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Wednesday, April 22 • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Concurrent Session - Using raw phone sensor data in the classroom

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We will demonstrate a few projects that you can do with students in a math or physics classroom that use free apps (iOS, android) to collect phone sensor data (e.g. accelerometer, GPS etc). Students design, collect and analyze the data and apply concepts of mathematics and physics. Analysis is done using jupyter/python. The overall approach is to use free and/or highly accessible tools (phones) and software (python). The projects are fun and motivating for students.

Speakers
avatar for Albert Scheuller

Albert Scheuller

Professor of Mathematics, Whitman College
Albert is a professor of mathematics at Whitman College.  The utilization of technology and learning is fascinating to Albert and he's consistently a first adopter of ed tech on Whitman's beautiful campus.


Wednesday April 22, 2020 1:30pm - 2:15pm PDT
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