Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Bioengineering: Microfluidics to the Rescue! (Day 3 of 3) - Section 3: The Classroom Flow: Using Microfluidic Chips


See a sample of a student's Engineering Design Notebook and a variety of bioengineering student reflections for more information about the typical understanding level students reached after the lesson and the impact it had on student thinking about engineering practices.  

Check out my short video of potential next steps for deeper exploration for next year's classes.

  Adjustments to Practice: Tinkering for Next Year's Iteration
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Bioengineering: Microfluidics to the Rescue! (Day 3 of 3)

Unit 2: Unit 2: The Science of Biology
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: Students will explore the intersection of life science and engineering through a study of the field of bioengineering and create simulated microfluidic chips using household materials.

Big Idea: Get your students in engineering mode by creating and using simulated microfluidic chips!

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Science, Biology / Life Science, engineering, scientific inquiry, bioengineering, Graphing
  50 minutes
microfluidic chip
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