Satisfying STEM Education Using the Arduino Microprocessor in C Programming

@inproceedings{Hoffer2012SatisfyingSE,
  title={Satisfying STEM Education Using the Arduino Microprocessor in C Programming},
  author={Brandyn Moore Hoffer},
  year={2012}
}
There exists a need to promote better Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) education at the high school level. To satisfy this need a series of hands-on laboratory assignments were created to be accompanied by 2 educational trainers that contain various electronic components. This project provides an interdisciplinary, hands-on approach to teaching C programming that meets several standards defined by the Tennessee Board of Education. Together the trainers and lab assignments also… CONTINUE READING

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