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Intro to micro:bit
1.1 Welcome to micro:bit!
1.1.1 Intro to micro:bit 5
1.1.2 micro:bit Quick Start 5
1.1.3 Dice Simulator 5
1.1.4 Don't Wobble! 5
1.1.5 Exploration: Intro to Programming with micro:bit 5
1.1.6 Exploration 1.1 Follow-up 5
1.1.7 Background & Experience 5
1.1.8 Goal Setting 5
1.2 Setting Up your micro:bit
1.2.1 Setting Up your micro:bit 5
1.2.2 Exploration: Exploring LEDs 5
1.2.3 Exploration 1.2 Follow-up 5
1.2.4 Four Corners 5
1.2.5 Blinking First Letter 5
1.2.6 Blinking Diamond 5
1.3 Comments & Pseudocode
1.3.1 Comments & Pseudocode 5
1.3.2 Comments & Pseudocode 5
1.3.3 Blink Middle 5
1.3.4 X in Pseudocode 5
1.3.5 Exploration: Analog vs. Digital 5
1.3.6 Exploration 1.3 Follow-up 5
1.3.7 Varied Brightness 5
1.3.8 Moving Bright Box 5
1.4 Variables
1.4.1 Variables 5
1.4.2 Variables 5
1.4.3 Variable as Coordinate Value 5
1.4.4 Plus with a Variable in Pseudocode 5
1.4.5 Exploration: Using micro:bit Pins 5
1.4.6 Exploration 1.4 Follow-up 5
1.4.7 Brightness Line using Variables 5
1.4.8 Opposite Blinking External LEDs 5
1.4.9 Dimming External LED 5
1.5 Intro to micro:bit Quiz
1.5.1 Intro to micro:bit Quiz 5
Program Control with micro:bit
2.1 For Loops
2.1.1 For Loops 5
2.1.2 For Loops 5
2.1.3 Light Middle Row with a For Loop 5
2.1.4 Dimming LED 5
2.1.5 Exploration: Playing Music with micro:bit 5
2.1.6 Exploration 2.1 Follow-up 5
2.1.7 Twinkle Twinkle 5
2.1.8 Looping through LED Brightness Values 5
2.1.9 Light Screen by Column 5
2.2 While Loops
2.2.1 While Loops 5
2.2.2 While Loops 5
2.2.3 Light Middle Column with a While Loop 5
2.2.4 Alternating LED until Button Press 5
2.2.5 Exploration: Using Buttons to Control Code 5
2.2.6 Exploration 2.2 Follow-up 5
2.2.7 LED Blink with Buttons 5
2.2.8 Button Following LED 5
2.3 Operators
2.3.1 Arithmetic, Comparison, and Logical Operators 5
2.3.2 Arithmetic, Comparison, and Logical Operators 5
2.3.3 Using Arithmetic Operators 5
2.3.4 Using Comparison Operators 5
2.3.5 Using Logical Operators 5
2.3.6 Light LED based on Values 5
2.3.7 Exploration: Light Sensor 5
2.3.8 Exploration 2.3a Follow-up 5
2.3.9 Light Detector 5
2.3.10 Exploration: Temperature Sensor 5
2.3.11 Exploration 2.3b Follow-up 5
2.3.12 Temperature Monitor 5
2.3.13 Exploration: Accelerometer 5
2.3.14 Exploration 2.3c Follow-up 5
2.3.15 Brightness by Acceleration 5
2.3.16 Real World Application: Night Light 5
2.4 If/Else Statements
2.4.1 If/Else Statements 5
2.4.2 If/Else Statements 5
2.4.3 If/Else with 'count' 5
2.4.4 If/If/If with 'count' 5
2.4.5 LED Position with a Variable 5
2.4.6 LED Brightness using Buttons 5
2.4.7 Exploration: Using Servo Motors 5
2.4.8 Exploration 2.4 Follow-up 5
2.4.9 Servo Rotation with Reset 5
2.4.10 Button Controlling LED and Servo 5
2.4.11 Servo Position by Button Press 5
2.4.12 Servo with LED display and reset 5
2.5 Functions
2.5.1 Functions 5
2.5.2 Functions 5
2.5.3 Using Functions 5
2.5.4 Using Functions with Parameters 5
2.5.5 Combining Control Structures 5
2.5.6 Light Level LEDs 5
2.5.7 Exploration: Using External Sensors 5
2.5.8 Exploration 2.5 Follow-up 5
2.5.9 Distance Monitor 5
2.5.10 Challenge: LED Arrow Following Servo 5
2.5.11 Choose an External Sensor to Investigate 5
2.6 Program Control with micro:bit Quiz
2.6.1 Program Control with micro:bit Unit Quiz 5
Advanced micro:bit
3.1 micro:bit Challenges
3.1.1 micro:bit Challenges: Breadboards 5
3.1.2 micro:bit Challenges: Breadboards 5
3.1.3 Distance Sensor with Breadboard 5
3.1.4 Exploration: Using Gestures to Control Code 5
3.1.5 Exploration 3.1 Follow-up 5
3.1.6 Digital Watch, Pt 1 5
3.1.7 Digital Watch, Pt 2 5
3.1.8 Digital Watch, Pt 3 5
3.1.9 Inchworm 5
3.1.10 Project Reflection 5
3.2 Explore a New Sensor
3.2.1 Explore a New Sensor: Overview 5
3.2.2 Exploration: Getting Started with a New Sensor 5
3.2.3 Video/ Exploration 5
3.2.4 Example Program 5
3.2.5 How to add images 5
3.2.6 Build an Exercise to Teach about your Sensor! 5
3.2.7 Creating a Lesson: Reflection 5
3.3 Follow a step-by-step project
3.3.1 Research and Choose Project 5
3.3.2 Create Updated Directions 5
3.3.3 Step-by-Step Project Reflection 5
3.4 Final Project
3.4.1 Project Brainstorm and Selection 5
3.4.2 Build a Prototype 5
3.4.3 Test and Improve your Project 5
3.4.4 Present your Project! 5