Arduino Robotics Continuing for Elementary and Middle School Students
July 19 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Students will work individually or in pairs with an Arduino board and learn how to connect it, get it running, and begin basic robotics projects. No prior experience is required but generally a middle school level of math and language is useful.
For students who can set up an Arduino board to use a sensor to output light or sound, the continuing level class is appropriate. In the past, the continuing lesson has included programming the Arduino car to complete an obstacle course of the student’s creation.
Programming of the breadboard design is done in TinkerCAD. Programming of the car’s actions is done in the Arduino IDE programming language.
After this lesson you can make additional appointments to learn more or put this topic into use.
After online registration closes, please contact SDM for space availability.
This topic can also be taught at any time in individual sessions either in the shop or remotely. Please call for more information.
Cancellation must be at least 48 hours before the lesson begins to avoid further appointment restrictions.
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