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The Right Lighting is Important ...
Fatigue-free work and keeping eyes healthy studied with the help of physics, mathematics and computer science
Publisher: T³ Europe
Editor: Ian Galloway, Christine Buerki
Author: Roland Seidel
Topic: Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science
Tags: SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being, SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy, SDG 13: Climate Action, Sustainability
A Healthy Classroom
Classrooms are mini-ecosystem with own climate. Learn about the latency of environmental factors, like temperature, humidity, and air quality. Implement an automated environmental measureme…
Author: Veit Berger, Hans-Martin Hilbig
Tags: SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being, SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities, SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production, CO2, Sustainability
Rover, a Sm@rt Wheelchair
Developing a robotic prototype for controlling the movement of an electric wheelchair, only with head movements.
Author: Alexandre Gomes
Topic: Mathematics, STEM
Tags: SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities, SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production, SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being, Coding, Sustainability
Modelling Increase in Rainfall with Temperature
Rise in global temperature will lead to increase in rainfall. Thermodynamics helps to predict the future.
Author: Ian Galloway
Topic: Physics, STEM, Mathematics
Tags: Pressure, Temperature, Rain, Sustainability, SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation, SDG 13: Climate Action
Mathematics in Motion
Modelling things in motion – with some smart TI-Nspire mathematical tools
Publisher: Texas Instruments UK
Author: Linda Tetlow, Ian Galloway, Adrian Oldknow
Tags: Modelling, Data, Calculus, Velocity
Different mathematical approaches used by computer programmers to create and manipulate images
Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science
Using Real World Data
Curriculum opportunities in both mathematics and science and also to cross-curricular dimensions: healthy lifestyles; global dimension and sustainable development; technology and the media;…
Capturing Data: Modelling and Interpretation
Reallife contexts, curriculum opportunities and cross-curricular dimensions
Estimating the Earth’s Albedo
Earth’s albedo determines amount of solar radiation reflected by Earth’s surface. Carry out a lab exercise to measure Earth’s albedo using a light pro and coloured paper to resemble differe…
Author: Armando Severino
Topic: Mathematics, Physics
Tags: Data collection, Sustainability, Climate Change, SDG 13: Climate Action, SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
It's a Sticking Point
Learn about Amontons’ two laws and find out why weight is not thrown forwards when stopping. We will discuss Jeremy Clarkson’s erroneous views on stopping distances and use TI STEM technolo…
Topic: Physics, STEM
Tags: Acceleration, Data collection, Dynamic Systems, Newton's law, Physics, Test of hypothesis, TI-Innovator Rover
Closing remarks Sharing Inspiration 2019
Closing remarks bringing to an end 4 days of intense discussion and debate. One day spent at the Jacques Delors building with policy makers and the next three with educators in the Crowne…
Tags: Equations, Sharing Inspiration 2019
Are Mathematical and Scientific Models different?
Using the fitting of curves to cables this activity examines the nature of scientific and mathematical modeling. Either student instruction or CPD for professionals.
Tags: Modelling, Parabola, Physics, Quadratic, Software, Tangent, Vector calculus
An European TI-Nspire Science Pilot 2012
The TI-Nspire Lab Cradle - a solution to investigate work in science supporting students' understanding through the use of technology
Editor: Ian Galloway
Author: T³ Europe, Abdel Yazi, Armando Severino, Cathy Baars, Fernanda Neri, Fiona Dickens, Frank Liebner, Jean-Louis Balas, Lee Fox, Olivier Douvere, Petra Ryrstedt, Sanja Herrström
Topic: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, STEM
Tags: STEM, Temperature, Time, Physics
The Bungee Jumper: a simple mathematical model
Exploring the energy transfers as a bungee jumper falls by considering each of the three stores (kinetic, gravitational and elastic) as a function of x and then summing.
Tags: Acceleration, Algebra, Dynamic Simulations, Functions, Mathematical thinking, Mechanics, Modelling, Physics, Sharing Inspiration 2019, Stochastics, Sustainability
Closing remarks for Sharing Inspiration 2017
Closing comments and taking our ideas forward
Tags: Computer Algebra, Limit, Sharing Inspiration 2017, STEM
A Lunar Ellipse
Students consider the question "What is the shape of the curve forming the terminator of the crescent moon?" They then calculate the area of the crescent and graph its variation over one m…
Tags: 3D Geometry, Coding, Algebra, Randomness, Angles, STEM, Area, T3, Ellipse, TI-Innovator, Frequency, Modelling, Physics, Sine
Time of Death
Collect temperature data and use an exponential model to estimate time of death.
Editor: Barrie Galpin
Ice and Salt
Use a temperature probe to investigate the effect of adding salt to a water/ice mixture.
Tags: Physics, Data collection, Sustainability
Motion data from weighted cones shows air resistance varies as the square of terminal speed
Investigating magnetic fields
Use a voltage probe to investigate em induction when a magnet passes through a coil of wire.