Results for "micro:bit" (9)

BBC micro:bit in computingCV203

The micro:bit is a powerful tool for learning computing, from hardware and networking through to programming and physical computing. This CPD, led by highly-experienced computer science teachers, will help you maximise the impact of the micro:bit on student learning. You will learn how to fully integrate the device...

Micro:bit in spaceCY228

Learn how to use this sensor-equipped and easy-to-program device to improve understanding in science and computing. The micro:bit was the biggest BBC Education project in 30 years, and involved up to a million of these credit-card sized devices being given out to 11 and 12 year olds across the UK. They are now...

Micro:bit in secondary computingCY224

The micro:bit has opened the door, to many, for hands-on computing projects with a difference. Simple-to-use and equipped with a suite of sensing and communications capabilities all programmable in a choice of languages, this low-cost device is becoming a fixture in computing classrooms across the country and beyond...

Controlling motors and prototyping electronic circuits with micro:bitTY238

The micro:bit is one of the biggest education projects in the past 30 years. Join us and explore how LEDs, buzzers, motors and sensors can be used to create programmable projects, perfect for key stage 3. Sessions will include: programming the micro:bit, using the free Microsoft Block Editor connecting output...

Creating intelligent products in design and technology with the micro:bitTV203

Find out how to create intelligent electronic products in all material areas of design and technology, using the micro:bit. Discover how this affordable device, and it’s free online software, can be used by students to embed intelligence in design and technology products. And how it can support the teaching of both...

Introduction to citizen science and the internet of things with BBC micro:bit and Raspberry PiCY220

The BBC micro:bit and Raspberry Pi computers are transforming the education landscape. Bringing powerful computing, data logging and analysis to the classroom, these versatile devices create new opportunities and enable exciting collaborative projects. This course is an introduction to a collaborative project that...

How to use computing devices to enhance the key stage 2 science curriculumRP163

During this free workshop we'll examine how to use physical computing devices, including the micro:bit, to facilitate cross-curricular projects involving elements of both the computing and science curriculum at key stage 2. Throughout the session you will undertake a range of engaging, hands-on tasks.

Computing conference CY707

This year's CAS regional conference has something for every teacher of computing, with dedicated streams for primary and secondary teachers. For the first time we will focus, too, on inclusion in association with CAS #Include. We hope to bring you these and much more besides, presented by knowledgeable Master...