TME Education ambassador in Eswatini, Hani Sisimile, conducted his second electronics training at AMADI City Campus. Training at AMADI City Campus was very productive as students showed a lot of interest in learning more about electronics and building Arduino projects.
They started with learning the basics of electronics from covering theory topics so that the students got the base for understanding electric terms, diagrams and how they work. Hani conducted theory classes for 2 days. After that, he introduced electronic components and devices to the students. Later, the participants could explore the basics of electronics with the help of TME’s Electronics Experiments Kit. The training was attended by 18 students.
Later in May, TME Education conducted a three-day long teacher training at ka-Schiele High School. Its objective was to introduce the computer science teacher to Arduino programming, to equip him with knowledge and skills that he will later impart to students at his institution. The event was requested by the Head of Computer Science department.
TME Education Workshops in Eswatini