Microbit Basis

From Tuesday, October 13, 2020 5:00 PM
to Tuesday, October 13, 2020 6:00 PM

4pip

Open online activity

pauline@4pip.nl

English

Nederland

A webinar over the basics of the micro:bit. You don't need a micro:bit to join this webinar. All the projects you are going to make will work in the online simulator from makecode.com. You will learn the basics of the micro:bit, how to code, what blocks, language, tutorials. How to start in a class, what kind of project can you do with your students. Their is room to ask questions. The webinar will be very practical you will make your own game for the micro:bit. This webinar is for starters of the micro:bit. Pauline Maas More info on: www.microbit101.nl Enrol in the webinar: https://tinyurl.com/CodeWeekNL2

    Other (see description)
    Playful coding activities Visual/Block programming
    coding BASIC visual blockcoding Microbit computational thingking

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