You might also consider setting up a Pi powered WiFi hotspot with a local copy of Wikipedia and other educational materials. See, for examplesamwich41 wrote:I am sending some raspbian/raspberry pi 3 computers to some poorer communities abroad. I'd like to preload the computers with some cool software for learning. Things like teaching how to type, spelling, learning English, basic coding, science, history etc.
Can anyone direct me to such educational software for me to install on raspbian computers?
This is for kids aged 10-18.
Would this all work flawlessly on Ubuntu mate OS on Pi 3?MarcScott wrote:There's a version of Ubuntu called Edubuntu that comes with lots of education packages. You can see a list of what is included here - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Edubuntu/AppGuide
They might not all be included in the Raspbian repositories however, and you'll need to test them all.
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sudo apt update sudo apt install kdeedu