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Solving a Simple Maze
Lesson focuses on algorithmic thinking and programming. Make the students aware of the beauty of simple algorithms and t…
Search Engines
Lesson focuses on exploring how the development of search engines has revolutionized Internet. Students work in teams to…
Fun with Sorting
The lesson focuses on introducing the fundamental problem of “sorting an array” to pre-university students.…
Solving Problems with Decision Trees
This lesson focuses on how computing decision trees are used to specify and solve problems.…
Complexity -- It's Simple
This lesson allows students to playfully understand algorithms and complexity.…
Choose Your Best Way
Lesson focuses on how mathematic models help to solve real problems and are realized in computers. Students work in team…
Fun with Speedboats
Lesson focuses on how engineers and ship designers have developed boats with a goal of breaking a water speed record. St…
Radio Reception and Transmission
Lesson explores the electronics behind radio, and its impact on society. Students work in teams to build and test a radi…
Can You Copperplate?
Lesson explores chemical engineering and explores how the processes of chemical plating and electroplating have impacted…
Planting with Precision
Lesson explores agricultural and engineering and challenges students to engineer a system out of everyday materials that…

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