One Geek Per Classroom

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LCA 2015

insert content here after LCA when something resembling sanity returns

Hardware Freedom Day

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Arduino Course

Links and information for the Arduino Course.

Geekology

Teaching Programming to kids with my latest favourite toy, the Raspberry Pi. Schedule

ShuttlePi

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I have received a grant from the Shuttleworth Foundation which I intend to use to bring Raspberry Pis to schools.

So, anyone have a spare smart-phone charger or two?

What

In 2010 my kids school acquired some Lego Mindstorm kits. They needed a geek to help run some activities for the kids, so I volunteered.

I ended up taking a bunch of classes on various topics from online privacy to railguns.

It was so much fun I kept going.

This wiki started out on my laptop as a way of organising the sessions. It's now online, hopefully a useful resource to others wanting join up or do something similar.

I gave a talk on this project at Linux Conf Australia 2012 which is up on Youtube.

How

Some instructions and hints on how to do this yourself.

Why

More ramblings on why I do this (and why I'm hoping others will join).

Sessions

List of all the sessions run so far.

Classes

List of all the classes so far.

Logo by judipich.