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Implementation of Virtual Laboratory (E-Learning Centre)
in Government High Schools
to improve the quality of education in the backward taluks of Karnataka

 

3D Virtual Experiments

 

KSCST has provided 3D Experiments and Videos in both English and Kannada version on Biology and Physics subject to all VL Schools established in 10 backward taluks of the state. The students can initially view the video for steps to be noted for carrying out the experiments and later conduct virtual experiments on various topics in Biology and Physics. The results of the experiments / observation may be documented in the inference sheet.

Example: A student can view, rotate, zooming various parts of a human skeleton in 3D Model and learn different parts of the body and name of the parts. Similarly the flower shape, size showing different sections such as Petiole, Petals, Sepals, Stamens of the flower, Stamina, Androecium and Gynaecium is explained in detail. In Physics functions of a Screw Gauge and Vernier Callipers can be used to know different dimensions of the samples given in the experiment.

List of 3D Experiments provided

Biology 1:

Compound Microscope

Morphology of Bacteria, Fungi and Plant

Morphology of Animals

Plant Tissues

Animal Tissues

Study of Mitosis

Modification of Roots

Modification of Stem

Modification of Leaf

Types of Inflorescences

Study Flowering Plants

Anatomy of Stem and Root

Herbarium Sheets

External Morphology of Animals

Osmosis

Plasmosis

Imbibition

Distribution of Somata

Rate of Transpiration

Test: Glucose, Sucrose and Starch

Test : Proteins

Test: Fats

Paper Chromatography

Rate of Transpiration in Plants

Anaerobic Respiration

Phototropism

Apical Dominance

Transpiration Pull

Action of Amylase on Starch

Effect of Temperature on Amylase

Test: Urea in Urine

Test: Sugar in Urine

Test: Albumin in Urine

Test: Bile Salts in Urine

Human Skeleton

Joints in Human Skeleton

 Biology 2:

Parts of Flowers: Androecium

Parts of Flowers: Gynoecium

Cal. % of Pollen Germination

Pollen Tube Growth

Mammalian Testis and Ovary

Gametophyte Development

Study of Mitosis

Study of Meiosis

Study of Blastula Stage

Mendel's Law of Segregation

Mendel's Law of IA

Pedigree Charts

Controlled Pollination

Staining of Nucleid Acid

Disease Causing Organisms

Texture of Soil Samples

Water Holding Capacity of Soil

Ecology Adoptions: Plants

Ecology Adoptions: Animals

pH of Water and Soil

Turbudity of Water Samples

Organisms in Water 1

Organisms in Water 2

Amount of SPM in air

Homologous and Analogous Parts

 

 Physics 1:

Simple Pendulam

Spring Constant

Young's Modulus

Downward Force

Viscosity

Friction

Parallellgram Law of Vector

Newton's Law of Cooling

Sonometer

Surface Tension

Specific Heat

Resonance

Physical Balance

Screw Gauge

Sphero Meter

Vernier Calipers

 Physics 2:

Ohm's Law

Wheatston Bridge

Series-Parallel Resistance

Compare EMF's

Internal Resistance of Cell

Half Deflection Method

Galvanometer to Ammeter

Galvanometer to Voltmeter

Frequency of AC Mains

Concave Mirror

Convex Lens

Convex Mirror

Convex Lens

RI of Glass Slab

RI Using Concave Mirror

RI Using Convex Lens

PN Junction Diode

Zener Diode

Transistor

 

The 3D Science experiments developed by LabInApp are an interactive Virtual Laboratory tool that focuses on heuristic approach of understanding Science. This heuristic ideology facilitates students and teachers to perform Science experiments on computers or mobile devices, and eliminates the physical barriers of actual laboratory.

LabInApp's real-time 3D computer graphics technology promotes learners by doing pedagogy. This enhances the ability of teacher to deliver a live demonstration of experiments / concepts / phenomenon / complex ideas in a controlled environment. Thus comprehends students' conceptual realization and arouses curiosity by its playful learning environment.

3D experiments are benefits the students and teachers in three broad ways:

Learn Interactively

  • By carrying out the experiments in real-time.

  • Vary different parameters governing the experiment and see their effect.

  • By interacting with the LabInApp, view the experiment from any angle in 3D.

Visualize Concepts

  • By interacting with 3D lab and get clear understanding.

  • Witness the scientific factors like forces, ray diagrams and correlate them with theoretical concepts.

  • Visualize Concepts through labelled 3D specimens from any view.

Explore the Unknown

  • By going deep into the subject.

  • Try out many things about the experiments by exploring the additional activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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