Teach Students about the Electronics we use Daily
Studies have shown that a curriculum that includes electronics and technology improves early literacy skills in children. It elevates learning and retention power in kids and helps them step outside their comfort zone to learn new things. We see and use electronics on a regular and consistent basis throughout our day. From the alarm on our phone that wakes us to the stoplights on the roads we drive along. Technology and digital skills are now considered basic literacy skills for students as we live in a world surrounded by technology. It's important for our youth to develop an understanding of these digital systems (hardware and software) to demystify technology, reveal its humanity, and empower students to engage in an increasingly digital world with confidence and vision. These products can help educators teach students about simple circuits, traffic light sequences, programming a parking sensor, or even how to create a self-sufficient greenhouse that can automatically water your plants - plus many more projects!