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Camp session: Build and Program a Laptop with Python (Digital Media Academy Vancouver)


Build and Program a Laptop with Python

By: Digital Media Academy Vancouver  
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Digital Media Academy Vancouver


About this Program:

  • Day Camp
  • Age 12 - 18 (Coed)
  • Specialized in Python, offers 8 activities
  • 0 session dates to choose from
  • Cost starting from $1,598
  • Busing not available
  • Special needs support not available


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UBC: 6133 University Boulevard, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6T 1Z1

Choosing a laptop these days can be hard to do but building your own with Raspberry Pi and Python opens students to a whole new world where they are designers and creators of incredible things. Explore the internet of things through building and programming a pi-top [3] laptop: the perfect tool to help you learn to code, create awesome devices, and take your knowledge to the next level.

In this course, students will explore the internet of things through building and programming a pi-top [3] laptop: the perfect tool to help them learn to code, create awesome devices, and take their knowledge to the next level. Students will use the Raspberry Pi, Python programming language, and a variety of sensors, create intelligent systems that respond to the physical world.

This course builds upon knowledge of basic programming and circuitry to empower students to build their own unique projects using the Raspberry Pi and a variety of sensors. Students will learn the basics of Python, physical computing with the Pi, and how to use the Pi’s internet connectivity to communicate with it remotely.

IMPORTANT: This course is Part 2 of the DMA "Robotics & Engineering Academy". We strongly encourage students to take part 1, "Build a Robot with Arduino" prior to this course.

Course Requirements

This course is a Digital Media Academy | Pro course and requires specific hardware/software requirements. Please click here to view and download requirements.

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to…

  • Set-up and use a Raspberry Pi
  • Write command-line interfaces
  • Write code in Python
  • Explain physical computing
  • Demonstrate electrical engineering basics

Students will create...

  • Projects that utilize the power of Python, Raspberry Pi, and the internet
  • Basic code that they will be able to modify themselves for future projects
  • A Pi-top [3]: The Makers' Laptop

Career Pathways 

Computer Programmer, Electrical Engineer, Web Developer, Software Developer



Session Dates and Rates:

Date TBD
Vancouver, BC
UBC: 6133 University Boulevard

Time TBD
Cost TBD
2021-07-121598


Activities:

Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

Animation
Creative writing
Mechatronics
Python
Rasberry Pi
STEAM
STEM
Technology
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive



Build and Program a Laptop!
Explore the internet of things through building and programming a pi-top and take your knowledge to the next level.

 

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