Applications are now open to become a micro:bit Champion. If selected, you'll get to work with educators from all over the world to share micro:bit teaching ideas and receive the latest updates from the Micro:bit Educational Foundation.
All types of educators are encouraged to apply.
What you’ll do
Attend an orientation to meet other micro:bit champions
Organize ten micro:bit workshops between January and August 2022
Attend four virtual meetups
What you'll receive
Presentation kit to host your own webinars and workshops with educators
Invitation to virtual meet ups with members of the Micro:bit Educational Foundation
T-shirt, water bottle, digital badge, and certificate
Apply to join
Applications are due by November 30, 2021. You will be notified by December 17, 2021 if you are selected.
Key parts of the application:
We want to see you in action. Please share a link to one of your favorite micro:bit projects with educators. You can choose any format - video, website, slideshow, or something else.
Share one professional goal you have set for yourself this year. How will becoming a micro:bit champion help you to achieve your professional goal? (300 words max)
Community leads have completed one year in the micro:bit Champions program and commit to volunteering their time as a local leader in the following year. This year we are excited to introduce eight Community leads.
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