Understanding physics through hands-on experiments and digital post-processing using electric circuits as an example.
There is a close connection between the sense of touch and the learning process of humans. The ability to understand content more deeply by exploring it with our hands is slowly being lost in schools due to digitalisation. That’s why I was looking for a solution how to understand content from physics lessons with this ability and then process it with the advantages of digitalisation. The outcome is an experimental kit on the subject of electric circuits with an associated application. The kit with the base board and the bricks has a playful character and offers the students both flexibility and clarity. The application provides teachers with flexible lesson preparation and encourages students to work individually – with all the possibilities of the digital world.
The result is a new way of working for the classroom – first exploring with the hands and then post-processing digitally.