Electronics
Coding +
Robotics
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Hands holding up a breadboard circuit featuring a Raspberry Pi camera, speaker, audio amplifier, OLED screen, ultrasonic sensor, GPIO header, and a variety of jumper wires

We Make It Easy to Teach

Looking for an in-depth electronics and coding course for your high school? Our courses start with the fundamentals, teaching students the how and why behind electronics and coding.

Each lesson then builds on that knowledge systematically so students can learn to work with a wide variety of electronic components and Python code commands. They can even learn to build a robot!

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How It Works

1Pick a course. We offer one- and two-semester options for electronics, coding, and robotics.

2Equipment kits ships to you. High-quality and organized electronic components ready to use.

3Log in and start learning. Students log into their online classroom account to learn.

Hand working on a breadboard circuit featuring a Raspberry Pi camera, speaker, audio amplifier, OLED screen, ultrasonic sensor, GPIO header, and a variety of jumper wires; packaged electronic components and laptop are also on the table

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Sample Lesson

RFID Reader Project

In Lesson B-11 they'll learn to use an RFID reader in their projects. Once it's installed in their circuit, they will write the code to program the access cards and then they can tie access to other functions in a project such as keeping a data log or activating an alarm.

Breadboard circuit with a few basic components; RFID reader and jumper wires on table
Breadboard circuit on table with RFID reader added to circuit; jumper wires on table beside circuit
RFID breadboard circuit with all electronic components attached; RFID card, RFID tag, and laptop sitting on table next to circuit
Hand holding RFID tag next to RFID reader on breadboard circuit demonstrating how it is used; RFID card and laptop on table next to circuit
Sample Lesson

Raspberry Pi Camera Project

Gather real time data and write programs to react to it. Lesson C-12 will teach them to use a Raspberry Pi camera. In the robotics course, they'll later use those skills to install the camera on the robot and create decision making programs based on what the robot sees.

Breadboard circuit with basic electronic components and GPIO header installed sitting on green engineering mat; Raspberry Pi attached via GPIO cable; camera case, Raspberry Pi camera, and camera cable sitting next to circuit
Green engineering mat on table; sitting on mat is a Raspberry Pi with a camera cable installed; circuit with jumper wires in the background; uninstalled components on table including Raspberry Pi camera, camara case, and SD card
Green engineering mat on table; sitting on mat is a Raspberry Pi with a camera cable installed; circuit with jumper wires in the background; uninstalled components on table including Raspberry Pi camera, camara case, and SD card; Raspberry Pi case is closed and camera cable has been threaded through opening in the case
Green engineering mat on table; Raspberry Pi in clear case sits on mat; camera case has camera cable threaded through it and Raspberry Pi camera is attached to the end of the cable; breadboard circuit with basic components, GPIO ribbon and header, and jumper wires sits in the background
Green engineering mat on table ; hand holds up Raspberry Pi camera in case and attached to camera cable which is attached to a Raspberry Pi in a clear plastic case; the GPIO ribbon and header are attached to a breadboard circuit with basic comonents and jumper wires
Green engineering mat on table; Raspberry Pi camera in case and attached to camera cable sits on mat; in background there is a Raspberry Pi, a GPIO ribbon and header, and a breadboard circuit with basic components and jumper wires

Install and Configure a Robot's Motors

Building a fully mobile and programmable robot means getting the motors installed and calibrated so the robot's movements can be accurately controlled. In Lesson D-3 they'll work through installing the motors while building the robot chassis. Later in Lessons D-10 and D-11 they'll learn to work with a motor drive IC, draw on their pulse width modulation skills from a previous lesson, and write the code calibrate the motors.

