Newark Helps Students Across the Globe With micro:bit How-to Videos

January 20, 2020 Alix Paultre

Newark is working to support product-led educational initiatives globally, with the aim to create interactive learning opportunities for students to develop an understanding of computing and electronics at a young age. The series of how-to videos featuring micro:bit are part of the element14 Community's “element14Presents: The Learning Circuit video series”.

In these instructional videos, host Karen Corbeill takes viewers through different ways to learn and explore with micro:bit, applying the technology to their designs, with instruction and advice on bringing projects to life. Since its launch through a program led by the BBC in the UK in 2016, over 2.5m micro:bit boards have been sold globally, supporting programs as far flung as Denmark, Canada and Singapore. 

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