"Playful programming began to learn" everything. The Hasso Plattner Institute of the University of Potsdam learning to e-learning platform OpenHPI is a Python course "Playing program" for the self-study. This is a strategy we use with kind permission of OpenHPI as a basis. The course is designed for 20 days, we actually need but is almost always longer. But that's not bad. We learn by means of e-learning the Python programming language to know and use both in a browser-based programming environment, as well as on real Hardware (Raspberry Pi, V-Server in the data center). This, we are now set up and then use it. In the process, we learn how to deal with electronics and Linux.
Internet & Networks
We are dealing with the operating system Linux and networks based on Linux and Windows computers and the connection with remote systems.
We visit institutions, companies and research institutions, their tasks and work to meet and take part in Events in our environment. In the past, we were already at:
Computer Game Museum In Berlin
The Museum Of Technology Berlin
Nets Exhibition - Science Center Berlin
Strato AG in Berlin
FU Berlin, Zuse Institute Berlin
TU Berlin, Long After the science
TH Wildau, student University
Tropical Island, Brandenburg
Energy Museum Berlin
We especially would like to thank the Hasso Plattner Institute of the University of Potsdamm, and is currently the Lichtenberger libraries for their willingness to help and support.
This open offer means: Each and every one from 10 years can come and participate. Younger children, we do not take in because they are simply overwhelmed and then the fun in the technology lose. That would be a shame.
This project is in the framework of the promotion of "Design - the digital workshop" the German Telekom Foundation, in cooperation with the JFF Institute for media pedagogy implemented. Overview of events:
2019-12-05 Design 4 Participants For beginners: logic of electrical circuits
2019-11-28 Design 1 Participants Playing learn programming - Turtle graphics
2019-11-21 Design 2 Participants Learning by playing program - Strings