Digital media in lessons (classes)

The fascination of learning. Digital motivation

From planning & preparation of lessons (classes) to experimentation and follow-up!

We offer all from one single source. Time-saving for you, digital and future-oriented!

In order to be able to perform many experiments in a lesson (class), a solution is required that supports both teachers and students at every step.

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Step 1: Lesson (class) planning & preparation and organisation

Starting with the planning and preparation of lessons (classes), this also includes the organisation and management of the collection and experiments.

For this reason we offer the online portal LeyLab.

Please read more:
"Digital preparation & organisation"

 

 

 

 

Interactive experiment instructions – Lab Docs.

Especially in the preparation of student experiments, the exeriment instructions are in focus. With our Science Lab student experiment system, we offer digital, interactive experiment literature that students can work with in lessons (classes) on tablets, smartphones or laptops.

Editing of experiment instructions – Lab Docs Editor.

The Lab Docs experiment instructions can be integrated in LeyLab and easily modified and extended with our Lab Docs Editor. The Lab Docs can also be shared from LeyLab.

Please read more:
"Digital, interactive experiment instructions"

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Step 2: Experimentation

In the next step, we will show the experimentation in student and demonstration experiments with tablets or smartphones.

There is no doubt that real experiments and didactic content are important. The own haptic, acoustic, visual or even olfactory experience remains a didactically important aspect. When experimenting, besides observing, the focus is on measuring and recording. Today's innovative technologies support this and make lessons (classes) exciting for students.

Please read more: 
"Digital experimentation in student experiments"

"Digital experimentation in demonstration experiments"

 

 

 

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Step 3: Follow-up

After the experiment has been performed, the next step is to analyse the measured data and interpret the results. In the demonstration experiment, the students first need the measurement data. Our solution enables this challenge and a subsequent analysis on tablets or smartphones by the students.

In the student experiment, the measured values are directly imported, parabolas can be adjusted and questions can be answered.

The complete digital protocol - measured values (tables, diagrams), analysis in the personal experiment instructions Lab Docs for student experiments can be stored and shared at any time. By the way, the follow-up of the experiments can be done at school, college and university or as homework at home.

Please read more:
"Digital follow-up"