How to Choose a Microcontroller for your Classroom (HP71)

Thursday, March 5 3:15 pm–5:05 pm
WCC - 2B

Pre-Registration Required (Open)

What are all these microcontroller boards and how do I use them?? This workshop covers the basics of common microcontrollers like Arduino, micro:bit, and the Raspberry Pi. Participants will learn about hardware features, software coding languages, and examples of what we can (and can't) do with them. This workshop is designed for educators looking to decide what microcontrollers to start working with and invest in for their classrooms or other educational environments.

Type: BYOD Workshop
Focus Area: Coding, CTE, CTO/IT Specialists, Digital Citizenship, Emerging Trends, Makerspace, Robotics, Special Ed, STEM/STEAM, Teacher Librarian
Skill Level: All levels

Presented by

Jennifer Fox Jennifer Fox, FoxBot Industries

Jennifer Fox is an engineer, a maker, and an educator. After dabbling in dark matter (B.S., Physics, Occidental College), Fox settled into engineering (M.S., Mechanical Engineering, UCLA) with a blend of inventing and education, leading her to found FoxBot Industries in mid-2015. Fox’s work through FoxBot Industries has been featured by SparkFun Electronics, Adafruit Industries, Make: Media, Living Computers: Museum + Labs, Instructables, HackaDay, IEEE, and the Pacific Science Center