NetLogo is a multi-agent programmable, open source modeling environment used by tens of thousands of students, teachers and researchers worldwide. In 2015, the CMST Institute participants used this software to create the lesson plans displayed below.

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Submissions from 2016

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Insolation and Ecosystem, Margaret Allocco and Chris Haller

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Exploring Density, Jamye Babocsi and Agnieszka Wallace

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Osmosis and Plasmolysis, Andy Bumstead and Anthony Raymond

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Radioactive Decay, Ryan Case and Jayson Pritchard

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Carbon Emissions, Breanna Hummel and Samantha Slossar

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Chemical Weathering, Elizabeth Kreppel and Kaitlin Ordiway

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Biomagnification and Bioaccumulation, Grace Linder and Lauren Thresh

Submissions from 2015

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Erosion: wins races by a landslide, Maggie H. Allocco and Katrijn Moulin

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

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

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Lionfish as an Example of Invasive Species Ecology, Jennifer Gardinier, Myra Morgan, and Carolina Ramos

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

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

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