The official Raspberry Pi Foundation responsible for creating the awesome range of Raspberry Pi mini PCs has announced the availability of the latest Raspberry Pi magazine for educators entitled Hello World. The latest issue contains more information on the celebrations for the Year of Engineering and includes articles from a wide range of experts to share their ideas and advice on how to bring engineering to your classroom.
Highlights of issue 5 of Hello World include: The bluffers’ guide to putting together a tech-themed school trip, inclusion, and coding for the visually impaired, getting students interested in databases and why copying may not always be a bad thing. “We’re currently offering free print copies of the magazine to serving educators in the UK. This offer is open to teachers, Code Club and CoderDojo volunteers, teaching assistants, teacher trainers, and others who help children and young people learn about computing and digital making. Subscribe to have your free print magazine posted directly to your home, or subscribe digitally — 20000 educators have already signed up to receive theirs!”
For more information on the latest issue of Hello World and other Raspberry Pi magazines and resources jump over to the official Raspberry Pi Foundation website by following the link below.
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