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Nik's Learning Technology Blog. ✨Your Smarticles✨ Physics Toolbox Sensor Suite - App Android su Google Play. Award Winning Virtual Lab Simulations. STEM Programs for Educators - Because Learning. Award Winning Virtual Lab Simulations. Szakköri anyag – micro:bit botorkálás. Megjelent a Programozzunk micro:biteket!

Szakköri anyag – micro:bit botorkálás

Című szakköri anyagunk, amely szabadon letölthető. A szakköri tematikát 14 alkalomra terveztük, a célcsoportot a kódolással ismerkedő diákok jelentik, ezért a Makecode Blokk szerkesztőt használjuk, a példákat ezen környezetben hoztuk létre és osztottuk meg. A mellékletben a felületen elérhető, gyakran használt blokkok rövid leírását is közöljük. Leírásunk elsősorban informatika tanárok számára készült, ezért nem térünk ki az alapvető programozással kapcsolatos fogalmak ismertetésére (pl. ciklus, elágazás). Kérjük a kollégákat, hogy ezen fogalmakat a megfelelő helyen, a szakköri anyagban található példák segítségével magyarázzák el a diákoknak. Kiadványunk csak egy lehetséges tematikát mutat be, ettől szabadon el lehet térni, sőt arra bíztatunk mindenkit, hogy módosítsa az anyagot, vigye bele saját ötleteit a foglalkozásokba.

Microbit prg - Lénárd András. The Fine Art of Electronics {under construction} The Fine Art of Electronics {under construction} This tutorial shows you how to make a paper battery holder for coin cell batteries (CR2032 and CR2016).

The Fine Art of Electronics {under construction}

Scroll to the bottom of this page for the video tutorial. Materials and Tools battery holder template printed on cardstock (download PDF here) conductive copper tape (available at digikey and sparkfun)regular tape (e.g. scotch tape or masking tape)scissorssurface mount LEDs (White, Green, Blue, Red, Yellow)3V coin cell battery (CR2032 or the thinner CR2016) Steps Step 1: cut out the template Step 2: cut two pieces of copper tape, about 3 inches long each Step 3: make the positive lead Take one of the copper tape pieces and peel off the paper backing. Stick the copper tape over the horizontal part of the “L” shaped line, on the front of the battery holder, and fold the tape to follow the “L” shape. Leave the excess copper tape hanging off the battery holder. Build a Simple Circuit From a Pizza Box (No Soldering): 8 Steps. AdWords We use AdWords to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by AdWords.

Build a Simple Circuit From a Pizza Box (No Soldering): 8 Steps

Ads are based on both AdWords data and behavioral data that we collect while you’re on our sites. The data we collect may include pages you’ve visited, trials you’ve initiated, videos you’ve played, purchases you’ve made, and your IP address or device ID. This information may be combined with data that AdWords has collected from you. We use the data that we provide to AdWords to better customize your digital advertising experience and present you with more relevant ads. LiveRamp. Share it! Science : DIY Paper Circuit Board Games. If you're looking for an activity that can keep kids engaged indoors for hours (literally) then you definitely want to try building your own light-up board games using paper circuits.

Share it! Science : DIY Paper Circuit Board Games

This is a great STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) activity because through the process, your children or students will put their creative powers to use designing the game and board, learn the ins and outs of electric circuits, plus- design, test and tweak their light-up circuits like an engineer. When I was teaching in the science classroom I used "design your own board games" every year with my 4th and 5th graders as a way to review at the end of the term. Kids love building games, and they worked hard to make the games challenging for their classmates, which meant they really reviewed the material accurately to do so. I always had to incorporate extra time into my plan for building the games and the culminating game tournament.

Tutorials and Learning Resources. Tutorials and Learning Resources. A Beginner's Guide to Microcontrollers: 10 Steps. LeonARdo Da Vinci az első STE@M Maker. Conductive. Labz Guides. Paper Circuits For Makerspaces. Paper Circuits using Circuit Stickers – CC Jie Qi Flickr FREE – Get (5) Paper Circuit Project Templates Plus a Few BONUSES A paper circuit is a low-voltage electronic circuit that is created on paper or cardboard using conductive copper tape, LEDs and a power source such as a coin-cell battery. Creating paper circuits is a good way to teach the basics of electricity and how circuits function.

In addition to being educational, they can also be a fun makerspace project that helps to bring artwork and paper craft to life. By adding sensors, buzzers and motors to your circuit, you can also add another dimension of interactivity. Simple Circuit Canvas Creature Project for Kids. During the school break, we created a simple craft and electronics project to make with our kids.

Simple Circuit Canvas Creature Project for Kids

I love the idea of adding electronics to a craft activity. We had fun drawing pictures and learned about the polarity of electricity. These simple circuit canvas creatures are quick and easy to make and you only need a few inexpensive resources. My original idea was soon modified and improved by our 7 year olds. Read on to learn how we made it.Also See: Pop Up Circuit Card. We found a project like this on and added a switch to the circuit to make it our own.

Pop Up Circuit Card

We have had so much fun making this with all ages at our community center here in Boston and would highly recommend making them. It is so much fun and you also learn about circuits and get a chance to be creative, inventive and practice troubleshooting. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Have fun "making"! Donna BCYF Menino Community Center Boston, MA. Light it Up - Maker Camp. Paper Circuits For Makerspaces. Makerspace. Paper Circuits For Makerspaces - Make it Move Contest. Sponsor.

Make it Move Contest

The Instructables Make it Move Contest 2018 (the "Contest") is an online contest with skill, ability and knowledge components that is sponsored by Autodesk, Inc., a Delaware corporation having its principal office at 111 McInnis Parkway, San Rafael, CA 94103, USA ("Sponsor"), in connection with the Instructables service and website,, (the "Sponsor Site"). The Contest is co-sponsored by the company or companies listed here, if any (each, a "Co-Sponsor"): The Contest is governed by these Official Rules (these "Rules").

For any questions regarding the Contest, the Sponsor may be contacted by email at [] or by mail at the address identified in Section B.16 ("Winner's List; Mailing List") below.Overview; Object of the Contest. The object of the Contest is to create an Instructables project that meets the format, content and other requirements identified in Section A.5 ("How to Enter") below. Judging. DRAWING WITH CONDUCTIVE INK.