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Eurkeafest - Natick High School, Natick Massachusetts Recorded on June 21, 2013
Eurekafest - LEARN Science and Math Club, Kansas City, Missouri Recorded on June 21, 2013
Eurekafest - John P. Stevens High School, Edison, New Jersey Recorded on June 21, 2013
Eurekafest - Newton North High School, Newton, Massachusetts Recorded on June 21, 2013
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Eurekafest - Henry M. Gunn High School, Palo Alto, California Recorded on June 21, 2013
Eurekafest - Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders, Austin, Texas Recorded on June 21, 2013
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Eurekafest - St. Ursula Academy, Toledo, Ohio Recorded on June 21, 2013
In this video, Professor Eric Klopfer expands on his use of the constructivist approach in teaching the MIT course 11.124 Introduction to Education: Looking Forward and Looking Back on Education.
In this video, Professor Eric Klopfer discusses the current events assignment from his MIT class, 11.124 Introduction to Education . He focuses on why he introduced the assignment and how the online and in-class components complemented each other.
MIT students typically have very strong backgrounds in science and math, and students in this course are no exception. In this video, Professor Eric Klopfer describes how the students' backgrounds and personal educational experiences present both advantages and ...
In this video, two students share their thoughts on the online component of the course's current events and chapter readings assignments.
Description: This lecture covers potential minor-loop stability problems, slow roll-off compensation, and compensation that includes a zero with a demonstration of improvement with capacitive loading. Instructor: James K. Roberge
Description: This lecture covers required types of loop transmissions and nonlinearities, confirmation by Bode and root-locus analysis, nonlinear compensation, and demonstrations of a conditionally-stable system with a saturating nonlinearity and a system with a dead zone. Instructor: James K. ...