The micro:bit is a powerful platform because it can be coded to in so many different languages. This is a collection of resources we’ve developed for exploring the full potential of the micro:bit
There are many great tutorials on how to use the micro:bit. There are some we, and other educators have found helpful, if you have a good one to share, please tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Start at the micro:bit web site https://microbit.org/ since the micro:bit was designed from the ground up for education, the web site is full of tutorials and projects.
hackster.io designed this video-heavy tutorial specifically for teachers: https://www.hackster.io/kkristoff/micro-bit-basics-for-teachers-part-1-the-hardware-768229
Kitronic created a great resource they describe as: “We've created this free resource to help parent's get actively involved in helping their children learn how to code. The guide contains everything you need to introduce your children to the microbit, even if you have no prior coding experience yourself.”: https://www.kitronik.co.uk/blog/parents-complete-guide-bbc-microbit/
Utah based educator Carl Lyman has developed what he describes as an 8 week computer science course. This course is targeted to upper elementary to middle school, grades 5-7 (ages 10-12 years). It is also written for teachers who may not have a Computer Science background, or who may be teaching coding to students for the first time. The lessons are designed to introduce students to the concepts and skills of: cooperation, problem solving, coding, debugging, collaboration, presenting, etc. using physical computing in a fun and exciting learning environment using Microbits. You can purchase the book here but you can also download it for free as a google doc here
Sparkfun recently created a great post on how to do data logging with micro:bit https://blog.sparkfuneducation.com/how-to-datalog-using-only-the-microbit