Another 15 cool projects you can make with your pi-top

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 ...
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15 cool projects you can make with your pi-top

At pi-top, we believe that learning occurs best when learners work on projects that matter to them, collaborate with their peers, and take their creative skills beyond the ...
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The Edtech Podcast Festival

One of our favourite podcasts, the Edtech Podcast, is launching a one-day festival on Saturday, September 22nd in London and the pi-topTEAM will be there too! Like the podcast ...
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Eggstreme drop challenge

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 ...
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Meetups & Making with pi-top - EdTech Austin

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 ...
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And the winner of the clear case pi-top is...

Back in July, we announced that we were going to give away as a competition prize a limited edition clear case pi-top to one lucky winner. Finally, the wait is over and we're ...
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Case study: Q&A with Sam Page, Westminster School

Sam Page is the Head of Computer Science at Westminster School (London, UK)
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Case study: Kennedy High School

“Let them try the technology and see what they can do with it” says Dr LaRue Moore of the IT Academy at Kennedy High School in Richmond, California, “because they need to feel ...
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Case study: no more dumpster projects: critical creativity and meaningful making

Dan Ryder is a teacher at Mt. Blue High School, Maine USA. He’s also a pi-top champion. In this article, he tells us what learning by making has done for his school, and ...
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Will you survive the 4th Industrial Revolution?

Let’s be clear. Robots are not gunning for our jobs. But they will very soon be gunning for the jobs that many of our parents and grandparents did.
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