Electronics

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We live in a world that currently depends a lot on electronics. Electronic devices helped to monitor heartbeat, guide car safely to their destination, carry sound of your voice, and accelerate the development towards new innovations. It’s interesting to understand how a machine work and student will be fascinated to be part of this journey to learn more about microcontrollers. This class will provide knowledge on how to use Electronic components, circuit design and programming.

At end of this course, student will gain knowledge to develop projects using Arduino kit and also learn 21st century skills such as collaboration and problem solving.

  • Introduction to Electrical & Electronic basics:

Sensor is a device, module, machine, or subsystem whose purpose is to detect events or changes in its environment and send the information to computer processor. Sensors are central to industrial applications being used for process control, monitoring, and safety and also being used for diagnostics, monitoring, critical care and public health. 

Sensors such as IR sensor, Motion sensor, Infrared sensor, Sound sensor, Touch sensor and many more are part of Arduino. It inspires the student to understand about these sensors and develop real time productive experiments.

  • Introduction to programming:

    Student will use block coding in introduction classes to program Arduino board.  Gradually student will start building programs using Arduino Integrated Development IDE. The Arduino programming language is based on a very simple hardware programming language called processing, which is similar to the C language and understand importance of setup() and loop() syntax.
  • Breadboard & LEDs:

    Breadboards are one of the most fundamental pieces when learning how to build circuits. In this course, student will learn a little bit about what breadboards are, why they are called breadboards, and how to use one. Connecting LED to Arduino experiment helps student to learn more about breadboard pins. Student begin with one LED and move on with developing light patterns experiments with bunch of LEDs.
  • Introduction to sensors:

Sensor is a device, module, machine, or subsystem whose purpose is to detect events or changes in its environment and send the information to computer processor. Sensors are central to industrial applications being used for process control, monitoring, and safety and also being used for diagnostics, monitoring, critical care and public health. 

Sensors such as IR sensor, Motion sensor, Infrared sensor, Sound sensor, Touch sensor and many more are part of Arduino. It inspires the student to understand about these sensors and develop real time productive experiments.

  • Give life to junk:

    Arduino allows any recycled material to be turned into a valuable junk bot. Young designers may use key materials such as everyday objects, plastic bottles, old CDs and discarded cardboard, and combine them with simple electronic components to make them work. To render a functional junkbot, the students must apply key STEM concepts which they have gained from this course. It would develop child imagination, problem-solving abilities and construction abilities.
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