Tomorrow afternoon we’re thrilled to be joining forces with #MIEExpert Stephen Richards for another live webinar, during which he’ll be exploring a number of different ways in which the BBC micro:bit can be used across the curriculum. The webinar is free to join, and will also be available on demand afterwards, so even if you can’t make the live session you can still register in order to access the recording at a more convenient time.
Computing across the curriculum with BBC micro:bits
Wednesday 9th November 2016, 16:00-16:30
Hosted by #MIEExpert Stephen Richards
Introducing a number of unusual, small, inexpensive, battery powered computing devices called BBC micro:bits into subjects. These are not “computers” in the classical sense, rather they are platforms that can be programmed to measure environmental factors such as temperature, direction and movement and respond to these in various ways.
- Introducing Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Stephen Richards
- The focus will not be on using devices but on teaching and learning in the subject and using devices to support learning and boost engagement where and when it might be appropriate.
- How to utilise micro:bits in your own classroom
- Q & A
This webinar is part of a series that we started in September, and will continue throughout the school year, during which Microsoft Teacher Ambassadors and Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts will be sharing their experiences, tips, and ideas for how different technologies and approaches can enhance teaching and learning.
All previous webinars are available on demand, and can be accessed below: