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  • Amazing Space Teaching Tools: Black Holes - Resources for classroom use; from the Space Telescope Science Institute: features an online exploration, a page on myths vs. realities, and materials about astronomers' observations of the galaxy Centaurus A.
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  • Black Holes - Basic ideas of black hole physics, plus some more advanced material about astrophysical and quantum-gravity aspects; based on lectures given as part of a course "Foundations of Physics I" by Gabor Kunstatter at the University of Winnipeg in 2002.
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  • Black Holes to Blackboards: God Divided by Zero - Text written by a high school teacher about simple ways to teach the basic concepts of black hole physics.
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  • Black Holes: Fact and Fiction - Selected talks (slides and audio) from a 1999 Teachers Educational Forum on black holes at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (UCSB); topics: black hole basics, astrophysical aspects, how to build a black hole in your classroom, and the relation with string theory.
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  • Information and Activity Books - From the Teacher's Corner of NASA's "Imagine the Universe!" website; includes posters, presentations and instructions for building a model of a specific kind of black hole.
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  • Ted Bunn's Black Hole FAQ - List of questions that explore the basic properties of black holes (such as what happens when you fall in, or how a black hole evaporates).
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  • Universe Forum: Black Holes - Materials about black holes from the national center for teaching and learning about the structure and evolution of the universe; sponsored by NASA and created by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
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