a solar panel array over the course of a day by finding the area under the power...

http://www.mathaware.org/mam/2013/sustainability/Solar-Panel...
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