If you want your students to tinker with the inner workings of computers, smartphones, and other electronics, you’ve probably heard of the Raspberry Pi. It’s a complex board designed to help you understand how electronics work. A truly great way for students and teachers alike to better understand how their favorite gadgets function.
The only problem is the Raspberry Pi is complicated. Like, you must read the manual kinda complicated.
Lucky for you, Cambridge University (which is right across from the Raspberry Pi Foundation) has developed a free guide to help you build an entire operating system on top of the Pi. It’s cutely dubbed ‘Baking Pi’ and is available here.
If you’ve been looking for a way to start understanding electronics, engineering, and other complex studies, check out the guide and let the sparks fly!