Raspberry Pi Teachers' Workshop
The College of Computing and Software Engineering announces a free, one-day Raspberry Pi workshop for K-12 teachers. The workshop includes a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B single-board computer and parts kit for you to use in your classroom. The workshop will be held on Saturday, March 23 from 8:15 AM until 4:00 PM on KSU's Marietta Campus. Application is competitive and attendance is limited to 24 at each session.
We believe that computing and digital making are for everyone regardless of their background or prior experience. This one-day workshop provides educators with the knowledge and skills they need to teach computing with confidence, creativity, and excitement. If you’re an educator interested in bringing digital making and computing to your learners then this workshop is for you!
What is a Raspberry Pi?
The Raspberry Pi is a $45 computer you can hold in your hand. You can use it to teach programming, but it’s also literally open, so you can do things like attach LEDs, sensors, and even motor controllers, then control them with code. (You'll need more than the computer itself. A complete kit costs $80-100, and you will also need monitors and keyboards.)