Some Ideas for Nano in Schools

    In this section, I'm going to leave you a few links to 2 lesson plans I've made up as a result of the time spent researching during my summer.  I'll mention that I'm not the originator of the ideas, but I'm hoping that they are enhanced enough that their creators appreciate my twist.  These lesson plans can be modified to the appropriate grade level of high school or middle school, and I've listed the PA standards that would be met by teaching such a lesson in your class.  If you choose to use one of these or see any room for improvement, please feel free to send back feedback so anyone else interested in using it can benefit from your creativity.  Enjoy!

Boxes - here's an interesting twist on a classical problem... what's in the box? 

Human Hard Drive - this causes students to rely on indirect observation to see... what the message in a the bottle(box) is!
ĉ
Mark Myk,
Aug 17, 2011, 8:24 PM
ĉ
Mark Myk,
Aug 17, 2011, 8:29 PM
Comments