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Radioactive Decay, Ryan Case, Jayson Pritchard

#### Radioactive Decay, Ryan Case, Jayson Pritchard

*Lesson Plans*

The purpose of this model is to simulate the decay of radioactive nuclei to the stable isotope Lead-206. First and foremost, the model is designed to illustrate the concept of a half-life, which is the amount of time it takes for half a given quality of nuclei to decay to the next nuclei. In addition it also demonstrates that different radioisotopes have different half-lives than one another, and that the mass is conserved in nuclear reactions but not necessarily the number of protons, neutrons, or nuclei.

Insolation And Ecosystem, Margaret Allocco, Chris Haller

#### Insolation And Ecosystem, Margaret Allocco, Chris Haller

*Lesson Plans*

The purpose of this model is to demonstrate the impact of angle of insolation and precipitation on the health of a specific climate zone’s ecosystem

Exploring Density, Jamye Babocsi, Agnieszka Wallace

#### Exploring Density, Jamye Babocsi, Agnieszka Wallace

*Lesson Plans*

This density model is designed to allow students to explore how mass, volume, and temperature directly affect the density of an object or liquid

Biomagnification And Bioaccumulation, Grace Linder, Lauren Thresh

#### Biomagnification And Bioaccumulation, Grace Linder, Lauren Thresh

*Lesson Plans*

This computational model is intended to demonstrate how micropollutants effect ecology via the living environment concepts of biomagnification and bioaccumulation. Specifically, this model shows how concentrations of a micropollutant change throughout an aquatic food chain.

Chemical Weathering, Elizabeth Kreppel, Kaitlin Ordiway

#### Chemical Weathering, Elizabeth Kreppel, Kaitlin Ordiway

*Lesson Plans*

This model shows the effects of acid rain on different rock types.

Carbon Emissions, Breanna Hummel, Samantha Slossar

#### Carbon Emissions, Breanna Hummel, Samantha Slossar

*Lesson Plans*

This model demonstrates how a population affects the carbon emissions in a region.

Osmosis And Plasmolysis, Andy Bumstead, Anthony Raymond

#### Osmosis And Plasmolysis, Andy Bumstead, Anthony Raymond

*Lesson Plans*

This model simulates the processes of diffusion and osmosis in a plant cell

Titration, Ryan Case, Jayson Pritchard

#### Titration, Ryan Case, Jayson Pritchard

*Lesson Plans*

This model is meant to represent what is going on during a titration at the particle level

Decomposition And Growth, Margaret Allocco, Chris Haller

#### Decomposition And Growth, Margaret Allocco, Chris Haller

*Lesson Plans*

This model shows is a simple representation of decomposition and growth. As students move the arrow over different sprites in the model, the sprites will “talk” asking questions and providing information to the user.

Sea Turtle Survival, Grace Linder, Lauren Thresh

#### Sea Turtle Survival, Grace Linder, Lauren Thresh

*Lesson Plans*

This model is intended to demonstrate the heavy predation and low survival rate of hatchling sea turtles

Firework Show, Kaitlin A. Ordiway, Miranda Wharram, Steven Lauffer

#### Firework Show, Kaitlin A. Ordiway, Miranda Wharram, Steven Lauffer

*Lesson Plans*

Our model allows student to create a firework show in order to distract zombies long enough to get food and get back to their home base. Students will use their knowledge of emission, light and energy to determine the best firework show possible.

Molecular Collisions, Kaitlin A. Ordiway, Miranda Wharram, Steven Lauffer

#### Molecular Collisions, Kaitlin A. Ordiway, Miranda Wharram, Steven Lauffer

*Lesson Plans*

Our model is designed to simulate molecular collisions and prompt students to question the factors affecting collisions. It brings together chemistry, physics, and mathematics. Through the sliders and monitors on our interface page, students will be able to observe as well as manipulate the factors that affect inelastic collisions between two different molecules. Using the known kinetic energy equations and the velocity found from the frames per second, students will be able to calculate the distance traveled.

