O2 Educational IoT Manual – Online editor

1) DOWNLOAD the Manual on Online Editor (Scratch 3, Makecode and an overview on the compatible hardware)

2) Learning Scenarios

Germany: how to…
… build a smart farm with arduino:

… build a biofeedback apparatus with arduino:

Biofeedback ProcessingApp

Romania: how to…
… build a gas leakage monitoring and control system:
Smart home – Gas leakage monitoring and control system  – Learning scenario
Smart home – Gas leakage monitoring and control system – Presentation

… build a model of a house that has some of the functions of a smart house
A smart house model – Learning scenario
A smart house model – Presentation
Greece: how to…
… make a fire management and detection system for the forests

… detect the amount of remaining water in an improvised watering system
Italy: How to…

…build a smart bottle

Smart bottle – Learning scenario

Denmark: how to…
…use LED and IoT objects
Communicate with IoT objects

… use coding geometry
TinkerCAD coding

This Manual, the IO2 will be comprised, like the IO1, of two parts (A2):

1) The first on will be comprised:
a) An Introduction to IoT wearable devices for educational purposes;
b) How to use a free software Editor
c) How to connect a free software editor to an open source semplifies electronics prototyping platform;
d) Sensors (First part): Gyroscope, accelerometer, tilt sensor, light sensor, magnetometer.

2) The schools will be using this Manual in the course of Training courses, and to work on the programmable devices, developing Situated Learning Scenarios and Lesson plans at the end of the application activities. This Manual will be a work-in-progress where teachers and students will be adding their examples, exercises, models and softwares. This part will also include Teachers’ Lesson Plans; Cases and Examples; Applications of fre software editor to several school  subjects (Physics, Geometry, Math, History, Design, Arts, Economy, ect).

The work started at September, and in October we organised the first course. Here some video to resume the course on IO2: