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- Raspberry Pi 3 (B+) GPIO Pinout Leaf
- Gitchat: A Hackable Python App That Teaches Kids How to Use Git
- Programming Parents: A Primer for Elementary School Parents
- LittleBits Master List of Bits
- Running Raspbian Jessie on a Mac with QEMU
- Comparison: Codebug vs. The BBC micro:bit
- Learning Tools: CodeBug
- Learning Tools: The Raspberry Pi
Impulse Labs is a learning space that promotes the use of science and technology to create interesting and, sometimes, silly things.
Our classes for children support the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) curriculum through a wide variety of tools that encourages the children to use what they learn while still giving them the space to experiment and to explore their imagination.
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Raspberry Pi 3 (B+) GPIO Pinout Leaf
We've created a printable overlay for the GPIO pins on the Raspberry Pi 3 (and other B+ compliant models).
It was inspired by Dr. Simon Monk's original design and can...
Gitchat: A Hackable Python App That Teaches Kids How to Use Git
One of the challenges of teaching elementary school kids how to program is trying to back up their code so that they can work on it across sessions. Laptops often get...
Programming Parents: A Primer for Elementary School Parents
There are a few different challenges that we see parents come up against when it comes to technical educational content for early learners. I hope this guide will help parents navigate...
LittleBits Master List of Bits
We use LittleBits in some of electronics classes and I was trying to figure out our inventory as well as a list of bits required for specific projects and realized...
Running Raspbian Jessie on a Mac with QEMU
I have been looking for a more convenient way of developing content for my Raspberry Pi classes but it is a bit of a nuisance to keep having to switch between...
Comparison: Codebug vs. The BBC micro:bit
The BBC micro:bit was officially released on March 22, a few months later than planed. If you would like to learn more about the history of the micro:bit, Wired UK has...
Learning Tools: CodeBug
CodeBug is a wearable computer and development board. It is similar to the BBC micro:bit, which was created to teach middle-school students how to program.
CodeBug was designed by a team from...
Learning Tools: The Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi was created when a group of professors at Cambridge University became concerned that students entering the university lacked the programming skills that students a generation ago had.