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This lesson introduces students to the “Tragedy of the Commons,” an extended metaphor for problems of shared environmental or man-made resources that are overused and eventually depleted. In this metaphor, shared resources are compared t...
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The major goal of this lesson is to provide students with some of the tools they will need to analyze and solve the many complex problems they will face during their lifetimes. In the lesson, students learn to use Flow Charts and Feedbac...
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The goal of this video lesson is to teach students about new and exciting ways of holding an election that they may not be aware of. Students will learn three different methods of voting: plurality, instant runoff, and the Borda count. T...
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This lesson is about the Towers of Hanoi problem, a classic famous problem involving recursive thinking to reduce what appears to be a very large and difficult problem into a series of simpler ones. The learning objective is for student...
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October 01, 2015 Starr Forum: The ISIS Apocalypse: The History, Strategy, and Doomsday Vision of the Islamic State A conversation with William McCants About the Speaker: William McCants is a fellow in the Center for Middle East Polic...
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This lesson presents a comprehensive overview of diabetes, including the causes of—as well as the biological processes leading to—this widespread disease. Students will learn about the symptoms of diabetes and will become knowledgeable a...
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