Micro:bit Recycled Racer (Grades 5-11)

Explore Green Technology with our newest classroom kit by learning how to code an electric vehicle using a Microbit and recycled garbage.  Students will code micro:bits to communicate with one another to create a remote-controlled vehicle with a chassis made out of recycled materials!  Our Microbit classroom kit has activities linked to ELA, Science, Social […]

Tinkercad CROCS Shoe Charm (Gr. 5 – 9)

This session will demonstrate how to use Tinkercad to design 3-D printed  "Croc" charms that students can design and clip into their Crocs.  This is a hands-on practical session that will give teachers the confidence to use Tinkercad in their classroom to have students design their charm to put on their Croc or use as […]

Tinkercad Code Blocks Pen

This session introduces codeblocks to grade 6 to 9 teachers. Tinkercad Codeblocks can be used to create 3-D objects and teach concepts of computational thinking, design, and coding. Participants will learn how to make a customized pen. Teachers can do this activity with their class and send the files to Saskcode to print. We will […]

IN PERSON – Micro:bit Green Tech Recycled Racer PD (Gr. 5-9)

This live in - person session will explore Green Technology by learning how to code an electric vehicle using a Microbit and recycled garbage.  Students will code micro:bits to communicate with one another to create a remote-controlled vehicle with a chassis made out of recycled materials!  Our Microbit classroom kit has activities linked to ELA, […]

IN PERSON: Artificial Intelligence – Facial Recognition using Micro:bit (Gr. 6 – 11)

This live in - person session will demonstrate how to code and wire micro:bit and the Huskylens to use facial recognition to create a security system that engages lights, sounds, and a lock mechanism (servo motor).  Once registered, you will receive a confirmation and then will be contacted with more detailed information. All activities are […]

Arduino (Grades 7-12)

Learn the basics of Arduino microcontroller boards! Make use of sensors, lights, motors, and other components to create autonomous, interactive projects that engage your students in problem-solving using circuits. This […]