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Technology

Physical computing and technologies 

Technologies

 

Soil Sensor

A low cost soil sensor using an Arduino can be used to teach science and math.


Infrared Sensor

A low cost, passive infrared sensor using an Arduino and a red solo cup.


Minecraft

Minecraft can be used to teach all STEAM concepts. Students can cultivate their creativity while applying abstract concepts and 21st century skills. 

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Robotic Car

This robotic car uses an Arduino and an ultrasonic sensor. 


ROTATING ULTRASONIC SENSOR

A rotating ultrasonic sensor supported by Legos detects objects using sound waves. 


Sonic Pi

Sonic Pi is a program on the Raspberry Pi that can be used to create music. Students use mathematical concepts while they learn about rhythm, tempo and key changes.

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Graphite Pencil Piano

A Makey Makey is used to play notes that are drawn on a piece of paper.


Scratch

Scratch is a drag-and-drop based programming language ideal for elementary and middle school children. It makes it simple to introduce concepts like variables, loops and other core prgrmamign skils.

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Weather Station

A SenseHAT using the Raspberry Pi can detect temperature, barometric pressure and humidity. Students can gather and analyze data from their classroom weather station.

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