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Year 7-10 students work towards creating a dexterity game with the use of LEDs, LDRs, potentiometers and an Arduino Uno.

Onsite at Quantum

Students engage in hands-on STEM education to develop 21st Century skills. 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 targets students from Year 7 to 10 with no prior programming and electronics knowledge needed.

Online Outreach Module 

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

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To access this outreach, teachers will need to register their class via the following link to receive the accompanying resources:

Synchronous Outreach Session

This program is also available as a free synchronous session for Rural Government Schools. 

Students will learn about and create circuits through a series of challenges in a virtual electronics lab environment (Tinkercad Circuits). The students will then be introduced to microcontrollers and use a virtual Arduino microcontroller to logically control their virtual electronic circuits. The outreach is run over two sessions or can be condensed to one 90min session.

For onsite availability please check our calendar 

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On-site, Online
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On-site Duration
1 day
  • Arrival: 9:45am
  • Finish: 2:15pm