Digital Power Course: Using Raspberry Pi to Teach Digital Literacy
Jun 19-Jun 29
7:50 am-1:50 pm
Compton Drew Middle School
Digital Power Course: Using Raspberry Pi to Teach Digital Literacy; Instructor: Bill Standard, St Louis Tech Collaborative
Using Raspberry Pi microcomputers, we will explore how to teach our students to become self-sustaining members of the 21st Century workforce, exposing teachers to the materials and delivery methods (pedagogy) by having them shadow the students in the workshops. All lesson plans and instructional materials employed in the workshops will be made available to the teachers for use during the school year. We want to inspire those teachers not trained in Computer Science to expose their students throughout the school year to the power of digital literacy.
• Times: 7:50 am – 1:50 pm
• Lunch break on your own
• Participants register by individual day (See What We Teach for daily content)
Register online at: DIGITAL POWER WORKSHOP SIGN-UP. All workshops located at: Compton-Drew Middle School, 5130 Oakland Avenue, 63110
Teacher participants will need to bring the following:
• a laptop computer (and charger) that will be able to communicate via an ethernet (Cat 5 or 6) cable. If you have a Macintosh laptop without an Ethernet port, you’ll need a USB/ Ethernet adapter.
Please direct all questions to: cable Bill Standard, firstname.lastname@example.org, (305) 632-7396