STEM Academy is a forum where our members can support electronic engineering initiatives at all levels, giving educators the confidence to successfully bring a wider range of technologies into the classroom.
The element14 Community is pleased to present the STEM Academy, our dedicated area for anyone who wishes to explore learning concepts and classroom-based design projects within the electronic and digital space.
|micro:bit: Summer Code Club Challenge||STEM Projects||The Learning Circuit|
We want you to setup a summer code club in your community featuring micro:bit and the Kitronik Inventor's Kit.
We support a wide variety of STEM projects for schools and universities. Check out our latest initiatives to inspire your own classroom projects.
Join Karen as she covers STEM topics, shares tips & tricks for starter projects, and gives advice to make learning fun.
Inspire the next generation of engineers with our educational platforms, software and resources, enabling them to develop their future.
|micro:bit Summer Code Club Challenge - Winners Announced! 2 months ago in micro:bit||by jlucas|
|MakeItZone Micro:Bit SoCCC 2019 Blog #1 - Project Outline 2 weeks ago in micro:bit||by julianrendell|
|Micro:bit Tutorials in Spanish 1 month ago in micro:bit||by gusmerckel|
|First Workshop with the Micro:bits from the "Micro:bit Summer Code Club Challenge 1 month ago in micro:bit||by gusmerckel|
|Join The micro:bit Summer Code Club Challenge! 2 months ago in micro:bit||by jlucas|
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