# Teaching Activities

# Resource Type: Activities

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Chemical Kinetics lab

Bhavna Rawal, Lonestar community college, chemistry

"Iodine Clock" refers to a group of reactions which involve the mixing of two colorless solutions to produce a solution which remains colorless for a precise amount of time, then suddenly changes to a ...

Subject: Chemistry

Optimal Wing Profile Design

Yong Suh, California State University-Sacramento

The mechanism of how an aircraft flies is a complex problem. One of the most well-known facts is that the profile of the wings creates a buoyancy force due to pressure differences caused by the air flows through ...

Subject: Engineering

Numerical Simulation Basics: Accuracy and Model Validation for a Finite-difference Equation

Jim Boyle, Western Connecticut State University

This activity teaches students a few of the basic concepts for numerical simulation of physical systems by modeling the simple and well-known problem of free-fall. The recursion relation for the finite-difference ...

Subject: Geoscience

Wordle GUI Application

Sarah Patterson, Virginia Military Institute

We will introduce a project in which students will use Matlab to create a Wordle game GUI application. In this project, students will need to complete a series of tasks in MATLAB, such as data management, GUI ...

Subject: Computer Science, Mathematics

Loops and Applications

Dong Zhou, California State University-Los Angeles

This is a lecture that introduces students to loops in MATLAB (for, while) and some applications (calculating a finite series, creating animation with loops). In the after class assignment, students are asked to ...

Subject: Mathematics

Interactive Calculus

Muhammad Akhtar, El Paso Community College

In this assignment, students will develop a calculus application in MATLAB that can perform the following tasks:1. Input Function: Prompt the user to enter a mathematical function in a single variable, x.2. ...

Subject: Mathematics, Computer Science

The zeroes of a function and optimization

Kossi Edoh, North Carolina A & T State University

Students will determine the zeros of a function using bisection, Newton's, secant, and inverse quadratic interpolation methods. Replace zero with other values and solve a similar problem. Use the methods to ...

Subject: Mathematics

Creating Modules for Health Sciences in a Precalculus Course

Ahlam Tannouri, Morgan State University

Goal: development of a set a modules intended to introduce Data Science in a precalculus course mainly for Health Science.

Subject: Chemistry, Engineering, Health Sciences, Environmental Science, Computer Science, Biology

Data Visualization and Phase Identification through Stacked Plots

Sujat Sen, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

In this classroom activity, students will take experimentally collected powder X-Ray diffraction (XRD) data they have acquired from a laboratory exercise and plot it collectively as a stacked plot against known ...

Subject: Chemistry

Physico-chemical Oceanographic data analysis

Most Israt Jahan Mili, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

This activity is a part of the course that can be used for either physical oceanography (CTD data profiling) or chemical oceanography lab exercise. This is included with the real-time field sampling data that was ...

Subject: Environmental Science