Make the most of your free BBC computers and find out what they can do…
BBC Micro:bit training for schools
Training to introduce the BBC Micro:bit to teachers and pupils.
The Micro:bit is designed to encourage children to get actively involved in writing software for computers and building new things, rather than being consumers of media. A million devices have been given to every year 7 pupil in the UK. This course demystifies the tech and explains how to make the most of your devices.
- Don’t let your free BBC Micro:bits end up in dusty cupboards!
- Fun, hands on training for staff and/or pupils in your school.
- We will show you how to write programs and ensure that you are familiar with the hardware.
- All you need to know about the hardware and how to program them.
- You will learn how to write programs using the block editor , touch develop and python.
- No coding or technical experience needed – this course is suitable for everyone.
- Can run after school for staff, during the school day for pupils or both!
- You will be given classroom resources and lessons – all differentiated.
Simply provide a room with computers or laptops and we’ll do the rest.
A complete day (9am-3.30pm) costs just £480, a half day or twilight is £250.
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