Modules

The VidEX modules contain a package of experimental videos on selected subject contexts and, in the future, a variety of accompanying material for integrating the videos into science lessons. In addition to the first module (effervescent tablet experiment), we have already produced further experiment videos and made them available on this page. Look forward to videos on topics such as enzymatics, wall contact behaviour in mice and much more!

Photosynthesis (Experiment)

Besides cellular respiration, photosynthesis is the most important metabolic process that has a significant influence on life on Earth. Plants in particular, but also algae and bacteria, can use the radiation energy of sunlight with the help of chlorophyll to…

Plant movements (Observation)

Plants show movements in many ways, but these are often perceived as a supposedly rare characteristic. Plant movements include, for example, growth movements, light-dependent and touch-dependent…

Pressure in gases (Experiment)

Pressure in gases and liquids is one of the curricular content areas in chemistry and physics lessons at the lower secondary level. With this module, we would like to teach learners how to set up, carry out and evaluate experiments to explore…

Wall contact behaviour in mice (Observation)

A wide variety of behaviours can be observed in prey animals to protect them from their respective predators. These include, for example, time-dependent habitat use (e.g. day or night activity) as well as spatially restricted habitat use, …

Honey experiments (Enzymatic)

Enzymatic is an established subject area both in the middle school and especially in the upper school. With this module we want to support learners in setting up, carrying out and evaluating experiments to influence enzyme activity and …

Effervescent tablet experiment

With this first module, we would like to give you support material for your distance, alternating and face-to-face teaching on the one hand, and also clarify the idea and concept of VidEX on the other. For this purpose, we have first selected a very simple experiment, …

Suggestions? Ideas? Feedback?

Do you have any other suggestions or ideas for exciting experimental videos? We would love to hear about them! Are you interested in helping to develop the future accompanying material for the modules based on your expertise and practical experience? Then please get in touch with us! We would also be happy to receive brief feedback on the practicality and usefulness of our experimental videos for teaching and learning in your lessons.