Coding is becoming an essential basic skill—just like reading, writing, and mathematics—for students to thrive in the 21st century digital age. Whether they are interested in science or arts, loves animals or sports, coding can help them pursue their interests now and open up countless opportunities in their future.
Physical computing involves building interactive physical systems with the use of software and hardware that can sense and respond to the world around us. Examples include interactive arts, sensor-based plantings, musical instruments, and DIY robots.
We use the programming language, mBlock (a variant of Scratch) to teach coding and the Arduino (a mini computer the size of a credit card) to introduce physical computing.
Mr. Nigel (016-8085820)