Have student video tape their Arduino circuits to make it easier for you to grade because you don’t have to collect the Arduinos or set aside class time to observe the circuits in action.

  • This allows you to grade Arduino assignments without having to observe the circuits in class or collect them from students.
  • Students turn in their assignments using the following steps:
    • Students use their mobile phones to videotape the circuit they made in action.
      • If students don’t have access to a videotaping mechanism, you’ll have to provide another way for them to tape their projects or turn in their assignments.
    • Then, have students upload the video to a Google Drive for the course you have shared access to.
    • Student should then create a google doc with a link to the video and the code.

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Interview with Glenda Guerrero, Computing and Communications Teacher at Horace Mann School in the Bronx.