☰ Sidebar
Voting period for this idea type has passed

SXSW EDU 2018

Make a Food Computer: Open-Sourced Tech in Classes

Build a miniature Food Computer and learn how to easily incorporate open-sourced technology into classroom project-based learning. In this session, everyone will make a Computer-controlled, hydroponic, personal garden with a Raspberry Pi (a $35, palm-sized Computer) and materials from a home-improvement store to learn how we can easily create a hands-on curriculum that engages students with technology and real-world challenges.

Share this idea

Related Media

Takeaways

  1. Build a miniature Food Computer in less than 30 minutes to learn how to easily incorporate open-sourced technology projects in classroom curriculum
  2. Discover resources for more open-sourced technology that you can use for your own project-based learning objectives
  3. Learn how to engage students with technology and innovation by relating open-sourced technology projects to challenges within their communities

Speakers

Organizer

Melanie Shimano, Founder, Food Computer Program

Meta Information:

Show me another idea

Add Comments

comments powered by Disqus

SXSW reserves the right to restrict access to or availability of comments related to PanelPicker proposals that it considers objectionable.