Transnational Teacher's Online Training
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Join us for an informative workshop where we will explore the STAIR (STEM education program for AIR pollution in schools) Toolkit. This session will provide a condensed summary of the toolkit's key elements, offering valuable insights into air quality in schools and technical principles of indoor measurements.
Air Quality in Schools:
Discover why measuring air quality is crucial in educational environments.
Identify the main substances that can impact air quality.
Learn about carbon dioxide and its significance.
Engage in experiments related to gaseous components, black carbon, air humidity, heat perception, and air pressure differences.
Technical Principles of Indoor Measurements:
Gain insights into the selection of appropriate measurement techniques.
Understand the concept of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Differentiate between short-term and long-term measurements.
Consider the importance of sampling location.
Participate in experiments to assess temperature, humidity, and long-term air quality monitoring in classrooms.
By the end of this workshop, you will have a summarized understanding of the STAIR Toolkit's purpose, air quality in schools, and technical principles for indoor measurements. Join us to gain valuable insights and explore the potential of this toolkit in enhancing STEM education and addressing air pollution concerns.
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