Attention: Our modules are designed to be conducted by at least two of our instructors at the InfoSphere. Some modules can be performed by teachers in their respective school, if those are located too far away. In the module's manual the requirements for the execution of the module are listed.
New: Some modules can be integrated into classes. During the module's booking please discuss if you want the complete unit or only parts of the module and if your class possesses the required knowledge.
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|Sort descending||School level||Previous Knowledge||Duration||Materials|
|Artificial Intelligence – Can Computers Really Replace Humans?||Junior High School, High School||basics of programming (no specific tools or language)||4 hours (incl. breaks)||Künstliche Intelligenz - Materialien|
|Build a Game Controller - Insight into Technical Computer Science by Programming Micro Controllers||High School||basic programming concepts, basic object oriented programming, basic knowledge of electronic circuits and building units||5 hours (incl. breaks)||Gamecontroller - Materalien|
|Cellular Automata as a Tool to Simulate Traffic and Biological Procedures||High School||basics of Java, knowledge in biology is not required||5 hours (incl. breaks)||Zelluläre Automaten - Materialien|
|Computer Science Enlightened or What Do Flowers, Cars and Solar Cells Have in Common?||Junior High School, High School||programming experience is helpful but not required||5 hours (incl. breaks)||Computer Science Enlightened - Materials|
|Create your Own Class Database - Introduction to the Idea of Databases||Junior High School||Knowledge how to use a computer||5 hours (incl. breaks)||Klassen-Datenbank - Materialien|
|Developing 3D Models||Junior High School, High School||basics of programming in an arbitrary language||5 hours (incl. breaks)||3D-Druck - Materialien|
|Explore the Internet as a Network||Junior High School||router, server, client, IP addresses, binary representation, visiting the module "How Does the Internet Work?"||6 hours (incl. breaks)||Netzwerke - Materialien|
|Fighting Fire with Computer Science - Introduction to Graph and Flow Algorithms||Junior High School||none||5 hours (incl. breaks)||Feuerwehr - Materialien|
|First App Programming – Introduction to the App Inventor||Middle School||none||4 hours (incl. breaks)||First App - Materials|
|From Resistor to Full Adder - Introduction to Computer Engineering||Junior High School||basic physical concepts and basic principles of electricity woul be helpful||4 hours (incl. breaks)||Technische Informatik - Materialien|