Teaching Physical Computing to 5-11 year olds – Teacher Training

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Last updated on May 24, 2024 4:24 am

Teach your young learners how to build electronic circuits as well as the block-based language skills needed to control circuits, from Raspberry Pi Foundation.

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Who is the course for?

This course is designed for educators of all types, in schools or informal settings.

It will help you begin your physical computing journey and use physical computing to help to teach young children how to program.

What topics will you cover?

Using physical computing devices in primary school

Using a Crumble to light LEDs and turn motors

Using buttons and sensors as inputs to a Crumble

The programming concepts of sequence, repetition, selection, and using variables

Building a buggy with a Crumble

An introduction to Micro:bit

What will you achieve?

By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…

Evaluate different commercially available physical computing tools

Apply your programming knowledge to control digital inputs and outputs

Develop physical computing projects using a Crumble microcontroller from task to completed build

Demonstrate how to use the micro:bit MakeCode editor and emulator

Design suitable physical computing projects for your learning context

Reflect on your learning and create ideas for your classroom practice

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