The Powerhouse Museum and SLANSW presents a unique opportunity for all teachers interested in Raspberry Pi to engage with a global leader in STEAM education, Carrie Anne Philbin.
Wednesday 5 August 5
FREE Lunchtime Keynote with Carrie Anne Philbin and Nicky Ringland
12midday - 1pm, Powerhouse Museum Theatrette
Broadcast in SecondLife:
Carrie Anne Philbin produces the Geek Girl Diaries, tweets a lot, wrote the popular book
‘Adventures in Raspberry Pi’ and is the principal educational evangelist at the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Carrie Anne is also responsible for Picademy, the Foundation’s free professional development experience for primary and secondary teachers, open to individuals around the world. Nicky Ringland is one of the founders of Grok Learning, an educational startup teaching the world to code. A serial volunteer, Nicky is also an Outreach Officer for the National Computer Science School, an initiative of the University of Sydney, and runs outreach activities (workshops, camps and competitions) to inspire and educate high school students and teachers in computer science.
When: Wed, 5 August 2015 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Where: Powerhouse Museum, 500 Harris Street, NSW, 2000, Australia
Contact: Michelle Jensen
Phone: 0409 563 736
Email: Michelle Jensen