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Programming with Arduinos

Learning Areas and Capabilities
Critical and Creative ThinkingMathematicsPhysics
Level 7Level 8Level 9Level 10
This program explores the physics and engineering concepts associated with electrical circuit theory, design and programming.

Students will explore the physics and engineering concepts including:

  • circuit theory

  • designing and creating circuits

  • analogue and digital inputs and outputs

  • controlling circuits with a microcontroller and microcontroller programming.

No prior experience in electric/electronic circuits or programming is required.

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On-Site at Quantum Victoria

Students use LEDs, LDRs, potentiometers and an Arduino Uno to create a dexterity game. They will exercise problem-solving skills whilst programming and working with electronic circuits to solve problems related to real-world applications. A visual programming language; Snap4Arduino is used throughout the day. 

This program will culminate in the students creating an authentic electronic device

On-Site at Quantum Victoria
We are located at 235 Kingsbury Drive, Macleod West Victoria
Arrival: 9:45am
Finish: 2:15pm
These are suggested times, and will be confirmed with you at the time of booking.

Online Portal

This portal module guides students through the fundamentals of electricity, electric/electronic circuits and components and circuit theory. The activities in the module make use of simulated electrical laboratories.

Online Portal
Students can access the program via the Online Portal
16 hours
This is an estimate of the time required by students to complete the program. Progress is saved as students complete the program, and this does not need to be completed in one continuous block.
Student and Teacher resources are available
Resources can be downloaded from your Booking Page in the Teacher Portal

Synchronous (with Quantum Victoria)

Through a series of challenges in a virtual electronics lab environment (Tinkercad Circuits), students will utilise acquired knowledge to create circuits.

The students will then be introduced to microcontrollers and use a virtual Arduino microcontroller to logically control their virtual electronic circuits. This is delivered over two sessions or can be condensed to one 90min session.

We acknowledge that Secondary Schools operate within a timetable and can offer a range of times to accommodate this.

Real-time online
Delivered by Quantum Victoria teachers
2 x 1 hour
Booking enquiry for Programming with Arduinos
This could be a specific date, a term, a month - we will discuss availabilities with you to find a time that works for you.

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