Arduino is a microcontroller, a small cheap programmable computer on a microchip. Over the last decade Arduino has become very popular with a broad range of audiences: universities, schools and maker communities automating everything from robots, 3D printers, sport equipment, scientific experiments and devices in the home. In this course we will step through a classroom tested Arduino learning sequence and learn how to read schematics, construct circuits, write and troubleshoot code.
Teachers of Secondary Digital Technologies, Systems Engineering & teachers of various elective subjects that include coding & robotics
2.6.2 Proficient Level - Know the content and how to teach it - Information and Communication Technology (ICT): Use effective teaching strategies to integrate ICT into learning and teaching programs to make selected content relevant and meaningful,
3.1.2 Proficient Level - Plan for and implement Effective Teaching and Learning - Establish challenging learning goals: Set explicit, challenging and achievable learning goals for all students,
3.2.2 Proficient Level - Plan for and implement Effective Teaching and Learning - Plan, structure and sequence learning programs: Plan and implement well-structured learning and teaching programs or lesson sequences that engage students and promote learning
Are you in NSW? If so, this is relevant for you
This course may contribute towards Elective PD hours. Visit https://educationstandards.nsw.edu.au for more details.