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This was the home of the Raspberry Pi Curriculum Project. It was -- or, hopefully, soon may become -- a collaborative community project to produce and distribute a comprehensive, 4-year curriculum with the Raspberry Pi as a shared resource.
Keep that in mind, because there are artifacts of that project everywhere.
Pedagogy and Collaboration Resources
Discuss until foundational mission statement, core values, and route descriptions emerge and are articulated.
Anecdotes, scenarios, advice for teachers currently working with students and the Raspberry Pi (or considering it).
This course (like all the rest, it's really a forum) is for discussing projects that may make for successfully pedagogy with the Raspberry Pi for secondary-school students.
Setting aside our own experiences, this is a crash course in what ETS, state departments of education, and education school consider contemporary best practice.
CTT+ for prospective teacher training program for high school students.
In part, a rationale for building a four-year curriculum around a $35 dollar computer. An attempt at introducing the Raspi without marketing it.
No Degrees, No Masters: In the tradition of the free school movement, this site and its connected resources provide an opportunity to realize those syllabi we're always creating and then fantasizing about.