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Saturday, February 29 • 10:15am - 11:15am
What do Micro:bits Have to do with Conserving Water? LIMITED

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Are you looking for ways to incorporate coding into your life or Earth science courses?  In this hands-on workshop participants will write code, and utilize micro:bits to create a soil moisture probe and an automatic watering robot.  After reviewing micro:bits basics, we will use everyday material, iron nails and mini servos (DC motors) to build and test the device.  While this is not an advanced session, it is ideal if participants have basic knowledge of block or JavaScript coding and/or previous experience with micro:bits.
Participants must bring their own device.

Speakers
avatar for Jose Marquez

Jose Marquez

STEM Coordinator, 1978
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 year I have had the privilege of supporting K - 12 teachers as they navigate the instructional shifts in the new framework... Read More →
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Rudy Escobar

STEM Coordinator, Stanislaus COE
STEM Coordinator with a demonstrated history of working in education. Skilled in STEM PreK-12 Education, Science, Computer Science, STEM, Science, Technology, Physical Computing, Coding, Robotics, Curriculum Design, and Engineering Project-based learning Strong program and project... Read More →


Saturday February 29, 2020 10:15am - 11:15am PST
H104