Introduction to BBC Micro: bit is designed to give you practical guidelines on how to use the Micro: bit. You will be learning about all the peripherals that can be used by the Micro: bit as well as build projects in it. The BBC Micro: bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to the methods how software and hardware can work together.
The course will focus on the concepts, building projects and learning the science behind them. The course will serve as an excellent guideline if you’re a teacher or a parent that teaches young children how the Micro: bit works. In just two and half hours, you will learn ALL the peripherals of the Micro: bit and will build several projects too.
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|1. Getting Started with the Micro:Bit|
|1.1. Introduction to the course||FREE||00:05:00|
|1.2. Getting to know your BBC Micro:bit||FREE||00:05:00|
|1.3. Physical Overview of the BBC Micro:Bit||FREE||00:07:00|
|2. Visual Programming Using The Block Editor|
|2.1 Introduction to the Block Editor||FREE||00:06:00|
|2.2 Modules in the Block Editor||00:06:00|
|2.3 Introduction to Programming Concepts||00:06:00|
|2.4 Hello, World!||00:04:00|
|3. Working with the Buttons and the LED Matrix|
|3.1 Understanding the Micro:Bit buttons and the LED Matrix||00:06:00|
|3.2 Blinking the LED Matrix with a button||00:05:00|
|3.3 Advanced Functions of the LED Matrix||00:05:00|
|3.4 Project: Pomodoro Timer||00:08:00|
|3.5 Activity Project: Light Detector||00:03:00|
|4. Working with the Accelerometer|
|4.1 What is an Accelerometer?||00:07:00|
|4.2 Using the Accelerometer Blocks||00:06:00|
|4.3 Project: Spirit Level||00:07:00|
|4.4 Activity Project: The Earthquake Detector||00:01:00|
|5. Working with the Magnetometer|
|5.1 What is a Magnetometer?||00:07:00|
|5.2 The Magnetometer Module Blocks||00:06:00|
|5.3 The Metal Detector Project||00:08:00|
|5.4 Digital Compass Activity Project||00:01:00|
|6. Working with Serial Communication|
|6.1 Understanding Serial Communication||00:09:00|
|6.2 Get the Micro:bit to talk with a PC||00:05:00|
|6.3 The Temperature Logger Project||00:09:00|
|7. Radio Communication|
|7.1 What is Radio Communication?||00:08:00|
|7.2 An Overview of the Radio Module Blocks||00:04:00|
|7.3 Digital Telegraphy Project using the Morse Code||00:08:00|
|Introduction to BBC Microbit – Level 3 Assignments|
|Completion Certificate Request|
|Completion Certificate Request|