The Implementation of Projects which Develop Both Soft and Interdisciplinary Skills Using Micro:bit
In our work, we have focused primarily on implementing projects for primary school pupils. These projects help develop digital competencies and skills called soft skills. Micro: bit devices, along with the associated online development environment, form a transparent digital ecosystem, which links the hardware and code seamlessly. This allows for increased ease of use and a faster learning curve, with the interface continually updating in the browser. When building a project for these tools, success is almost guaranteed. As such, we get an educational process which engages students in a rewarding activity, through which communication and teamwork skills are fostered, while also developing their digital competencies.
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