Interactivate is a set of free, online courseware for exploration in science and mathematics. It is comprised of activities, lessons, and discussions.

Collected here are lesson plans utilizing Project Interactivate which were created by students in the Computational Math Science and Technology (CMST) Institute.

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Submissions from 2006

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Gas Relationships, Juan Betancourt

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Introduction to Area and Perimeter Using Project Interactivate, Wilson Burgos

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Calculating Shapes, Stephen Ezell

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Angle Relationships, Renee Gambino

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Wave Introduction Guided Inquiry with Simulations, Phillip Gauldin

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Scatter Plots, Beth Hall

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Venn Diagramming using Project Interactivate, Sarah Heigl

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Enzyme Process, Samuel Ibezin

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Teaching Students How to Learn Differently with Robotics, Sabrina Johnson

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Decimal and fraction conversion, Pablo Lopez

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Logic and Truth Tables, Ijeoma B. Okafor

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Maze Game Using Smart Board, John Palo

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Genetic Code and Electrophoresis, Neill Paul II

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Animating Slope and Y-Intercept, Jessica Phillips

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What Effects Water Waves?, David Rogers, Megan Bonacci, Cassandra Camman, Rose Kossow, and Mike Sicienski

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Glacial Features of NYS, Nate Ruder

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Topographic Maps with Project Interactive, Nate Ruder

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Slope Slider, Carrie Seitz

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Finding Angles using Project Interactive, Karie Shaw

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Bouncing Balls, Samuel Simpson

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Model Subtraction Using Chips, Samuel Simpson

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MazeGame Lesson Plan, Elizabeth Watkins

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Translations Using Project Interactivate, Sandy Zalewski

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Finding the slope of a line using Interactivate, Kathyrn Zuroski

Submissions from 2004

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Identify Locations of Objects Using the Cartesian Coordinate System, Brigitte Cerra, Brian Cheyne, Jennifer Hallows, and Kim Lombard

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Triangles Ramps and Energy, Susan Cooper, Fayne Winter, and Larry Bedgood

Submissions from 2003

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Ecological Equilibrium, Daniel Esler

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Ice Cream Graphing Lab, Julia Maloney