"We used many different instruments to incorporate the mens et manus methodology. To start, we introduced them to breadboards and LEDs, allowing them to actively learn about simple circuitry."
The end result was something his students didn't realize they were capable of building. Brandon explained, "We expanded on the ideas of LED circuits and introduced programming through the use of Arduino circuit boards. This new hardware then became the basis for the autonomous robots that the students were able to build later on."
Despite the time and effort required to teach an intensive, hands-on workshop, Brandon--a photography and filming enthusiast--found some time to document his experience in video: