We offered a hands-on workshop to introduce those interested (or intrigued) in programming with Python through gaming, and there were also a wide range of individual questions supported by new collaborations and ongoing sharing:
- How do I know if I’ve got the most up-to-date OS on my SD card?
- How can I use Raspberry Pi in my classroom?
- What kind of activities and challenges can I offer to my students who have a range of special educational needs?
- Show me how to control my radiators with a Raspberry Pi!
- I’ve used Scratch to make games. What else can I do?
- Show me what my main Christmas present can do….and help me with how I can explore…..look, it’s a Raspberry Pi with an electronics kit 🙂
- How can we support our son/daughter at home with a Raspberry Pi?
- Now I’ve used Pygame to play and hack, how can I code my own games?
What else happens at the Raspberry Jam events in Leeds?
Well, with the wealth of experience and help available building up each month, wonders never cease 🙂
A few snapshots below of what we explored this week; in addition to activities with electronics and IOT, soldering on-hand support, Gaming Central, Media Corner and robots galore.
Want to come along and join us next month?