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Raspberry Pi Summer Camp


In this introductory Raspberry Pi coding summer camp, designed for students of ages 10-17, campers will be exposed to the ever growing world of code and physical computing. Students will code in Python as they complete projects using LED lights, buttons and sensors. Prior coding experience is not necessary but campers will need to have decent typing skills in order to stay with the group.

Each student will receive their own Raspberry Pi 3, SD card, power supply and Pi case to use during the camp and take home at the end of camp. 

Camp runs 9 a.m. - noon on Wednesday, June 20th, Thursday, June 21st and Friday, June 22nd. Space is limited.

Led by: Molly Plyler

Molly Plyler is the Educational Outreach Coordinator at theCO. In addition to having her master's degree in education, Molly is a Raspberry Pi Certified Educator as determined by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. She has conducted STEM workshops across TN teaching middle & high school students and teachers about Raspberry Pi microcomputers. In addition, Molly directs theCO's Dev Catalyst program which works to improve K-12 technology education.

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