Evening Workshop with Carrie Anne Philbin

Wednesday 5 August 2015, 4.30-6.30pm Powerhouse Museum

A unique opportunity for science, technology and maths teachers as well as curriculum leaders to engage with a global leader in STEM education, Carrie Anne Philbin (UK). Build your classroom confidence with STEM learning and connect with individuals, networks, and organisations committed to developing and sharing learning materials, platforms and ongoing support.


Carrie Anne Philbin is an award winning secondary computing & ICT teacher, author & YouTuber. She currently leads the education mission for the Raspberry Pi Foundation. She is the author of ‘Adventures in Raspberry Pi’, a computing book for teenagers wanting to get started with Raspberry Pi and programming. Winner of Teach Secondary magazine’s Technology & Innovation Best Author award 2014. Carrie is an evangelist for her subject, and often speaks at conferences like BETT, Raspberry Jamboree, YRS and PyconUK. In 2015, she was elected to the board of the Python Software Foundation where she hopes to continue to push diversity in STEM through education.