Micro:bit 101: Getting Started with Microcontrollers
New to Micro: bit? Check out this comprehensive course for teachers and students alike. It contains capsules, how-to instructions, extension activities, and more!
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jeu d’évasion de la compétence numérique
Ce jeu a été construit pour être joué à plusieurs équipes. Idéalement 12 équipes, puisqu’il y a 12 dimensions au plan d’action numérique.
Une mission est réussie lorsque vous trouvez son morceau de casse-tête.Cliquez ici pour voir un exemple.
Carnet de jeu
Vous verrez plusieurs boutons d’aide dans le jeu. Ils sont là pour vous débloquer si vous n’y arrivez pas. Or, c’est plus plaisant de ne pas cliquer sur l’aide dès le départ. Il faut se creuser les méninges un peu … non ?
Jouer en solitaire (solo):Il est conseillé de se créer un document de notes afin de compiler les réponses aux cadenas et la progression (si vous jouez à plusieurs moments). Il n’est pas possible de sauvegarder sa progression.Chaque mission devrait vous prendre entre 20 et 60 minutes selon votre niveau d’habileté. (Il y en a 12 !)
Jouer en équipes :Il est conseillé de se créer un document collaboratif (carnet de jeu) afin de noter les réponses aux cadenas, le lien de la salle de visioconférence (si vous jouez à distance) et la progression (si vous jouez-en asynchrone). Vous pouvez aussi utiliser celui qui vous est offert.
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