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Jump to navigation. LubosHouska via Pixabay , CC0. Join the 85, open source advocates who receive our giveaway alerts and article roundups. Despite year-round schools and education of all types and stripes—from open courses and textbooks to online learning —this is a good time of year to consider new, innovative learning solutions. This is an easy to read and follow book complete with code examples, pictures and diagrams of all the projects included in the book. Twenty step-by-step projects compatible with Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 are detailed in the book.

Imaginative play strengthens cognitive and social development in children. And in Lifelong Kindergarten, MIT professor Mitchel Resnick argues that schools, and institutions, should be organized more like playful Kindergarten classrooms, and less like automated learning factories. He and his team created Scratch, the block-based, visual programming tool and online community for budding programmers of all ages.

Building on his experiences with the Scratch project and community, Resnick explores how playing, sharing, imagining, and inventing promotes critical thinking, problem-solving, and community sharing—all essential skills for learning and working in the 21st Century.

Resnick's book brims with stories of children programming all manner of elaborate projects—games, animations, and visual stories—all driven by passion and purpose. And readers will recognize an overlap with open source ideas and principles.

For example, the online Scratch community promotes the sharing and remixing of student project source code—think GitHub for kids.

Lifelong Kindergarten is packed with ideas for educators and teachers. However, forward-looking leaders keen to optimize their teams for maximum creativity and innovation will discover inspiration in the wisdom of children. Recommended and reviewed by Charlie Reisinger.

I found myself easily following this fast-paced introduction to Python programming. This book will have you writing your own programs very quickly. Information is clearly presented in "byte-size" chunks and the book is full of examples and "Try-it-Yourself" sections after each concept introduction.

The book covers game creation, data visualization, web scraping, generating data, downloading data, getting started with Django, building and deploying and app and working with Git. Follow Eric Matthes on Twitter and take a look his resources for the book on Github. Python and other code examples from the book are available on GitHub.

Recommended and reviewed by Daniel Oh. This book includes all the materials you will need for each project and task at the beginning of the developing with Raspberry Pi for ultimate beginners. To best prepare students for the future, we must think deeply and openly about our vision for school technology today. I believe every student, in every school, deserves equal and open access to computers.

Students should have the freedom to explore and experiment with their school-issued devices. What's inside Learn Python with fun examples Write games and control electronics Use Pygame for video game sounds and graphics Loaded with programming exercises About the reader To use this book, you?

No programming experience needed. Ryan Heitz is a teacher, programmer, maker, father, and big kid. He specializes in teaching kids to code in a fun and engaging way. A fantastic resource for young programmers. Ryan Heitz does a great job walking readers through examples I wish this book had been available when I first started to program!


A fantastic overview of the truly remarkable Raspberry Pi. My daughter Grace and I were thoroughly engrossed while working through the examples. Python programming for kids and other beginners. Ryan Heitz. Very well written and inspiring, for both kids and teachers!

Table of Contents takes you straight to the book detailed table of contents. Meet Raspberry Pi 1. What is the Raspberry Pi? Exploring your Raspberry Pi's parts: Giving your Pi a cozy home: Pi cases.

The brain of your Pi: Connecting a keyboard and mouse: USB ports. Storing memories: Connecting a TV or monitor: HDMI port. Powering your Pi: It's alive!: Getting your Pi running: Installing the Raspbian operating system. Configuring the operating system: Saving your configuration and rebooting. Getting around: Finding and opening applications on your Raspberry Pi. Fruit Picker Extra: Challenge 1. Scavenger hunt.

Exploring Python 2.

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Playing with Python. Discovering Python's mathematical operators 2. Adding and subtracting.

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Figuring out whole numbers and remainders. Storing information using variables 2.

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Creating variables and assigning values. Changing the value of variables.

Displaying text on a screen 2. Using the print function. Creating programs 2. Python interpreting the program. Writing silly things and saving them.

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Challenges 2. The matrix. Silly Sentence Generator Creating a welcome message 3. Starting a new program. Adding notes in your code 3. Using hashtags for comments. Getting and storing information. Joining strings 3. Using more than one input. Completing the program: Minecraft Pi 3.

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Hang on, there's code? The code examples that are used in the book are available to download still free! The awesome that is Open Source. Download the whole book just to try it out! Share this book Feedback Email the Author s.

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What are we trying to do? Measure Record Explore Who is this book for? Actually Drawing Something! Measure Hardware required Software required Let the scraping begin Record Database preparation Record the reader numbers Code Explanation Recording data on a regular basis with cron Explore The Code Description Nesting the data Wrangle the data Cheating with the domain data vs datum Setting up the clipPath s Clipping and adding the areas Draw the lines and the axes Adding a bit more to our difference chart.

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