Technology

STEAM Week 2022: IT Club Cyberix-Organized Events

Here’s a summary of the week’s events organized by the IT Club. Hope those who participated enjoyed them. Thanks to those Club members who took part in their organization. ~~LMMolina, Club Adviser

Art Competition

 

Stop Motion Workshop

 

Skribblio Activity

 

Game Design Workshop

(IT Club Activity)

 

Lego Pixels Art Competition

 

STE(A)M Week Coming Soon!

The Cyberix Club will be sponsoring STEM Week 2022 which will include ART so it will be STEAM Week. We will celebrate all things SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, ART and MATH related. The school’s science and math teachers will be integrating art concepts in their courses. Let’s see what they come up with! Should be interesting.

CBCMR students are cordially invited to attend the activities organized by some of the Club members (see schedule below).

Stay tuned for details on the activities for that last week of March.  ~~LMMolina, Club Adviser

 

2021-2022 IT Club Meeting #4: Space Technology

” Space…the final frontier”

One of my favorite topics is space and todays’ meeting was all about space technology.  After a presentation, the club members joined a Quizizz to test what they learned.  Check out the presentation on Space Technology I wonder how many would consider a career in this field? ~~LMMolina, Club Adviser

 

 

 

 

IT Club Projects: Arduino Workshop #3: Using Breadboards

At the third Arduino workshop the students worked with breadboards. A breadboard is used to make up temporary circuits for testing or to try out an idea. Which is basically what the students did. There’s no soldering involved which makes it easy to change connections and replace components. Parts aren’t damaged and can be used again. We left the breadboards attached to the Arduinos for the next time. It was an excellent workshop, thanks to Ángel, the Club president. ~~LMMolina, Club Adviser

For a more detailed explanation about breadboards, you might want to check out the following video:

Source: https://electronicsclub.info/breadboard.htm