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Friday, October 19 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Bring Coding to Life with Raspberry Pi

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During this hands-on workshop, educators will learn about the emerging field of digital making and experience first hand what makes the Raspberry Pi such a powerful tool for bringing STEM and computer science learning to life.

This workshop teaches the pedagogy of digital making through a blend of project-based learning and computer science. Educators will get guided, hands-on experience with Raspberry Pi computers to experiment with physical computing. The first half of the program is workshop-based and teaches using Scratch and Python with circuitry. The second half of the program gives the educators an opportunity to apply what they've learned and collaborate together to create something with computers as a material.

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Dana Augustin

Educator Program Coordinator, Raspberry Pi Foundation
Dana Augustin supports the Raspberry Pi Certified Educator community in North America. She’s passionate about cultural diversity and equity. She enjoys painting, exploring new places, meeting new people, and eating great food.
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Andrew Collins

Educator Training Manager, Raspberry Pi Foundation
Andrew Collins leads educator training programs for the Raspberry Pi Foundation in North America. He's passionate about connecting with educators interested in digital making, engaging youth in technology, and hiking around the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Cicely Day

Cicely Day is an experienced teacher and code club leader in Oakland. She's a passionate data and tech lead, coach, photographer, mother, wife, sister, aunt and an all around awesome human being!