Have you looked at Code Club ? They have Scratch resources for 7 - 11 year olds..popalsa wrote:I am trying to enquire if anyone has had experince working/ teaching children programming through the raspberry pi via scratch to kids who may have had very limited experience with computers. And may also not know english.
Anyone know of any resources I could use to help me out with this issue?
or maybe know of any other people/projects that have tried to tackle this issue?
That's interesting changing only the foo value to 15, I was able to turn on and off the attached LED without thesoslug wrote:Hello MarcScott may I ask what happens when you access gpio server on via edit menu instead of as a broadcast when i tried it with broadcast ie
I can also confirm it worked for me.
When I tried by the method I described it stills does not additional as I turn on and off my gpio server via edit menu each time scratch will crash losing the work. Can you also confirm this.
This is a problem with the newest version of wiringPi changing policy relating to the setup call; it now causes the calling process to terminate. We didn't detect this before the latest release of Raspbian unfortunately. There should be an update soon.MarcScott wrote:Okay, so I get the same issue, but with crashes that kill Scratch when switching between turning the server on and off from the edit menu and via a block.