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The Molecular Logic Database is designed to provide teachers and students with easy access to our model-based activities. The activities are derived largely, but not entirely, from projects of the Concord Consortium sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The models are primarily of interactions of atoms and molecules, or rule-based genetics.

The model-based activities are presented in a variety of sizes, styles, and degrees of teacher support, but a subset of Stepping Stones (See Overview of Stepping Stones) has been built to provide entries to larger domains. All activities are accompanied by:

  • colored icons to indicate degree of support
  • technological requirements
  • links to concepts and disciplines
  • links to standards
  • links to some textbooks

Activities can be accessed by typing an activity number in the field Jump to Activity at top right. Both Teacher Views and Student Views are available.

Note: This database is in development. Only some activities are fully developed; others are "starter models" awaiting further development.  Most are being revised. We have tried to indicate their different status with icons.


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Last Update: 12/07/2015 Maintainer: CC Web Team (webmaster@concord.org)
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These materials are based upon work supported
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