Introduction to Teaching with Raspberry Pi (March 9 at Berkeley, CA)
This experience will open a world of possibilities for teaching with Raspberry Pi, the world's cheapest and smallest computer, and show you how physical computing can transform STEM education in the classroom.
No technical background is required for this workshop; it is designed to be an entirely hands-on introduction. Our workshop will equip you with basic skills in coding an industry language, Python, and real-world applications with Raspberry Pi that you can teach in a classroom. By the end, you will be ready to prepare your students for the high-tech future and show them how robotics, automation, and computer science come together!
With the purchase of your ticket, you will receive your own QPi Robot Kit (includes Raspberry Pi 3) with sample curriculum materials (NGSS-aligned) and build instructions to learn, code, and build during the workshop! We will walk you through Python coding syntax, how to use the Raspberry Pi, building and programming an LED circuit, and ultimately building and programming a robot car to drive.
Visit our website and if you want more details, please join our free information session here.
Breakfast will be provided!
Date: March 9, 2019 (Can't make this date? We also have one on March 2)
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST
Location: UC Berkeley Campus -- Specific location will be disclosed to participants week of the workshop
Note: We require that there are 8 attendees for this event, so please share with your network about this exciting opportunity! If this event is cancelled due to less than 8 attendees, you will be fully refunded for your purchase.
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.