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Electronics: Light up a LED
In this class, students will learn the basics of electronics and circuits and use their new skills in TinkerCad to Practice and light up a LED.
Zen Maker Lab
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Do you want to become a master electrician one day? Or maybe you just want to understand a little bit more about how the electronics we use every day actual works? In this class, you will learn the building blocks of circuits and how energy is transferred in electronics. With this new knowledge, you will use TinkerCAD to build your own circuit simulations. You will complete multiple activities to solidify your knowledge and teach you how to safely and effectively light up a LED. No prior...
Electricity Concepts Circuits How to light up a LED
To get the most out of this class experience a laptop or Chromebook is strongly recommended. Tablets and iPads are not fully supported by some software used in this class.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class uses an online website called TinkerCAD to build circuits. We will suppy a student account for students to use and they will be asked to name their project with their first name and last initial.
Zen Maker Lab
Design Make Play
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
17 total reviews
35 completed classes
Zen Maker Lab has provided students engaging content related to science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) since 2013. Our Teachers are mostly engineering students/graduates with experience in teaching. They all love learning...