littleBits Fundamentals- Self-Guided Course

SKU: FC-LB

Learn littleBits fundamentals and integration all on your own time.
In this self-guided online course, you will learn how to bring the littleBits Invention Cycle into the classroom. Through five self-paced hands-on sessions, you will gain an understanding of how to use littleBits to develop students real-world, 21st century skills across a variety of subjects. Through creative design exploration, and project-based learning, these challenges will foster curiosity for learning in any subject. Users who complete this course will receive a six-hour PD Certificate.
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$99.99

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