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This is the portal for The Concord Consortium, a nonprofit research and development corporation dedicated to transforming education through technology. The consortium develops, tests, and disseminates materials for STEM education. Scaffolded simulations and animations are available for teachers and learners. Researchers will find publications on the use of modeling/simulation, online learning, online assessment, and the impact of mobile computing. Hundreds of interactive resources are available, many of which focus on the molecular basis of common phenomena.

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- Atomic Physics
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- Engineering
- Environmental Science
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= Problem/Problem Set
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STEM research, atom simulations, atomic simulations, atomic structure, atomic/molecular, collection, education research, molecular simulations, molecular structure, molecule simulations, online learning research
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Topic: Particles and Interactions and the Standard Model
Unit Title: Matter and Interactions

This is the portal for The Concord Consortium, a nonprofit research and development corporation dedicated to transforming education through technology. Hundreds of interactive resources are available, many of which focus on the molecular basis of common phenomena. Resources include publications on the use of modeling, online learning and assessment, and the impact of mobile computing.

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Topic: Particles and Interactions and the Standard Model
Unit Title: Teaching Nanoscale Science

This is the portal for The Concord Consortium, a nonprofit research and development corporation dedicated to transforming education through technology. Hundreds of interactive resources are available, many of which focus on the molecular basis of common phenomena. Resources include publications on the use of modeling, online learning, and assessment.

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