AAUW Display: March 23, 2014

Books encouraging girls in STEM fields as well as AAUW materials.

We had a drawing for one of these books:

  1. Adventures in Raspberry Pi (2014) seems more accessible with up to date info on getting started as well as several kid-friendly “adventures” at a few different levels
  2. Adventures in Raspberry Pi (2014) seems more accessible with up to date info on getting started as well as several kid-friendly “adventures” at a few different levels
  3. Raspberry Pi Projects (2014) covers software and hardware projects, seems more advanced than #1
  4. Python for Kids (2013). Not Raspberry Pi specific, but covers one of the more advanced languages that comes bundled with the default RPi software
  5. Raspberry Pi User Guide (2012). Introduces all the basic concepts and gives examples of using the RPi
  6. Getting Started with Raspberry Pi (2013) Similar to #4, with a bit more information on hardware integration.
  7. Programming the Raspberry Pi: Getting Started with Python. (2013) Shorter intro than with #3 on language basics, but gets into hardware, e.g. programming a robot.
  8. Raspberry Pi Hacks (2014). Sixty projects from using it to control a 3D printer to using it to watch movies in the car.
  9. What’s Math Got to Do With It: How parents and teachers cna help children learn to LOVE their least favorite subject, by Jo Boaler.

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