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Basics of Python for the micro:bit
June 30, 2016 at 3:30PM
Acton High School
|A great way to gain confidence with both Python and the micro:bit|
Basics of Python for the micro:bit, assumes no prior knowledge of Python.
The session will cover:
There will be an opportunity for more experienced Python users to have an introduction to aspects of physical computing using LEDs and pushbuttons.
Led by Clifford French and supported by Hardip Mothada.
There is a nominal £10 charge to cover costs, refreshments will be provided.
ICT Strategy Manager at Camden School for Girls. Passionate about the role of physical devices - Raspberry Pi, Arduino and now the micro:bit - in bring computer science to life for students. Runs regular weekend Maker Days for students, mainly at KS2 and 3 in London and other parts of the country including Bristol.
All materials and resources used on this course will be made available to all delegates after the course.
Hardip Mthada, Hmothada@actonhigh.ealing.sch.uk
Acton High School
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