Code Club Bangladesh in association with the Underprivileged Children's Education Program (UCEP) hosted micro:bit coding and programming class for the children in Bangladesh on June 6 at UCEP's SSC Vocational Computer Laboratory in Mirpur-2. For this, UCEP students got to learn initial programming and computational concepts and the credit goes to UK's micro:bit Foundation.
An alliance among 31 partners, micro:bit of BBC is such a computer microchip that has been BBC's the most determined education inventiveness since the last 30 years.
Code Club Bangladesh founder, Md. Shajahan Miah, worked on the BBC's micro:bit UK launched in 2015 and currently, above one million children are having a micro:bit at home.
Head of operations, Code Club Bangladesh, Farhana Akhter Chowdhury said- We are really glad working with the micro:bit Foundation to introduce exciting micro:bit projects to our children in Bangladesh. They can now enjoy the same opportunity, like others in UK and the rest of the world, for getting learned in coding and programming with the micro:bit.