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BBC Microbit: Learner to Programmer 2022

BBC Microbit: Learner to Programmer 2022

Make real-world projects with the new BBC micro:bit and learn how to use all of its sensors.

What you’ll learn

BBC Microbit: Learner to Programmer 2022

  • Overview and understanding of the BBC Micro:value. bit’s
  • Buttons, LED display, Radio, Accelerometer and Magnetometer are just some of the features of the BBC micro:bit. It also has Pins and a Light Sensor.
  • Microsoft MakeCode Block Editor: This is an explanation.
  • Based on real-life projects that use the BBC Micro:bit and the Microsoft MakeCode Block Editor, these are projects.
  • People who take this class will learn how to be creative, think outside the box, be confident, and explore the world of programming.


  • It doesn’t matter if you’ve ever used a computer before.
  • Beginners in electronics can take this class and learn everything they need to know.


Programming and coding are important parts of our future, but many people have a hard time understanding them because they use a lot of long and complicated text-based words.

Learn the basics of coding and programming with the new BBC Micro:bit V2. This is a pocket-sized computer that can be programmed and teaches you how to code and write code. Use MICROSOFT MAKE CODE BLOCK to write code for BBC Micro:bit.

In the beginning, the BBC Micro:bit is a great way to learn about different input-output devices and sensors. When you think about how small the BBC Micro:bit is, it’s a great educational tool. Teachers, parents, and students can all have fun with code to make real-world examples.

The goal of this class is to help you learn how to code and program real-world examples with help from the BBC Micro:bit V2.

This course is taught with a STEM-based method that makes learning about coding fun for kids. There are a lot of projects for kids to do that help them improve their computational thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills.

When we do this class, we’ll learn how to make things like door alarms and digital thermometers. We’ll also learn how to make things like a virtual pet, moisture sensors, step counting, a game called “Heads Up,” and many other things that are based on real-world examples.

It’s called the “course journey.”

  • Get to know the BBC Micro:bit V2, which has LEDs, buttons, pins, speakers, Bluetooth radio waves, and other sensors (Accelerometer, Magnetometer, touch logo, light senor)
  • When you learn how to use MICROSOFT MAKE CODE (a block editor), you will learn how to code.
  • There is a lot more to programming than just the basics like VARIABLES, LOGIC, and LOOP.
  • Learn how to use LEDs and buttons on the BBC Micro:bit to make things like games and toys.
  • An in-depth look at sensors like the accelerometer and magnetometer, as well as how to use them with the BBC Micro:bit.
  • People can learn how the pins in the BBC Micro:bit work by flooding a plant with water and checking the moisture level in a plant project.
  • It shows how two or more Micro: bits can talk to each other with Bluetooth and radio signal features.

Taking this class will teach you the basics of programming, which can lead you to a world of different programming languages. This can help you start a career in coding and programming, and it can help you learn how to code.

Who this course is for:

  • Teachers who want to help their students be more creative by programming with BBC Micro:Bit.
  • With the help of BBC Micro:Bit, parents and teachers want to teach their kids how to write simple programs.
  • Anyone who wants to start learning how to code.

BBC Microbit: Learner to Programmer 2022

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