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Maker Maven Aug 17
Who's got some extra globes lying around? Perfect for libraries & would be a great makerspace activity!
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Paul Eremenko Aug 13
Can anyone point me to some STEM programs (anywhere in the world) that employ novel, unconventional approaches to get middle schoolers interested in the subject? If they have a hands-on making-things aspect, that's a plus!
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Maker Maven Aug 16
This Felt Tetris idea is awesome! Does anyone have anything like this in their makerspace?
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ISB Invention Center Aug 14
Day 1 robotics marble run stick challenge
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Stu Lowe Aug 16
Sorry for just sharing storage at the moment 😁. It's nice to see lots more of the new maker stuff and spaces coming together around the school.
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Patrick Benfield Aug 18
What a fun surprise this morning: the class set of blocks that I backed via arrived!
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Shannon DeSantis 13h
Just got this wonderful creative piece of technology for the library! Oh the possibilities!
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Makey Makey Aug 13
Hack a clothespin to make kid-friendly alligator clips (also known as test leads) for your ! Easier and safer for little fingers.
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Gary M. Donahue 5h
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Ben Smith Aug 15
"The culture of a has a direct impact on student learning" - and the culture of the space is more important than equipment or resources On the impact of in K-12 education:
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Matt Argüello 17h
Hey , , folks - Do you know of someone doing interesting & important work in tech that would also like to share with young students in LA? Artists, activists, developers, inventors, designers, scientists...
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markpicketts Aug 17
new faculty share their creativity by collaborating to build creed machines in a favorite opening of school tradition.
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Erin Riley Aug 16
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Kevin Day Aug 19
Two great tastes that taste great together. goodness from coast to coast
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3 Sanford Aug 14
Today’s purchase. Excellent for introducing the Maker approach.
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Maker Maven 12h
Check out these awesome cardboard attachment techniques! Originally by Sarah Wyman, art teacher at Festus Elementary School.
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Stu Lowe Aug 18
Top up supplies for some upcoming projects in our making spaces from the DIY store
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Maker Maven 22h
This quote from really represent what the Maker Movement is all about! Give us a like if you agree.
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Tricia Fuglestad ☕️ Aug 11
Replying to @NBCMakingIt
Found it! made from pool noodles! so cool! Just have to figure out the wood base and fabric floor (which probably helps keep the shape) Great place for Ss to read!
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Travis Lape Aug 18
you are an incredible friend! What a surprise to have come in the mail! My 3 year old is having fun setting up codes.
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