pi-top CEO Jesse Lozano wins EY Entrepreneur of the Year!

pi-top co-founder and CEO Jesse Lozano scooped not one, but two awards at EY's Entrepreneur of the Year event held on July 4.
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Game, set and match! pi-top keeps score with the Tim Henman Foundation

Some of the biggest names in tennis came together on June 27 for the Tim Henman Foundation Pro-Am Doubles Tournament. Once again pi-top was proud to sponsor the event which ...
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pi-top postcard from ISTE2018

It's the biggest education tech conference in America, and pi-top was one of the hottest booths on the floor, so here's what went down when we hit ISTE2018.
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A new research paper by pi-top’s Dr William Rankin

Hot off the press, and perfectly timed for ISTE2018, comes a new report by Lorraine Charles and Founder of Unfold Learning and former Director of Learning & Research at pi-top,
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Join us at ISTE for a special fringe event

The pi-top team are thrilled to be at ISTE again this year. We’re looking forward to welcoming you to our amazing booth (number #812 folks) and hope you’ll join in one of our ...
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ISTE 2018 - Show Preview

The ed tech community will descend on Chicago, Illinois, on June 24 for ISTE 2018 and the pi-top team will be there too. We’re buzzing with excitement and have lots of amazing ...
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Case study: Pecos High School

One STEAM Lesson, 100% More Confidence – “pi-tops Are a Game-Changer” Jerald Jolito is an instructional technologist, science and robotics teacher at Pecos High School in ...
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PiWars 2018 retrospective

Let’s be honest. When we decided to submit a team for Pi Wars 2018 we had no idea of what we were getting ourselves into. “Designing and building a robot? That should be fun" ...
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Case study: Corbridge Middle School

Three Words to Describe pi-tops? “They. Are. Amazing.” Dean Johnston is the Deputy Headteacher at Corbridge Middle School in Corbridge, north-east England. Corbridge is a ...
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How to create your own quick reaction game

Here at pi-top we love using Scratch with our physical computing projects so we decided it would be a good idea to share with you one of our favourite projects in honour of ...
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