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Physical Computing

Understanding technology is an essential part of 21st Century Skills. Studies have shown that learning computing with physical tools such as the BBC micro:bit is fun, creative and impactful.

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BBC micro:bit

We have a wide range of software editors, hardware accessories and instructional materials for a wide range of subjects including Design Technology, Physics and Art and Music classes.

Research Findings

Our first impact study was commissioned by the BBC after giving away up to one million BBC micro:bits for free to:

  • Every year 7 student in England and Wales
  • Every year 8 student in Northern Ireland
  • Every S1 student in Scotland.

The impact study found that... [BBC]:

  • 90% 의 학생들은 마이크로비트를 이용해 누구나 코딩을 배울 수 있다고 응답했습니다.
  • 86% 의 학생들은 마이크로비트가 컴퓨터과학(정보)을 더 재미있게 배울 수 있도록 만들어 주었다고 응답했습니다.
  • 마이크로비트를 경험한 후, 여학생들의 70% 이상은 컴퓨팅(정보)과목을 선택할 것이라고 답변했습니다.
  • 85% 의 선생님들은 컴퓨터활용/컴퓨터과학(정보)을 학생들이 더 재미있게 배우게 되었다는 의견에 동의하였습니다.
  • 마이크로비트를 경험한 선생님들의 50% 이상은, 선생님으로서 보다 자신감을 가지게 되었다고 답변해주었습니다. 특히, 컴퓨팅(정보) 교육을 매우 어려워하는 (잘 모르는 비전공) 선생님일수록 더 그러했습니다.

You can read more in the BBC press release as well as the Kings College London paper "Creating cool stuff". The paper by Sue Sentence focuses on the experience of 15 teachers and 54 pupils in English schools.

The Foundation has built on this initial research and is now working in 50 countries gathering more evidence through partnership. The latest study is a British Council commissioned research by IPSOS Strategic Marketing. The report shows the positive impact of the BBC micro:bit amongst students and teachers in the Western Balkans.

  • 86% of teachers believe that micro:bit is useful in teaching a curriculum
  • 90% teachers believe that the micro:bit will inspire students about computing and coding outside the classroom.
  • 93% of teachers thought the micro:bit would be inspiring for students in the classroom
  • 100% of teachers thought it was a useful teaching tool

As new research from different sources becomes available it will be published on this page.

Research

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We are continually working on new research and open to collaborating. Contact us via our normal channels if you would like to hear about more impact studies or would like to contribute.

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