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DesignMakeTeach Jun 9
Full pterodactyl costume fabricated in the Make a Mascot workshop during field day
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Maker Maven Jun 12
Wow, we love this quote from . Couldn't agree more!
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Maker Maven Jun 11
Introduce robotics to your students with Pete the Cat! Want to add more? Try a follow up lesson with Sphero SPRK+!
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DesignMakeTeach Jun 13
My is a fish bowl in center of school. Thinking about vinyl on windows labeling tools visible from outside. Quick mock-up on my phone. What do you think?
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Krissy Venosdale Jun 14
Thinking of forming a tiny cohort of making in the elementary classroom - maybe a Slack channel, monthly GHOs next school year. We can share ideas, issues, and motivate each other - without all the "noise" on Twitter. Anyone else interested? No pressure.
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Jacie Maslyk 14h
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Krissy Venosdale 14h
More about The Edumakery... a little maker edu cohort... a Slack Channel, a monthly podcast, a small group Google Hangout, sharing of projects across schools, tips for each other, a book study... maybe even creative challenges for us as makers ourselves?
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Melanie Mulcaster Jun 12
Looking for a company that will run sewing workshops in school located in the GTA area...had one but have forgotten! :} Ideas?
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JC Diamond 3h
This summer I'll continue to develop programs for students. Programs must effectively address the unique social, emotional, physical, intellectual and career needs of students (k-21) with a wide range of disability.
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Project Makerspace Jun 12
Have Maker Cart, will travel! Just completed pilot program at local HS
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Rob Poulter Jun 14
The mechanics for a fire breathing salamander from a pair of my year 8s. IR line follower as a short range motion sensor trigger, 8 long strip of RGB LEDs, and a linear actuator on a standard servo for extending the light strip.
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Julia Dweck 6h
Looking good . I look forward to working with you again. You do such great things with our students.
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Nathan Larsen Jun 11
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Stu Lowe Jun 10
Brought down some mannequins, fabrics and pins to the explore, play, learn session with our 5 year old students this morning. These young fashion designers were so excited and made some amazing outfits.
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Jennifer Freedman Jun 14
Final day of ended with Ss sharing their successes. This student built a prototype for a motorized car that bring items to you!
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Antonio Scordo 9h
Joy using CircuitPlayground Express for the first time! Haven't even put their own code on it that they just made! I can't wait to see them when they get their own code on it.
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Jeremy Mularella Jun 11
Printing some student designed cookie cutters and earbud holders
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James Tiffin Jr. 1h
Summer Work in the Makerspace | Building Capacity via
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Matthew Craig 11h
Laying out the case that an is nothing without THINGS. Things are made by people. People connected to people using machines...rural or urban
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JC Diamond Jun 14
End of year classroom activities? Two of my schools are doing Hoop Flyers (and learning about flight) and a third will be building catapults (and learning about fulcrums). They'll learn while getting out and throwing things around! SO MUCH FUN!
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