The constructivist theory suggests that students construct knowledge based on their experiences. Here at the College of Engineering and Computer Studies, students are not only required to attend trainings and seminar, but are also trained to facilitate. To provide a venue for facilitating and learning, a Basic Arduino Workshop was held on July 21, 2018 at the HNU Circuits Laboratory, using the newly acquired microcontrollers. An introduction of the Arduino Board and the IDE was conducted in the morning with Arduino projects discussions and a mini-contest in the afternoon.
The workshop was participated in by computer and electronics engineering students. This activity was prepared and facilitated by ECE Batch 2019 led by Mr. Antero Librando, Jr, a major course, which is under the advisory of Engr. Rosanne S. Daquio, ECE.