Micro:bit coding

Do you wish to learn how to operate microcontrollers, and make the most of their capabilities?

Do you love programming?

Then the new Micro: bit coding program of stem @ home action is for you!

The BBC micro: bit, a platform for aspiring software engineers, developed and supported by world-leading companies in innovative technologies, is a portable – smaller than your palm! – fully programmable computer. With a built-in compass, accelerometer, temperature and light sensors, radio and bluetooth low energy antennas, 5×5 LED panels and two control buttons, the possibilities are endless.

To program the board, we have chosen a user-friendly graphical interface, Microsoft’s MakeCode, that will familiarize our younger friends with fundamental algorithmic techniques, while providing the necessary and desired flexibility.

50% discount for online courses!

Participants will receive an email with detailed instructions on how to connect to the platform.

Program info

  • Age: 12-15
  • Number of activities: 10
  • Duration of activity: 60′
  • Number of students: 10

The program will be available in 3 different time zones per day, so you can choose the one that suits you best:

Zone A: 10:00-11:00
Zone B: 15:00-16:00
Zone C: 18:00-19:00
Lesson tags: stem@home eng

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