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micro:bit Cookbook

Three simple ‘recipes’ to introduce micro:bit STEM Activities in the Primary Classroom

Stuart Ball

Created by Stuart Ball
last edited Jul 02 2020 by Stuart Ball

Presented as part of the CAS Virtual Conference - Bath 2020

This is a very simple guide of micro:bit activities for absolute non-specialists in the Primary Classroom. In association with the STEM Ambassador programme they can start schools and teachers on their way to developing creative use of computing in the classroom.

The Aim is to :– - To get micro:bits out of the cupboards in many schools - To introduce teachers to this great cost effective device - To illustrate the use of computing across the curriculum – STEM - To leave a legacy with teachers to continue to engage with computing - To give more students more opportunities to use computing across the curriculum

please contact for more details for free support for these activities.

Find out more about the STEM Ambassador programme here

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