Do you want to build a game that can tell your fortune? Or program an alarm that lights up and plays music? Or recreate the classic game of Rock, Paper, Scissors? Learn how to program all this and more using Micro:bit.
This program will teach an introduction to the basics of programming with Micro:bit, a technology designed to help students explore passions in STEM fields. The Micro:bit is a tiny computer designed to teach how hardware sensors and software interact, and how computer systems fit together to react to physical environments.
The creative and fun-filled program will take you to closer to becoming a confident coder. Students can expect to learn the fundamentals of programming hardware; they will work through guided examples of programming Micro:bit and turning them into functional projects such as games, musical instruments, and data loggers.
Online Registration: dowhatuluv.ca/program
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Cheque or E-transfer must be received within 5 days upon online booking, or your registration may be canceled due to limited spots and incomplete registration. (1) E-transfer to: [email protected] | (2) Cheque/ MAILING ADDRESS: 609 ARROW LANE, COQUITLAM BC, V3K 7C6, PAYABLE TO: DO WHAT U LUV FOUNDATION