Tolle Möglichkeiten, sich zu engagieren

Der micro:bit ist das Ergebnis der Zusammenarbeit von Unternehmen und Gemeinschaften auf der ganzen Welt, um Menschen dabei zu helfen das Programmieren zu erlernen und selbstbewusst und kreativ mit der Technologie umzugehen. Wir sind allen, die bisher geholfen haben, ungemein dankbar und suchen ständig nach mehr Menschen, die uns helfen können.

micro:bit emoji shown around the world

Es gibt viele Möglichkeiten, der Gemeinschaft beizutreten, von kleinen Dingen wie der Verbreitung der Botschaft oder der Spende eines micro:bit an eine lokale Schule bis hin zu großen Dingen, die die Bildung für alle verändern könnten.

Micro:bit unterstützen

Wir sind immer offen für Organisationen und Gemeinschaften, die unsere Mission teilen und daran interessiert sind, micro:bit zu unterstüzen. Einzelpersonen und Organisationen auf der ganzen Welt führen Projekte mit micro:bit an der Basis durch. Nehmen Sie Kontakt mit uns auf unter partner@microbit.org wenn Sie der Meinung sind, dass Sie einen Ansatz zur Unterstützung und Zusammenarbeit mit uns oder dem micro:bit haben.

Die beste Hilfe von allen ist die praxisnahe Arbeit. We encourage people to donate micro:bits to educators in their area and help them integrate micro:bit with their curriculum. Working to help teachers become confident with the micro:bit makes a huge difference to how effective it can be.

You can see groups and organisations already involved in the micro:bit community on our Ecosystem Page.

Help bring microbit.org to your language

Erfahren Sie, wie Sie sich an dem mehrsprachigen Projekt microbit.org beteiligen können.

Contribute course material

Our founding partners and community come up with incredible projects and new ideas for inspiring children using the micro:bit in the classroom or club. If you could contribute great resource please get in contact at info@microbit.org and send us an example of your micro:bit courses. If you need a little inspiration of your own then check out these great courses contributed by community members who wanted to share their passion for programming with new audiences.

Write a blog or a book

Many fabulous people across the world have written books to help people learn more about micro:bit. So many that it is hard to keep up and list them all here on this website. If you are writing a book make sure you follow our community guidelines carefully. Do ensure you are using screen grabs from the latest coding editors. The Foundation will on occasion talk about books designed for children and educators on social media. Please get in contact via info@microbit.org if you want to let us know about your book project.

Contribute to micro:bit open source projects

A lot of the magic that makes micro:bit work is the result of communities around the world developing and maintaining code.

For example, people posted micro:bits all around the world so that Python would run really well on the micro:bit.

We're always looking for more people to help us, so visit our Developer Community site to learn about how it all works and projects that you could help with.

We keep our main website here focused on what students and teachers need to know, but the developer community site contains loads more technical details for anyone wanting to look behind the scenes and get involved at a technical level.

Find a dream job that makes a difference

Job opportunities with the Micro:bit Foundation.

Become a reseller or accessory maker

If you are interested in becoming a BBC micro:bit reseller or make accessories for it please fill out our reseller interest form.

Become a micro:bit tester

We always need people to help us test the latest micro:bit software and learning resources. At the moment, we're testing a Windows 10 App in beta, for example. If you really enjoy finding errors and suggesting improvements on the current features this is great way to get involved with the Foundation.

Our entire community is truly valuable to us and we want to release the best App that meets everyone's needs. You have the power to influence and improve the features that work well for you and those that don't. You will help with the validation and finding issues with current use cases, but you may give us insights into use cases that we hadn't thought of before.

So if you are as excited as we are and interested in doing some real world beta testing, then sign up here!

Please note that Beta testing program is only open to those 13 and over. Everybody is welcome to test the App but we can only formally accept the feedback of participants of that age bracket.

Suggestions and queries

The Foundation is a small and growing organisation. We love getting new ideas to make micro:bit even better. The easiest way is for you to submit a suggestion through our support site or contact us through one of our other channels.