Arduino: digital innovation to boost IT education

Mar 22, 2018 415

BY: Claudia Astarita

Arduino – a world leader in open-source sheets – has recently signed an agreement with the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research to enhance the Italian education system. In particular, the 3-year agreement is devoted to promote the development of digital skills among students and teachers in Italian schools. More and more technological tools will be introduced, enriching the courses with digital contents ad new learning experiences.

The agreement allows 30 Italian schools for the provision of Programme CTC 101 in 2018. CTC 101 is a modular programme for teachers and students in high schools (14-17 years old) especially conceived for the learning of STEAM subjects, such as English, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. The programme is based on interactive labs where students play a major role.

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