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UTOPIAE presents two...
Worksheet produced for the Summer Reading Challenge 2018. Attendees built a simple 555 timer based circuit to produce a beep every 6 - 7 minutes.
Activity was carried out in two 2 hour sessions each with 10 attendees in each.
Covered basic soldering skills and tool usage. Each kit worked out a roughly...
When Disaster Strikes is an event aimed to be run for 3.5 hours. It is most suitable for secondary school students from Year 7 to Year 11 – the difficulty can be altered to suit the age group. Students are to be split into groups of 5 (no less than 4 and no more than 6 in a group).
In the activity, the...
A walk through of calculating Pi using polygons. Suitable for any students who have had an introduction to the Cosine Rule and can rearrange an equation. Contextualised by retro computer game graphics.
Various presentations and work sheets on how the diesel engine works. Includes animated presention of the 4 stroke engine cycle and a work sheet examining the extent to which our modern lives depend upon engines.
A 'cut out and glue' model demonstrating the proportions of the various gases in the composition of air
DNA origami helps students appreciate the 3D helical nature of DNA. It works and is a good interlude in what could be a heavy theory lesson.
Three files containing teaching ideas for A level mechanics.
Friction experiments using a simple bench pulley, friction plates and blocks.
Moments contains simple experiments using a ruler, bulldog clips and some small weights.
What can you do with...
This tutorial provides detailed instructions on creating a Microsoft Access database using an example that manages the lettings of a holiday villa in France or Spain.
It will provide students and teachers with an in-depth understanding of MS Access and an ability to design and construct their own databases...