Programmers and inventors can pick up cash prizes and help Chicago Schoolchildren bridge the digital divide. CrossRealms, Inc.TM, a Chicago IT consulting firm, is offering
Teachers, some of whom may not always be tech-savvy, need content that keeps schoolchildren fascinated with learning – without being a technological headache for the teacher. While the potential for STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) is obvious, teachers also need content to engage students in reading, music, and every other academic subject. Enter the Raspberry Pi “Bake-off,” which is designed to produce such content. Winners might be a software program or a classroom hardware invention run by Raspberry Pi. Although it is geared toward university students, the Bake-off welcomes contestants of all backgrounds and ages.
CrossRealms, an IT consulting firm, is donating its services, time and prize money. They are also currently seeking partners to donate Raspberry Pi units
Entries are due
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