Success study: Two Camps, One Summer, 5000 young people learn to code

Faisal Karim, Director, Edutech Middle East, a pi-top value added reseller, looks back over the summer camps. This Summer Edutech was involved in two summer camp programmes ...
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[Video] Pass the Ps, please

This keynote was delivered at our Learning by Making event in Los Angeles by Nick Giacobbe, former Learning Designer at pi-top.
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What we've been reading, week 19

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.
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[Video] Cultivating confident creators

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 ...
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Case study: Bonner Primary School

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 ...
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What we've been reading, week 16

Looking for the best in education, making, science, and technology news? Then look no further – here are all the stories you need to know about.
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How to make simple robots with pi-top, Lego and Crumble

In this article, educator and technology enthusiast Ivan Roulson shares how he built a small, lightweight, and low-cost robot.
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Learning by Making Series — US Roadshow

This month, we're hosting two Learning by Making events in the US, and you're invited! Join us for an evening of thought-provoking talks, exploration, and refreshments. With ...
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Video: bringing social constructionism to the classroom

This keynote was delivered at GESS Dubai 2019, by Stuart Swann, Physical Computing Curriculum Lead at pi-top
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From code to cake! A recipe for 'learning by making' for younger children

In this essay, two of pi-top's learning team explore how to bring social constructionism and learning by making to the under 12s.
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