Coolest Projects is the world’s leading technology fair for young people.
What is CoderDojo? CoderDojo is a global network of free informal clubs for young people aged 7-17 to learn how to code and create with technology
Like many engineers, I have folder upon folder of half-completed projects on my computer. But the funny thing is that this wasn’t a problem for me as a child. Every other Friday evening, I’d spend two hours at Ilkley Computer Club, where I could show off whatever I’d been working on: nothing motivates you to actually finish a project like the opportunity to share it with an audience
If you’re an educator from the UK, chances are you’ve heard of Bett. For everyone else: Bett stands for British Education Technology Tradeshow. It’s the El Dorado of edtech, where every street is adorned with interactive whiteboards, VR headsets, and new technologies for the classroom
Coolest Projects is a world-leading annual showcase that empowers and inspires the next generation of digital creators, innovators, changemakers, and entrepreneurs. Young people come to the event to exhibit the cool ideas they have been working on throughout the year. And from 2018, Coolest Projects is open to young people across the Raspberry Pi community
She asked for help, and you came to her aid. Pioneers, the winners of the Only you can save us challenge have been picked! Can you see me?
This weekend Philip and I went to Dublin to attend CoderDojo Coolest Projects . We got to meet hundreds of brilliant young digital makers and amazing volunteers. CoderDojo Coolest Projects: a free tech event for the world’s youngest innovators, creators and entrepreneurs As the event kicked off the news broke that Tim Peake had landed safely back on Earth, which meant Philip had to make some last minute changes to his presentation… Ben Nuttall on Twitter “Who knows who this is?” “It’s Tim Peake” “Where is he?” “In space” “No – he’s back on Earth!”pic.twitter.com/elfNXcAwsX As we walked around the venue we grew more and more impressed by the projects on show
At Picademy , our awesome free training course for teachers, I run a workshop to introduce teachers to using the camera module with Python, and show them how to wire up a GPIO button they can use to trigger the camera. I always make a point of saying “now you know this, what can you make it do?” and suggest some uses for the setup – stop-motion animation, motion sensing or sending pictures to Twitter
Give children tools to create, not passively consume, says Raspberry Pi co … Siliconrepublic.com At University College Dublin (UCD) recently, we spoke to Raspberry Pi Foundation co-founder and CEO Eben Upton about plans to introduce the palm-sized computer to formal education and unlock children's computing creativity. Upton arrived at UCD on 2