micro:bit Global Challenge

The micro:bit Global Challenge competition has now closed. Thank you for all of your entries!

The winners have now been announced!

You can still use our Global Challenge teaching resources and learn more about the Global Goals.

What is the Global Challenge?

In 2015, world leaders came together to decide on a series of "global goals" to build a better world. We challenged students aged 8-12 across the globe to consider how these goals could change the lives of themselves and others, and to design solutions to these goals using the micro:bit. Supported by a number of delivery partners, our Global Challenge competition saw hundreds of entries from a diverse range of countries, cultures, and backgrounds. We were thrilled to receive so many unique ideas ideas tackling the Safety challenge or the Non-communicable diseases challenge! The winners will be announced in Jan 2019 and the will attend a fantastic event at the Museum of London.



The Micro:bit Educational Foundation Arm, World's Largest Lesson, in partnership with Unicef

Delivery Partners

Asia & Pacific - Info-communications Media Development Authority

Europe - IRIM

North America - Kids Code Jeunesse

Middle East, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean - British Council

Community partners

Community partners are working with the Micro:bit Educational Foundation to promote the Global Challenge to their networks and communities.

Fair Chance Learning

iEARN-India

Micro:bit SLUG (Sri Lanka User Group)

Soobi Digital Education Services Community

Tech Girls Movement

InkSmith

Dexter Industries

SCALE InnoTech Limited

Elvira Systems Sdn Bhd

ETC Educational Technology Connection (HK) Ltd

CLASSROOM STEAM

Tech Cubie

micro:bitando - tutoriels pour Micro:bit

Positivo


Pour connaître tous les détails et le règlement du concours, veuillez lire les conditions générales.

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