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Magic Glove - Sensors on every finger

The students build and use a glove with a different sensor on each finger. This allows them to carry out different experiments and use the “magic” glove to measure temperature, brightness, humidity etc. All they have to do is to select the desired sensor.

The teaching unit is taken from the brochure Coding in STEM Education from the topic ‘Environment 4.0’. The complete brochure can be ordered free of


Science Friction - Who codes the shortest stopping distance?

Friction is a very important force in everyday life and is taught in physics at both middle school and high school level. However, traditional experiments related to this topic are limited and not so much fun. “Science Friction” turns the exploration of friction into a exciting group which involves bulding and fine-tuning a car, programming an Arduino microcontroller to measure instantaneous speed and stopping


Science Magic Box - From sensor to actuator

The students will learn how to program for a self-built hardware-software enviroment (based on Arduino) and for a ready-to-use pocket computer (TI-Nspire CX CAS calculator with its extension, the TI-Innovator Hub). Both are used as devices for sensor data collection, conversion and transduction to easily handle, read, convert and actuate physical quantities.

The teaching unit is taken from the brochure Coding in


Discover natural scientific phenomena in the Kitchen (Lilu’s House)


Which sort of bread do people eat in foreign countries? Why do you need yeast to make dough rise? Where is our numeral system from? With simple bread recipes children explore new culinary traditions and languages of other countries as well as the physics of yeast-dough. The kitchen offers children various opportunities for inquiry-based learning while simultaneously training their skills in speaking,

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