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.
Cornwall Hill College in Pretoria, South Africa, focuses on providing wide-ranging opportunities and exceptional facilities for students to excel in academic, sporting and cultural spheres, while still retaining traditional values of honesty, integrity, compassion and responsibility.
Student Michael Tennant recently returned to Zimbabwe, a country he last saw when he was two years old, to help teach computer science. Here, in his own words, is what he got up to.
At the St. Raymond school in Menlo Park, California, Ken Hawthorn has one goal: ensure that his school is a model for STEAM learning. Ken is a mechanical engineer turned teacher. As a consulting engineer he worked on a wide range of designs – from electric motorcycles to Large-Scale Processor Reference (LSPR) machines and he […]
All Saints’ Episcopal School is a leading college preparatory day school in Fort Worth, Texas. The school emphasizes leadership, academic rigour, and artistic exposure. Its aim is to provide an engaging and transformational educational experience with inspiring teachers, coaches, and mentors, in a challenging and nurturing learning environment. A group of educators from the school, […]
In our first ‘15 cool projects you can make with your pi-top‘ blog post, we gave you a list of some of our favourite pi-top projects. However, after starting to put together the list, we realised that we like way more than 15, so here’s part two! 1. Traffic lights View this post on Instagram […]
Mike Roberts is a Senior Software Engineer here at pi-top. Mike joined the team in the company’s early days, over three years ago. In honour of Programmer’s Day, celebrated on the on the 256th day of the year, we decided to sit down to have a chat with Mike about his experience working at pi-top, and […]
Summer camps and after-school clubs are great fun, and are sometimes where learners get their hands on pi-tops for the very first time. Saturday Kids have been using pi-tops as part of their activities since May this year, in this guest post, they explain how they do it. “Building a computer is part of the […]
Article by Darryl Samuel I’m currently studying for a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) in computer science at King’s College London. I also volunteer at my son’s primary school – St James the Great Primary school in Croydon UK
When it comes to any revolution, pi-top believes in backing up the talk with action – or, in this case, by making! We partnered with EdTech Austin, a local volunteer-led and organized Meetup group who, in their own words “…challenge our community to think through ways in which technology can enhance and promote real learning […]