Are you looking for a cheap, accessible and flexible hardware solution to support the delivery of your Digital Technologies program?
In this talk, we’ll demonstrate the power of the BBC micro:bit, show you how this one resource can be used to build a multi-year digital technology program in your school, and showcase some examples of simple projects suitable for all year levels.
Those interested in General Primary, Middle / Upper Primary, Middle Secondary (7 – 9), Senior Secondary (10 – 12)
Laptop (+ USB-C -> USB-A adaptor if necessary)
WiFi access will be provided at the venue.
Christ Church Grammar School, Claremont, IT Centre
About the Presenter:
Penny Player is an Educator at Grok Academy.
She previously coordinated Zero Robotics (Australia) at the University of Sydney, an international competition giving high school students the chance to program robotics satellites on board the International Space Station.
Penny has a Bachelor of Mechatronics (Space) Engineering and Physics, and has a passion for exploring the world and learning new things.
Join Penny Player and the team from Grok Academy at the ECAWA 2022 State Conference on Thursday the 6th and Friday the 7th of October, 2022