Eugenides Foundation

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The Deutsches Museum Bonn

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KGSD – KGS Donatusschule – CITY OF BONN

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Gränsskolan School – Haparanda Kommun

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SCIOX- Science Oxford

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CNAM – Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers – Musée des arts et métiers

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Experimentarium

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Techmania Science Center

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NEMO – National Centre for Science and Technology Foundation

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Teknikens Hus

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Fondazione Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci

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Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem

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Biomedical

How can we measure the volume of an inflated balloon? From medical problem to engineering solution

This unit is designed for families with children from the age of 8 and / or pupils in the 4-6th grade

The workshopHow can we measure the volume of an inflated balloon? From medical problem to engineering solution – will broaden participants’ awareness on how engineers work. In this workshop we will specifically look at biomedical engineering through a relevant scenario, which provides  participants with a challenge to develop and designing a biomedical instrument for measuring exhalation volume. The participants will “Ask” and gather information through scientific experiments and then, working in small groups, each group will “Imagine” possible  solutions, “Plan”, “Create” and ” Improve” on  solutions originally suggested.

The specific science aspects that are taught in this workshop are “the respiratory system” and “measuring volume”.

 

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The trainings handbooks are intended for educators and teachers who are preparing to train teachers for one or more ENGINEER units. Each handbook will need the accompanying teacher guide.

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