Micro:bit

BBC micro:bit es un micro-computador programable que cabe en tu mano y que puede usarse para todo tipo de fantásticas invenciones: desde robots a instrumentos musicales. ¡Las posibilidades son ilimitadas! Se puede programar desde cualquier navegador web en Bloques, Javascript, Python, Scratch y más; no se requiere ningún otro software. Micro:bit es ampliamente utilizado en escuelas de todo el mundo, desde Finlandia e Islandia a Singapur y Sri Lanka.

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Blue silicone protective...

RA045

Blue silicone protective cover for BBC Micro:Bit

Protective cover used for micro: bit. The cover has two different sides, dot matrix display area, finger usage area on the front. Micro USB interface, power interface and reset button on the back side. It can be installed on a micro: bit board to make your work more charming and fun. Weight: 10g
Size: 5.5 cm * 6.5 cm
Material: gel silica (environmental protection material)

Price €5.00
Orange silicone protective...

RA046

Orange silicone protective cover for BBC Micro:Bit

Protective cover used for micro: bit. The cover has two different sides, dot matrix display area, finger usage area on the front. Micro USB interface, power interface and reset button on the back side. It can be installed on a micro: bit board to make your work more charming and fun. Weight: 10g
Size: 5.5cm * 6.5cm
Material: silica gel (environmental protection material)

Price €5.00
Joystick Breakout Board for...

RA040

Joystick Breakout Board for BBC Micro:Bit

The joystick board can be used to simulate the mouse keyboard.
The 3V, G, P0 and P1 are connected to a card micro: bit to imitate the serial port.
This board consists of 6 buttons and joystick. Connect the joystick and buttons to the micro: bit pins.
Connect the "Select" button to P7, "Mode" to P6, the "UP" button to P10, "Left" to P11,
"Right" to P9, "Down" to P8, joystick X-axis to P4, Y-axis to P3, X-axis to P5.
You can control the external device by reading the interface states .

Input voltage 4.75-12V
PCB size 150x47x33mm

Price €7.50

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What is Micro:bit?

Micro:bit is a result of efforts of British BBC and its initiative ¨Make it digital¨ to design a micro-computer that would enable a school teaching of both programming and electronics. Micro:bit could be summed up in one sentence as extremely user friendly even for the youngest fans of electronics, which opens up potentially easier and more intuitive teaching for lower classes (Micro:bit suggests to levels of curriculum - for ages from 7 to 11 and 11 to 14, both of which seem rather below the main target audience of Arduino or even more so Raspberry Pi). It features simple clip pins, rather than soldered standard pins as both in Raspberry and Arduino, as well as built-in buttons, sensors (accelerometer) and LEDs. So there is quite a good setup to start learning when you take the board out of the box, without a need to additionally assemble it, which might be challenging for the youngest. Additionally, there are connectivity solutions already in-built with drivers configured (BLE and USB).

An extensive and well-covered curriculum

As mentioned, given that Micro:bit is a purely educational project it comes with a very well-defined and prepared set of classes for the youngest. Lessons are divided into separate units of work covering most important building blocks of programming knowledge in an easy and tangible way (blocks include for example Data Handling, Basics of Algorithms, Electrical Conductors). Each segment can work independently to an extent giving even more flexibility to the teachers. On top of that, there is a range of on-off projects available for the study and development. All in one very intuitive repository on the micro:bit website.

Teacher support

On top of the curriculum, Micro:bit has developed a range of tools to support their teachers including virtual classroom, which enables sharing code with your students as well as generate class reports. The virtual classroom is available both in MakeCode and Python.