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4 Posts authored by: petersvedman
Hello again.   Well, today was a bit of a fail. I was all set to make our ideas at least work a littel bit, but it all ended in tears. Well, almost. I had to raise my voice four times, and other teachers have probably by now figured out the reason:   we had technical difficulties. For some reason the microbit.org site didnt work for me today. It froze halfway through my coding example, on two separate computers. The kids had issues as well and as I said, it almost ended in tears. ...
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 ...
Hello again!   Last Friday we had a grand unboxing of the micro:bit club pack that I was awarded in the giveaway. This is a video of that exciting event     More to come as we start working on our clock projects.   /Peter ...
Hello!   I am one of the lucky winners of a micro:bit club pack in the Great micro:bit education giveaway. I am very happy to be selected and I am really looking forward to working on this project for the next ten weeks. We will be working with math and technology goals, but since this is a blog in english we will also be practicing our language skills and work on how to present our work in english.   In the next few days I will start posting about the work we are doing in the class ...