Computer Science for High School (CS4HS)
ADELAIDE LENDING LIBRARY
Our library is set up to provide resources free of cost that help teachers implement the Digital Technologies curriculum to engage students in computational thinking activities.
CS4HS also provides an annual workshop, usually in July, to support teacher's professional development. Our workshop include hands-on-activities to introduce Computer Science, robotics and and programming to upper primary, middle and high school students.
| Lego Class set
|| year 6-8
|| Robotics with Enchanting
|| Two sets of Lego NXT robots, to introduce robotics either with Scratch or with the Lego NXT editor.
| Edison class set (10)
|| year 4-8
|| Edison Website
|| Edison is a small little car compatible with Lego and simple to program.
Great introduction to navegation and sensors.
| Scratch class kit
|| year 5+
|| Teaching ideas
|| A combination of makey-makeys and picoboards to link Scratch projects
with the real world.
| Intel Galilelo class set (10)
|| year 9/11
|| Intel's teaching resources
|| Arduino-certified boards to build interactive projects
| Littebits workshop set
|| year 5+
|| Teaching ideas/lessons
|| Simple electronics by clipping pieces together.
Great to develop STEM and creativity
How to book
Each set can be booked for 3-4 consecutive weeks
An availability calendar is provided HERE .
Find when the resource is available and see if it works with your class schedule. Then, fill in the request form and you will receive a confirmation of your booking in a few days.
There is no cost for borrowing the sets, Note you need to arrange collection from our School at North Terrace, usually on Friday or Monday afternoon at the start of your booking. If you cannot come to us, you should arrange a courier at your own cost.
We ask all teachers to be careful and make sure all pieces are kept together and in good working order. If any pieces go missing or get broken, please report this at the time you return the set so we can mantain them.
For more information contact us at email@example.com or call (08) 8313 5762
Ran by The University of Adelaide, supported by Google's CS4HS initiative