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Introduction to Nanotechnology/ Nanoscience. The 5 Ws. WHO. Majors in Chemistry Physics Biology Biotechnology Engineering & Technology. High School Students @ their high schools Students from other colleges during Summer School . WHAT.

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WHO

Majors in

Chemistry

Physics

Biology

Biotechnology

Engineering & Technology

High School Students @ their high schools

Students from other colleges during Summer School

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WHAT

Introduction to Nanotechnology2 Credits 1 Lecture 2 Laboratory

Topics

Size & ScaleElectrical Properties of MaterialsQuantum EffectsBiosensorsTours Nanofabrication Facility - PSU Local Industry

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More WHAT

  • Apply Concepts of Cognitive Science
  • Heavy use of Hands-on Activities
  • Use the Manufacturing Learning Module and the Engineering Learning Cycle

Application

Exploration

Dialog

critical parts of learning cycle
Critical Parts of Learning Cycle
  • Exploration - new concepts should be introduced with minimum explanation and allow students to “construct” basic concepts

Application

Exploration

Dialog

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Critical Parts of Learning Cycle

  • Dialog - present theory, standard terminology, and ideas in relation to what students have done in the exploration. The dialog can extend the basic concepts to the more complex leading to either an application or another exploration.

Application

Exploration

Dialog

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Critical Parts of Learning Cycle
  • Application - This section of the cycle presents a problem typical of an industrial situation for the student to solve or develop deeper knowledge

Application

Exploration

Dialog

where
WHERE

Course will be packaged to offer on campus or at local high schools and Career Technical Centers Under the CCAC Dual Enrollment Program

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When

The first offering is scheduled for Summer 2004 on campus at CCAC.

Engineering Technology Department

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WHY

The course will hopefully interest and attract students from many disciplines to the Nanofabrication Certificate and Degree Program

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Dr. Pearley Cunningham CCAC 1750 Clairton Road West Mifflin, PA 15122

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