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- Get kids creating webpages with HTML and CSSvon Rik Cross am November 3, 2022 um 11:03 am
With our new free ‘Introduction to web development’ path, young people are able to learn HTML and create their own webpages on topics that matter to them. The path is made up of six projects that show children and teenagers how to structure pages using HTML, and style them using CSS. With all the website… The post Get kids creating webpages with HTML and CSS appeared first on Raspberry Pi.
- Non-formal learning activities: What do we know and how do we apply it to computing?von Katharine Childs am November 1, 2022 um 11:04 am
At the Raspberry Pi Foundation, we engage young people in learning about computing and creating with digital technologies. We do this not only by developing curricula for formal education and introducing tens of thousands of children around the world to coding at home, but also through supporting non-formal learning activities such as Code Club and… The post Non-formal learning activities: What do we know and how do we apply it to computing? appeared first on Raspberry Pi.
- Learn to program in Python with our online coursesvon Rosa Brown am Oktober 27, 2022 um 9:14 am
If you’re new to teaching programming or looking to build or refresh your programming knowledge, we have a free resource that is perfect for you. Our ‘Learn to program in Python’ online course pathway is for educators who want to develop their understanding of the text-based language Python. Each course is packed with information and… The post Learn to program in Python with our online courses appeared first on Raspberry Pi.
- Building a maths curriculum for a world shaped by computingvon Bobby Whyte am Oktober 25, 2022 um 8:17 am
In the penultimate seminar in our series on cross-disciplinary computing, we were delighted to host Conrad Wolfram (European co-founder/CEO of Wolfram Research). Conrad has been an influential figure in the areas of AI, data science, and computation for over 30 years. The company he co-founded, Wolfram Research, develops computational technologies including the Wolfram programming language,… The post Building a maths curriculum for a world shaped by computing appeared first on Raspberry Pi.
- Girls’ sense of belonging in the Computing classroom: Study resultsvon Katharine Childs am Oktober 14, 2022 um 8:42 am
We’re sharing the fourth evaluation report on projects in our Gender Balance in Computing research programme today. This is a programme we’ve been running, with partner organisations, as part of the National Centre for Computing Education, funded by the Department for Education in England. The programme’s overall goal is to identify ways to encourage more… The post Girls’ sense of belonging in the Computing classroom: Study results appeared first on Raspberry Pi.
- A taxonomy of Computing content for educationvon James Robinson am Oktober 13, 2022 um 9:23 am
Supporting educators to provide high-quality computing education has always been integral to our mission. In 2018, we began creating more learning resources for formal education settings. The UK government had recently announced future investment in supporting computing educators. Schools in England were offering the national Computing curriculum established in 2014. (In the USA, a more… The post A taxonomy of Computing content for education appeared first on Raspberry Pi.
- Data ethics for computing education through ballet and biometricsvon Sue Sentance am Oktober 6, 2022 um 10:18 am
For our seminar series on cross-disciplinary computing, it was a delight to host Genevieve Smith-Nunes this September. Her research work involving ballet and augmented reality was a perfect fit for our theme. Genevieve has a background in classical ballet and was also a computing teacher for several years before starting Ready Salted Code, an educational… The post Data ethics for computing education through ballet and biometrics appeared first on Raspberry Pi.
- Experience AI with the Raspberry Pi Foundation and DeepMindvon Philip Colligan am September 26, 2022 um 3:00 pm
I am delighted to announce a new collaboration between the Raspberry Pi Foundation and a leading AI company, DeepMind, to inspire the next generation of AI leaders. The Raspberry Pi Foundation’s mission is to enable young people to realise their full potential through the power of computing and digital technologies. Our vision is that every… The post Experience AI with the Raspberry Pi Foundation and DeepMind appeared first on Raspberry Pi.
- Astro Pi Mission Zero 2022/23 is open for young peoplevon Sam Duffy am September 22, 2022 um 12:57 pm
Inspire young people about coding and space science with Astro Pi Mission Zero. Mission Zero offers young people the chance to write code that will run in space! It opens for participants today. What is Mission Zero? In Mission Zero, young people write a simple computer program to run on an Astro Pi computer on… The post Astro Pi Mission Zero 2022/23 is open for young people appeared first on Raspberry Pi.
- Take part in Moonhack 2022: Community, culture, codingvon Isabel Ronaldson am September 15, 2022 um 9:36 am
In 2016, Code Club Australia launched the Moonhack online coding event and broke the world record for the most children coding in one day. Then in 2017 they broke the record again. By now, more than 150,000 young learners from 70 countries have participated in Moonhack. Moonhack is an online coding challenge for young learners… The post Take part in Moonhack 2022: Community, culture, coding appeared first on Raspberry Pi.