Level: Third level

In this activity, students will develop a design for a wearable technology device that helps solve a problem they face in their everyday lives.
Students will learn about smart wearable technology and brainstorm futuristic applications. They will then design and present their own concepts.
This activity encourages students to design and prototype their own superhero-inspired smart wearable, using technology to support their unique powers.
This activity teaches students how to design a smart wearable prototype that can support people with vision impairments, using the micro:bit device.
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.
In this activity, students will design and create a step counter using a Micro:bit.
Students will explore, evaluate, and present both the benefits and downsides of using smart wearable technology in our day-to-day lives.
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 investigate different types of smart wearable technology, understand their functionalities, and discuss their impact on society.
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.
This lesson explores the history and significance of mainframe computers in the evolution of modern computing.
This lesson explores the transition from vacuum tubes to transistors in the history of 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 mobile computing.
This lesson explores the emerging technologies that are shaping the future of computing.
This lesson explores the history and evolution of software and programming languages.
This lesson explores the history and significance of the first electronic computers in the evolution of modern computing.
This lesson explores the history and significance of early mechanical calculating devices in the evolution of modern computing.
This lesson provides an in-depth exploration of how computers have shaped and continue to influence various aspects of our 21st-century society.
Students will explore Medical Technologies while creating a theme song for a fictional medical TV show set in 2050.
Explore the fascinating world of lesser-known medical gadgets and technologies.
Students explore a virtual 360-degree tour of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital, completing a scavenger hunt to learn about various departments and medical technologies.
Students will ideate, plan, and present their ultimate health tech gadget by using various digital tools.
An exploration of innovative medical technologies and a digital presentation task.
This lesson allows students to design and build a basic health app using Makecode, enhancing digital and coding skills.
Students will explore ethical dilemmas in medical technologies using an interactive "Choose Your Own Adventure" game.
Students will design different components of a Doctor from the year 2050, exploring future medical technologies.
Students will design and code a basic health wearable using a micro:bit.
Explore the environmental and economic impacts of driverless cars and visually represent the findings on a poster.
Dive into the world of tomorrow by crafting a story about the future of transportation using Book Creator.
Explore the legal and policy implications of driverless cars in the UK, and gather student perceptions through a digital survey.
Explore diverse opinions on driverless cars, gather data, and analyse the results.
Dive into the world of programming and learn how basic commands can lead to autonomous actions in driverless cars using Scratch.
Dive into the world of design and innovation by creating a prototype of your own driverless car using Canva and Microsoft Designer.
Dive into the world of GPS and geolocation, understanding their pivotal role in driverless cars, using Canva video and podcasting.
Dive into the world of driverless cars, exploring the safety measures, ethical considerations, and real-world examples of their use and implications.
An exploration into the technological marvels behind driverless cars, focusing on the sensors and software that make them possible.
An engaging lesson introducing students to the concept of driverless cars, their potential impact, and the technology behind them.
Dive into the history and mechanics of classic retro games, appreciating the foundation of modern ESports.
This lesson introduces students to the exciting world of Esports and delves into the rich history of video games.
This lesson introduces the concept of eSports competitions, including tournaments and leagues, focusing on their structures, benefits, and impacts on participants and the wider gaming community.
This lesson will introduce students to the importance of teamwork and effective communication in Esports, and how these skills can enhance their gaming performance.
This lesson explores the concept of fair play, sporting conduct, and ethical considerations within the context of Esports. Students will learn about the standards of behaviour in Esports and explore how to uphold these standards.
In this lesson, learners will explore the technical and communication aspects of streaming and broadcasting in Esports. They will learn how to create a simulated stream using available presentation software, engage an audience, and critically analyse professional Esports broadcasts.
In this lesson, learners will delve into the world of game design using Microsoft Makecode Arcade. They will explore key elements of Esports game design and have the opportunity to modify an existing game to fit Esports criteria.
Explore the various career opportunities in the world of Esports, delving into roles like players, casters, and developers.
This lesson will explore the importance of maintaining healthy habits in Esports, including the need for physical activity, balanced nutrition, and proper rest. Students will also learn about the impacts of these habits on performance and general well-being.
This lesson introduces students to the various types of equipment and technology used in Esports. They will learn about the different elements that make up an Esports setup and how they contribute to the gaming experience.