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Electronics made simple - Norfolk
Tuesday, July 17, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 3:15 PM (BST)
Norfolk, United Kingdom
Electronics made simple
This free hands-on all day workshop will focus on electronics and aims to demonstrate easy ways to develop electronics activities for STEM enrichment such as an after school club using affordable kits. Introducing electronics to the curriculum will also be explored.
- Learn how to use Simulation software to design circuits
- See a CNC engraver cutting Circuit Boards
- Build project kits courtesy of Kitroniks and receive a resource CD (With schemes of work) and their latest catalogue.
- Build at least 3 projects starting with a basic Ley Stage 3 and 2 that are suitable for GCSE.
- A presentation on the use of Flowol 3 fair ground ride programming
- How to programme a micro controller Integrated Chip
- Angela Carpenter from STEMNET will talk about the STEM Ambassador scheme and how to get involved
- Lynda Watts from API technologies will talk on skill shortage in Electronics
- Three Yr10 students will demonstrate their circuit designs
This event will be lead by Paul Bexfield, who's electronics course at Lynn Grove school has attracted national radio attention. Lunch will be provided.
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