Total Duration: 18 Days

  1. Understand the basic concepts and applications of IoT
  2. Understand the components of IoT devices and how they work
  3. Build and program IoT projects using microcontrollers and sensors
  4. Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  5. Apply programming and engineering principles to solve real-world problems

Key Features

This STEM - IoT course provides an introduction to the concept of IoT and its applications in our daily lives, while developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. By the end of the course, students will have gained an understanding of IoT devices and their components, and will have built and programmed simple IoT projects.


  • Weekly quizzes to measure understanding of the concepts covered
  • Participation in hands-on activities and group projects
  • Final project presentation and evaluation

Course Content

  • Overview of the Internet of Things and its applications in daily life
  • Explanation of IoT devices and their components
  • Understanding the basics of microcontrollers and how they work
  • Programming the microcontroller using block-based programming software
  • Basic Programming Logics
  • Building a temperature sensor using a microcontroller and temperature sensor module
  • Programming the temperature sensor to display the temperature on an LCD screen or through an app
  • Building a smart home automation system using a microcontroller and relays
  • Programming the automation system to control lights and appliances in a room through an app
  • Building Remote Controlled Car using Aurdino and Sensor
  • Working in groups, students will design and build an IoT project of their choice, applying concepts learned throughout the course
  • Presenting their project to the class and explaining how it works and its applications

Testing the Purity of Milk

  • Conducting a purity test on milk using common household items
  • Identification of common adulterants in milk, such as water and synthetic milk

Testing the Purity of Oil

  • Conducting a purity test on oil using common household items
  • Identification of common adulterants in oil, such as palm oil and mineral oil