Curate a museum exhibit centered on the theme of "Conflicts in American History." Select artifacts, letters, paintings and other items, and then write descriptions of the items that tie them to the larger theme. View and print final compiled exhibit.
American History, Area Studies/Geography, Cultural Studies, History, Social Studies and History
Using three sets of data from a second grade class, think of an aspect of the data you would like to focus on and then choose the type of graph (line plot, stem and leaf plot or histogram) that best represents that aspect.
Use real demographic data and a simulator to understand the factors that control human population growth, recognize the demographic transition in human history, and gain a sense of how population demographics has a very human impact in all areas of our planet.
Area Studies/Geography, Environmental Science, Geography, History, Science, Social Studies and History
Follow the steps in the development of a cancer drug — from initial research on the targeted disease to the drug’s use in humans. Learn how drug design targets a disease by exploiting the structure of a protein that causes that disease. View non-Flash version.