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The Tinkering Studio promotes thinking with your hands while experimenting with art, science, technology, and delightful ideas. At the Exploratorium!
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 21
Replying to @DarthScience
Nicely done ~ there was some seriously creative circuitry taking place in your part of the machine ~ you & Casey made a great team!
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Scratch Team Sep 21
Are you interested in helping kids develop as creative learners? Join us on Oct. 9 for a new round of ! Sign up here: .
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 20
TT ~ In today's final discussion the importance of reflection came up again & again - we were reminded of this oldie but goodie Dewey quote: "We do not learn from experience...we learn from reflecting on experience."
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Deanna Gelosi Sep 19
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 19
Replying to @missfenollosa @dr
More context might help -- it was intended as a positive stance or slogan to encourage people to try tinkering! Would that work in Spain?
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 19
~~ Hard not to love this hashtag as related to making & tinkering thnx .laserchick
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 19
SO gratifying to hear "Your 'learning dimensions' are the reason I was able to come to this workshop" We treasure the opportunity to look at learning with educators from around the globe ! / thanks 4 your enthusiasm & commitment to children
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 17
Well, technically -- this is a solder sucker too -- but we totally know what you mean about it being a great skill that's fun & easy to learn! 😉
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 17
We're kicking off in style ~~ Learn to solder & "make" yourself stand out in the crowd. Join the CoP (Community of Practice) in their Maker Space Saturday morning to create your own hi-tech wearable Not coming to the conference?
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 17
Really cool ~ gotta love the way 4 yr olds think!
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 17
One of the best things about tinkering is continuously being surprised by the creative ideas people come up with -- congrats / thanks for sharing your pics & thoughts ~~ Hurray for !
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 15
Always fun to see what happens when playful educators meet-up for BAME — 🐙💜
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 14
Not all edible - but they are clever.
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 14
Diggin’ the “LEGO pegboard” top piece
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 14
Rome wasn't built in a day ~ but our Maker Space @ ASTC will be ~ it's happening on Sept 28th in Hartford 54 people from 42 museums will create a pop-up experience around Making & Tinkering to share with conference attendees / do some crazy things!
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 13
It's happening tonight -- if you're an educator interested in micro:bit & Scratch -- come join us!
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Colleen Graves Sep 11
Join us tomorrow for a casual convo on kits, tinkering, and making with some awesome . This free webinar is courtesy of and ! Pre-register here:
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 11
Agree with - lots of ideas out 4 for making with HS'ers // but learning more about your specific context would help w/suggestions. The projects page on our website & ideas on the blog are used by teachers working w/same age group, but tailoring to suit their needs
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The Tinkering Studio Sep 11
Edible geometry.....probably tastes better than it sounds. looks awesome!
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