16 November 2016 and 13 March 2017
9-12 noon
Dryden Centre
Led by Mike Carter, Tyn Can Ltd

Physical Computing allows pupils to engage with the real world.

The Raspberry Pi controls the inputs and outputs allowing pupils to connect LED lights, motors and buzzers together to create physical models which can be controlled by programming using Scratch which connects to the Raspberry Pi.

Content:

  • Using Scratch GPIO to control lights, buzzers and motors
  • Basic electronic connections
  • Extending programming to the real world
  • Construct and test programs

Subject area: Computing
Who is it for?: KS2 Computing co-ordinators/Class teachers/Learning Assistants

Cost: £140.00 (includes Physical Computing Kit which delegates will use during the course and take back to use in school).
Additional staff from the same school £70.00 (without Physical Computing Kit)

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