Particle Transport, Samantha Slossar, Jamye Babocsi, Chuck Ko

#### Particle Transport, Samantha Slossar, Jamye Babocsi, Chuck Ko

*Lesson Plans*

The particle transport simulation is designed to help students gain a deeper level of understanding of the relationship between velocity and particle size. Students will be able to manipulate the velocity and particle size to see if the particle will move. The mathematical component will require the students to construct a particle graph using the simulator and Earth Science Reference Table (ESRT).** **

Sickle Cell Anemia, Joshua Dubay, David Krebs, Lauren Thresh

#### Sickle Cell Anemia, Joshua Dubay, David Krebs, Lauren Thresh

*Lesson Plans*

What is Sickle Cell Anemia?

The purpose of this model is to deepen student understanding of the human body through investigating the structure and function of red blood cells in the human circulatory system. The students will compare and contrast structure and function between normal red blood cells and sickle blood cells and will learn how disruptions in one body system can disrupt homeostasis in other body systems (conditions of stability and determinants of change). Students will engage in mathematics to support their observations and inferences founded within the simulation. Data will be collected to construct linear graphs and build ...

Tooth Enamel, Joshua Dubay, Lauren Thresh, David Kreb

#### Tooth Enamel, Joshua Dubay, Lauren Thresh, David Kreb

*Lesson Plans*

The purpose of this model is to demonstrate the natural phenomena of acid molecules eroding the enamel of an individuals tooth. Through this lesson students will identify pH levels of common acidic foods and drinks. Student will also determine the significance of saliva to the maintenance of pH of the mouth. Students will discover that the longer acidic molecules are exposed to the enamel of a tooth the percentage of healthy enamel on a tooth decreases. When healthy enamel is eroded, dentin is exposed, which gives teeth a yellow appearance. Students will use the model to compare the relation of ...

How Do Medications Work In Our Bodies?, Carolina Ramos, Morgan Sanford, Steven Lauffer, David Krebs

#### How Do Medications Work In Our Bodies?, Carolina Ramos, Morgan Sanford, Steven Lauffer, David Krebs

*Lesson Plans*

In this lesson plan, the student will use the AgentSheets model and identify a relationship between medicine compounds and the cell receptors, determine the success of a cell receptor binding to a medicine molecule by using the binomial probability equation and explain and justify their results publicly in a gallery walk.

**Content Standard(s) addressed: ** NYS Living Environment Standards - 3.1a, 1.2j. Next Generation Science Standards – HS-LS1-2 NYS Chemistry Standards – 3.1ff Common Core Standards ELA-Literacy. RST.9-10.7 Mathematics Common Core- S-MD: 2,6,7, S-IC: 2, 5, F-IF: 4. Mathematic Practices- 1, 2, 4.

The primary file ...

From Garbage To Garden, Genevieve Criss, Marilyn Laistner, Kimberlee Parlatore

#### From Garbage To Garden, Genevieve Criss, Marilyn Laistner, Kimberlee Parlatore

*Lesson Plans*

This lesson plan is for a laboratory activity that begins with direct instruction, allows students to explore the simulation, and gives students time to work in groups to create hypotheses concerning the five factors of decomposition.

Lesson materials include a direct instruction PowerPoint, worksheets, and the Agent Sheets simulation model.

After the initial laboratory, students should have the skills to create a working, real life compost pile. Students should also be motivated to reduce their negative impact on the earth’s ecosystem.

Improving In Vitro Fertilization, Nate Butler, Steve Gertz, Nicole Cannavino, Christina Schaefer

#### Improving In Vitro Fertilization, Nate Butler, Steve Gertz, Nicole Cannavino, Christina Schaefer

*Lesson Plans*

This model on the factors affecting successful embryo implantation should be used in a lesson that is embedded in the reproductive system unit. The students should run the model about ten times and record their findings first, and then break off into groups and do essentially the same thing but with the use of a different model. The second model would be our “Velcro tennis” game. This game allows students to throw different Velcro tennis balls (or other) onto a board. They can then record the amount of times each ball sticks to the Velcro board. With this information they ...

Effectiveness Of Solar Roadways, Miranda Wharram, Katie Smith, Amanda Klein, Colby Lush

#### Effectiveness Of Solar Roadways, Miranda Wharram, Katie Smith, Amanda Klein, Colby Lush

*Lesson Plans*

This model represents what would happen if 4 households on a street all paved their driveways with the “Solar Roadways” solar panels. The purpose is to discover if this little neighborhood would create enough kWh with the solar panels to supply all 4 houses with enough electricity.

