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December 2, 2018
Hello!   This is post #3 about our micro:bit project at Årstadalsskolan in Stockholm. I would characterize the project as a partial success so far. We have had some hiccups on the way that has delayed the project a few weeks, and the kids and I have learned a lot, but we have not finished our clocks yet.   But, I am getting ahead of myself. First off : Goals, curriculum and so on.   In July this year a new curriculum was adopted in Sweden. There are some minor changes, a ...
The students at Goodna State School were excited to undertake a new unit of learning with the BBC Micro:bit, thanks to element14 and their Great Micro:bit Education Giveaway.   The Australian Curriculum was introduced a few years ago however, the Technologies curriculum does not need to be fully implemented until 2020. Due to this large time frame our school has taken our time to dabble in digital technologies in the classroom, while we continue to run a successful Code Club and Makerspac ...
There have been a few hiccups along the way... but when doesn't that happen!?  I have been noting my journey using Adobe Spark, a free online tool. Here is my link to what happened! https://spark.adobe.com/page/XkK80vP6mordc/   Thanks for giving us the opportunity to develop the skills and confidence of staff, that will lead to more students being provided with the experience of coding and using the awesome micro:bits. ...

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