Sensebox 5 – Let’s get to know the fine dust sensor and the measuring unit μm better
With the SenseBox, citizens, e.g. school children, can measure environmental data on climate, air quality, traffic volume, noise pollution and much more on a site-specific basis and thus contribute to more accurate statements about local environmental phenomena.
In this scenario, the children come into contact with the fine dust sensor and the measuring unit μm.
|Authors||Annika Nowak & Jan Pawlowski|
|Subjects||Computer science & physics|
|Pedagogical approach||Explorative approach|
|Competencies||Programming (with a microcontroller)|
Implementing an algorithm
Testing of a programme
Fine dust measurements / knowledge of the fine dust sensor
Knowledge of the measurement units
|Link to the worksheet||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lFFPcRKo2QHIPzkiTdUpumW5-qlvc4RVdfLH5kuxrp4/edit?usp=sharing (Worksheet a)|
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wZ5CJayHMrAPRmlT3c0L1ENjK5LtvoNh4DCxvW3ZL14/edit?usp=sharing (Worksheet b)
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tGBisSxGG6tiyu6hvxh2Q7FD_Osb4ZVGRIJjlEVydU4/edit?usp=sharing (Learning scenario 20)