Gode måter å bli involvert på

Vi ansetter! Vi har en rekke tech roller tilgjengelig og vi vil gjerne ha deg i vårt team!

Mikro:bit er et resultat av selskaper og felleskap over hele verden som arbeider sammen. Vi hjelper unge mennesker å lære å kode så de igjen får selvtillit og blir kreative med teknologi. Vi er veldig glade for alle som har hjulpet til så langt, og vi er alltid på utkikk etter nye hjelpere.

micro:bit emoji shown around the world

Det er mange måter å hjelpe til på. Du kan gjøre enkle ting som å fortelle om micro:bit, eller donere noen til den lokale skolen. Eller du kan tenke større, til store ting som kanskje kan endre undervisningen for alle.

Arbeid for stiftelsen

Stiftelsen har en svært lite, dedikert team med mye å gjøre. Vi ansetter folk direkte og på kontrakt eller via utplassering. Vi har også mange flotte frivillige som arbeider i teamet.

Når det dukker opp en ny rolle som vi ikke kan fylle internt vil vi liste rollen på Workable. Sjekk våre jobbmuligheter regelmessig hvis ønsker å jobbe med hos oss.

Hjelp til med å få micro:bit på ditt språk

Lær hvordan du kan involvere deg med microbit.org sitt flerspråklige prosjekt.

Bidra med kursmateriell

Våre grunnlegger-partnere og felleskapet kommer opp med utrolige prosjekter og nye ideer for å inspirere som bruker micro:bit i klasserommet eller klubben. If you could contribute great resource please get in contact at info@microbit.org and send us an example of your micro:bit courses. Hvis du trenger litt inspirasjon, så sjekk ut disse flotte kursene, lagd av medlemmer i felleskapet som ønsket å dele sin lidenskap for programmering med nye målgrupper.

Skriv en blogg eller en bok

Mange fantastiske mennesker over hele verden har skrevet bøker for å hjelpe folk lære mer om mikro:bit. Så mange at det er vanskelig å følge med og liste dem alle her på denne nettsiden. Hvis du skriver en bok, pass på å følge våre retningslinjer nøye. 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.

Become a micro:bit tester

We always need people to help us test the latest micro:bit software and learning resources. If you are over 13 and testing is your thing, sign up with the Foundation to do some real world beta testing!

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.

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.

The Javascript Blocks Editor also lets you create packagesfor your favourite accessories.

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.

Create an Editor

Do you have programming language that you love and would like to use it on a micro:bit? Then you could write an editor. Check out the editors that we know about…

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 and accessory interest form.

Support micro:bit

We're always open to organisations and communities that share our mission and are interested to provide to help micro:bit. Individuals and organisations all over the world are doing projects with micro:bit at the grass-roots level. Do get in contact with us at partner@microbit.org if you think you've got a way to support and work with us or the micro:bit.

The best help of all is hands-on. 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.

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.

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