Arriving on October 15, 2022

Curriculum Synopsis

The following is an overview of topics that you can expect to learn in this course

    1. Thank you for enrolling.

    1. General Syntax

    2. Structure of an arduino sketch

    3. Arduino Programming

    4. Most commonly used Concepts & Functions

    5. How to Specify arduino board & communication port in Arduino IDE

    6. Let's see how to verify if your arduino board is working

    7. How to Load test sketch into the board?

    8. Autodesk Tinkercad Simulator

    9. Arduino Web Editor

    1. What are Data Types?

    2. List of Data Types

    3. What are variables? How to declare a variable in Arduino?

    4. Variable Scope

    5. Variable Qualifiers - static

    6. Variable Qualifiers - volatile

    7. Const Keyword

    8. #define

    9. Quiz - Variables & Constants

    1. Operators - Overview

    2. Order of Mathematical operations

    3. LED blinking using arithmetic operators - Design

    4. LED blinking using arithmetic operators - Code

    5. Control/Conditional statements - Overview

    6. Control/Conditional Statements in Arduino

    7. Important points to consider about Conditional statements

    8. Loops in Arduino - Overview

    9. Loops in Arduino

    10. Important points to be considered about Loops

    11. Blinking LED using Arithmetic Operators, 'If..else' condition & 'while' loop - code

    12. Blinking LED using 'for' Loop - code

    13. Blinking LED's Example - Requirements

    14. Blinking LED Hardware implementation

    15. Download all previous code implementations of LED examples on Arduino Uno and run

    16. Coding Task - Control Structures

    1. What are functions? What are advantages of using functions?

    2. How to create functions in Arduino?

    3. Arduino Functions

    4. Create your own function - Modify the LED example to include a function

    5. Create your own function - Function to determine if a number is an integer or a decimal

    6. Coding Task - Arduino Functions

    1. Use Potentiometer to control the LED - Design

    2. Use Potentiometer to control the LED - Code

    3. Use Potentiometer to control the LED - Hardware Implementation

    4. Use Potentiometer to control the LED - Download code to Arduino Uno and Run

    5. Use Temperature sensor to calculate the temperature of Surrounding and display on LCD - Design

    6. Use Temperature sensor to calculate the temperature of Surrounding and display on LCD - Code

    7. Use Temperature sensor to calculate the temperature of Surrounding and display on LCD - Hardware Implementation

    8. Use Temperature sensor to calculate the temperature of Surrounding and display on LCD - Download code to Arduino Uno & Run

    9. Operate a DC Motor - Design

    10. Operate a DC motor - Code

    11. Operate a DC motor - Hardware Implementation

    12. Operate a DC Motor - Download code to Arduino Uno & Run

About this course

  • Included with the Arduino Bundle/Robotics Package
  • Drip based approach
  • 100% online course

Course FAQ

Queries related to course content
  • What you will learn?

    • How to write sketches, understand how they work, upload them, and debug and test them
    • Basic concepts in programming, including variables, data types, operators, and constants
    • How to implement logic in your code using control structures such as conditional statements (if, if...else, switch, etc..) and loops (for, while, do...while)
    • Arrays, Multidimensional arrays, Strings, String object
    • Basics associated with Functions & Libraries, Introduction to inbuilt functions, How to write custom functions, what are libraries
    • How to program Arduino board to make it functional, How to operate electronic components using Arduino board
  • Who should enrol?

    • Enjoy coding & building, Love science & technology
    • Who have interest or want to pursue career or already are pursuing a career in engineering field.
    • Most courses are designed for students aged 10 and up. For courses requiring the use of electrical components and equipment, students under the age of 16 must be supervised by an adult.
  • Requirements

    • Computer / Laptop - Windows, Mac or Linux 🖥
    • Tools: a multimeter, a soldering iron and solder, wire cutter.
    • Download Arduino IDE from Arduino Website.
    • Arduino Starter Kit and Arduino MKR IoT Bundle. Boards & components listed in above two links can be purchased separately online or at a local electronic shop 🤖
  • Skills you'll acquire

    Basics of Arduino programming language

  • What type of lessons to expect in the course

    Each course is divided into chapters. Each chapter contains multiple lessons/topics in the following format: -
    - Audio & Video Presentations
    - Coding Videos
    - Whiteboard teaching videos
    - Text/Reading Lessons
    - Project Videos
    - Quiz & Assignments/Tasks

  • Student accessibility of course content

    Since this is a membership site, we gradually add new content to every course so that students have the most recent and up-to-date lessons to learn. Students don't get access to all chapters in one go. We follow drip based approach to ensure there is reasonable amount of time to practice between difficult lessons for better understanding of the topics.

  • Is support available to students?

    Yes. Communication is essential for effective learning. We make certain that students have numerous opportunities to interact with the instructor, whether through in-class discussions, blog posts, or additional sessions.

  • Are lessons, Task and quizzes compulsory?

    Some lessons and tasks serve as prerequisites for moving on to the next lesson.

    Quizzes are required, and students must score at least 75% to move on to the next lesson. Assignments are required, and assistance with assignments and project tasks is available.

    Prerequisite videos must be completed to 75%.

  • Certificate of Completion / Pariticipaton

    Students of participation

    Students who have completed six months of monthly membership and are yearly or lifetime members receive a certificate of participation.

    Certificate of Completion

    • Once a course has concluded and all assignments, tests, and project requirements have been satisfied, students are awarded a Certificate of Completion
    • If a student does not want to renew their yearly membership, they must complete an assessment that includes a final quiz and a major project task in order to receive a certificate of completion