Resources

MEI logo MEI resources (For A Level Mechanics) 3 August, 2016 - Teacher guide This comprehensive resource provides guidance on how to use the Dynakar in the following investigations: finding the resistance force acting on the Dynakar, rolling a Dynkar uphill and Galileo’s experiment. It is accompanied by three worksheets for students to use: 1. Finding the Resistance Force Acting on the Dynakar Worksheet 2. Rolling the Dynakar […]
S6028 standard weather station v2 Investigating air quality throughout the school day 3 August, 2016 - Investigating air quality throughout the school day You can use our wide variety of atmospheric sensors to monitor how the air quality changes depending on different variables Equipment needed: Choose from the selection of sensors listed below (the more sensors you use the better quality result you will get) Carbon dioxide sensor,  carbon monoxide sensor,  nitric […]
Investigation Icon Investigating the effect of air resistance on acceleration with the Dynakar 3 August, 2016 - Dynakar Effect of Air Resistance on Acceleration This experiment explores the relationship between acceleration and air resistance. The main piece of equipment used in this investigation, the Dynakar, has been designed specifically for this kind of investigation. Equipment needed: A Dynakar Dynakar 3 Metre Track (The 1 metre track can be used though the results will […]
dynakar 1 Investigating motion with the Dynakar 3 August, 2016 - Dynakar investigating motion This experiment is a fun way to investigate the relationship between speed, time, distance, and acceleration. The main piece of equipment used in this investigation, the Dynakar, has been designed specifically for this kind of investigation. Equipment needed: A Dynakar Dynakar 3 Metre Track (The 1 metre track can be used though the […]
Sound sensor setup Understanding Sound 3 August, 2016 - Understanding Sound This a very simple investigation in understanding sound, but is a really fun way to encourage students to think creatively and solve problems independently. Equipment needed: A sound sensor A logbook ML Logbook Graphing Software
leds How to programme a dice 3 August, 2016 - You can program the micro:bit to run a Dice Program. This is a very simple program and is good for beginners. Equipment needed: Micro:bit TouchDevelop Software Platform USB connector  
Microbit with music cable Musical Micro:bit 3 August, 2016 - Musical Microbit You can program the micro:bit to make music! This is a great cross-curricular activity, which will teach students about the physics of sound, musical notation and composition, as well as challenging their coding skills. Equipment needed: Micro:bit Touch Develop Software Platform Music cable

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