Design a prototype step counter

Gebruik het BBC micro:bit programmeerbaar systeem om een werkende prototype te maken

Dit is een van een reeks van middelen ter ondersteuning van het gebruik van de BBC micro bit in Design en Technologie lessen.

Walking is an excellent form of exercise that most people can take part in. The average person walks 3000-4000 steps per day. The National Health Service in the UK has set a challenge for each person to walk 10,000 steps per day. This can be counted using a step counter or stepometer.

In this unit of learning, learners will integrate a BBC micro:bit based programmable system into a complete and commercially viable step counter product, that will aid people taking part in this challenge.

Activiteiten informatie, notities van leraren en curriculum koppelingen

In this activity, learners will integrate a BBC micro:bit based programmable system into a working product prototype.

Het blad van de activiteit omvat leerkrachten notities, nuttige webkoppelingen en koppelingen (eventueel) naar de nationale curriculum in elk van de vier gedecentraliseerde landen; Engeland, Noord-Ierland, Schotland en Wales.

Video

Count those steps - Exploring how the BBC micro:bit can be used to count the number of steps you take to make sure you are reaching your daily goal!

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Downloads

  • Activity overview - Design a prototype step counter activity description, teachers' notes and curriculum links
  • Presentation - Developing the product prototype using the BBC micro:bit
  • Handout - Manufacturing the product - student handout with example program
  • Hex programming file - Example programming file using the JavaScript Blocks editor
  • Py programming file - Example programming file using the Python editor
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