Makerversity DIY is a pioneering curriculum of hands-on lessons for teachers and students everywhere, designed by Makerversity. Our simple and exciting lesson plans enable educators to incorporate making and hands-on activities into core curriculum subjects. Lessons are designed to bring making and teamwork into the classroom simply and affordably. Whether you’re looking for new and engaging ways to teach Maths, Physics, IT or creative subjects, there’s a Makerversity DIY lesson that can help. Once you make a purchase, we will send you a link giving you access to the lesson pack.
Design your own interactive wall graphics:
This project will show you how to make an interactive wall graphic using the Touch Board and Electric Paint. Students can follow these easy instructions to learn how to cold solder and how sensors work. They will also use their creativity to create personal stories and narratives from visual images. The Touch Board is a microcontroller which works like an Arduino, but has some very powerful extra features. Electric Paint is a conductive material which can be painted, screen printed and stencilled onto practically any surface.
This pack contains a teacher's guide, lesson plan, presentation, instruction sheets, exercise sheets and equipment list. You will need a touch board, electric paint pen and jar, micro SD card and reader, Micro USB cable, mini speaker, paint brush, double sided tape, A3 coloured paper and scissors/scalpel.
Once you make a purchase, we will send you a link giving you access to the lesson pack.