3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 4, 2019 8:49 AM by gadget.iom

    CodeBug

    davidlockett

      Are there CodeBug grants or donations for classroom teachers?

        • Re: CodeBug
          clem57

          davidlockett  I assume you are a teacher or have something to do with students. If the goal is to equip the classroom with CodeBug lets say, maybe you are asking the wrong question. Here is a site https://doublethedonation.com/tips/fundraising-ideas-for-schools/  that may help you raise money for the getting the devices. Read them and see which would fit...

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          • Re: CodeBug
            shabaz

            Hi David,

             

            Also CodeBug is quite a limited product.. it may be better to go with micro:bit these days maybe, there's way more classroom material for it and is probably easier to teach with, it costs about the same, and will get more interest from kids maybe - just an opinion.

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              • Re: CodeBug
                gadget.iom

                shabaz  wrote:

                 

                Also CodeBug is quite a limited product.. it may be better to go with micro:bit these days maybe, there's way more classroom material for it and is probably easier to teach with, it costs about the same, and will get more interest from kids maybe - just an opinion.

                Completely agree!

                A great place to start would be the micro:bit space here: micro:bit

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