NeoPixels are tiny, programmable, color-changing, LEDs manufactured by AdaFruit. NeoPixels make cool additions to micro:bit projects since they require little power, can be addressed individually or in groups, and can change color. Although MakeCode makes programming the micro:bit easy, there is too little documentation about how to control the NeoPixels.

Dr. Gary Stager will be leading a masterclass on coding and physical computing across the curriculum in Hackensack, NJ – nearby NYC, Rockland, Westchester, and Fairfield counties on February 25th. Learn more and register here.

Jacksonville, FL Gary Stager and Sylvia Martinez will lead a one-day introduction to the latest coding and physical computing devices available for students. Focusing on the BBC micro:bit, we will explore and use a variety of programming environments, boards, and accessories. …

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Fort Lauderdale Gary Stager and Sylvia Martinez will lead a one-day introduction to the latest coding and physical computing devices available for students. Focusing on the BBC micro:bit, we will explore and use a variety of programming environments, boards, and accessories. …

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Hackensack, NJ – February 25, 2020 Minutes from the George Washington Bridge Millions of the BBC micro:bit are now in schools. Never before has so much power been accessible to children at such a low price. We will explore and use …

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Dr. Gary Stager will be leading this masterclass. Participants will get a free copy of Invent To Learn and a micro:bit Go kit. Discount registration for carpooling! Learn more.

Dr. Gary Stager will be leading this masterclass. Participants will get a free copy of Invent To Learn and a micro:bit Go kit. Discount registration for carpooling! Learn more.

2020 Florida WorkshopsFeb 10, 2020 Fort Lauderdale, FLFeb 12, 2020 Jacksonville, FL Join colleagues for a one-day introduction to the latest coding and physical computing devices available for students. Focusing on the BBC micro:bit, we will explore and use a …

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Join colleagues for an Invent to Learn workshop, a full day  of hard fun, creativity, and problem solving—where computing meets tinkering, design, and the best practices in education. Click here for more details, registration links, and directions. Lunch and continental breakfast …

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