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This activity provides a gentle introduction to the world of smart wearable technology. Pupils will discover what smart wearable technology is, why it's important, and will brainstorm ideas for their own smart wearable.
This activity introduces students to various types of smart wearable technology and its applications.
This activity is designed to help students understand how smart wearables work, using the micro:bit as an example.
An engaging activity introducing learners to smart wearable technology, their benefits, and how they can create a simple wearable using a micro:bit.
This activity guides pupils to understand the concept of a step counter, learn how it works and design their own simple step counter using a micro:bit.
In this activity, students will learn about the concept of sound waves and how sound is transmitted. They will design a simple smart wearable using a micro:bit that detects loud noises and sends an alert.
In this activity, students will learn about light and its detection, and they will design a smart wearable using a micro:bit that detects light and alerts the wearer.
In this activity, students will explore smart wearable technology by designing a special device for a superhero, using the micro:bit.
In this activity, students will explore the future possibilities of smart wearable technology, using the micro:bit as an interactive tool.
In this activity, students will create and present a showcase about a smart wearable device, highlighting its benefits and functionalities.
This activity introduces the concept of wearable technology, its uses and how it's becoming a part of everyday life.
This activity explores the variety of smart wearable technology and its uses.
This activity explores the functionality of different smart wearable technology.
This activity explores the benefits of different smart wearable technology and encourages creativity and critical thinking.
This activity will let students discover how a step counter works, design their own, and understand its benefits.
This activity introduces the concept of smart wearables that aid hearing, followed by an engaging design activity.
This activity helps students understand the concept of smart wearables that aid vision, and then encourages them to design their own vision-supporting wearable.
This activity encourages children to imagine and create a smart wearable technology for a superhero using crafts materials and simple digital tools.
Students will explore different kinds of wearable technology and imagine how these could evolve in the future.
Students will brainstorm everyday problems they encounter and envision a piece of wearable technology that could help solve this problem.
This activity is an introduction to Smart Wearable Technology. Students will learn what wearable technology is, its history, current examples and its potential impact on our daily lives. They will also start thinking about how to design their own wearable tech.
Students will investigate different types of smart wearable technology, understand their functionalities, and discuss their impact on society.
This activity introduces students to the operation of smart wearable technology, focusing on the internal working, application and its influence on everyday life.
Students will explore, evaluate, and present both the benefits and downsides of using smart wearable technology in our day-to-day lives.
In this activity, students will design and create a step counter using a Micro:bit.
Students will explore the concept of smart wearable technology with an emphasis on devices that support hearing. They will create a prototype of a wearable hearing support device using micro:bits and present their final product to the class.
This activity teaches students how to design a smart wearable prototype that can support people with vision impairments, using the micro:bit device.
This activity encourages students to design and prototype their own superhero-inspired smart wearable, using technology to support their unique powers.
Students will learn about smart wearable technology and brainstorm futuristic applications. They will then design and present their own concepts.
In this activity, students will develop a design for a wearable technology device that helps solve a problem they face in their everyday lives.
An interactive session introducing students to the concept and applications of Smart Wearable Technology
In this activity, students will explore and learn about the various types of smart wearable technology available in the world today.
This activity guides students through understanding how smart wearables function, by using an activity based on the micro:bit's accelerometer.
In this activity, students will critically examine the positives and negatives of smart wearable technology, understand the impact on our lives, and present their findings.
Students will learn to programme a step counter using a micro:bit. The activity will focus on teaching coding, physical computing, and the concept of wearable technology.
Students will learn to program a micro:bit to act as a basic hearing aid device. This activity focuses on teaching coding, physical computing, and the concept of wearable technology.
Students will learn to program a micro:bit to act as a basic light sensor, representing how a wearable device could assist people with vision issues.
In this engaging activity, students will create a concept for a smart wearable device for a superhero. They will learn about smart wearable technology, its uses, how it works, and its potential benefits and drawbacks.
This activity will engage students in a scenario-based task where they imagine future possibilities for smart wearable technology, design a prototype, and present their ideas.
Students will identify an everyday problem, devise a solution that could be assisted with a smart wearable, and create a prototype design using the BBC micro:bit.
This lesson explores the transition from vacuum tubes to transistors in the history of computing.
This lesson explores the history and significance of mainframe computers in the evolution of modern computing.
This lesson explores the emergence and significance of microprocessors and personal computers in the evolution of modern computing.
This lesson explores the history and significance of the Internet in the digital age.
This lesson explores the history and evolution of software and programming languages.
This lesson explores the history and evolution of mobile computing.
This lesson explores the emerging technologies that are shaping the future of computing.
This lesson introduces the history of computers, guiding students through interactive activities to create a collaborative document.
This lesson will explore the fascinating history of early mechanical calculating devices. Students will engage in hands-on activities, multimedia exploration, and interactive storytelling.
This lesson will explore the fascinating world of the first electronic computers, looking at how they worked and why they were created. Students will participate in engaging hands-on activities, view multimedia presentations, and learn about the evolution of computers through storytelling.