Israeli startup Hyginex has developed digital bracelets that work alongside sensor-embedded soap dispensers to reduce healthcare risks.
The non-intrusive bracelet has a tiny red LED light to also remind the medical practitioner to wash their hands between patients.
“There’s a growing interest in “flipping the classroom” to support differentiated instruction, allowing students to explore and learn at their own pace, and for buying time to do more project-based learning in class. It’s a simple idea that I first heard from a Virginia Tech engineering professor about 8 years ago when he called it “turning the classroom right side up”. Whatever you call it, the principle is the same – save class time for the most important “live interaction” activities, and assign everything else as homework.” …
“Now the same idea can be applied to lab science…”
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