STEM Education with Arduinos

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  • My Class Needs arduino kits to learn hands-on technology skills

    STEM Education with Arduinos Classroom Project at Semiahmoo Secondary
    Launched July 20th, 2017 Project Deadline December 17th, 2017
    Classroom Size 30 Students School Size 1500 Students

    My Students

    Students from grade 8-12 will benefit from having hands on experiential learning with versatile technology which will allow them to explore projects of their own design to solve problems which they personally identify and analyse. The use of Arduino kits allows students to explore programming, electrical components, robotics, and engineering.

    How will this project impact them?

    STEM projects allow students to select, explore, develop, test, refine, and innovate challenges selected by the student. Projects can range from explorations into basic electrical components to complex systems which can monitor and adjust environmental conditions. Students will identify and select challenges to solve while learning about programming, electrical components, engineering, and robotics skills. Short-term goals include student projects to aid their understanding of STEM concepts. Long-term goals aim to build students' problem solving abilities with real-life hands-on challenges. Your donation will help to create technical and practical knowledge for youth who are will live in a complex, technology-driven future.

  • Where the $1437.06 goes

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    ARD-Ultimate Learning kit for Arduino

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    $106.39 x 9 = $957.51
    Shipping & Handling $0.00
    Provincial and Federal Taxes $191.50
    Fulfillment Materials * $45.00
    3rd Party Payment Processing Fee ** $27.49
    Project cost excluding donation to support myclassneeds.ca $1,221.50
    Optional donation to support myclassneeds.ca *** $215.56
    Project cost including donation to support myclassneeds.ca $1,437.06
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    * Fulfillment Materials: This covers the physical costs of processing teacher and student thank-you letters and pictures, including printing, postage, labels, envelopes, cover sheets, etc.

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    Disclaimer: MyClassNeeds (MCN ) is the charitable affiliate of Curriculum Services Canada (CSC). MCN and CSC do not endorse or promote any particular supplier, product, or service requested by the teachers through our online crowdfunding platform. MCN assesses every project to ensure that the requested resources represent the most economical and impactful approach to enriching students’ learning experience.

    MCN will contact the school administrator associated with the specific project and ensure that the administrator has given approval to the project to go ahead and that the resources requested meet the fundraising guidelines within their province, board or district and school.

    MCN will seek competitive prices from various suppliers to ensure the best possible price for the materials and services. Where available, MCN may (at our discretion) suggest lower-cost alternatives that may accomplish the same project goals. Our suggestion of an alternate option is not an endorsement by either MCN or CSC of the supplier, product or service and the final decision on the choice of resource is made by the teacher(s) themselves.

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by Mr. Lewis

I am a Science, Math, and Robotics teacher who has taught at several different schools in the Lowermainland. Through my teaching, I have discovered that students learn best with practical, hands-on activities where they take control of the challenge they strive to solve. When students a...

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