A teacher’s Guide to the Intel Galileo
The Intel Galileo is a small, single board computer designed for schools and hobbyists. This document helps teachers set up the Intel Galileo, introduces the Ardublock visual programming language and steps through how to set up various projects designed to help students learn about coding via real world science and technology applications. The projects include building a skill tester with LEDs, making an automatic bin, building a night light, setting up the Galileo as a web server, using Python to write more complex programs and using the Galileo to send email and text messages.
|Year band(s)||5-6, 7-8, 9-10|
|Content type||Professional learning|
|Technologies & Programming Languages||Electronic programming boards|
|Keywords||Programming, Computational thinking, Robotics, Computer hardware, Networks|
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