About this project
Who? What? Why? How?
Who developed these exercises?
"Neutrinos in the Classroom" was developed by a collaboration of high school teachers and research physicists from the MINERvA
- Mr. Paul Conrow, East High School, Rochester, New York.
- Prof. Richard Gran, University of Minnesota, Duluth, Minnesota.
- Ms. Carol Hoffman, Hilton Central School District, Hilton, New York.
- Ms. Jackie Kitchenhoff, Northland High School, Remer, Minnesota.
- Prof. Kevin McFarland, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York.
- Ms. Margie Menzies, Harbor City International School, Duluth, Minnesota.
- Mr. Jeffrey Paradis, Rush-Henrietta Central School District, Henrietta, New York.
- Ms. Laurie Peslak, Rush-Henrietta Central School District, Henrietta, New York.
- Mr. Paul Sedita, Canadaigua Academy, Canadaigua, New York.
- Prof. Nathaniel Tagg, Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio.
Why did we make this?
Who can you contact with questions?
For help with this material, to arrange a meeting between physicists
and your classroom over video link, or to give us feedback on these exercises, please send email to:
How was Arachne developed?
was developed by Nathaniel Tagg
at Otterbein University
, with the help of several undergraduate students
. This work was supported the National Science Foundation under Award 0855429
Where can I get the teacher's guide?
The Teacher's Guide for much of this site is available in multiple formats:
Other supplimentary documents can all be found
at this link