why you should read the Handbook of Arduino
When we think about the word ‘education’, we often think of the formal schooling that happens in primary, secondary, and high schools and colleges. Although this is not the only way of education, tacit and practical knowledge is something that we often can’t learn by reading books; it is achieved by addressing real-world problems and practicing. It relates to experience, intuition, ideals, creative thinking, emotions, values, skills, and attitudes. Arduino Education is the next generation of STEAM programs and tacit knowledge that empowers schoolchildren on their creative learning journey through secondary school, high school, and university and helps them succeed.
Arduino has been used in thousands of unique projects and various development applications. The Arduino software is a simple-to-use application for beginners and is now flexible enough for advanced users, teachers, and scholars to use it to build cost-efficient scientific devices, demonstrate chemistry and physics principles, or get started with programming and robotics. Project-based learning will lead to cooperative education and create a deeper impact on the student. It also makes the understanding part more enjoyable, as students can understand more while learning it in a group. Consequently, let us focus on a plethora of simple projects related to interesting Arduino sensors that will enhance students' innovative mindsets. The Arduino project works at all times and makes improvements to the existing system, and for that reason, ultimately, students can develop a forward-thinking practical mindset and way of thinking.