Friday, 24 February 2017

Electronics workshop with Andrew

What a fantastic week we have had! Mamaku kids were lucky enough to be asked to participate in a robotics and electronic workshop this week. More info here!























We have learnt about LED, valve's, positive and negative and how electricity flows.

We learnt about safe electricity and unsafe electricity.

Watch this space to read our reflection this week on what we learnt and how we may use this new knowledge!


What could you create using this equipment?

19 comments:

  1. Kia Ora Mamaku 2 It looks like you have had a blast with The tech. I like how you have also extended your work and done a Reflection of it. This reminds me of when I did the tech with Andrew. Did anything go wrong with the tech?
    Heoi ano taku mo nainei

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  2. Kia Ora Mamaku 2 It looks like you have had a awesome time with The tech. I like how you have also extended your work and done a Reflection of it. This reminds me of when I did the tech with Andrew. did anyone get zaped? from Simon

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  3. Kumusta! My name is Tristan from St. Patrick's School. The images that you have added interest me because you are doing electronics. I also like the description you've added at the end. I can't wait for your next blog post!

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  4. It looked super fun to look at and i will really like to experiment more on this electronic tech experience and also for intermediate students to know how to hook wires up to actually make electrical materials.My name is Faith.I go to Saint Patrick's School.

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  5. Wow this looks like a really cool thing to do!
    Kia Ora,
    My name is Justice from Saint Patrick's School. I like the way that you have displayed images to show people what you have done. Electronic is what I want to do when I grow up. I hope to see more post about this.
    Keep up the good work!

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  6. Malo e Lelei! My name is Launoa from St Patrick's School. It looks exciting and interesting. I hope you have another chance to do this again. I wonder what's the next project will be?

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  7. Hi, I'm Rosary and I am in Room 8 at Saint Patrick's School.
    These pictures look like you've had a lot of fun during electronics. The pictures look very exciting. Did you enjoy learning about LED? Keep it up!

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  8. Malo e Lelei! My name is Rhonda from St.Patrick's school. It looks like you and your friends had fun during tech. I hope I see more of this work next time I visit your blog. What is your favourite thing to do during tech?

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  9. Hi my name is Vaughan,
    Your work looks very exciting and impressive and a little bit dangerous. I really like the way how you connect the wires in another.

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  10. Hi my name is siu and I like the image and work you have done.

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  12. Hi my name is Christian and I am from Saint Patrick's school in Auckland I really like the images you have captured and the work you have done.

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  14. HELLO MY NAME IS MILLER from paroa school I can't see the pictures please can you fix this I really want to see them

    thanks please have a look on my blog at http://paroagreymillera.blogspot.co.nz/ <------- (copy this)

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  15. This looks pretty cool Madisyn. Looks like your class has been very busy 😊 well done. -- A.Lisa

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  16. Hi my name is Tom from st patricks school and it looks like your class has been bussy nice.

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  17. Hi I'm Griffin
    Doing robotics looks really fun and cool but mabye next time make it so I can see the photos

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  18. hi my name is kaius
    robotics looks fun but i can not see the pictures

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  19. Malo my name is Vaughan,
    I really like the way that you connect wires to other wires. I wish I could participate in your guys electronic studies. It really cool!

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