INVENTORS | AGE 8-11 | CODING & ROBOTICS
Code and build with the minicomputer!
Grasp how objects are integrated with hardware and software, and go on to create your own inventions with BBC micro:bit computer board, and master its easy-to-use block based programming interface. Integrate different sensors that enable your programs to interact with the real-life environment.
MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION
Coding experience preferred, but NOT required
Using BBC's micro:bit, students will familiarize with coding concepts and sensors by building projects that can solve real-life problems. Students will experience fun and hands-on activities and onboard sensors to visualize what they have programmed.
Don't judge by its small size, micro:bit is actually a powerful computer! Be introduced to the art of making and tinkering. Combine that with your newly acquired computer knowledge and science concepts to build your own original inventions.
Take a Look at Our Classrooms
Lessons per module
1 : 5
Teacher to Student Ratio
2 - 5
Students / Class
micro:bit Basics <new>
Sat 1:30pm - 3pm
(Jan 7, 14, 28; Feb 4, 11, 18, 25; Mar 4, 11, 18)
(before Dec 15)
Face-to-Face at Prince Edward / Online
(free delivery of education kit set)
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