Our Code in the Classroom: Micro:bit workshop is hands-on learning, centred around computational thinking and block-based coding. The inexpensive micro:bit is a hit with kids and teachers alike, and offers a multitude of features inspiring them to create with code. A KCJ instructor will guide you and your students as you build digital skills for creative learning.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
WHAT YOU’LL KEEP
The micro:bit is a small programmable computer that promotes inclusive and creative learning that primes students to explore the rich potential of physical computing. Use it to teach any subject, from science to physical education.EXPLORE
Want to help your students keep improving their coding skills? Code Club is a network of free clubs run by volunteers across every province and territory. We provide all the materials and support you need to start an extracurricular or lunch program at your school or library. We can also help you find volunteers.START A CLUB