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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Cluster

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CIMC supports instructors and programs in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics career cluster by providing a variety of instructional materials, ranging from career exploration to occupational preparation. Some of our related resources are featured below. Many others are available. To learn more, or to order any of these materials, contact our customer service department at 800.654.4502 or by e-mail, or use our online catalog.

 

Technology Learning Activities

tlacovers.jpgCIMC has several new and updated Technology Learning Activities available.

Environmental Technologies explores issues impacting the environment and related technologies. Topics include climate change, energy alternatives, green construction, and more. The climate change lesson is provided as a free sample to download.

Climate Change (PDF file, 4.5 MB)

The Science and Technology of Food looks at acids and bases, turning food to energy, preservation techniques, food security, enzymes and more. Lesson four, "Eating Healthy," is available as a free sample.

Eating Healthy (PDF file, 5.34 MB)

Multimedia includes information about photography, simple animations, video, presentations, desktop publishing and more. The lesson on digital imaging and photography is presented in this sample.

Digital Imaging and Photography (PDF file, 6.44 MB)

Safety Design Briefs is a revision of our previous curriculum, with the addition of new tools. Tools covered in Safety Design Briefs include the air nailer, band saw, belt sander, biscuit joiner, circular saw, Dremel® Rotary Tool, drill press, jigsaw, jointer, portable drill, router, scroll saw, sliding compound miter saw, table saw, and wood lathe. Basic lab safety is also covered. We are providing the lesson on the air nailer as a free sample.

Air Nailer (PDF file, 2.6 MB)

Structural Engineering is a revision of our existing curriculum and provides updated activities and information. Measurement, engineering, disasters, and more are covered. Lesson one, "Measuring," is provided as a sample.

Measuring (PDF file, 7.31 MB)

Aerospace and Flight is a revision of our previous curriculum with new and enhanced activities, websites, and information. Topics covered include history and theory of flight, Bernoulli's principle, space travel, and more. Lesson two, "Theory of Flight," is our free sample.

Theory of Flight (PDF file, 5.86 MB)

Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources is an introduction to agricultural products and processes. Information is provided on food processing, plant science, animal science, natural resources, and more. The lesson on food products and processing is provided here.

Food Products and Processing Systems (PDF file, 5.22 MB)

 

Introduction to Natural Resources

natresources.jpgIntroduction to Natural Resources is designed for secondary students who are interested in learning about renewable and nonrenewable natural resources, how we can protect our environment, and the various careers and technologies available in the natural resources area. Unit topics include: outdoor safety and first aid, natural resources and conservation, water resource management, land management, air resource management, energy resources, forestry, wildlife management, wildlife habitats, and outdoor recreation.

Introduction to Natural Resources covers the Science and Math pathways in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics cluster.

 

Math Concepts for Welding

mathwelding.jpgThis CD was designed for use with our Welding Series. Lessons and test items included on the CD can be used for student review and assessment. Math Concepts for Welding helps show students the relevance of taking advanced math courses in high school, and shows where advanced math concepts are taught and applied by students in welding programs.

Math Concepts for Welding covers the Science and Math pathways in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics cluster.