Robot chassis parts sitting on wood table; parts include upper clear plastic chassis with breadboard; lower clear plastic chassis; two DC motors, one screwdriver; two wheels, one rear caster with ball, and assorted metal hardware
Sitting on wood table, lower clear plastic chassis with one DC motor installed, other DC motor, wheels, upper chassis, hardware, rear caster, screwdriver, and laptop sit on table too
Lower clear plastic chassis sits on table next to laptop with two DC motors and two wheels installed; upper chassis with breadboard, screwdriver, rear caster, and assorted hardware sit on table
Sitting on wood table is a laptop, an upper chassis plate with breadboard, assorted hardware, and screwdriver; the motors, wheels and rear castor have been installed on the lower chassis plate
Partially constructed robot chassis sitting on wood table; includes lower chassis plaste, wheels, DC motors, rear caster, and metal standoffs; on table next to it sits upper chassis plate with breadboard, assorted hardware, screwdriver, and laptop
Completed robot cassis sits on table includes upper and lower chassis, standoffs, DC motors, wheels, rear caster, breadboard on top with jumper wires attached; screwdriver and laptop sit alongside it on a wood table

The Best Way to Teach

Video Lessons

Dive deep to teach the how and why behind each electronic component and line of code

Step-by-Step Activities

Help practice and refine their new skills

High-Quality Equipment Kits

Organized for easy use. No need to guess what is needed or hunt down compatible parts.

Help When You Need It

Our team answers your questions

On grey wood table with white brick background sits a robot alongside a laptop, USB audio connector, jumper wires, temperature sensor, phototransistor, and RFID reader

No Experience? No Problem.

For Teachers

All courses are open-and-go, teaching directly to the students. Lesson materials include video instruction, step-by-step activities, and organized, ready-to-use equipment kits.

No previous experience required. Most teachers using our courses do not have a background in electronics, coding, or robotics.

Hands holding breadboard circuit with basic electronic components

For Students

Our courses are designed to start with the fundamentals to ensure each student has a solid understanding of how every part of a circuit works, how to write each line of code, and how to use a Rapsberry Pi in their projects.

They'll then build on that knowledge systematically lesson-by-lesson to work with increasingly complex components, code, and projects.

No Experience? No Problem.

For Teachers

Our courses are designed to be open-and-go teaching directly to the students. Most teachers using our courses do not have a background in electronics, coding, or robotics.

For Students

Our courses are designed to start with the fundamentals to ensure each student has a solid understanding of how every part of a circuit works, how to write each line of code, and how to use a Rapsberry Pi in their projects.

They'll then build on that knowledge systematically lesson-by-lesson to work with increasingly complex components, code, and projects.

Against background of grey wood table, two hands hold up a breadboard circuit including GPIO header, jumper wires, blue LEDs, resistors, and pushbutton switches

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Our courses make it easy to learn electronics and coding.

Breadboard electronic circuit with switches
Laptop with Python code controlling capacitive touch sensor
User Testimonial: Best Kit/Class Ever!
Teen showing off robot he built
Breadboard circuit with keypad sitting next to keyboard and monitor
Breadboard circuit with temperature sensor
Breadboard circuit mounted to robot chassis
User testimonial: Great program and excellent customer service
Desk with 42 Electronics website on computer monitor and breadboard circuit on desk
Breadboard circuit with switches, pizeo speaker, and jumper wires
User testimonial: Best way to learn Python
Remote controlling breadboard circuit from laptop
Robot sitting on desk next to keyboard
Student building breadboard circuit
Keyboard, Raspberry Pi connected to breadboard circuit via header and wedge
User testimonial: Presentation was easy to follow
Python coding window open on screen
Breadboard circuit with OLED screen displaying Cheerlights message
User testimonial: Really well done course
Breadboard mounted on robot chassis

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Intersted in learning more? Click here to ask questions or request a quote. Once your school has started the quotation process, we are happy to set up a 14-day online classroom account for your assessment and planning purposes.

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On wood table two hands work on a breadboard circuit next to a laptop; circuit includes GPIO header and ribbon, piezo speaker, RGB LED, OLED screen, slide switch, ultrasonic sensor, and jumperwires; laptop, phototransistor, and temperature sensor sit next to circuit
Raspberry Pi Breadboard Circuit with Basic Components

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18 Lessons, 70+ Videos,
45+ Activities

Raspberry Pi Breadboard Circuit with Electronic Components and Laptop Sitting on Wood Table

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Coding Course

36 Lessons, 150+ Videos,
100+ Activities

Raspberry Pi Breadboard Circuit sitting on green engineering mat

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Coding Course

54 Lessons, 200 Videos,
150+ Activities

Robot sitting on table next to laptop

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Robotics Course

72 Lessons, 225+ Videos,
200+ Activities

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