From time to
time, our site will post real-world scenario-based science
investigations for your use. They follow a structure we call the Total
Engagement Learning System (TELS). Please
let us know what you think of them.
Independant Investigations - Activities created by the EBS Institute
for the use of teachers.
- Saving the Inlet- A
real-world investigation of beach erosion and prevention .
Remote Sensing - Ten
scenario-based investigations that support specific Event-Based Science
modules but are also available free to everyone.
Remote Sensing -
NASA funded activities.
Investigations - Activities created in cooperation with other
educational institutions, foundations, and government agencies.
- Managing a Pest - A real-world Integrated Pest Management activity
created in collaboration with Penn State University.
- Cover Your Bases -
Fifteen math and science activities that use baseball as their
real-world context. These activities were created in collaboration with
the Cal Ripken, Jr. Foundation.
Finding a Match - A simulated blood typing activity in the
context of organ donation is part of a program called Decision:
Donation—A School Program that Gives the Gift of Life Kit. This educational program was created in
collaboration with the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and
the McKenzie Group. Although it is no longer available from HHS, a pdf of the activity is available here. To obtain a Teachers Guide for the activity click here.
designed to be used with on-line interactive tutors created by Quantum
Simulations™.They will also work as the stand-alone activities that
Combustion - A real-world Equation
Metric Units - A real-world Metric
Death on the Road - A real-world Percentage activity
Cosmic Distances - A
(principal author of the Event-Based Science series) has also developed
65 Scenario-Based Investigations that accompany a new middle-school
science program published by Pearson.
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