Educational Programming on the Raspberry Pi

@inproceedings{Johnston2016EducationalPO,
  title={Educational Programming on the Raspberry Pi},
  author={Steven J. Johnston},
  year={2016}
}
The original aim when creating the Raspberry Pi was to encourage “kids”—pre-university learners—to engage with programming, and to develop an interest in and understanding of programming and computer science concepts. The method to achieve this was to give them their own, low cost computer that they could use to program on, as a replacement for a family PC that often did not allow this option. With the original release, the Raspberry Pi included two programming environments in the standard… CONTINUE READING

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