Dan Fisher

Dan Fisher

Marketing Executive – 18 posts

Dan plys his trade in the Foundation’s marketing department and is very much alive. He remains unconvinced that a staff bio is a good vehicle for his sense of humour.

Over the autumn term, we’ll be launching three brand-new, online courses on the FutureLearn platform. Wherever you are in the world, you can learn with us for free, thanks to support from Google. Design and Prototype Embedded Computer Systems The first new course is Design and Prototype Embedded Computer Systems, which will start on 28 … Continue reading →
We are delighted to co-launch Isaac Computer Science, a new online platform for teachers and students of A level Computer Science. Introducing Isaac Computer Science Introducing the new Isaac Computer Science online learning platform and calendar of free events for students and teachers. Be the first to know about new features and content on the platform: … Continue reading →
Today is GCSE results day, and with it comes the usual amount of excitement and trepidation as thousands of young people in the UK find out whether they got the grades they wanted. So here’s a massive CONGRATULATIONS from everyone at the Raspberry Pi Foundation to all the students out there who have worked so … Continue reading →
Are you ready to FEEL THE BURN…of your heating laptop? And MAX THOSE REPS…using forever loops? Then get your programming muscles into the best shape possible with our free online training courses (thanks to support from Google!). Pump up your programming skills for free Today we are excited to announce our new online training course … Continue reading →
There is always a flurry of activity at the start of the new academic year, and we are getting in on the action: this autumn and winter, we’ll be launching four new, free, online courses! I caught up with course developers Marc, Caitlyn, James, and Martin to find out what they have in store for … Continue reading →
Join us for an in-depth exploration of ethical computing in the newest issue of Hello World, our magazine for computing and digital making educators. It’s out today!   We need to talk about ethics Whatever area of computing you hail from, how to take an ethical approach to the projects we build with code is … Continue reading →
The end of the academic year is here, and we are marking the occasion by celebrating teachers from all over the world. Since last September, we’ve run a whole host of programmes that teachers have been involved in. From training with us at Picademy to building apocalyptic projects for Pioneers, from running Code Clubs, Dojos, … Continue reading →
With the launch of our first new free online course of 2018 — Scratch to Python: Moving from Block- to Text-based Programming — two weeks away, I thought this would be a great opportunity to introduce you to the ins and outs of the course content so you know what to expect. Moving from Scratch … Continue reading →
If you’re an educator from the UK, chances are you’ve heard of Bett. For everyone else: Bett stands for British Education Technology Tradeshow. It’s the El Dorado of edtech, where every street is adorned with interactive whiteboards, VR headsets, and new technologies for the classroom. Every year since 2014, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has been … Continue reading →
Thinking about New Year’s resolutions? Ditch the gym and tone up your author muscles instead, by writing an article for Hello World magazine. We’ll help you, you’ll expand your knowledge of a topic you care about, and you’ll be contributing something of real value to the computing education community. The computing and digital making magazine … Continue reading →