1. Gauss’s Law for electrostatic fields and Maxwell’s first equation. | Low: By the end of this chapter students are expected to **explain** Maxwell’s first equation and its implications. | Conference, Self-assessment | A quiz Presentation, Case study |

Medium: By the end of this chapter students will be able to **apply** Maxwell’s first equation to solve real-world physics problems. | Self-assessment quiz, Question and answer, I am in the fog about … | Exam problem, Quiz |

High: By the end of this chapter students are expected to **design** a basic static charge dust collector using Maxwell’s first equation. | Chart it out, Concept map | Group project (2-3 students), A term paper Project report |

2. Gauss’s Law for magnetostatic fields and Maxwell’s second equation. | Low: By the end of this chapter students will be able to **discuss** the practical implications of Maxwell’s second equation. | Discussion, Conference | Short presentation, Quiz, Short essay |

Medium: By the end of this chapter students will be able to **solve** problems related to Maxwell’s second equation. | Self-assessment quiz, I am in the fog about, Operation outline | Exam questions, Quizzes |

High: By the end of this chapter students will be able to **create** a computer software model of Earth’s magnetic system. | Chart it out, Ticket out the door, Concept map | Problem based project, Research report, Research paper |

3. Faraday’s Law for time-varying electric fields and Maxwell’s third equation. | Low: By the end of this chapter students are expected to **describe** Faraday’s law and its implications. | Discussion, Conference | Quiz Short, presentation |

Medium: Upon completing this chapter students are expected to **compute** values for real-world problems based on Faraday’s law. | Self-assessment quiz, I am in the fog about, Operation outline | Exam questions, Quizzes |

High: By the end of this chapter students will be able to **build** an electromagnetic inductor to **demonstrate** Faraday’s law. | Ticket out the door, Concept map | Experiment, Prototype building |

4. Ampere’s Law for time-varying electromagnetic fields and Maxwell’s fourth equation. | Low: By the end of this chapter students are able to **define** Ampere’s law and its implications. | Ticket out the door | Presentation, Short quiz answers, Short essay |

Medium: By the end of this chapter students are able to **calculate** values for a real-world application using Ampere’s law. | Self-assessment quiz, I am in a fog about, Question and answer | Exam questions, Quizzes |

High: by the end of this chapter students are expected to **construct** an electromagnet with given specifications based on Ampere’s law. | Conference, Ticket out the door, Concept map | Short project, Live demonstration, Presentation of a prototype |

5. Plane wave solution. | Low: By the end of this chapter students are able to **state** the plane wave solution. | Ticket out the door | Presentation, Short essay, Short quiz |

Medium: By the end of this chapter students are able to **manipulate** the plane wave solution and apply it in a real-world problem. | Self-assessment quiz, Questions and answers, Operations outline | Exam questions, Quizzes |

High: By the end of this chapter students will be able to **synthesize** plane wave electromagnetic propagation in computer software. | Chart it out, Ticket out the door, Concept map | Project, Demonstration, Video presentation |

6. Poynting theory, electromagnetic power, basic electromagnetic radiation principles, and their applications. | Low: By the end of this chapter students will be able to **identify** the appropriate concepts used in real-world EM wave propagation applications. | Ticket out the door, Discussion | Presentation, Essay |

Medium: By the end of this chapter students will be able to **analyze** the real-world EM applications using appropriate concepts. | Self-assessment quiz, I am in the fog about, Operations outline | Exam questions, Long answer quizzes, Summary paper |

High: By the end of this chapter students are expected to **integrate** EM concepts and **implement** a solution to a real-world problem. | Conference, I am in the fog about, Concept map | Prototype building, Video presentation, Term paper, Presentation |