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Arduino Coding Part 2: Adding a Variety of Sensors to Your Projects (FLEX)

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Elene Feigenbaum
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(123)
In this 12-week FLEX class (no live classes), students learn how to use a wide variety of digital and analog Arduino sensors to add to their projects and inventions. Devices include RFID reader, joystick, keypad, and accelerometer.

Class experience

After competing this class, students will have working knowledge and ability to hookup and code a wide variety of digital and analog sensors to use in projects of their own design.
I have been a private school middle and high school science teacher for over 30 years. During that time, I taught classes in chemistry, engineering, earth science, life science, chemistry, forensic science, biology, and health.  I enjoy teaching through hands-on experimentation and I believe that students learn best when they are activity engaged in the learning process.

I am an amateur photographer and love to photograph my grandchildren, my dog, and wildlife. I enjoy creating scrapbooks from my photos. I also enjoy tinkering with my Arduino and 3D printer to create inventions of my own.
Homework Offered
Students will be required to watch the recordings of the class and complete the assigned weekly tasks. Students will be required to upload pictures and videos of their projects as well as copies of their code to the Classroom page in Outschool. In addition, there will be weekly posts that students will need to respond to in order to demonstrate participation in the class.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Students will not receive grades unless requested by the parent. Assessment of assignments will be informal consisting of posted feedback on projects, videos, and code.
Grades Offered
Students need to download the free Arduino IDE (version 1.8.13) from www.arduino.cc. Choose the version compatible with your computer, but do not use the beta testing version.

You can buy the components separately, but it would be more expensive than buying a kit that has all the parts you need for this class and for my coding class Part 3. Either of these kits would be more than sufficient for both classes.  There are larger kits with more components, but they are not necessary.

Recommended Devices/kits if you are purchasing components separately:
     Arduino Uno (or clone) with USB cable (or Arduino MEGA)
     solderless breadboard
     3 different color LEDs
     1-3 pushbuttons
     1  potentiometer
     1 rotary encoder
     1 servo motor
     1 ultrasonic sensor
     1 active buzzer
     1 passive piezo buzzer
    1 joystick
    1 keypad
    1 PIR motion sensor(HC-SR501)
    1 RFID reader (RC522 Module)
    1 Remoter control control with IR receiver
    1  DHT-11 module (digital humidity and temperature)
    1 sound sensor
    1 tilt sensor
    1 water level sensor
    1 relay
    1 accelerometer and gyroscope (GY-521 Module)
    Many male-male jumper wires of different colors
    Many male-female jumper wires of different colors
    Resistors ranging from 10-ohm to 1M ohm (comes with kits)

Recommended kit:

https://www.amazon.com/EL-KIT-001-Project-Complete-Starter-Tutorial/dp/B01CZTLHGE/ref=asc_df_B01CZTLHGE/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241907595991&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=8544331822937541734&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9015321&hvtargid=pla-464156272733&psc=1

The following kit also contains all the necessary devices but I will be referencing the Elegoo modules and the REXQualis kit modules may be slightly different.

https://www.amazon.com/REXQualis-Complete-Development-Detailed-Tutorial/dp/B07BLV5LFY/ref=sr_1_23?crid=2I799OHLOOHPD&dchild=1&keywords=arduino+kids+starter+kit&qid=1613573186&sprefix=arduino+kits%2Caps%2C203&sr=8-23


In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Students will need to download a free copy of the Arduino IDE located at www.arduino.cc.  Students may also want to have an account at www.tinkercad.com so they can try out some code before using the Arduino IDE.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(123)
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I have been a private school middle and high school science teacher for over 30 years. During that time, I taught classes in chemistry, engineering, earth science, life science, chemistry, forensic science, biology, and health.  I enjoy teaching... 
Flex Class

$150

for 12 weeks
12 weeks

Completed by 13 learners
No live video meetings
Ages: 12-17

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