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BRAINBOX - HEAT LAB

A STEAM project where students learn:

Curriculum Learning Activities
SCIENCE Real world experimental design and data collection
TECHNOLOGY Use technology for diagnosis and/or analysis of materials
ART Record, document and publish a multi-media history of the project
ENGINEERING How to test how heat processing may affect probability of a dice roll.
MATHEMATICS Evaluation, prototyping and improvement guided by authentic data & improved understanding

The trials for this HEAT experiment may be performed in parallel with other workshop activities if necessary. Full data should be recorded for each trial. Scheduled documentation updates (say every 15 minutes) is recommended.

GETTING STARTED:

STUDENTS & TEACHERS SHOULD FIRST COMPLETE THE HEAT QUIZ BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH ACTIVITIES ON THIS PAGE.

THEN, CLICK HERE & VIEW THE TWO SHORT VIDEOS ABOUT HEAT

IF ALL ELSE FAILS: “I will admit that engineering is my weak area of STEM, but if I expect my students to be uncomfortable while learning, then so must I!” Darci J Harland


FRAMES OF REFERENCE:

What is a 'frame of reference'... and why is it important?:

The 'fact' is that any understanding of science requires an understanding of 'frames of reference'.

How our frame of reference affects the way we see the world:

Video 1: Frames Of Reference

 
 
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