This is a quick video showing some of my students setting up the Raspberry Pi at our lunchtime club.
They have really enjoyed coming in and putting everything together. Once they are good to go, I have given them an iPad with Readdledocs (now called Documents) installed. In the App I have supplied them with PDFs of some Python resources, that they are using for programming. The students can then annotate the PDF and make notes.
Today was excellent and there was some real collaberation, problem solving and fun going on.
Over the past two Wednesdays we have finally been able to start up our programming club.
We only have enough room for a few students at the moment, but we will review at Easter.
The Raspberry Pi’s have been fantastic, they have really made difference. Our students have really enjoyed setting them up and connecting everything together. It has a old school feel about it. Its exciting and really engaging.
We have been using projectors, but I finally have some monitors. In the club we will use a combination of the both.
This week was the first time we got down and did some programming. Hence the photo at the top of this post! We are going to be using Python (of course!) as the language of choice.