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Create, collaborate, impact: teach students how to use IoT technologies and design thinking to solve real-world challenges.
Advanced high school and college students can now create their own connected devices - known as the Internet of Things - quickly and easily. They’ll learn how to build Internet-connected objects with easy-access getting started activities and 10 sustainability projects, supported by technical and theoretical lessons. Each of these projects allows students to investigate and solve a real-world challenge linked to one of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Students learn design thinking methods that help them develop their own unique solutions to challenges such as urban farming, health monitoring, and water and waste conservation.
Empower your students with future technologies, design methodologies, and an in-depth understanding of real-world issues to build a sustainable future with the Arduino Explore IoT Kit Rev2.
The Arduino Explore IoT Kit Rev2 has been created to provide a comprehensive understanding of the Internet of Things, as well as to encourage students to think about solving global sustainability challenges, according to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
After looking into current academic and industrial standards, we have identified important concepts this kit should touch upon for students to learn how devices communicate and the tools used to facilitate communication, data management, analysis, and computational thinking by using real-world sensors to capture meaningful data from the environment and modify it by remotely controlling actuators such as LEDs, buzzers, displays, through the Cloud.
The kit includes:
The Explore IoT Kit Rev2 consists of four groups of components:
For a more complete learning experience, educators can subscribe to the Arduino Cloud for Education School plan. This plan provides a comprehensive educational journey into the Internet of Things.
The School plan includes unlimited features in the Arduino Cloud, such as unlimited projects and variables and a teacher view of all student projects. There’s also Google Classroom™ integration, improving the teacher experience by making everything simpler, shareable, and collaborative.
Here’s what you get with the School plan:
The School plan is a one-stop-shop for facilitating STEM projects in the classroom.
It gives you access to an enhanced classroom environment in the Arduino Cloud where you and your students can benefit from the full learning content, access to additional resources, shared spaces to work on shared projects, and further integration with Google Classroom™.
The School plan works on a pay-per-member basis. As long as you have active slots, you can easily invite, change, or remove members when you need to. Admin members have access to the management plan section, and can easily modify and customize the plan or review invoices and billing information.
From the Arduino Cloud, click on your Avatar (top right), then on My Plan, and purchase the plan that best suits you.
You can also go to the School plan website: https://cloud.arduino.cc/plans/
Using the Explore IoT Kit Rev2 with the School plan allows you to unlock more features and access the full content. For example, you get access to 10 real-world projects and additional sensor activities to study sustainability issues using data analysis, and build solutions using advanced IoT systems.
Students get access to the full content by invitation from the teacher to join a “shared space”. Once you purchase the School plan that best suits you, you can create a “shared space”. A space is an environment where all members of the group can benefit from the same plan and the features of that plan.
In a School Shared Space, members can access extra courses, use Arduino Cloud tools (including the Web Editor and IoT Cloud) with no limitations, and access Arduino useful resources and documentation.
As a teacher, you can either set up a space or join a space via email invitation. Once in, you will be able to explore your school’s shared space features.
When you purchase the Explore IoT Kit Rev2, you get access to basic content consisting of teacher, onboarding and troubleshooting guides, one real-world sustainability project and two sensor activities. You do this by using the kit with the Arduino Cloud Free Plan.
When you subscribe to the School plan, you get access to the full content, which includes 10 real-world sustainability projects, 11 sensor activities, and foundational content.
Whether you use the free plan or subscribe to the School plan, you'll need the Explore IoT Kit Rev2 to complete the activities and projects
Go to the Arduino Cloud website and sign in to your Arduino account. If you have the free plan, you’ll be able to see the basic content in the Courses section on the menu on the left. To access the full content, you’ll need to purchase the School plan.
This kit is designed for high school and college students who are taking their first steps into the world of the Internet of Things. Students should already have some knowledge of programming, as basic concepts are not explained in the content of this kit. However, students don’t need any prior knowledge of the IoT or how to use, for example, cloud services, APIs, and different sensors for data collection.
Students are expected to know basic programming. This kit only includes plug-and-play components and doesn’t require students to build complex circuits. Sensor activities include step-by-step instructions for assembly and programming, however some of the basic programming concepts and code structures are not explained.
The Explore IoT Kit Rev2 is designed for students to work in groups of two or three, but it is also suitable for a single student. The kit includes all the components required to experiment with one project at a time. To get access to the tools with unlimited features and the full content, each student needs to have a seat in the teacher’s School plan.
At the moment, the Explore IoT Kit Rev2 is available in English. More languages will become available.
The Arduino Explore IoT Kit Rev2 enhances students’ understanding of real-world applied technology, and is an industry-standard IoT tool that will help prepare them for their future careers and challenges.
With the Explore IoT Kit Rev2 you can empower your students on two fronts:
The projects included in the kit focus on out of the 17 real-world UN SDGs goals.
To go through the activities and program the board, each group needs a computer and an internet connection. Students also need to have a WiFi (2.4GHz) connection with its credentials (SSID and password). Read more about how to configure your network for the Arduino IoT Cloud here.
The kit is compatible with Windows/iOS and Chromebooks.
You can see the full content for Rev2 if you subscribe to the Arduino School plan. The Explore IoT Kit Rev1 is compatible 90% with the Explore IoT Kit Rev2 content.
There is only one project that can’t be completed with the hardware of the Rev1, as this kit does not include the BME688 sensor.
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