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Highlights for High Schools

MIT compiled all their open courseware material that is appropriate for use by high school teachers of college-bound students at this site. For teachers the goal is to make it easy for you to find resources you can use to inspire your students. MIT OpenCourseware has selected a range of materials to help you: (1) Show science demonstrations by MIT faculty in your classroom. (2) Provide alternate explanations to reinforce key concepts. (3) Guide students to additional homework problems and exam examples. (4) Add to your knowledge. You can use this site to help your students: Understand concepts by watching video demonstrations or study for AP exams. Furthermore they can sample the kind of work they'll be doing in college.

Published by MIT in 2002

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):9, 10, 11, 12
Curriculum Areas:Science
Mathematics
English/Language Arts
Themes/Keywords: Biology
Calculus
Open Courseware
Physics


Vocabulary
Courseware, Astrophysics, Probability, Neuroscience, Combinatorics, Demonstration labs, Leadership


Essential Question(s)
1. How can you prepare for AP exams?
2. What is a college class like?

Discussion Question(s)
1. What makes an open courseware class easier?
2. What makes an open courseware class more difficult?
3. What resources have you explored for studying for AP exams? What works best for your learning style?

Extension and Activities
1. From the website select an activity from Knowledge in Action - * Build Stuff, * Save the World, * Write Better
2. Check out MIT competitions in aerial design, robot design, robocraft programming, manufacturing and much more.
3. Explore the Exam Preparation in these subject areas: Biology, Calculus and Physics
4. Get a taste of college classes by looking at the Introductory MIT Courses on the website for classes in Biology, Chemistry, Computers and Electronics, Engineering, Foreign Languages, Math, Media, Music and The Arts, Physical Education, Physics, Social Sciences, Writing and Literature


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