Recalbox on Raspberry Pi 3 with 2 GPIO Joystick and Buttons

This was the first year I had been back in the classroom for only the second time in the past 6 years. I don’t have to remind fellow educators about the nervous excitement I felt the first night back before my first day. It definitely took a couple months to truly get my sea legs back, but once I did I needed a project. Every year I’ve taught in the classroom I’ve had a project. I almost find myself rudderless without one (even on a secondment).

Over my decade in education I’ve fostered a PLN that has stretched from Coast to Coast to Coast. The impetus for the Bartop Arcade was thrown my way from the Technology and Science Coordinators from ASD-N. I owe Jamie O’Toole and Joey Savoie a lot of credit for their guidance and support along the way.

 

This being the first year I started to integrated the magical Raspberry Pi into my classroom I was overwhelmed at first by the number of resources:

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Everything you wanted to know about the Raspberry Pi (but were afraid to ask)

This session is for anyone that is interested in integrating the Raspberry Pi into their classroom. Whether you teach English, Science or any technology course, there are numerous activities and projects that can foster a more dynamic and engaging classroom

The Raspberry Pi Foundation works to put the power of digital making into the hands of people all over the world, so they are capable of understanding and shaping our increasingly digital world, able to solve the problems that matter to them, and equipped for the jobs of the future.

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