- — Suz Feodoroff (@fEDsie)Tue, Jul 14 2015 10:02:50#ozcschat Very excited. First time moderating a chat. I'm a high school science and tech teacher and really getting into hardware hacking.
- — Joachim Cohen (@JoachimCohen123)Tue, Jul 14 2015 10:10:30
- — Joachim Cohen (@JoachimCohen123)Tue, Jul 14 2015 10:09:17A1: All you need is a spirit of adventure and no fear of failure....bumps along the way....awesome journey #ozcschat
Hardware Hacking #OZCSCHAT
Microcomputers and development boards such as Raspberry Pi’s, Arduino’s and Intel Galileo’s are becoming increasingly popular. They allow users to combine gadgets (such as LED’s, fans, motors, sensors), software and coding to create very cool projects that integrate learning in a variety of subjects including science, technology, engineering, art and maths (STEAM). They also provide a context for authentic learning and real world processes and problem solving. Apart from that, they can be a lot of fun, engaging and really addictive!