Classteacher science program

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Classteacher science program

  1. 1. An Integrated Solutions Approach Classteacher Science Program “The object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives.”......Robert M HutchinsThis presentation is confidential and should not be reproduced (in whole or in part) nor summarised or distributed without the prior written permission of MindshaperTechnologies Ltd. The recipient(s) of this report agree(s) to keep its contents strictly confidential and undertake(s) not to disclose the information contained herein toany person other than those of its/their employees.
  2. 2. Classteacher Science Program Science Lab Science Online Science SAP Science Skill Assessment Learning through Predict- Program Obverser-Explain Science iPerform o Co-Scholastic Skills o 21 probes in science kit o Science Learning zone assessment o Investigate, engage, mani o Science Assessment zone o Problems Solving & pulate equipment, record o Science Interactive zone Creativity o Concept Formation data, analyze results and o Concept discuss findings Retention, etc
  3. 3. Limitations of Traditional learningTraditional science learning has its limitations:  Most physical phenomenon cannot be observed by human sense organs  Difficult to imagine or comprehend complex scientific phenomenon taught in class  No outlet to human desire to learn through exploration  Science Lab operates beyond the range of human perception to capture, record and display the impact of physical phenomena  Done through carefully designed experiments that can conducted in the classroom or in the field
  4. 4. Classteacher Digital Science Lab – Key differentiators  Help demonstrate the impact of a scientific conceptImpact of Scientific in mutiple ways:Concepts Eg: A temperature probe can be used to demonstrate rate of heating/ cooling as well as the concept of specific heat  Display results in visually understandable forms usingVisual Results graphs or charts  Understanding of the nature of science, the attitudes of Observe science, and the skills of scientific reasoning  Encourage students to explore and interact directly the Explain physical world outside their classrooms Predict  Stimulate students to design investigations, engage in scientific reasoning, manipulate equipment, record data, analyze results, and discuss their findings
  5. 5. Science Lab – Set Up The standard set up Includes: Interface 1. Computer 2. Connecting Wires Computer 3. Scientific Sensor 4. An Interface Sensor
  6. 6. Science Lab – Probe List The standard set up Includes 21 probes:  Voltage Sensor  Current Sensor  Magnetic Field Sensor  Photometric Light Sensor  Force Sensor  Motion Sensor  Temperature Sensor  Humidity Sensor  Gas Pressure Sensor  Thermocouple Sensor  pHSensor  Conductivity Sensor  Heart Rate monitor  Micro Phone  Accelerometer  Barometer  Turbidity  Photogate  Galvanometer  ORP  Colorimeter
  7. 7. Science Lab – Package The Package Includes:  An Interface (Set of 1 to 3)  21 sensors across Physics, Chemistry and Biology  Connecting Wires  Set of Experiments
  8. 8. Experiment 1 – Motion Sensor Outline: The experiment makes express velocity-time graph by measurement of velocity of cart using motion sensor when one gives variable Distance measurement force to cart With time Objective: To verify velocity of object is increasing when it gets force and amount of increase is proportional to size of force Experiment: The motion sensor records the distance and velocity versus time graph as the cart moves away from the sensor thus telling the user the laws of motion observed by the cart
  9. 9. Experiment 2 – Temperature Sensor Outline: Get specific heat of metal with experimental result and thus find the type of metal using specific heat chart Temperature Sensor Objective: Define specific heat and understand the fact that every metal has different specific heat Experiment: Examine how temperature changes when one puts hot metal into cold water and get the specific heat of the metal. Thus using the formula we can calculate specific heat of different metals and identify them
  10. 10. Experiment 3 – Temperature/Pressure Sensor Outline: The experiment is for examining how temperature affects to reaction of enzyme (catalase) i.e. body’s catalyst (It replicates ‘reaction of digestive enzyme ‘ in our body) Objective: To show the best temperature for reaction with Temperature enzyme to take place Sensor Pressure Sensor Experiment: We put catalyst in hydrogen peroxide solution. Oxygen is generated by decomposition of hydrogen peroxide solution with catalyst reaction of enzyme. We measure pressure change with pressure sensor. We get enzyme reactivity from change rate of gas pressure
  11. 11. Experiment 4 – Temperature Sensor Outline: To calculate heat of fusion of ice using temperature of water first, temperature at which all ice melts, mass of water and specific heat of water Objective: Temperature Sensor To evaluate heat of fusion of ice as heat energy goes in when there is a phase change of ice to water Experiment: Put ice and water into a simple calorimeter and measure temperature change of water when ice melts using the temperature sensor. Temperature measurement done this way is much more accurate than measurement using alcohol thermometer
  12. 12. Merit of Science Experiments with Computer Works on POE lesson model Exact results with accurate measuring equipment Rapid results Integrable with Interactive White Board Analysis of results using powerful tools like Excel Graphs to observe trends and patterns Closest average result to the real value by repeating experiment several times in short duration of time
  13. 13. Advantages of Digital Science Lab Facilitate and bridge the difference between science of school and industry and science Real time data and analysis Possibility of measurement that can’t be done in a traditional way Quantification of Science experiment Improvement of quality of science experiment Spread of science culture Feel of science experiment with hi-tech equipments of normal life
