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Saturday, February 29 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Arduino 101: Basics of Electronics, Coding and Robotics FILLING

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In this hands-on workshop, participants will experience how the inexpensive microprocessor Arduino can be used in the classroom to enhance science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and computer science.

In this workshop participants will:
  • Learn the basics of an Arduino 
  • Learn how to copy/write code for Arduino
  • Experience activities using the Arduino to enhance STEM in the classroom.
Participants in this workshop must bring their own device. It would be helpful to have the Arduino and mBlock resources downloaded and available on your device before attending.
Links to get downloaded software:

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Rudy Escobar

STEM and Computer Science Coordinator, SCOE Instructional Support Services
Rudy Escobar, a STEM and Computer Science Coordinator, and Micro:bit Champion, holds a (M.Ed.) focused in STEAM. With expertise in PreK-12 computer science, science, coding, robotics, engineering, project-based learning, and flipped teaching, he is proficient in creating engaging... Read More →
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Jose Marquez

Project Coordinator STEM / History, SCOE Instructional Support Services
My name is Jose Marquez and I am a project coordinator in curriculum and instruction for Stanislaus County Office of Education in Modesto, CA.  For the past 6 years, I have had the privilege of supporting K - 12 teachers as they navigate the instructional shifts in the new framework... Read More →

Saturday February 29, 2020 12:45pm - 1:45pm PST