Teachers and educators engaged in bringing the digital world to students around the world may be interested to know that issue 4 of the excellent Raspberry Pi Hello World magazine has now been released by the official Raspberry Pi Foundation and Computing at School, which is part of the British Computing Society.
The latest edition contains more articles from the international panel of educators and experts who recommend a variety of different approaches to continuing professional development in computer science education, says the Foundation Blog.
In the latest issue of the Hello World magazine topics discussed include The Royal Society: After the Reboot — learn about the latest report and its findings about computing education, The Cyber Games — a new programme looking for the next generation of security experts, Engaging Students with Drones, Digital Literacy: Lost in Translation? And Object-oriented Coding with Python.
The Hello World magazine is available as a free Creative Commons download for anyone around the world who is interested in computer science and digital making education. Simply jump over to the official Raspberry Pi Foundation website by following the link below for a link to the PDF version.
If you enjoy building Pi projects you might be interested in our comprehensive list of Raspberry Pi displays, HATS and small screens.
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