Category Archives: Depth of Knowledge

Suspension Workshop

Suspension Workshop Alexander Aptekar Architectural Technology & Library / LEARNING PLACES: UNDERSTANDING THE CITY Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity In this workshop, you will work in teams and groups of teams to create a model suspension … Continue reading

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What Is True/What Is Fake? Journalism Today

What Is True/What Is Fake? Journalism Today Aaron Barlow English/Arts & Sciences Introduction to Journalism Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity Relation of a story by the professor about an encounter with an elephant (though it can … Continue reading

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Editorial Illustration Part 1 – Project Research

Editorial Illustration Part 1 – Project Research Sara Woolley Gómez Communication Design Illustration 1 Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity This activity is the introductory assignment of a scaffolded project, in which students create an Editorial Illustration … Continue reading

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The ethical issue of biomedical engineering

The ethical issue of biomedical engineering Chen Xu Computer Engineering Technology BMET1101 Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity In BMET1101, Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Technology, different subareas of biomedical engineering are introduced. Discuss the new development of … Continue reading

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Jeopardy review game

Jeopardy review game Viviana Acquaviva Physics PHYS 1118 (Astronomy II) Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity I created a few Jeopardy games to do in-class review for the midterm and final exams; this is an example of … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Business Analysis

Brooklyn Business Analysis Rachel Raskin Business/ School of Professional Studies ACC 1201 – Principles of Accounting II Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity The class will be divided into groups of 4-5 students. Each group will choose … Continue reading

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Government Concepts Explained with Photos from Brooklyn

Government Concepts Explained with Photos from Brooklyn M. Victoria Pérez-Ríos Social Science/Arts and Science GOV 1101 American Government Spring 2016 Perez-Rios Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity A multiple-step assignment that incorporates open access technology used in … Continue reading

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