ASSIST wants to help teachers easily implement the Wearable Device Challenge across the state of North Carolina, while providing an incredible learning opportunity for students! In order to help teachers administer these projects, ASSIST has created a device library. If your school is participating in the Wearable Device Challenge and you need devices and/or materials for your students to use, you can rent them through our website using the form below.
Instead of having to create lessons to start this challenge in your own classroom, we have designed lessons based around the North Carolina standards for curriculum in both high school and middle school. There are five categories that students need to be familiarized with to complete the competition. These categories are:
- The One Health Concept
- The Engineering Design Process
- Platforms and Programming
- Energy Harvesting
Within each of these categories you can select your desired discipline and content area for a corresponding lesson.
- To Download Arduino Environment: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software
- To Get Started with LilyPad https://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/LilyPadWindows#toc2
- One Health http://www.onehealthinitiative.com/
- Ti SensorTag http://www.ti.com/ww/en/wireless_connectivity/sensortag2015/gettingStarted.html
- Energy Harvesting Forum http://www.energyharvesting.net/
- Engineering Lesson Plan Ideas https://www.teachengineering.org
- Arduino Parts http://www.exploringarduino.com/parts/
Teachers can use this form to request kits, sensors, tools, and other supplies from the ASSIST Center for the purposes of completing Wearable Device Challenge prototypes and models.
Wearable Device Challenge – Device Rental
Teachers: If you need a device for your students to complete the Wearable Device Challenge please fill out the form below. Once completed someone from the ASSIST Center will contact you to let you know when the device will be available for you to pick up. You will be responsible for the properly maintaining the device and returning device to the ASSIST Center at the required time.