Idea: science packs for schools?
zleap at zleap.net
Fri Nov 25 21:42:31 UTC 2016
Further to all this
little man computer, is a simulator i think for assembly language teaching.
On 25/11/16 20:11, Paul Sutton wrote:
> I think Arduino (or clones) could be really good here, i demoed a few
> simple projects at a secondary (11 - 18) science fair and got some
> interest, things like temperature etc, thing with arduino it is more
> complex but no oS to worry about so you write, compile, upload, so
> potentially better for embedded project. you can use a pi to write to
> arduino anyway, I would look at both, if only to raise awareness of
> both and also that a good engineer uses the right tool for the job, be
> it hardware or software.
> On 25/11/16 19:23, Roger Sicart Rams wrote:
>> Well, that could be part of the course, but I meant something more like
>> getting hands dirty hacking the hardware/software kit.
>> On 11/25/2016 06:22 PM, amunizp wrote:
>>>> interesting to propose it as course in schools or online (like on
>>>> Coursera or a similar site).
>>> Like 'Road to digital freedom' online course?
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