QuarkNet Data Portfolio
A collection of proven instructional activities developed around data strands that help students develop an understanding about how scientists make discoveries.
The Data Portfolio organizes activities by data strand and level of student engagement. Activities differ in complexity and sophistication—tasks in Level 1 are simpler than those in Levels 2 and 3. While each level can be explored individually, students that start in one level and progress to more complex levels experience increasingly engaging and challenging tasks. Teachers select activities to offer a learning experience of an appropriate length and level for their students.
A collection of proven instructional activities developed around data strands that help students develop an understanding about how scientists make discoveries.
The Data Portfolio organizes activities by data strand and level of student engagement. Activities differ in complexity and sophistication—tasks in Level 1 are simpler than those in Levels 2 and 3. While each level can be explored individually, students that start in one level and progress to more complex levels experience increasingly engaging and challenging tasks. Teachers select activities to offer a learning experience of an appropriate length and level for their students.
Activity Name  Data Strand  Level  Curriculum Topics  NGSS Practices  Topic  

CMS eLab Students have an opportunity to learn how to analyze data to calibrate the CMS detector and participate in discovery science (as particle physicists do). 

Calculate the Top Quark Mass Students use conservation laws and vector addition to calculate the top mass from event displays. 

Quark Workbench 2D/3D Students use Standard Model rules to build hadrons and mesons from quarks. 

Cosmic Ray eLab Students experience the excitement of scientific collaboration in this series of investigations into highenergy cosmic rays. 

ATLAS Zpath Masterclass Students are physicists for a day at a university or lab where they work with physiists to how to analyze real particle physics data in the form of event displays.


Calculate the Z Mass Students use conservation laws and vector addition to calculate the Z mass from event displays. 
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