Nanotechnology and Nanocomputers

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The good teaching practice at a glance

Subject of practice


Target groups


Educational level

Secondary Education

Short Summary

Students discuss about an application of new technology in computer science, introduce nanotechnology applications, meaning of the term “nano”, use of maths in nanoscience. There is a connection with the curriculums of Chemistry, Physics and Biology. Students explore ways of using nanomaterials and meanings of nanotechnology in maths and computer science fields.
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Duration of the implementation

2014-03-17 15:00:00 - 2014-03-17 15:00:00

Difficulty of ICT solutions used


Detailed description

Age of learners

15 - 20

Learning outcomes

Expanding vocational learning, developing communication skills, using presentation tools, practicing of presentation skills

Typical learning time

During ordinary school lessons or during visit to a museum

Description of challenges faced (Are there any difficulties teachers/learners might face?)

Not quite sure how to visit some special museum when there is no one in our place or nearby.

Detailed description

On-line museum with simulations in nanotechnology, Virtual museum of computers & computer science All materials uploaded to Edmodo class group Students prepare quiz to share knowledge of nanoscience

Learning Activities / Implementation

Teacher  prepare some materials of nanoscience, presentation and video materials for 3 Teaching Phase:  1.    Pre Visit  Phase  provoke curiosity of students defining the questions from current knowledge : means of nano, using nano in computers or everyday l

Country of originCroatia
Language of the practiceCroatian
Website relatedSecondary Medical School, Split, Croatia
Status of the practiceFinal
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Area of good practice
  • ICT enabled learning - Using digital resources for face-to-face classroom practice & for online learning/blended classroom practice
  • Community Building - Using digital resources to connect learners/build communities
  • Quality and Assessment - Using digital resources to better assess learning
This practice is
Transferable, Adaptability, Innovative, Impact, Effectiveness, Creativity, Collaborative

About the author

Name of contributorAntonela Czwyk Maric
Affiliation of contributor Teacher of Maths and Information Technology
Institution where this practice was implementedSecondary Medical School, Split, Croatia