Joslynn Lee, Ph.D., a mentor with Four Corners Science and Computing Club at Fort Lewis College gives Ignacio Middle School seventh grader, Phillip Velasquez a quick pointer during the computer building workshop in Durango, Colo. Tuesday, Aug. 1.
Raspberry Pi is a tiny, affordable computer that you can use to learn programming and the basic understanding of computer architecture. This tiny computer contains all the basics of any computer including a processor, memory and graphics processors, and small LCD screen – ideal for teaching students in a classroom setting.
Matthew Maestas, a seventh grader from Durango, Colo., listens attentively while being given step by step computer programming instructions in the workshop. Through the Four Corners Science and Computing Club, students were provided kits for building small computers during a collaborative workshop for Southern Ute Education students, hosted on the Fort Lewis College campus.