Twenty-eight-year-old Phuntsho Choden is one of 22 trainees on the UNICEF – funded ‘train the trainers’ programme which is empowering teachers to use the pi-top tools and education philosophy in 10 Youth Centres opening across Bhutan. The following case study was produced by Stephen Carrick-Davies, working in Bhutan overseeing the Bhutan pi-top programme.
Here’s our weekly round-up of the greatest and latest education, making, and learning content. Have a great weekend!
This keynote was delivered at our Learning by Making event in Los Angeles by Nick Giacobbe, Learning Designer at pi-top.
The weekend is just around the corner so here’s our weekly ‘best of the web’ round-up of articles posts, and content that’s given us food for thought.
This keynote was delivered at our Learning by Making event in Los Angeles by Amanda Haughs, educator and learning designer at the Campbell School of Innovation in Campbell Union School District.
Happy weekend! Time to kick back and catch up on all the education, science and maker news you might have missed this week. So without further ado, here’s our weekly ‘best of the web’ reading list.
Sophia Atherton is a Year 6 teacher and ICT Coordinator at Bonner Primary School in Bethnal Green, London. The school started using pi-top in February 2017 as part of their unique Enrichment programme.
This keynote was delivered at our Learning by Making event in Los Angeles by Jenny Kostka, Learning Experience Designer at pi-top.
Welcome to another week of ‘what we’ve been reading’, our weekly round-up of the latest technology, education, making, and learning stories.
The following extract is from the research paper Education, Knowledge, and Learning. An overview of theories and research about constructionism and making by Lorraine Charles, William Rankin, and Catherine Speight. You can download it for free here.