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Nos webinaires FizziQ


Study sports with FizziQ (Wednesday, November 15, 5:00 p.m. CET)

Use FizziQ to study the mechanics of different sportss. For each sport we will offer several ways to use sensors and resources to analyze athletes' movements (video analysis, chronophotography, use of accelerometer, video library ...)

Studying sound with FizziQ (Wednesday, December 6, 5:00 p.m. CET)

Discover how to use FizziQ to practically teach the different aspects of sound waves in middle and high school classes: pure and complex waves, harmonic sounds, addition of waves,speed of sound and other concepts in the program.

Science experiments with Arduino, ESP32 and micro:bit (Wednesday January 17 4:30 p.m. CET)

Dive into the world of microcontrollers and discover how to connect them to FizziQ to carry out science experiments. 

Studying movement with FizziQ (Wednesday February 7 5:00 p.m. CET)

From rectilinear to circular motion, discover how FizziQ can help students visualize and understand the fundamentals of kinematics and dynamics.

Go further with FizziQ (Wednesday March 20 4 p.m. CET)

Expand your skills with FizziQ by exploring advanced features, innovative measurement techniques, and tips to make use of the application in class.

FizziQ and Life Sciences and Earth (Wednesday May 8 4 p.m. CET)

Discover how FizziQ can be used to study biological, geological and environmental phenomena, from plant growth to tectonic plate dynamics. Use of external sensors (CO2, temperature, humidity).

10 vacation projects with FizziQ (Wednesday June 6 4 p.m CET)

Get ready for summer with a series of exciting projects that students can undertake over the holidays, using FizziQ to explore and learn independently.

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