S1E98 Cube Chatshaala: Exploring New ways of Learning

Learning STEM through Investigation
An invitation to construct new IDEAS/Research questions.

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Timing:5.30 pm to 9.30 pm
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CUBE Chatshaala on 21st September 2020.

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36 CUBists from 33 centres joined the webinar.

Breach Candy, South Mumbai: Arunan MC
Ambernath, Maharashtra: Aakanksha Sunilkumar
Varkala, Kerala: Aavani RG
Muvattapuzha, Kerala: Abhijith Vinod
Thane, Maharashtra: Anshu Kadam
KEM, Mumbai: Arun Shankar
Kozhikode, Kerala: Anjana HM, Arunima
Thriprayar, Kerala: Aswathy Suresh
Kolkata, West Bengal: Batul P
Dadri, UP: Bivas Nag
HBCSE, Mumbai: DurgaPrasad
Malappuram, Kerala: Gopee Krishna
Narsing HS School Silchar, Assam: Hasina Baigum
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi: Kanishka Parashar
Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh: Kiran Yadav
Gwalior, MP: Komal Singh
Mullasery, Kerala: Krishna
Latvan, Maharashtra: Kunal Kadam
Powai, Mumbai: Lydia Mathew
Byculla, Mumbai: Nazish Kaunchale
Goa: Nidhi Kapileshwari
Mulund, Mumbai: Omkar Badnale
DSC, Delhi: P. Chitralekha
Bandra, Mumbai: Saida Sayyed
Mira Road, Mumbai: Sana Jalili
Narsing HS School Silchar, Assam: Satarupa Chakraborty
Morabadi, Ranchi: Shalini Lal
Patna, Bihar: Shalu Sinha
Kalyan, Maharashtra: Shivam Kumar Sriwas
Panvel, Maharashtra: Shraddha Sonavane
Palakkad, Kerala: Sujith MS
Nellore, AP: Tejasree Beemakonda
Thane, Maharashtra: Vaibhavi Bhanushali
Prabhadevi, Mumbai: Yash Sheregare
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In yesterday’s CUBE Chatshaala, we were discussing how butterflies find there host plants? What sense organs do humans have? So apart from the 5 sense organs - eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin, we found there is also a sense of balance. Proprioception - a new word for me which means the sense that lets us perceive the location, movement, and action of parts of the body.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/neuroscience/proprioception
We also discussed how we get energy from food. Like, if we eat rice then how the starch in rice gets digested and converts into glucose to get energy.
@⁨Arunan HBSCE⁩ @⁨CUBE⁩ @⁨Arunima SN Nattika Cardamine⁩ @⁨Aswathy⁩

Summary of discussion by Anshu kadam

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Yesterday (21/9/20)CUBE CHAATSHAALA.We discussed butterfly interaction on Cardamine plant.
How does mother psyche butterfly identify it’s host plant.
Role of sense organs in the butterfly. How do butterfly sense?

For food /Nectors
for mating
host plant for egg-laying
predators

Pupal colour variation and survival techniques in the environment. one pupa has a brown colour and one pupa got from the green environment having green colour how this butterfly sensing.and how humans digest their food.

How the starch-containing rice giving energy.starch is breaking down its simple units like glucose.rice is broken down into sugar and enters your bloodstream .

Cardamine: Lepidoptera possesses variations of the basic body structure which has evolved to gain advantages in adaptation and distribution. The head is shaped like a capsule with appendages arising from it. Adult mouthparts include a prominent proboscis formed from maxillary galeae and are adapted for sucking nectar.

They may have reduced mouthparts, while others have them modified for piercing and sucking blood or fruit juices.

Adult Lepidoptera has two immobile, multi-faceted compound eyes, and only two simple eyes or ocelli, which may be reduced. The three segments of the thorax are fused together. Antennae are prominent and besides the faculty of smell, also aid navigation, orientation, and balance during flight.

The wings, head parts of thorax, and abdomen of Lepidoptera are covered with minute scales, from which feature the order Lepidoptera derives its names, the word lepidos in Ancient Greek meaning “scale”.

Discussion summary by Arunima

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Summary of yesterday CUBE webinar discussed about what are the all senses we human have and which organ is responsible for which sense . This is one of the topic we discussed .

1.Nose - Smell
2.Eyes - Vision / See
3.Toung - Taste
4.Ear - Hearing
5.Skin - Touch

5 sense are already started we know when we are child. Any other sense organ which we have other than this 5 .

Proprioceptor - a sensory receptor which receives stimuli from within the body, especially one that responds to position and movement.

6.Sense of Balance - Give the body balance

Ear gives 2 function - The inner ear is composed of two parts: the cochlea for hearing and the vestibular system for balance. The vestibular system is made up of a network of looped tubes, three in each ear, called the semicircular canals. They loop off a central area called the vestibule.

@⁨Arunan HBSCE⁩ Sir @⁨CUBE⁩ ma’am @⁨Arun 9788⁩ Sir @⁨Saida Cube Rotifers⁩ @⁨Lydia cUBe Drosphila⁩ ma’am @⁨Anshu Kadam (Nematodes)⁩ @⁨Arunima SN Nattika Cardamine⁩ @⁨Krishna⁩

Discussion summary by Aswathy

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To view the recording of CUBE CHATSHAALA discussion, follow the link below:

Presentation
https://webinar.hbcse.tifr.res.in/playback/presentation/2.0/playback.html?meetingId=e325100769fb1c679de47d6c5f4397fa70eeed5c-1600688834768

Screenshare
https://webinar.hbcse.tifr.res.in/recording/screenshare/e325100769fb1c679de47d6c5f4397fa70eeed5c-1600688834768/