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Basic Electronics


Adapted High School Electronics for Struggling Learners

Meets: Spring  2023 | M 9:00-10:00

1 Credit Class

Instructor: Deirdre Mansel

Grade Level: 7th grade and up

Required materials:

Basic Kitchen and household supplies Vocabulary Notebook Colored Pencils Pencil Sharpener



Basic Electronics

Basic Electronics This course is designed to give students hands-on learning of basic electronic theory and develop skills to be successful in an electronic-driven world. Using a scientific approach to electronic theory, this course emphasizes the connection between the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics while using a hands-on approach to learning.

Students will also engage in career development activities to develop communication, collaboration, and oral presentation skills.

Course will cover the following topics: Understand and demonstrate workplace and environmental safety. Demonstrate the use of tools, materials, and techniques. Demonstrate the use of test equipment. Understand and demonstrate how to test and select electronic components Understand and demonstrate induction Understand and demonstrate the electronic theory. Develop an understanding of design technology and develop skills for the workplace

Required materials: (still evaluating)  

Make: Electronics 3rd Edition Kit 1 Economy – Beginner, Intermediate, & Advanced (Teen – Adult) Component Pack for The Experiments in Make: Electronics 3rd Ed by Charles Platt – Covers Sections 1-3 ($79.99) Make: Electronics: Learning by Discovery: A hands-on primer for the new electronics enthusiast Paperback – October 12, 2021 by Charles Platt ($15.99) Vocabulary Notebook.


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