Raspberry Pi/Physical Computing
There are no pastries in this session, but a look at what I believe is the most amazing piece of technology that costs under $50. When the Raspberry Pi hit the market four years ago it changed the way that computing could be done in schools.
During this session, we will look at Raspberry Pi hardware and how it can be used to teach programming and provide activities in the classroom and makerspaces. We will explore Python Programming and how to interact with physical computing.
We will also explore ideas about teaching computational thinking and programming in the all classrooms.
1:00 to 2:30 PM
Dakota State University