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I WANT TO BE A CODING MAKER SCHOOL PARTNER

We want to empower children to solve their everyday problems with logical thinkng and creativity.

Your school of robotics, programming and maker culture certainly offers one of the most desired and necessary skills of the students of the 21st century.

Therefore, we want to partners in order to offer students the best experience in this area, creating a fun and rich relationship in teaching programming and robotics.

BBC micro:bit was developed in England after identifying the need to create a portable, cheap, easy to program and versatile computer that could be integrated into a series of projects related to students' daily lives.

The use of micro:bit is growing all over the world. Do you know why?

 

  • Providing the development of maker activities
  • Programming and learning through projects that make it possible to go beyond the curriculum and
  • Solve real life's problems
  • Transforming the reality of teachers, students, family and the school community, the use of the BBC micro:bit board goes worldwide

Check out the benefits of having micro:bit in your coding and maker school

Focused on children

Based on a small programmable board that inspires digital creativity, teaches the fundamentals of programming and enables endless ideas.

Developed for education

Makes the learning process easier.

International network

Micro:bit is being already used in more than 60 countries by more than 20 million students.

Programming for all levels

Among our partners, Microsoft is responsible for the continuous development of the MakeCode programming environment. Another important partner is the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). responsible for the world's most recognized programming learning environment, the Scratch. Scratch integration with BBC micro:bit is native and interaction occurs in real time. To explore the high performance of the BBC micro:bit with Python language which allows advanced projects that are already being used in technical courses and universities, not limited to students who are beginners in programming.

Micro:bit differentials

Focused on children

Based on a small programmable board that inspires digital creativity, teaches the fundamentals of programming and enables endless ideas.

Developed for education

Makes the learning process easier.

International network

Micro:bit is being already used in more than 60 countries by more than 20 million students.

Ready to use

Unlike the competitors’ products, it is not necessary to purchase other equipment for operation.

Radio communication

Allows data communication between micro:bits, enabling the creation of games, toys and others.

USB interface

Loads your programs directly from the computer to the micro:bit.

External battery

The micro:bit comes with the 2 AAA battery holder.

Bluetooh

Allows communication with mobile phones and other devices.

Matrix with 25 LEDs

Individually programmable LEDs.

2 buttons

Allow the interaction with the program flow.

Interface with the external world

The micro:bit connects sensors, actuators, motors and others through digital and analog pins.

Light sensors

LEDs allow the detection of ambient light.

Temperature sensor

Detects the ambient temperature.

Accelerometer

This component detects when the micro: bit is moved. Being able to identify actions such as shaking, tilting or free falling.

Magnetometer

Has a magnetic sensor, which allows it to be used as a compass.





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