Heleen Plaisier and Daniel Barker are lecturers in Bioinformatics at the University of Edinburgh, who also run the 4273π Project, which introduces school children to software for learning computational biology at school.
This case study explores the use of open resources when teaching children in the classroom. It will be of particular interest to teachers who want to know more about the Raspberry Pi and how to introduce informatics to teaching in science subjects at school. You can find out more about this project and arrange school visits through the 4273π Project website: http://4273pi.org/
This is a video only case study.
(These videos can be downloaded from Media Hopper Create.)