Here’s our weekly round-up of the latest and greatest education, making and learning news.
In March 2017, the city of New York woke up with a new neighbour: the Fearless Girl. The bronze statue depicts a girl who, as originally installed, faced a much larger and heavier bronze statue, the Charging Bull (or Wall Street Bull).
In the latest episode of our podcast, We Make The Future, we explore the world of Scratch visual programming.
Eben Upton is the CEO and inventor of the Raspberry Pi, the computer that powers the pi-top family. So it was only fair that we gave him exclusive access to our latest product.
Bea Leiderman is an instructional technology coach at Goochland County Public Schools in Goochland, Virginia. Her work focuses on helping teachers and students navigate new technologies and new approaches to teaching and learning.
Keynote at Bett Show 2019 by Dr William Rankin PhD, Director of Learning & Research at pi-top
As you might have heard, we’ve recently launched a new product, the pi-top . And so now we have a family as opposed to just one or two products, we thought it a good time to tidy up our product names. Here then, is a quick explainer of the pi-top family.
pi-top’s Chief Education and Product Officer, Graham Brown-Martin opens his desk drawer. Inside sits an early pi-top  prototype. It looks like a small, bright green iPad, with an exposed Raspberry Pi protruding somewhat obtrusively from its back. Already on the desk is the final production version of pi-top , by contrast looking every inch […]
Last year we had a blast seeing you tweet your best pi-top sticker placements (some awesome examples below). So this year, for Bett 2019, we’ve decided again to give you the chance to win a pi-top and some pi-top swag!
As 2018 comes to an end, we look back at some of this year’s highlights.