05 Aug 2017 - 30 Dec 2017 at Tech Mahindra, Cyberjaya, Selangor
01 Jul 2017 - 25 Nov 2017 at Tech Mahindra, Cyberjaya, Selangor
01 Jul 2017 - 28 Oct 2017 at Krystal Point, Bayan Lepas, Penang
07 Aug 2017 - 30 Nov 2017 at TBD, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
10 Feb 2018 - 10 Jun 2018 at Tech Mahindra, Cyberjaya, Selangor
03 Mar 2018 - 28 Jul 2018 at Block A2, Saradise Kuching, Kuching, Sarawak
07 Apr 2018 - 01 Sep 2018 at City Square, Jalan Pending, Kuching, Sarawak
12 Jan 2018 - 18 May 2018 at TBD, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Arduino Projects with Scratch
Arduino is an embedded system that is the size of a credit card, which can interact with sensors, actuators, the Internet, and even your smartphone. There is a large community of enthusiasts who are willing to teach and share their useful projects. As a result, Arduino is the perfect platform for creatives, hobbyists, hackers, newbies, and anyone who wishes to create interactive electronics projects.
Code editors let you write programs that instruct a computer to perform tasks. Suitable for learning problem solving, logical reasoning, and creative thinking, Scratch is a graphical, drag and drop code editor where coding blocks snap together. Children are naturally excited about building things with building blocks, and Scratch taps into this excitement and makes coding fun.
9 years and above
2 hours/week over 4 months
MYR 198.00 /month + Arduino Starter Set @ discounted price of MYR 169.00
What do you need to bring
Own laptop (Windows or Mac) with power supply and mouse.
Drinking water and light snack if required.
Students complete hands-on projects that introduce important concepts of coding (such as using loops, variables, and conditionals), teach embedded system (such as understanding digital and analogue I/Os, using sensors), and demonstrates electrical concepts (such as resistance, capacitance, and voltage divider).
Design thinking skills are infused into the learning of coding and embedded system. Students become fully engaged throughout the design thinking process where mentors and students collaborate in a design challenge to repurpose and transform existing toys into new, improved items.