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Cambourne Electronics and Robotics Club (CERC) celebrated the certification ceremony of more than 20 students who took part in the element14 Summer Code Challenge. The event was marked by a short demonstration of the projects by all kids. They made their own Powerpoint presentations to explain their projects and gained experience in communicating science to a large audience.  Some of the kids also worked in a group for their projects.   Major project demonstrations based on the BBC Mi ...
Following the first introductory session, some of the kids decided to take home the BBC Micro:bit and the Kitronik Inventor’s Kit. One of the kids, Chinmayee, decided to write up her own experience of using the kits.   This is what Chinmayee wrote:   Kitronik’s “Inventor’s Kit” for the BBC Micro:bit is a collection of essential circuit components for imaginative young coders.   The kit comes with a booklet containing many experiments which explain ...
The students of the Cambourne Electronics and Robotics Club (CERC) were excited to win the element14 Summer Challenge and immediately got started with the BBC Micro:bits and the Kitronik Inventory kit. CERC conducted two sessions on Sunday 18th August 2019 with the beginner and the advanced batch. Each batch had 20 students in the age group of 7-14years.   The first project was to make a simple project with a buzzer that was connected to the pin P0 and GND (0V) using the Kitronik kit and u ...