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View Resource Jose Pino's Circuits and Information

This website has 27 projects that can be used for students or class activities in electronics. The instructions are easy to follow and provide step by step instructions. This site may only be created by a individual, but it still has credible ideas. Pino's projects are entertaining, while still be educational, for students.

View Resource Jose Pino's Microcontroller Projects

Twenty-five microcontroller projects using microchip PICs, are presented by this website. These projects are easy to do require very little in terms of parts. This is a good classroom project for students wanting to learn more about electronics. All project instructions are free, and are a guaranteed fun time!

View Resource Super Simple Sun Tracker

This is instructions for how to make a simple sun tracker for solar cells. These are the only parts required: a motor, gears, a small solar cell, a large solar cell, aluminium foil, tape or glue and cardboard. A great deal of these parts were simply Legos and the rest are just household objects. This is a wonderful student/class project as it introduces students to not only concepts of solar...

View Resource A Rough Guide to Electronics

This website on electronics is set up to explain electronics, how it works, and how it relates to the mad lab parts for their electronic kits. The lessons are free and gives good basic information for the beginner. MadLab presents an absolute beginner's guide to electronics. Following this short course (7 lessons) will lead you from basic ideas about electronics right up to an understanding of...

View Resource Intro to Breadboard Electronics

In this podcast, Bre Pettis shows you how to set up a breadboard for power and then play around with electronics on it. This is a great student project to learn basic electronics, it is easy to learn, yet complex enough to be challenging to most students. There is an accompanying PDF, which can be found for free, at the iTunes store at MAKE Magazine.

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