Category Archives: Curriculum and Creativity

“Looking for ideas and inspiration to teach electronics more successfully”?

There are many reasons why electronics is often considered to be a difficult and challenging subject to deliver in the classroom. There are many questions being asked… Does electronics teaching generally need to be based on novelty projects or hidden “black box” technologies alone? Should … Continue reading

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I’ve got a question… “Are your electronics projects working”?

If the same electronics projects are delivered year after year, they can become dispiriting and tedious to teach (we’ve all been there!). When students in your class tell you that their older brothers or sisters have brought home an identical systems and … Continue reading

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