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Saturday, March 12
 

2:45pm AEDT

Embedding embedded technologies into your classroom practices.
In this session, participants will be introduced to a range of electronic hardware and software resources and activities suitable for students from stage 3-6. An introduction to the basics of electric circuits followed by a review of the educational resources available will be included. Examples of student work (e.g. e-Textiles and Arduino projects) and lesson plans ready to use will be provided.

Speakers
avatar for Bronwyn Moreton

Bronwyn Moreton

Leveraging her experience as both an engineer and an educator, Bronwyn encourages teachers and their students to become producers rather than consumers of technology. Bronwyn evangelises the use of robotics in the classroom to introduce students to the principles of computational... Read More →


Saturday March 12, 2016 2:45pm - 3:30pm AEDT
R4 C3.8
 
Sunday, March 13
 

11:45am AEDT

Connecting the world to Scratch
Scratch.mit.edu is a wonderful free visual programming tool for making animations, games and stories. You can also connect it to touch pads, motors, sensors, Twitter feeds, and gesture controllers with experimental ScratchX extensions.

We will look at several physical devices which can be connected to Scratch projects such as MakeyMakey, Lego, Arduino, and possibly more.

The workshop will feature demonstrations and hands-on discovery with musical instruments, interactive posters and drawing robots. Explore how Scratch and its extensions can be used to teach coding in a range of curriculum areas including science, music and art.

Suitable for teachers of years 3 - 10.

Speakers
avatar for Digital K

Digital K

teacher, Code and Create
Digital creativity educator. Coding, Making, Electronics, Music, Film, Storytelling. Ask me about school incursions + teacher PD


Sunday March 13, 2016 11:45am - 12:30pm AEDT
C3.50 C3.50
 


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