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Learn to use a hand-held programmable micro-computer to create a wide range of projects

Learn the Basics of coding


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Explore sound with the micro:bit

Carry out several experiments and create simple prototypes such as Musical Doorbell and noise meter using the micro:bit.


Areas covered: 

  • Connecting loudspeaker and headphones with micro:bit 

  • Generating music with micro:bit

  • Using sound sensor as an input 

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Micro:bit Projects on Light 

Make light-dependent projects with the use of the built-in light sensors of the micro:bit.

Create prototypes such as the Light Guitar, Automatic Night-Light and Infinity Mirror.

Areas Covered:

  • Sensing light with the micro:bits

  • Varying Brightness of LEDs output

  • Arrays, Conditionals and Variables blocks of code

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Micro:bit Projects on Movements

In this module, students will carry out exciting projects such as an Animatronic head that swivels its eyes and talks as well as a robotic remote-controlled rover with the use of different types of servomotors.

Areas covered: 

  • Moving a servomotor with micro:bit

  • Electrical Pulses and Period 

  • Direction of gear motors and the flow of electricity

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Internet Connectivity

Collect data from external sensors that are connected to the micro:bit on web applications.

Send signals and control micro:bit via web application.


Areas covered: 

  • Adding internet connectivity to micro:bit

  • The Internet of Things (IoT)

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Micro:bit Projects on Acceleration

Understand how the built-in accelerometer of the micro:bit measures force, acceleration and gravity.

Create your own step counter.

Areas covered: 

  • Functions of accelerometer 

  • Logging acceleration data into file

  • Plotting acceleration graph

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Magnetism and Radio Activity

Understand how micro:bit measures magnetic field strength as well as how two micro:bits can communicate with each other.

Create a micro:bit-controlled rover.

Areas covered: 

  • Measuring Magnetic Field Strength using the micro:bit

  • Communication between two micro:bits

  • Theory behind radio signals