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- Main Topics: Simple gear types, ratios, directions of rotation, gear motion
- Each class set contains 16 individual sets--suitable for, for example, 30 pupils and one teacher
- 1600 components--including gears, bevel gears, rack, belt, chain, axles, building blocks, and more, all packed in two fischertechnik Box 1000 storage units
- Includes access to free downloadable teaching & activity materials
- Ideal complement: STEM Gear Tech
How does a bevel gear, a belt gear or a rack and pinion gear work? What happens when the transmission ratio changes? Young researchers can investigate these and many other questions using 15 models and twelve experiments. The models can be set up quickly and easily in the classroom and can be used optimally with the help of the ready-made tasks and solutions.The fischertechnik class sets are optimized for regular lessons at the elementary level, designed for group work with two or more students and each dealing with a specific, technical topic. A class set, consisting of 2 blue BOX 1000, contains 16 identical individual sets, so that, for example, 15 pupils (or groups) and one teacher can be equipped with one set. Each individual set is stored in a clearly arranged tray with a printed sorting insert for uncomplicated back-sorting. These trays can be taken to individual work-stations by the students to promote a smooth teaching process. Accompanied by teaching materials which include lesson plans and task sheets with educational plan references, the class sets are ideal for teaching technical content at the primary level.