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CMA at WorldDidac 2016

The exhibition of World Education Days 2016 will be held on 8 – 10 November in Bern, Switzerland. You are very welcome to visit the CMA stand in Hall 2.0, Stand J10.

Coach 7

Coach 7

The new version of our unique COACH software environment is now available internationally. Coach 7 is the successor of Coach 6 and offers new features and enhancements of our unique and powerful environment for STEM Education. Important improvement is that it runs not only on Windows but also on Mac computers. Read more about Coach 7…


Modeling in lower secondary education

Computer models are used today in every area of research and industry. Students should be introduced to computational modeling because it is a professional activity of scientists and engineers. Students should learn about the possibilities and limitations of computer and should learn to construct and use models. Via modeling they can develop higher level skills, such…


BT01 replaces 0511

The new Temperature sensor BT01 replaces the old Temperature sensor 0511. The new sensor is quite similar to the old sensor. It measure temperature in the range between -40°C to 140°C. The sensing element of the sensor is 20 kOhm NTC thermistor with non-linear characteris­tic described by the Stein­hart-Hart equation.


New model of Sound sensor

We have a new model of Sound sensor BT80i. This sensor has the same electronic as our previous Sound sensor 017i but now the electronics is placed in a new sensor box and a sensor cable is not attached to the sensor box anymore. The sensor cable has to be purchased separate (CMA art. nr BTsc_1). The…


PhD research “ICT in IBSE” 

After four years research our Vietnamese colleague Trinh Ba Tran got his PhD title with the thesis “Development of a course on ICT integration into inquiry-based science education”. The goal of his work was to design an effective course for science teachers to learn to integrate ICT into inquiry-based science education (IBSE) and to stimulate inquiry…