Session 7 is the last session for Raspberry Pi initiative. We would like to thank parents for having the time to come attend to this session. It has been a wonderful session. This blog will continue to grow over time to learn something new about Raspberry Pi and other such as applications to use. It […]
Ranson Middle School
Ranson Middle School Raspberry Pi & Scratch project.
Session 6 has been a great experience for parents and students to engage together to learn the power of Raspberry Pi. Parents were very interested in wanting to learn more as they asked questions in comparisons to what they learned in their lifetime. Students has been filled with excitement as they learn something new as […]
Hello everyone! I have uploaded a guide instructions on Google Drive for you to access to download. Also, I have uploaded your scratch projects, simply look for your group name. Enjoy working on scratch! I have attached the guide to this blog post below. ENJOY!! https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B9VZBdhydF9rc2hseHhuTHBJVzA&usp=sharing
Session 4 has been a good progress for students to learn how to code in scratch. They have been immersed into the interface of Scratch and keeping up with the lessons. They were full of questions as they show the potential of what they can do! Sky is the limit!
Session 5 has been a great success as students started to code themselves without help as guides were passed out. They have done first and second part of coding very well and doing third part to themselves. Students have been encouraged to complete their project either at home or after school. Their projects will be […]
Session three knocked out of the way! The overview was to start learning how to use paint editor in Scratch and start coding to put together a interactive game. Students were excited to learn this process and they have been very engaging with Charlotte’s Web students as they had their hands on Raspberry Pi. We […]
Session two down in the bag! In session 2, “Basic operations of Scratch,” students learned how to utilize Scratch using Raspberry Pi. As demonstrated from session 1 of a go kart game were used to teach as an example of how to implement coding block. The students were engaged in asking question to understand the program. Students […]
During session 1 “Introduction to Raspberry Pi” we discussed with the students the possibilities of what can be done with Scratch utilizing the Raspberry Pi. The students were amazed at how you can build a race car game. In our discussions we explained how the Raspberry Pi has similarities to a computer. The Raspberry Pi has the […]