Easy-to-use, STELLA models provide endless opportunities to explore by asking "what if," and watching what happens, inspiring the exciting ah-ha moments of learning.STELLA offers a practical way to dynamically visualize and communicate how complex systems and ideas really work.

Collected here are lesson plans utilizing STELLA 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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Walking to Win, Larry Bedgood, Sara Walter, Sandy Zalewski, and Kathyrn Zuroski

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Population Growth (predator-prey scenario) using Stella, Juan Betancourt

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Walking for Charity, Cassandra Camman

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Exploring the Area of Rectangles and their Applications, Brian Cheyne, Bonnie Bush, Dave Iacchetta, Pablo Lopez, and Bruce Peachey

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Safe Braking Distance using Stella, Steve Colafubo

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Money Saved Using Stella, Michelle Dale

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Investigation into Invasive Species: Zebra Mussels, Michelle Dale, Evan Brauer, and April McGivern

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Problem Solving, Stephen Ezell

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Cell Phone Rates Comparison Using Stella, GSP, and TI, Helen Fox, John Picarella, Beth Hall, Carrie Seitz, Alexis Richardson, and Juan Betancourt

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Hurricane Relief using Stella and TI Calculator, Helen Fox and Sara Walter

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The Energy Counter, Paul Geary

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Hunting Red October With Stella and Project Interactivate, Michael Iodice

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Using Stella to Find Out How Much Can You Save, Marc MacLaughlin and Jennifer Roe

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Modeling Precipitation and Water Budgets using Stella, Sean Metz, Sandy McGreevy, Neill Paul II, Suzanne Wade, and Kevin Westrich

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Party Planning Using Stella, Jody Nagle

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How to Find Slopes with STELLA, Ijeoma B. Okafor

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Smoking Lesson Plan Using Stella, John Palo

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Solving Systems of Equations, Annette Pennella, Claud Brown, Megan Harris, and Rachel Viel

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Thinking Outside the Box : Using Stella for Reading, Jennifer Rees

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Building a Model of Convection; A Student Driven Approach, Nate Ruder

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Meteorology Using Stella, Nate Ruder

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Modeling the “Dynamics” between two Populations, Miriam Santana-Valadez

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Pretend Predators and Prey Populations, Kristin Schwartzmeyer

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Using Stella to Find Rates of Change and Point of Intersection, Carrie Seitz

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Linear Relationships using many tools, Jackie Shantler, Jessica Phillips, Jason Kuehn, and John Haag

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Sales Tax with STELLA, Karie Shaw

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Career Choice and Salary Modeled with Stella, Samuel Simpson

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Water Budget Modeled using Stella, Suzanne Wade

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Exploring Compound Interest Formula Using Stella, Elizabeth Watkins

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Using GIS/GPS and Stella to Plot Volcanic Locations, Elizabeth Watkins, Erin Gwara, and Lisa Englert

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Quadratics using Stella, Sandy Zalewski

Submissions from 2005

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Independent Living Modeled with Stella, Valerie J. Huff and Allison Leckinger

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Newton`s Law of Cooling, Carneathea Melson

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Radioactive Decay using Stella and AgentSheets, Annette Pennella and Dorothy Java

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Gone Fishing with Stella, Stephen Pudiak

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Deadly Scorpion Stings Modeled with Stella, Kristin Schwartzmeyer

Submissions from 2004

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Driven by Data, Larry Bedgood

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Exploring Investing and the Stock Market, Brian Dinitto

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Energy Pyramid, Brian Dinitto, Stephen Pudiak, and David Rogers

Submissions from 2003

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Modeling Enzymes Using Stella, Karen McCann and Ken Steffen

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Population Dynamics Using Stella for Modeling, Bruce Mellen and Joann Bell

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African Population Modelling Using Stella, Jerry Moon and Vanessa Youmans

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Reaction Rates with Stella, Vince Vitale

Submissions from 2000

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Tour de France with Stella and TI Calculator, Dave Iacchetta, Fayette A. Reynolds, and Mrs. Hastings