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05.03.2021 16:00-17:00 eu

Webinar “Paper Circuits”

Webinar aimed at primary school teachers.

In this webinar, we bring some ideas and resources on how to build paper circuits and use them to teach/learn curricular content, in primary school. Either at school or in online teaching, you can challenge your students for creative, cheap and bright hands-on projects. Grab some copper tape, LEDs and batteries, join us and unleash your imagination. 

Please be aware of your time zone, the webinar is 16:00-17:00 CET (Berlin time).


09.03.2021 15:00-16:00 eu

Webinar “Infection Detective - Inquiry-based learning through simulation games for primary school”

In light of COVID-19, we created a novel simulation game, to explain exponential growth in disease spread. The simulation game is an open educational resource for children to reflect on how tests and isolation can be applied to stop contagious diseases. We want to share how this online game was developed and how we developed teaching material for inquiry-based learning on top of it. The audience gets to try the game and some of the teaching material.

Please be aware of your time zone, the

11.03.2021 16:00-17:30 eu

Physics with Arduino: Science Magic Box

How can you implement programming with Arduino into physics teaching? You could build your own physics lab. In this webinar you learn with practical examples for teachers how to process and convert physical quantities using an Arduino and externals sensors. You get an insight into the structure of Arduino code and how to use it on a real Arduino.

All this can also be done in online remote teaching and in the webinar you will learn about and test some simulators and online tools.

To be able

16.03.2021 16:30-17:30 eu

Webinar “Correcting exercises? I can’t be bothered with that.”

Motivating exercises are essential to successful teaching and to consolidate what has been learned. Classical exercise formats, however, often require time-consuming correction. Interactive tasks make this easier for teachers and are also a lot of fun.

This webinar is aimed at beginners who want to learn the use of interactive tasks using h5p and who want to create their own applications. No previous knowledge is needed. It would be helpful if you could register in advance to the website

30.03.2021 17:00-18:00 eu

Webinar “It’s not magic, it’s science you don’t see! Part II”

Another exciting selection of magic "tricks" with David, Paul and Adrian, which are demonstrations of hidden science. Use them as introductions to topics or simply as puzzles for students to solve. It is important, as in all science, to observe carefully and ask the right questions if you want the correct answers!

If you have your own favourite "magic" you would like to demonstrate for others please contact David (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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