The eTwinning portal launched a new video last week and it is well worth checking out. In my humble opinion it is the best one yet.
I am also delighted to say that eTwinning is no longer a secret. This is the first summer where I didn’t have to explain eTwinning and Erasmus+ to teachers attending in-service courses. The message seems to have reached the masses at last.
This just some of the stuff we hope to use during our Dojo Demo Day.
The BBC micro:bit has become very popular as a transition kit from Scratch to physical computing. Its plug and play functionality and online coding facility has made it a favourite with the 8 – 10 year olds.
The Raspberry Pi is still the 11 -13 year old cool coders preference.
My Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ arrived today. The packaging has become more economical since its launch back in 2012. The original arrived foam packed in a sturdy cardboard box along with an instruction booklet and above all in an anti-static bag.
No such luck with the latest arrival. It arrived floating around in a light card mini snack box with no anti-static bag.
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