The primary file is a lesson plan, accompanied by supplemental files. In the supplemental zipped files, you will find:

- Student worksheets
- Lesson plan
- Powerpoint presentations

Safe Imaging Of Internal Organs, Stephanie Lash, Nathanial Burleigh, Katrijn Moulin

#### Safe Imaging Of Internal Organs, Stephanie Lash, Nathanial Burleigh, Katrijn Moulin

*Lesson Plans*

The purpose of this model is to demonstrate the common ion effect on the solubility of salts. In short the common ion effect states that the addition of a salt to a solution containing some common ion will decrease the degree of dissociation of a weak electrolyte in solution. This effect is especially important when creating the Barium contrast solution ingested by patients for some medical imaging procedures. The barium sulfate in this material is not harmful to the body, however some will dissociate into relatively harmless sulfate ions and toxic barium ions. In order to make the solution safe ...

Pathogen Transmission Rates, Nicole Scipione, Josh Dubay, Bridget Baxter, Jennifer Gardinier

#### Pathogen Transmission Rates, Nicole Scipione, Josh Dubay, Bridget Baxter, Jennifer Gardinier

*Lesson Plans*

This model would be used in a classroom to demonstrate the different methods of pathogen transmission. The accompanying worksheet contains questions for pre-assessment, activity, and post-assessment.

There are four different worksheets to represent the multiple modes of transmission. Each worksheet is designed to demonstrate a different mode of pathogen transmission and is will be utilized by a different group of students. Upon experimentation, students will export the data from the AgentSheets plots into Excel. Using Excel, students will be able to create graphs. After each group has created their graph and analyzed their data, they will present their findings to ...

Law Of Cosines Using Geometer`S Sketchpad, Sandy Mcgreevy

#### Law Of Cosines Using Geometer`S Sketchpad, Sandy Mcgreevy

*Lesson Plans*

By the end of the lab, students should be able to verify the Law of Cosines using actual field calculations off a GPS and modeling using Geometer’s sketch pad.

Algebra Balance Scales, Kevin Westrich

#### Algebra Balance Scales, Kevin Westrich

*Lesson Plans*

Students will use models to visualize what is actually happening when you go through the steps of solving a linear equation using algebra.

Visualizing Correlations Using Ti Graphing Calculators, Brian Dinitto

#### Visualizing Correlations Using Ti Graphing Calculators, Brian Dinitto

*Lesson Plans*

I will use the scatter plot abilities of the graphing calculator to visualize correlations, and how they can be modeled with a linear equation.

Algebra, Geometry, Prepare For Math A Exam, Patty Herrman

#### Algebra, Geometry, Prepare For Math A Exam, Patty Herrman

*Lesson Plans*

The student will be able to solve systems of linear and linear quadratic equations by graphing.

Graphing Linear Equations Using Ti-Calculator, Dave Iacchetta

#### Graphing Linear Equations Using Ti-Calculator, Dave Iacchetta

*Lesson Plans*

My objective is to have students graph linear equations and determine if there is a solution to the system, in a variety of ways, in real time.

Probability- 50/50 Chance, Christopher Sheffer

#### Probability- 50/50 Chance, Christopher Sheffer

*Lesson Plans*

Students will be directed to the probability simulation - tossing coins and observing the outcome.

Probability Using Ti Calculators, Beverly Lawson

#### Probability Using Ti Calculators, Beverly Lawson

*Lesson Plans*

Upon completion of this lesson, students:

• Will understand and apply basic concepts of probability

• Will understand and use appropriate terminology to describe events

• Will use probability to make and test conjectures about the results of experiments and simulations

Probability, Moneith Burney

#### Probability, Moneith Burney

*Lesson Plans*

Students will be able to solve probability problems and graph histogram.

Momentum And Motion, Christopher Sheffer

#### Momentum And Motion, Christopher Sheffer

*Lesson Plans*

Students will be able to calculate momentum using mass and velocity of an object. Students will demonstrate the conservation of momentum using the provided model.