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The Toronto Computer Engineering Teachers Association (CETA) brings together Ontario TEJ/ICS teachers who are interested in electronics, microcontrollers, embedded systems, wireless, programming, robotics, interfacing and teaching. Meetings focus on developing and sharing hands-on projects that engage students, as well as planning and developing an annual robotics competition. Meetups to be scheduled on Saturday mornings in a fully equipped electronics laboratory at Centennial College School of Electronics in Scarborough.

Who should join:

• Toronto and Greater-Toronto area (Durham, York, Simcoe, Peel) high-school teachers.

• Teaching/learning to teach electronics and embedded programming to grade 11/12 students.

Why they should join:

• Connect with industry and peers.

• Learn new technologies and industry practice.

• Develop hardware and firmware troubleshooting skills.

• Share best practices for deploying electronics and programming concepts in the classroom.

• Participate in the planning and deployment of the CETA robotics competition.

Typical Activities:

• Socializing with peers.

• Workshops/Presentations.

• Hardware prototyping and troubleshooting.

• Programming and debugging.

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