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About the Course

micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer designed by the BBC in the UK. It is used by schools in the UK to teach computer education initially. Many schools world-wide started adopting using micro:bit to teach computing as part of the push towards STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) education.
The course has a unique mix of introductory notes and fun challenges that will get the learners programming the micro:bit in no time. Each participant will get a micro:bit to learn about the hardware and how to program it using the block editor.


No coding or technical experience needed

Learning Outcome

Computational skills, Problem solving, Spirit of innovation