EXPIRED Physical Computing in KS2 with the Crumble Controller -16 November
Face-to-face course on 16 November 1530- 1700
Physical computing involves programming digital devices to sense and interact with the world – an engaging alternative to screen-only activity. It touches upon many areas of the computing curriculum, bringing subject knowledge and programming skills to engaging and enjoyable classroom activities.
The Crumble Controller is an easy-to-use programmable device, ideal for physical computing in primary schools. It is capable of driving two motors. With 4 input/output terminals, children can connect LEDs, switches and other interesting add-ons.
During this CPD you’ll explore how Crumble can be used in the classroom, with blocks of code ‘snapping’ together in an easy-to-use, Scratch-like environment suitable for key stage 2. You’ll find out how to setup the device, how to make use of input and output terminals and explore how to use the device with children…. for more information see Physical Computing Kit – KS2 Crumble | STEM
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