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SIE14039: Science in Focus: Energy - Transfer and Conversion of Energy
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Credit Hours: 1

Change happens when energy is transferred or converted. In this session, examine conversion between potential and kinetic energy. Through examples, see how events that involve a small amount of energy can trigger much larger events.

SIE14040: Science in Focus: Energy - Energy in Cycles
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Credit Hours: 1

Energy can be seen in cycles every day, from the bouncing of balls to the swinging of pendulums. In this session, further explore the relationship between kinetic and potential energy to understand how cycles begin and are sustained, and why they decay.

SIE14041: Science in Focus: Energy - Energy in Food
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Credit Hours: 1

All life forms use energy. In this session, explore the transfer and conversion of the potential energy in food, and see how that energy is stored. Through animations, witness photosynthesis, the process by which plant cells capture the ultimate energy source for all food, sunlight.

SIE14042: Science in Focus: Energy - Energy and Systems
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Credit Hours: 1

Physicists use the concept of a system to trace and quantify the flow of energy. In this program, take a close look at a number of energy systems and see how this concept is closely linked to the principle of conservation of energy.

SIE14043: Science in Focus: Energy - Heat, Work, and Efficiency
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Credit Hours: 1

A machine’s energy output cannot be greater than its input. In this session, look at the energy that goes into useful work, examine how some always ends up as heat, and see why systems are never 100% efficient.

SIE14044: Science in Focus: Energy - Understanding Energy
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Credit Hours: 1

Energy lights our homes, fuels our transportation systems, and much more, but affordable energy is in limited supply. This workshop for elementary and middle school science teachers was produced by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. It provides a model lesson that takes a look at the global impact of the limits of our energy sources and examines how being smart about using energy will become more and more important in our daily lives.

SIE14045: Science in Focus: Force and Motion - Making an Impact
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Credit Hours: 1

This workshop for elementary and middle school science teachers was produced by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. It provides a model lesson that introduces the concepts of force and motion as seventh-grade students drop balls to simulate asteroid impacts. The students explore what factors affect the size of a resulting crater by varying the ball’s mass, the height from which it is dropped, and the material being struck. They also learn about data collection and units of measurement.

SIE14046: Science in Focus: Force and Motion - Drag Races
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Credit Hours: 1

This workshop for elementary and middle school science teachers was produced by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. It provides a model lesson that facilitates fifth-grade students' exploration of the physics of motion using plastic cars with strings and washers attached to provide a pulling force. The students test the speed of the vehicles and explain what forces bring the vehicles to a stop when the cars collide with and displace barriers at the end of their run. Finally, the students discuss their findings to help solidify their understanding of the effect of forces on motion.

SIE14047: Science in Focus: Force and Motion - When Rubber Meets the Road
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Credit Hours: 1

This workshop for elementary and middle school science teachers was produced by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. It provides a model lesson that allows fifth-grade students to explore force and motion by recording and comparing the distance a vehicle travels under various conditions. Students predict the distance the car will travel by counting the number of twists in the rubber band, and observe the car’s speed as it rolls across the floor. When the force of the rubber band stops acting, the force of friction slows the car to a stop.

SIE14048: Science in Focus: Force and Motion - On a Roll
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Credit Hours: 1

This workshop for elementary and middle school science teachers was produced by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. It provides a model lesson that features first-grade students rolling balls of different sizes, masses, and materials down ramps of varying heights in order to compare their speeds. The students then experiment by replacing the ramp with a cardboard tube, and try to determine how the tube must be oriented to allow the ball to roll as it did down the ramp.

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