Kano Kickstarts A Pi-Based, DIY Kit Computer Designed To Make Learning To Code Child’s Play

See on Scoop.itK-12 School Libraries

In the late 1980s a select group of British teens were given (or saved up their pocket money to buy) a small, rubber-keyed home PC called the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. My brother was one of them.

Susan Grigsby‘s insight:

Let’s hope the crowdfunding works for Kano – $99 end-to-end computer pieces in a box for students to put together and begin coding. What a great idea – AND affordable for most schools and maker spaces. 

See on techcrunch.com

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