With the Science Set, complex concepts are broken down into simple, fun and engaging experiments which enhance the students' understanding of these concepts; thus making Science – the once dreaded subject – a favourite for them. Some examples:
• Light: Experiments from visualizing rays and beams to rectilinear propagation of light
• Transistors: Learn the basics of transistors, base, collector, emitter and how to use them in circuits
• Basic Electronics: Parts to build simple electronics projects like LED lamps or security lights
• Diodes & Switches: Turn circuits on and off with switches. Learn how diodes control the flow of current
• Electromagnetism: Experiments from making electromagnets to visualizing electromagnetic lines of force
• Circuits: Parts to demonstrate how electronic circuits work and investigate current, voltage etc.
• Resistors & Capacitors: Learn how resistors and capacitors work
And many other bits and pieces to make learning science exciting and interesting.
The workshop will introduce the Science Set and show a few of the different experiments that can be conducted with it. The use cases within classroom settings will be explained as well as building projects that solve real-world problems with the science set.
Find out more at thescienceset.com