Age range: 11 - 14
Resource type: lesson plan
Author: Anastasiou Maria, Pachouli Agni
This resource is one of the 36 Scientix lesson plans that were developed during the “STEM Is Everywhere!” MOOC, the first ever online course funded and carried out exclusively by Scientix and hosted on the EUN Academy. The course aimed to connect Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) classes with “real life” and supported teachers in integrating real-world problems into their STEM lessons and practices. In this lesson, students are expected to work in groups of three, and they are challenged to construct and programme their own autonomous night-light in order to place their theoretical knowledge of electrical circuits in a physical context. In addition, students are expected to improve their programming skills through physical computing.
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