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Coding and Physical Computing with Makecode and micro:bit

(This is an adult only workshop - Limited seating)

Educators earn CTLE Credits for your participation

Workshop overview

Participants will be introduced to drag and drop coding to support their K-8 student.  Join us for this fun night out, join us with your PTA members, co-workers and or neighbors.

Visit the Microsoft Flagship Store in NYC to experience how you can help explore being creative and being a part of the maker initiative to introduce fun with physical computing using Makecode and Micro:Bit.

Each participant will take home a Micro:Bit as a part of the workshop.  Participants will explore the online tool MakeCode to learn drag and drop coding and experience JavaScript for those more advanced participants.


Experience hands-on activities and participate in best practice conversations for innovating teaching with our team.

Provide exposure to the many Microsoft technologies and resources that support student-centered learning

Explore resources to use with your child to promote problem solving, critical thinking, design thinking, and communication skills.

Target Audience  

The primary audience for this session is moms who are seeking to better understand the modern classroom and how they can be a part of supporting their child's success. Who else might participate?

  • Dads
  • Teachers
  • Child Care Resources
  • Librarians
  • Community Center Staff



When: July 31st, 2018

Where: Microsoft Flagship Store

Community Event Space 

677 5th Ave, New York, NY 10022

Time:  6:00 PM- 8:30 PM

(This is an adult only workshop- Limited seating)

Micro:Bits Coding Night
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