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Electric Circuits Workshop

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ANSTO Electric Circuits Online Workshop Age: 9 - 12 years (upper primary) Cost: $25

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ANSTO Electric Circuits Online Weekend Workshop

Age: 9 - 12 years (upper primary)

Cost: $25

Time: 2 hrs

If you enjoy making things, and sometimes breaking things too, then this workshop is for you!

In this 2 hour (virtual) hands-on workshop you will learn about and make various electric circuits such as Morse code machines and burglar alarms. You’ll have a great time learning to make virtual electric circuits and code a simulated ‘BBC Micro:Bit’ to add extra features to your circuits using wires, motors and sensors, while learning basic coding concepts. We’ll bring rock, paper, scissors to digital life along with whatever crazy inventions your creative minds can think of!

For this virtual workshop:

  • All equipment is digital/virtual and no prior experience is necessary
  • This workshop is limited to 12 students and is hosted on "Zoom*"
  • A laptop or desktop computer is preferred (no iPad) with a decent internet connection
  • We’ll be using Tinkercad’s digital ‘Circuits’ feature and the Chrome browser is preferred. We will provide the logon details at the beginning of the workshop

Please launch the Zoom meeting window and your browser 10 minutes before the workshop, to make sure everything is working smoothly.

*Details of the Zoom will be sent closer to the workshop date.

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Home to over 300 scientists and researchers, ANSTO is home to some of Australia’s most critical scientific infrastructure including the nation’s only research reactor, a suite of neutron beam instruments, particular accelerators, cyclotrons and the Australian Synchrotron. These instruments are helping to address health issues, climate change and develop new innovations to support Australian industry.

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