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Classroom Snapshot: The micro:bit

How 8 and 9 year olds 'unboxed' some micro:bits and what they did with them

Richard Smith

Created by Richard Smith
last edited Dec 12 2017 by Richard Smith

A short document that is ideal for those who want to find out how this miniture computer can be used in the classroom. It also contains the code for sending messages from one micro:bit to another (using radio functionality).

Level: Beginner

Teaches: how to use a physical device as part of the Computing curriculum, how to create code using an online browser and how to set up communication between 2 micro:bits

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