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Students will learn how to build a Raspberry Pi from a kit and then learn some basic programming languages by using them to build circuits and basic components to visualize output. Students will use prior electrical knowledge to build a circuit and then use a programming language to program the Raspberry Pi to produce output on the circuit. Students will have a visual experience of how programming works by seeing meaningful output. If they have an error in their code they will be able to visually see the error and correct and try again. Students will gain expereice with programming and how a computer program can be used to complete a task. If it is simple as flashing a few lights or creating a sound.

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Students will learn how to build a Raspberry Pi from a kit and then learn some basic programming languages by using them to build circuits and basic components to visualize output. Students will use prior electrical knowledge to build a circuit and then use a programming language to program the Raspberry Pi to produce output on the circuit. Students will have a visual experience of how programming works by seeing meaningful output. If they have an error in their code they will be able to visually see the error and correct and try again. Students will gain expereice with programming and how a computer program can be used to complete a task. If it is simple as flashing a few lights or creating a sound.

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