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Today's renewable energy solutions rely on batteries. The Energy Science Lab Kit is an educational series of detailed electrical experiments to precisely measure, record, and compare performance of various battery models, capacities, and chemistries. Teachers are able to show students real-world battery performance investigations that are interesting and relevant to all students relying on portable electronic devices as part of their daily lives! Exercises show how to measure battery effectiveness and identify the limitations.Electrical Concepts:Voltage, Current, Resistance,Power Energy,

STEM Lab Kit (Electrical)

Middle/High School Science, Physics, Electronics & Trades

NGSS referenced

Detailed Instructor's Guide and Student Hand-outs

NGSS References

High School:

HS-ETS1-3

HS-PS1-5

HS-PS3-1

HS-PS3-3

Middle School:

MS-ETS1-2

MS-ETS1-3

MS-ESS3-3

Experiments and Lab Overview

Six Experiments prepared for Instructor, Student and Inquiry versions:

Brand Name vs. No Name - Test AA off-the-shelf batteries to determine which is the best value.

Typical - I'm Not Typical - Explore how different discharge profiles affect Ampere-Hours capacity.

Older, But Not Better - Determine the affects of aging on batteries.

Size Really Matters - The real energy difference between AAA, AA, C, & D cells.

Burr - I'm Cold - The affects of temperature variance on batteries.

Cost vs. Value - Analyze new specialty AA cells versus the higher cost.

Instructor version includes all necessary tables, test results, observations and conclusions.

Student version has clear objectives and step-by-step instructions to perform each experiment.

Inquiry version consists of two-page limited (open-ended) directions for advanced students.

Instructor Tools

Detailed explanations provide insight and overview of each experiment

Hand-outs for students to record data tables and sample charts

Actual experiment test logs, sample runs, graphical images and raw data files

Observations, conclusions, graphical results in Excel format

Troubleshooting suggestions

Safety warnings and considerations

Internet references

Instructor's Edition

Table of Contents

Overview 1

Purpose of This Experiment 3

Curriculum Level/Grade Segment 4

Next Generation Science Standards 5

Material Required (Bill of Materials) 6

Pre-Experiment Recorded Data 6

Expected Outcome 7

Experimental Steps 7

Post-Experiment Measured Data 9

Observations and Conclusions 10

Experiment Summary 11

Possible Variations of Experiment 13

Troubleshooting/Safety Warnings 16

Appendix

Blank Graph for Measured Results 17

Blank Pre-Experiment Recorded Data Table 17

Blank Post-Experiment Measured Data Table 18

Export Raw Data (Excel format) 18

Equipment Photos 19

Internet Resources/Battery Technical Links 20

oday's renewable energy solutions rely on batteries. The Energy Science Lab Kit is an educational series of detailed electrical experiments to precisely measure, record, and compare performance of various battery models, capacities, and chemistries. Teachers are able to show students real-world battery performance investigations that are interesting and relevant to all students relying on portable electronic devices as part of their daily lives! Exercises show how to measure battery effectiveness and identify the limitations.

Electrical Concepts:

Voltage

Current

Resistance

Power

Energy

STEM Lab Kit (Electrical)

Middle/High School Science, Physics, Electronics & Trades

NGSS referenced

Detailed Instructor's Guide and Student Hand-outs

NGSS References

High School:

HS-ETS1-3

HS-PS1-5

HS-PS3-1

HS-PS3-3

Middle School:

MS-ETS1-2

MS-ETS1-3

MS-ESS3-3

Experiments and Lab Overview

Six Experiments prepared for Instructor, Student and Inquiry versions:

Brand Name vs. No Name - Test AA off-the-shelf batteries to determine which is the best value.

Typical - I'm Not Typical - Explore how different discharge profiles affect Ampere-Hours capacity.

Older, But Not Better - Determine the affects of aging on batteries.

Size Really Matters - The real energy difference between AAA, AA, C, & D cells.

Brrr - I'm Cold - The affects of temperature variance on batteries.

Cost vs. Value - Analyze new specialty AA cells versus the higher cost.

Instructor version includes all necessary tables, test results, observations and conclusions.

Student version has clear objectives and step-by-step instructions to perform each experiment.

Inquiry version consists of two-page limited (open-ended) directions for advanced students.

Instructor Tools

Detailed explanations provide insight and overview of each experiment

Handouts for students to record data tables and sample charts

Actual experiment test logs, sample runs, graphical images and raw data files

Observations, conclusions, graphical results in Excel format

Troubleshooting suggestions

Safety warnings and considerations

Internet references

Instructor's Edition

Table of Contents

Overview 1

Purpose of This Experiment 3

Curriculum Level/Grade Segment 4

Next Generation Science Standards 5

Material Required (Bill of Materials) 6

Pre-Experiment Recorded Data 6

Expected Outcome 7

Experimental Steps 7

Post-Experiment Measured Data 9

Observations and Conclusions 10

Experiment Summary 11

Possible Variations of Experiment 13

Troubleshooting/Safety Warnings 16

Appendix

Blank Graph for Measured Results 17

Blank Pre-Experiment Recorded Data Table 17

Blank Post-Experiment Measured Data Table 18

Export Raw Data (Excel format) 18

Equipment Photos 19

Internet Resources/Battery Technical Links 20