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The didactic experimental model included in this physics educational construction set is a great way to explain the effects of physical phenomena (acceleration, inertia, equilibrium of forces, the principle of linear motion, the laws of motion). The individual physical effects are illustrated through a variety of experiments to make them easy to understand. Suddenly, physics instruction is fun! Physics I 2.0 can be used in both supervised and unsupervised learning.
Innovative fischertechnik learning materials support you in teaching technical concepts in a practical way and introducing them to your secondary school and college students or your apprentices.The included didactic activity booklet with teacher and instructional materials offers display models and tasks to help you quickly prepare lessons, and includes problems with solutions, handouts, and copy templates.Teaching materials are available for free download from the eLearning portal: www.fischertechnik-elearning.com
The total of 780 fischertechnik parts are clearly divided into two sorting inserts. Everything is delivered in a sturdy storage box, along with easy to understand assembly instructions for 7 models of different difficulty levels.
Key Learning Objectives:
|Size of packaging||44 x 31,5 x 15||cm|
|Number of models||7|
|Number of parts||780|
|Power supply system (Battery)||9V block required – battery not included|
Documents for Downloading
|Single Part list Each individual fischertechnik part can be ordered through the fischertechnik Single Parts Service, so that fischertechnik sets are always complete and ready for instruction at any time.|
|Student pad for model making of STEM Kit Physics I 2.0|