Shaping the future: BBC is giving over 1 million kids the key to becoming digital innovators


As part of the Make it Digital program launched today, the BBC announced a partnership with 25 companies to develop what they are calling the ‘Micro Bit’ – a tiny and simplistic computer that will be distributed among 1 million school children in the UK. The Micro Bit is a working title and is still a prototype but the BBC has been working with the likes of Microsoft, Samsung, Google and ARM on this project which certainly looks very promising. The aim is to teach children some essential basic coding skills which will entice them to move on to more…

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