Arduino 101

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Learn to create interactive objects with the popular Arduino board!

In this evening class for adults and teens, we will show you how to build simple interactive systems with an Arduino micro-controller, used by millions of makers around the world.  You will learn how to make lights blink, play sounds, move things — and bring it all together to create a fun interactive experience.

No classes are scheduled for Arduino 101 at this time. Check our Classes listing for future courses.

 

Join our Arduino 101 summer course at Tam High to make interactive objects like this one.

Learn more about this course:

Who is it for?

This workshop is for adults interested in building maker projects and developing their DIY skills. Anyone can join; no experience necessary. 

When is it?

No classes are scheduled for Arduino 101 at this time. Check our Classes listing for future courses.

Where is it?

This program will take place in the wood shop at Tam High:

Tamalpais High School
Woodshop (Room 416)
700 Miller Ave
Mill Valley, CA 94941
(see map.)

What will we learn?

This course will cover these topics:

  • Introduction to Arduino
  • Make lights blink
  • Make sounds play
  • Make things move
  • Add a button
  • Add more color
  • Put it all together

See our Arduino Workshop Guide for more details, as well as our course slides and photos.

What tools and materials will we use?

You will have access to a Windows computer, as well as a variety of soldering and other maker tools.

You will also receive these materials, which you can take home with you (a $52 value):

If you like, you are welcome to bring your own modern laptop, but you will need to pre-install this software before class starts:

For more details, read our Arduino 101 Guide — or view our course slides and photos.

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Who is teaching this?

This maker course will be led by Fabrice Florin, with other members of our community. Read Fabrice’s bio and learn more about our team on our Community page.

How much does it cost?

The total cost for this course is $158 per student for 2 evenings classes of 3 hours each.

This includes the cost of an Arduino Uno kit and other electronic parts, which you can take home with you at the end of the course (a $52 value).

How can I sign up?

Sign up here for future courses. Online registration is on the Tam High District’s Community Education site.

Classes require a minimum of 6 participants and are limited to a maximum of 12 participants.

How can I learn more?

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Look forward to hearing from you!