Microbit for Juniors is part of our inclusive programs at this year’s PyCon Ghana for junior tech enthusiasts.
Micro:bit is a pocket-sized, codable computer packed with features. It boasts an ARM-built processor, a motion sensor, built-in compass, USB port, 25 LED lights, buttons, and Bluetooth technology. So, the micro:bit can be used to create all sorts of things.
Tech is often stigmatized as a complex and difficult field, but how can we break this down and make tech more fun and interactive to inspire higher levels of engagement and creativity in a new generation of young people? The simplicity and versatility of the micro:bit makes it an easy, fun starting point for junior scholars. Micro:bit helps students get hands-on and switch from being consumers of digital information to designers and creators.
Helpful Resource: https://microbit-micropython.readthedocs.io/en/v2-docs/
(Please note that this is our provisional time/schedule and is subject to change)
Microbit for Juniors is part of our inclusive programs at this year’s PyCon Ghana for junior tech enthusiasts.(TBD) https://ntoll.org/cv/ firstname.lastname@example.org