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Spectral Sounds: Investigating the spectrum of sound & wave phenomena (iStage 2)

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Music is popular with nearly every student and many of them even know how to play an instrument themselves. The teaching unit ‘Spectral Sounds’ uses music to help students investigate wave phenomena and behaviour in physics and science. Using microphones and apps of their smartphones as well as various musical instruments the students visualise acoustics and measure and analyse the recorded spectrums of

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Noise Pollution: Experimental measurement of sound levels and qualitative analysis (iStage 2)

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We face it everyday: noise. The teaching unit ‘Noise Pollution’ aims at sentisising students for the noise level of their school environment.

For the measurement they use the microphones and apps of their smartphones and try different approaches, including Inquiry Based Learning. The students will have to design the process of their research and specify the methodology they will follow in order to

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Coloured Chemistry with Smartphones: Test the Beer-Lambert Law with blue copper solution (iStage 2)

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When copper gets dissolved in an aqueous solution of nitric acid, the solution is turning blue. The more copper is added the more intensive gets the colour. But how can you figure out how much copper was used exactly by only looking at the colour?

The teaching unit ‘How deep ist Your Blue? – Coloured Chemistry with Smartphones’ shows how students can use the smartphone to determine the precise

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Measuring the World around us: Classic vs modern tools of measuring distances and heights (iStage 2)

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How tall is the skyscraper that rises up high above our heads, how high the mountain we are climbing at or the TV tower sending around signals in all directions?

The teaching unit ‘Measuring the world around us’ shows how distances and hights can easily be measured by means of simple reasoning and clever Smartphone-Apps when you are outdoors and do not have a ruler or measuring tape with you.

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