Biomedical engineers design things like pacemakers, artificial joints, MRI machines, and other technology that makes our lives healthier and happier. This presentation is most suitable for grades 4-6. Presenters use team activities to help students realize that biology is much more than looking at cells through a microscope. carry. They will try to answer the question How can we design a better book bag? Then, the children will learn how doctors look inside people to find out what goes on inside a person’s body. They will learn how X-rays, CAT scans, and surgery are used and then work through an interactive team exercise in which they will try to make their own “X-ray images”. Learning Keys: scientific method, human body, ergonomics, health & safety, measurement. Table of content: Using This Manual, Overview: 1. Purpose 2. Tips for a successful outreach experience 3. Presentation Format 4. Before the presentation 5. The presentation 6. After the presentation. Presentation Guidelines, 1. Setting up 2. Introduction (optional ice-breaker) 3. Presentation Modules A. Ergonomic Backpack Design B. X-ray Fundamentals. COnclusion, Presentation Tools and Kit Inventory, Handouts For Ergonomic Module, Resources for Teachers and Students.
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