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Introduction to virtual electric circuits with Tinkercad

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Friday, January 29, 2021

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05:00 PM Europe/Berlin

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Introduction to virtual electric circuits with Tinkercad

The scope of this webinar is to introduce primary and secondary school science teachers to the design of electric circuits and the programming of microcontrollers by using the online virtual environment of Tinkercad (www.tinkercad.com). Tinkercad offers many benefits as it doesn’t require any installation or high-performance computer and all electronic components possess almost real-world characteristics. Simulating a project can be really quick and easy and besides it is absolutely free for everyone.
Presenter

Astrinos Tsoutsoudakis

Astrinos Tsoutsoudakis teaches Science at the Upper Secondary School (Lyceum) of Gazi and is the Head of the 1st Laboratory Center for Science Education in Heraklion, Crete. He has presented his teaching projects in several national and international Science on Stage festivals and was one of the authors of the publication Coding in STEM Education.
Presenter

Science on Stage Europe

Science on Stage Europe is a network for STEM teachers focusing on the exchange of best practice teaching ideas. The ultimate goal is to improve STEM teaching by supporting educators in their professional development and growth. By spreading innovative teaching concepts among Europe’s science teachers we enable more students to gain the affordable skills they need for a challenging future and encourage them to consider a career in science, ICT or engineering.
Find out more at www.science-on-stage.eu