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Sphero BitsNBytes YouTube Playlist

If you’re looking for a quick glimpse into how to best utilize features of your Sphero robots, this playlist of short video tutorials is the...

Sphero Coding Tutorials YouTube Playlist

This playlist contains 26 videos to help you get more comfortable with Sphero Coding. It includes videos for beginners and seasoned veterans. ...

Sphero SPRK: Using the iOS App to Drive

Before getting your Sphero to move around, you’ll need to make sure you know how to drive it. Think of this video as your “Sphero Driver’s...

SpheroEdu Scope and Sequence

SpheroEdu is an extremely versatile program and can be used in a number of different ways, whether it’s incorporated in a Science, Mathematics or...

Sphero SPRK+ Lessons and STEM Challenges

This incredibly detailed document walks you through how to set up your Sphero, gives you pointers and how-tos, and ends with ready-to-use STEM...

Sphero Activities Library

So, you’ve got a Sphero SPRK+. Your next question more than likely is, “How do I use this in my classroom?” SpheroEdu has curated a ton of...

7 Sphero Activities for the Classroom

Looking for even more ways to integrate Sphero SPRK+ with your specific content area? STEM Education Guide has published the article “7 Sphero...

HyperDuino Tutorial 1: Getting Started

Explore getting started with HyperDuino in this PDF walkthrough:See setupEngage students in Interactivity without a ComputerExplore sensors, switches...

HyperDuino Tutorial 2: Your Curriculum and HyperDuino in Makerspace

As mentioned in the HyperDuino Roadmap, HyperDuino can bridge the gap between existing curriculum and Makerspace. Create interactive displays!...

HyperDuino: Quick-Start Guide

The HyperDuino Quick-Start Guide is a content-rich, valuable, hyperlinked resource for getting started. Included in the guide is an introduction to...

HyperDuino for Teachers

This video, from Programming Electronics Academy, gives a visual overview of the HyperDuino tool, how it works and its many potential classroom...

HyperDuino, Part 1: “Piggy-back Board”

The HyperDuino system is actually 3 distinct parts, and they can even be used separately from one another.Part 1 of the system is the HyperDuino...

Hyperduino: Standards

HyperDuino projects can be used to support standards by integrating a wide variety of media and in a non-linear, hyperlinked environment.   In this...

micro:bit Introduction

What is a micro:bit? Check out this introduction video to learn more about the pocket-sized computer that can be used to learn computer programming....

What is the micro:bit?

Check out this guide to learn about micro:bit’s different parts. We love this guide because it walks you through the different buttons, sensors,...

micro:bit Quick Start Guide

Ready to program your micro:bit? Within this guide, you will find resources that contain five easy programming steps for Windows, Linux, Mac OS, and...

Coding micro:bit with your Chromebook

We love micro:bit because you can program it with many different devices! This resource will walk you through connecting a micro:bit to your...

Code a micro:bit with Python Editor

Ready to program your micro:bit? Micro:bit uses three types of languages: Java, block-based, and Python. Each language has its benefits and...

micro:bit Lesson Ideas

The micro:bit is incredibly versatile in how it can be used in the classroom! In this Google Doc, created by Vicky Sedgwick, you will find some great...

micro:bit Code.org Lesson Extensions

Code.org offers CS fundamentals courses for students K-5. Check out this site and see how the micro:bit can be used to extend upon the Code.org...