Team:Family/Microbit workshop

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Team:Family/Microbit workshop
Microbit.gif
Person Responsible deponald
Status idea
Type workshop
Location FamilyZone Workshop Tent
Age groups
  • 6-9 year
  • 9-12 year
  • 12-16 year
  • adults year
Date and Time Monday at 16:00
Budget Required 0
Budget Granted None (yet)
Comments

This page is part of the Team:Family of MCH2022. Feel free to look around.

MCH2022 is a "DIY" hacker event, organized by volunteers and everyone who visits. If you want to help and make the FamilyZone awesome, please join the team or organize a project. If you want to help at the event, please participate as an angel.

Learn basic coding and electronic principles with these tiny, pocket-sized computers.

Dependencies

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Timing

Monday 16:00 - 17:30

You can reserve a place/micro:bit via https://datumprikker.nl/pqxpf88c8kqg4wmw Bring a laptop if possible, we have some laptops to share

Materials required

  • A location (tent + tables + chairs)
    • We have a workshop tent, we can schedule you there!
      • great, I have lessons for 1,5 - 2 hours, if > 9 people want to join we can do it multiple times
  • laptops/desktops for attendees without one
    • User:fhp will bring a bananabox with chromebooks, would they be use-able for this?
      • Most likely yes, I will also bring 8 (L)Ubuntu laptops if needed
  • A beamer/big screen for the teacher ?
    • These are available in the workshop tent.
      • Perfect!!

Materials arranged

Who will provide them, and when?

  • Deponald will bring 9 micro:bit's + electronic components + cabling

Status

  • ready, waiting for a time frame...

Howto: Buildup

  • Are there power connections for the laptops?
    • Yes
  • How many volunteers are required: none (Deponald will arrange them)
  • How much time is required: 2 hours per workshop, can be repeated if needed

Howto: Teardown

  • How many volunteers are required: none (Deponald will arrange them)
  • How much time is required: max 15 minutes

Course materials

https://github.com/deponald/Microbit