How to setup and use Raspberry Pis in the classroom
The need for this page came to me after a recent interaction at the 2019 NW Tech Ed Conference in at Clark College in Vancouver, WA. I hear stories constantly of instructors who have purchased or have access to Raspberry Pis but don't use them because they doesn't know where to start, don't know how to get them setup in the classroom, or simply think they are more of a toy than a serious learning platform. My hope here is to layout a series of options for setting up the Raspberry Pis for classroom use. I will try to include any and all possible ways with as much instruction as I can put together. My hope is that this will help instructors get past the fear of "How is this going to work?" and get onto using the Raspberry Pi in their classrooms to teach critical CIS/CS topics to their students. Additionally, I will created a second page with specific activities geared towards CIS/CS courses where the Raspberry Pi can be used to teach specific topics. I hope you find these resources useful.