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What is Arduino Education?

Arduino Education is a dedicated global team formed by education experts, content developers, engineers and interaction designers, focused on developing the next generation of STEAM programmes and supporting teachers and students’ needs throughout the educational journey.

Arduino is an open-source hardware, software and content platform with a global community. It’s intended for anyone making interactive projects.

Arduino technology is used to:

Develop: At universities it is widely adopted in the fields of engineering, Internet of Things, robotics, art, and design, to name just a few.

Teach and Learn: Many secondary schools use it with innovative techniques for cross-curriculum studies.

Play: Primary schools use toys powered by Arduino technology to introduce physical learning, logic, building skills, and problem solving. Arduino’s Immersive Educational Environment promotes the creative process through project-based learning, with a focus on student interaction and group collaboration.

 

Creative Technologies in the Classroom 101

 

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Creative Technologies in the Classroom 101 (CTC 101), is the flagship Arduino educational program for schools.

Arduino CTC 101 is a modular STEAM program consisting of a toolbox with 26 projects and easy-to-assemble experiments, an online platform, and guided training/support for educators. The program, tailored for ages 13 to 17, has 5 modules and introduces students to the foundations of programming and basic coding, Arduino boards and digital signals, analog signals and serial communication, robotics, power systems and motors, wireless communication via Bluetooth and advanced sensors.

 

 

 

CTC Go!

Toolbox

Includes boards, shields and components for a class of up to 30 students: 6 Arduino 101 boards and Education Shields; a set of components; motors; and plug-and-play sensors and actuators.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CTC Program

Online Platform

Users receive access to the online platform for a year. Up to 3 educators are granted access. Educators can then add/remove students to/ from the platform at any time within that year—up to 30 per toolbox.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Educators Support

Dedicated online communication from the Arduino Education team from the start: toolbox purchase advice, online platform access, student enrollment, and further questions regarding CTC 101 deployment in the classroom.

 

 

 

 

 

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Feel free to contact our education consultants now!

Primary (North & South), Secondary (East / West) & Tertiary Institutes
Name: Murtaza Njmudden
Email: murtaza@ducklearning.com
Tel: 9752 5201

Primary (East & West) & Secondary (North/South), Learning Centres,  Preschools & International Schools
Name: Ivan Lau
Email: ivan@ducklearning.com
Tel: 9728 2981