Will the foundation be doing any sort of TV program a bit like what the BBC did for the Beeb micro.
I was thinking you could broadcast it on Information TV.
I know there is stuff on YouTube. But for schools its probably easier to tune into a TV program or record it for playback later.
And then to tie in with the program you could have programming kits so a PI bundled with SD card with all relevant software etc.and maybe a gert board.
TV programs could start with a Hello world type scenario, and build on that to produce a game and look at controlling a light or two. And or maybe invite the odd forum member or two to submit work for the shows.
Maybe Chris Searle could make a comeback.
Or who would you get to present it. Apart from someone from the foundation.
Here are my top picks
Kate Russell from BBC Click and she used to be on .tv with a computer show Chips with everything. (Also have a signed photo from those early .tv days)
Suzie Perry (from the Gadget Show)
Or have a competition to find a presenter.
Oh and what would you call the program.
Cooking with PI
How to Make PI
Recipes for PI
A piece of PI
The R-PI show