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Free webinars for US elementary teachers

18 Aug 2022

Learn how you and your students can code the micro:bit with a free Project Trix webinar

Project Trix is a free course on the Pathfinders Online Institute website that offers eight micro:bit lessons designed for the elementary classroom. Each lesson is aligned to the CSTA standards for teaching Grades 3 to 5. It was created to help develop confidence with computing knowledge and skills and to provide great teaching ideas and projects to take into the classroom.

Project Trix

There will be two free webinars for educators interested in enrolling on the course.

Getting started with Project Trix

An overview of Project Trix.

Guest speaker: Dr Sharisa Chan, Digital Learning Project Specialist, San Bernadino County Superintendent of Schools

Tuesday 13 September 2022

3:30pm EDT (12:30pm PDT)

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Project Trix FAQ

We will discuss frequently asked questions and share best practice to support teachers using the materials.

Guest speaker: Tonya Coats, Elementary Education Professional and micro:bit champion 2022

Thursday 29 September 2022

7pm EDT (4pm PDT)

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More on Project Trix

The Project Trix course allows you to learn how to use MakeCode blocks to code your BBC micro:bit and transform the physical computing device into exciting projects that your students will love.

Inspiring projects include:

  • Build a badge to express your emotions
  • Learn to use radio communication
  • Make the night light up with stars
  • Create a species counter
  • Write poetry together
  • Make a virtual pet
  • Create an interactive dance party

The Project Trix course was made possible with generous funding from the Infosys Foundation USA.

Register for free on the Pathfinders Online Institute website to find out more about Project Trix or to sign up for the course.

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