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In this session students will create a logic circuit to represent a Mars rover MOT. They will identify the necessary logic gates and consider numerous inputs, which will be combined and traversed in person. They will make the link between truth tables and undertake testing and some simplification to reduce the...
Use these combat cards to show how technology has evolved over the years. From Apple iPads, Raspberry Pi, Micro:bit to the IMB Personal computer. Compare RAM size, Cache, CPU, whilst learning how each piece of technology was made and developed.
Computing concepts do not always have to be taught with a computer, and this booklet offers a variety of ‘unplugged’ activities, designed to be completed without a digital device.
It consists of seven activities, including;
- Networks in the local area, including CCTV, Wi-fi and 4G/5G
This Royal Academy of Engineering resource teaches students coding through a series of physical computing and practical activities that explore the essential role engineers have in supporting the emergency services and search and rescue missions.
Combining plugged activities, using a Crumble Controller, and...
The Royal Academy of Engineering explores cyber control through this activity pack, looking at networks of connected devices. It covers:
- The benefits of devices connected via the internet and scenarios to consider
- The dangers of hacking
- A programming task using the micro:bit using...
This CREST Silver level resource pack focuses on Machine Learning, with a variety of project ideas enabling students to investigate machine learning in a real-life context, exploring innovative ideas and solutions for the future, such as:
- Machine learning in disease detection
- Self-driving car...
This CREST Bronze level resource pack focuses on Machine Learning, with a variety of project ideas enabling students to investigate machine learning in a real-life context, exploring innovative ideas and solutions for the future, such as:
- Digital technologies supporting healthcare
The machines of the future pack outlines a project challenging students working in teams to design a household product that uses machine learning. Activities encourage students to research current technology, develop and plan the concept for their product, reflect on previous knowledge and present their work.
“I am software engineer for ASOS, building technology that fundamentally changes how people experience fashion.”
This resource forms part of the This is Engineering campaign.
“I’ve always loved music and play keyboards, guitar and bass. I got into making music on my computer and I find virtual instruments fascinating. Now I work as a software engineer working in digital audio, experimenting with sounds for TikTok.”
This resource forms part of the This is Engineering...