Digital Sandbox (Arduino Programmers Kit) – Curriculum Exchange

Brian Huang
2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Proceedings   unpublished
is an Education Engineer for SparkFun Electronics, a cutting edge open-source hardware and electronics education company. Brian started his career in engineering with wireless transport technologies for ADC Telecommunications in Minneapolis, MN. While working at ADC, Brian volunteered at the Science Museum of Minnesota and quickly discovered a passion for teaching and working with students -especially in an environment that fostered and supported the "wow" factor associated with inquiry and
more » ... ith inquiry and discovery. In 2007, Brian left the world of engineering to pursue a career in education. For the past 5 years, Brian has taught various levels of high school physics, mathematics, applied technology, and robotics. Brian joined Sparkfun Electronics to help integrate "tinkering," electronics, and computational thinking into the classroom. One of his goals is to help teachers to de-mystify how household consumer electronics work. With a few simple tools, classrooms can excite and encourage students to explore the possibilities of microcontrollers, electronics, and physical computing.
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