Adafruit is nothing without our community! We’d like to thank Laura for sharing the incredible work being done at Michigan State University.
There are photos of us using micro:bits with students in Belize last summer in our blog (https://msu-pathlight-belize.blogspot.com/). The entries at the PathLight centers in the first three days of the trip (towards the bottom of the blog) have the photos of us working with the Belizean students. The workshops were conducted by MSU undergraduate students (in the green shirts).
Check out the full blog detailing their Spring 2022 MSU x Pathlight Belize Coding Club.
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