Race to Space: Use Neutron Scattering to Change the Future

Research output: Other contributionEducation

Race to Space is a free science course that revolves around neutron scattering as a method for examining various types of matter.

With this course, you can:

(1) Teach students about neutron scattering in an engaging and inspirering way
(2) Use a narrative scenario, which frames each problem in the concrete case of establishing a base on Mars
(3) Use an inquiry-based approach to teaching physics (Inquiry-Based Science Education, IBSE)
(4) Make use of formative evaluation in order to optimise the students’ learning
Translated title of the contributionRace to Space: Brug Neutronspredning til at Ændre Verden
Original languageEnglish
Publication date1 Oct 2023
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2023

    Research areas

  • Faculty of Science - Narrative scenarios, Inquiry-based science and mathematics education, Neutron scattering, Teaching materials


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