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I will be building up child friendly lessons in Python basics slowly in the coming weeks. Here is the first lesson in the series.
In this section I hope to include snippets of code, ideas from yourselves and some projects that our students have worked on. I will also link to things I find around the web that I think you (teachers & students) will use to help you better understand how to programme with the raspberry Pi. The more »
The makers of Minecraft, Mojang have released a free version of the game for the Raspberry Pi. We will be using this in our classes to help students develop their skills in Python. Before starting these tutorials, students would first have to have some knowledge of how to use Python. Tutorials coming soon!
With the change in British Curriculum, we will be adding lessons in various programming languages. Browse through the resources and see what is on offer and what you could learn through languages such as Python, Small Basic and Java. To help students understand some of the concepts of computer science, here are a few posters more »
Mobile phones can be used for so much more then just making calls and making texts. But as a student, you probably already know that! – See more at: http://learnict.it/other/learnict-its-featured-mobile-apps/#sthash.Zb3zMApr.dpuf
Looking for that ideal web application to complete a particular task? There are so many wide and varied great websites out there to make life a lot easier and fun in some cases. Discover what the internet can do for you.
Check out the Adobe Fireworks Video section for basic tutorials.