The micro:bit is a pocket-sized programmable computer that has on-board sensors for motion detection (accelerometer and compass), temperature, and light. Micro:bits can be programmed by either a visual or general purpose programming language. The workshop will cater for both primary and secondary teachers in separate streams and will provide curriculum appropriate coding examples in each stream.
- be introduced to programming micro:bits and code a small project
- receive a micro:bit to keep and use to experiment with after the workshop
- receive links to classroom-ready micro:bit resources
- 3:45 start for workshop 4 – 5pm Monday 19 October
- Venue: St Margaret Mary’s College, 1-9 Crowle Street, Hyde Park, Townsville. Workshop will be held in K01 & K02, ground floor on the left hand side of Crowle Street.
- QSITE members $33 Non-Members $44
- Includes the workshop and a micro:bit
- Bring your own laptop