Introduction to Teaching Raspberry Pi (March 2 In-Person)
We're back with our next in-person workshop! This experience will open a world of possibilities for teaching with Raspberry Pi and show you how physical computing can change STEM education in the classroom. We are excited to bring this back and work with even more teachers gain more professional development, skills, and knowledge to equip them for the future.
With purchase of your ticket, you will receive curriculum materials and your own Raspberry Pi kit with all of the materials to learn, code, and learn. We train you in basic coding syntax, how to use the Raspberry Pi, building and programming an LED circuit, and ultimately building and programming a robot car to drive! No technical background is required for this workshop; it is designed to be an entirely hands-on introduction.
Visit our website to learn about it and if you want more details, please join our free information session here.
Date: March 2
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST
Location: UC Berkeley -- Specific location will be disclosed to participants week of the workshop
Note: There is a limited supply of our Raspberry Pi teaching toolkits, so it will be first come, first serve! Also, we require that there are 8 attendees for this event, so please share with your network about this exciting opportunity!
The Raspberry Pi is created by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, which is a non-profit educational charity. Check out their free resources on their website.