Thanks for checking out information related to my 2019 MACUL Conference workshop.
If you’re just here for the giveaway, leave your name, school, and grade taught (for my curiosity) at the bottom of this post to enter.
- Raspberry Pi Presentation
- Tinkercad modifiable AIY Voice Case and Lid (with cutout for Blinkt)
- Raspberry Pi Bingo with images
- Raspbian Command Reference
- A Trip Down the Terminal Hole
- Practicing Python #1
- Practicing Python #2
- Pimoroni Blinkt Reference
- More Raspberry Pi
- Setting Up at Home
21 thoughts on “MACUL 2019: Student Created Smart Assistants Using Raspberry Pis and Python”
I’m excited to learn about more ways to use Python and Raspberry Pi’s in my classroom!
I am always looking for new ways to incorporate raspberry pi and electronics into my classroom. I am currently teaching how to code in Python for the first time and would like to incorporate this into a raspberry pi build.
I teach at West Michigan Lutheran High School in grades 9 – 12.
I teach high school math and a PLTW Computer Science Essentials course.
Hey! I’m an instructional coach in Indiana. Most of my work is helping teachers implement tech tools and new instructional practices. I’d love more resources for CS in the classroom.
Hello. I teach intro to computer programming (c++) and cybersecurity.
Thank you for giving away and presenting today.
I currently teach 11,12 graders to program in python. We have created many things with our pi’s. Would love to share those and would love to see some of your ideas.
Middle School Computer Science and Math
I teach junior high math and computer science. I also run a code club at our school. I’m looking forward to learning about raspberry pis
Donald L. Pavlik Middle School, 6th-8th grade
8th grade Intro to Computer Science and Robotics
4-8 Middle school science and stem teacher.
HS science (physics, chem, & bio)
I teach CS at Rockford High School.
I teach programming at Oakland Schools and am looking forward to seeing what I can incorporate into my classroom.
Hi my name is Tony Miller.
I teach high school IT at Waterford Kettering.
I’m looking forward to learn how to use my new raspberry Pi’s
I am going to be teaching elementary computers and would love winning a Voice Kit prize!
Thanks for all the information you shared at MACUL.
Please pick me!!! We are using the Raspberry Pi for our Cybersecurity students to run Kali Linux in order to run tools to monitor the network.
I also have an R&D class in which I have a team developing an app to run their fathers brain mills via bluetooth to customize setting of how the grain will be cut and how much!
This would be an amazing project.
Intro to Computer science and robotics yeah