The Raspberry Pi is a tiny and affordable computer that you can use to learn programming through fun, practical projects. At Ullapool the Raspberry Pi computers have been used for activities ranging from getting pupils to set up a network, using Sonic Pi to program Music and using python to program/ create modifications to a Minecraft world.
How has the technology enhanced learning and teaching within your school/department?
The Raspberry Pi computers have increased the engagement of pupils, as it allows them to learn different computing skills in a variety of different ways.
Any tips for other schools looking to do a similar project?
There are quite a few good introductory tutorials available online to get you started such as this one.
Next steps for the project...
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