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Make with the BBC micro:bit

Technology Will Save Us

Make with the BBC micro:bit

In 2015, nearly a million 12-year-old British students were given a pocket-size, codeable computer called the BBC micro:bit. The wee gadget represented an ambitious collaboration between the broadcast giant’s Make It Digital campaign and the DIY whizzes at Technology Will Save Us, whose creative kits give kids the chance to explore innovating and inventing on a child-size scale. This extensive call to action for hands-on, educational play aims to get the next generation jazzed about making, and give them a head start on building the future.

Creators: Ricardo Gonçalves, Daniel Hirschmann, Aaron Johnston, Bethany Koby, Ivan Maeder, Sophie Pendrell, Adam Shephard
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