Arduino is an open source microcontroller kit for building digital devices and interactive objects that can sense and control objects in the physical world. It is a low-cost and easy way for teachers and students to create devices that interact with their environment, using such things as sensors and motors. Common examples would include simple robots, thermostats and motion detectors.
Bentley Park College is offering educators a workshop to introduce them to Arduino. You’ve heard the name, you might have missed our previous workshop arranged with QSITE, now come and find out.
Electronics, coding and problem solving in the classroom.
Warning: Contains Science and Mathematics
(TA16 – See map on next page)
Cost: $0 (All funded by Google CS4HS)
Suitable for: Educators who want to learn and play.
Transferable to students in Year 5 and up.
Register: Email: Paw Kappel (firstname.lastname@example.org)