In a post-Brexit Britain, Code Club hopes to help provide more opportunities for children and young people to develop the skills that will help them compete in an increasingly digital world.
I've dedicated myself to teaching electronics to beginners, both kids and adults.
Schools can save money and provide better teaching and learning with open source.
This month I've rounded up a list of seven open educational resources for K-12 and higher education.
Out of the many reasons for supporting student participation in open source, here are five of the most compelling reasons.
The state of West Virginia is rolling out its first ever coding, app, and game design curriculum for its schools, and open source technologies are at the head of the class.
Much of the Internet runs Linux and open source software, yet in most of our schools—whether PK-12 or higher education—Linux and open source software are given short shrift.
eGranary Digital Library, a plug-and-play server that provides instant access to millions of digital documents without the need of a connection to the Internet.1,100 installations worldwide
The app makes use of the sensors on your phone and offers a digital science notebook to record your findings.
Thanks to open source software, Powering Potential and the Raspberry Pi Foundation are able to bring computers and a library of digital education content to rural schools in the East African nation of Tanzania.