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Learning Reimagined Oct 18
Ch-ch-changes… Podcast about the rate of change, or lack of it, in education featuring interview with via
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InfosysFoundationUSA 12h
Mt. Lebanon family increases efforts to provide more .
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Mark Littlefield 20h
I think I found a future developer for you.
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BloomfieldTech 20h
The cardboard part of the maker space is “organized”
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Sharon A. Thompson Oct 18
Congrats!! Awesome job
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Lindsay Balfour Oct 18
It's happening: After nearly 2 months of intense planning, I'm heading to Ghana in November for 3 weeks to facilitate great opportunities in Accra and Winchi schools partnering with UNESCO.
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EdSurge 1h
What to Put in Your (and How to Pay for It) (2017)
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ώ𝒽ⓘ丅ŇᗴⓎ 𝕋ᑌ𝐑ή𝔼𝓻 19h
“Wisdom begins in wonder” Socrates -
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JackieGerstein Ed.D. 15h
Students are beginning their modern day version of the Day of the Dead - Día de los Muertos Ofrendas by decorating paper skulls & then creating paper circuits-LED lit eyes.
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 Derrall Garrison Oct 17
Books are ready for our maker cart pilot
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Stephanie Passman 16h
Yes. We use to go after all these ideas!
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Astrid P**t 3h
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paul shircliff 23h
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Laura Fleming 14h
Don’t just create a makerspace, create a GREAT makerspace! Learn how, step-by-step, in my newest book!
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Corey Abrams 15h
Use bricks to create a code. Then students can build and de-code secret messages!
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Makey Makey 22h
Introducing our next big challenge! This fall we'd like to see your classrooms and libraries invent some collaborative mazes and obstacle courses with ! Are you in?
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Laura Fleming Oct 15
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NJTEEA 19h
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BloomfieldTech 20h
Then our stools were delivered! Stools + packaging cardboard = makerspace win!
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Mike Howard Oct 19
Bet you didn't know that rubber bands last longer when refrigerated. Share with students.
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