Add to MY LAB

Digital Electronics

Students progress from binary to breadboarding as they discover the secrets of circuits. They will also utilize state-of-the-art circuit simulation software to determine the viability of their concept as they design and build a hoverboard prototype.

Project-based activities include:

Activity: Building a Simple Circuit
Activity: Approximation Sampling
Activity: Binary Counting and Breadboarding
Activity: Prototyping a Digital Circuit - Part I
Activity: Prototyping a Digital Circuit - Part II
Activity: Prototyping a Digital Circuit - Part III
Activity: Narrative Writing & Checkpoint Test
Activity: Directed Problem: Blinking an LED
Activity: Directed Problem: Coding a Potentiometer
Activity: Directed Problem: Driving an RGB LED
Activity: Directed Problem: Driving Multiple LEDs
Activity: Video: Semiconductors, Diodes, and Transistors
Activity: Argumentative Writing, Career Research & Planning, and Checkpoint Test
Activity: Design Brief Research, Organization, Planning & Presentation

LAB

HS STEM

GRADES

9 to 12

CURRICULUM HOURS

20

CAREER CLUSTERS

Information Technology, STEM

FEATURES

• NAF Approved
• University of California A-G Approved Course
• Project-Based Learning
• Career Ready Practices
• Reading and Writing in Context
• Customizable Content
• Directed Problem

PC Required

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • YouTube

Paxton/Patterson | 4141 W. 126th Street | Alsip, IL 60803 | 1-877-243-8763 | FAX 708-594-1907

© Copyright 2021 Paxton/Patterson