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Investigating Forces and Motion Through Modeling

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The pull of gravity and the movement of Earth are just two examples of how force and motion affect every second of our lives. Help your readers explore the laws of motion and much more. Models relating to the physics of magnets, jumping on the moon, and why it's a good idea to wear a helmet while biking are some of this book's activities that leverage experiential learning to foster concept mastery.

Investigating Matter Through Modeling

Author : Tatiana Ryckman
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How does water change form? What is the relationship among pure substances, mixtures, and compounds? How do models help scientists understand the physical world? These are just a few of the questions addressed in this science experiment guidebook. From particle theory to forming a hypothesis, readers are guided through activities that make complicated concepts easy to understand and remember.

Investigating Energy Through Modeling

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Everything contains energy, which manifests in ways such as motion, sound, light, heat, or electricity. Give your students the opportunity to create illustrative models that engage head-on with this phenomenon and its manifestations in areas like the food cycle, renewable energy, and kinetic and potential energy. This book provides essential background information about energy that is aligned to the NextGen Science Standards while also prompting readers to ask questions, think creatively, and apply what they've learned.

Investigating Weather and Climate Through Modeling

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As climate change intensifies, it has become more important than ever for students to learn about weather systems and weather patterns. Provide your students with step-by-step instructions for creating models that demonstrate how greenhouse gases get trapped, the importance of the water cycle, and the methods experts use to make weather predictions. Readers are encouraged to refine their models, ask key questions, and synthesize what they've learned.

Investigating Light and Sound Through Modeling

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Much of human perception is thanks to the transmission of light and sound, from reading a book, to watching television, to walking to school. Explaining deep but foundational topics through modeling, this book helps readers visualize and represent the properties of light and sound, while contextualizing their practical uses. As students experiment with light and sound, they will master key concepts covered in the NextGen Science Standards.

Tops and Yo Yos

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Soviet Engineering Research

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Aerospace Medicine and Biology

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Discovering Science Through Inquiry Forces and Motion Kit

Author : Kelli Allen
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The Discovering Science through Inquiry series provides teachers and students of grades 3-8 with direction for hands-on science exploration around particular science topics and focuses. The series follows the 5E model (engage, explore, explain, elaborate, evaluate). The Forces and Motion kit provides a complete inquiry model to explore the laws of motion through supported investigation. Watch as students design a safe-landing parachute to observe how the forces of deceleration work on parachutes. Forces and Motion kit includes: 16 Inquiry Cards in print and digital formats; Teacher's Guide; Inquiry Handbook (Each kit includes a single copy; additional copies can be ordered); Digital resources include PDFs of activities and additional teacher resources, including images and assessment tools; leveled background pages for students; and video clips to support both students and teachers.

Nasa technical note no 1 4000

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Investigation of the Skid rocker Landing Characteristics of Spacecraft Models

Author : Sandy M. Stubbs
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The Effect of Pavement Roughness on Safe Vehicle Handling Characteristics Final Report

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Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications

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Dissertation Abstracts International

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The Japan Shipbuilding Information Notes

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EPIE Materials Report

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Software for Teaching Science

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Making Sense of Science

Author : Kirsten R. Daehler
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This comprehensive professional development course for grades 6–8 science teachers provides all the necessary ingredients for building a scientific way of thinking in teachers and students, focusing on science content, inquiry, and literacy. Teachers who participate in this course learn to facilitate hands-on science lessons, support evidence-based discussions, and develop students' academic language and reading and writing skills in science, along with the habits of mind necessary for sense making and scientific reasoning. Force and Motion for Teachers of Grades 6–8consists of five core sessions: Session 1: Motion Session 2: Change in Motion Session 3: Acceleration and Force Session 4: Force Session 5: Acceleration and Mass The materials include everything needed to effectively lead this course with ease: Facilitator Guide with extensive support materials and detailed procedures that allow staff developers to successfully lead a course Teacher Book with teaching, science, and literacy investigations, along with a follow-up component,Looking at Student Work™, designed to support ongoing professional learning communities CD with black line masters of all handouts and charts to support group discussion and sense making, course participation certificates, student work samples, and other materials that can be reproduced for use with teachers

An Analytical and Experimental Investigation of Flutter Suppression Via Piezoelectric Actuation

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Dissertation Abstracts

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