  14. 14. Advantages of Digital Science Lab Helps in exploring the physical environment Taking multiple accurate reading in short span of time Conventional Science Lab Science Lab Enhances scientific exploratory skills 100 90 To explain any phenomenon one can vary any number 80 of variables involved in it to get the complete picture 70 60 50 40 30 Invokes Scientific temper 20 10 0 Enhances interest in science subjects Understanding Innovativeness Interest in Science Scientific temper Level Hands on experience of industrial way of functioning Able to appreciate a phenomenon in a holistic manner
  15. 15. Classteacher Science Online – Science iPerformScience iPerform is a web based platform that provides a personalized Science self learning environment for studentsand functions as an extension of the classroom 1  Study Planning • Students discover what they already know in Science based on previous scores and for content areas that they need to master2 • The primary mode of instruction explains the Science concepts within each lesson  Explain • Students practice their knowledge by solving problems and receiving immediate  Apply feedback  Explore • Students challenge themselves by investigating/solving tougher questions3  Connect to peers • Focus on Collaborative Learning!  Seek guidance • Students connect and interact with their peers all around the country  iPoints • A unique feature of boosting students performance and motivating them by featuring them on Science iPerform pages; top iPoint scorers win exciting prizes
  16. 16. Science iPerform – Leveraging Students iPerform caters to variety of learning styles and interests of all students Benefits to students  Finely graded questions  Detailed solutions  Comprehensive coverage  Regular interactive sessions with iPerform mentors  Collaborative learning environment  iPointsTestimonials:"I like the way in which tests are gradually graded from simple to tough. " Preeti Singhal (Student)"I love the way in which topics are dealt in iPerform. Before this whenever I missed a particular class I had to sit withboring books for hours, but now with iPerform I get to know the concepts within 30 minutes!" Sayak Kapoor (Student)
  17. 17. Science iPerform – Advantage Parents Ensures discipline of self-learning in students under the guidance of the parents Benefits to parents  Engaging content  Self-paced, requires no/minimal supervision  Carefully designed questions, animations and explanations  Online mentors for much needed guidance and support  Detailed solutions  Comprehensive coverage  Collaborative learning environmentTestimonials:“My daughter’s confidence in Sciences and Science has received a huge boost within 3 months She is definitely showingsigns of improvement. Less expensive than a tutor!” Mr. Rajiv Saxena (Parent)“My son remains glued to iPerform for almost everything, be it learning, taking tests or clearing his doubts!” Mrs. RenukaSharma (Parent)
  18. 18. Science iPerform – Boon to Schools Enables schools to confirm sense of progress towards academic success by achieving small instances of success Benefits to Schools  Interesting animations and teaching  Provides consistency of learning inputs  Acts as an extended arm for teachers  Allocation of assignments, homework and quizzes  Helps bridge the gap for weaker studentsTestimonials:“The program is comprehensive and very well designed. My students ask more homeworks on iPerform, a thing I neverwitnessed before. And almost 90% of them attempt more quizzes on iPerform before they are even asked for it.” Mrs.Shelley Kumar (Teacher)
  19. 19. Science SAP Paper and Pen based test every year to measure co-scholastic aptitude and development of skills in students Measures co-scholastic skills including problem solving and creativity: SAP Levels:  Focus and attention span  Concept formation Level 1: Grades 3rd, 4th and 5th  Concept retention Level 2: Grades 6th, 7th and 8th  Quantitative aptitude Level 3: 9th and 10th  Concept understanding and comprehension  Application of Science in everyday life  Solving of word problems  Development of Science aptitudeTestimonials:“Science SAP goes beyond academic assessment and focusses on skill assessment and development based on applicationof Science in real life. Students have now started appreciating the use of Science in real life as compared to never valuingScience concepts before” Mr. Arjun Shenoy (Teacher)
  20. 20. Science SAP Detailed student reports Question Wise Report Question-wise report Country % correct Students Answer School % Correct Error Indicated Correct option Report for each student, with the following on display: Question number Topic o Question no. o Topic o Student’s answer 18 Chemical Kinetics B B 83.2 85.7 o Correct option 22 Chemical D C 72.8 80 o School% Correct Thermodynamics o Country% correct, etc. 25 Molar Concepts A A 72.5 75 Skillwise report: Skill Profile A report that shows how a student has been rated in three assessed skills Application of Science o Application of Science o Problem Solving and creativity Problem Solving and Creativity Student o Science in Daily Life Science in Daily Life 5.5 6 6.5 7
  21. 21. Classteacher Science Program Science Lab Learn Science Online Science Lab Science Online Science Online Interaction Classteacher Explore Science Program Science SAP Science Online Skill Scholastic Assessment Assessment
  22. 22. Classteacher Science Program with unparalleled features andservices   Approach  Solution beyond Science Lab  Complete Science learning platform    Comprehensive Assessments   Features  Ability to learn beyond school curriculum    Use of Science Solution in Classroom / Field   Coverage  Mapping for classes 1-12  

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