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paul shircliff 17h
anyone have their Ss go through an "instructables" to get an idea on project flow or have them create an "instructables"?
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Matt Zigler 17h
This year I'm using and . I've created a general structure that kids will fill in over the trimester. Pictures, videos, links and some written and video reflections. They can present straight from the Sutori.
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Heather Lister šŸŒˆ 17h
So I absolutely agree with the power of documenting the process. I'd love to know HOW you all have your students document the process? Is it structured? Analog? Digital?
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David Lockett 17h
Just arriving for . Recording the process is essential to the overall learning process.
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Rob Morrill Sep 13
Sticky magnets on Lego base plates create a movable Lego marble run on magnetic white board.
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Sam Patterson šŸ¦™ 17h
Sam in Culver City California. Hello
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Stu Lowe 17h
These two groups combined some of their moving creations to create a game, love it.
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paul shircliff 17h
sorry to leave early , but, until next week šŸ‘‹
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Kathi Kersznowski Sep 13
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paul shircliff 17h
Replying to @nathan_stevens
, need two hands to build and one more to video
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Stu Lowe Sep 17
The pull strings robot arms are working great!
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Sam Patterson šŸ¦™ 17h
When we record the process, we can study it. Have done a time lapse movement study of my class
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Mrs. Bisson Sep 13
First graders are rolling up their sleeves and getting to know paper as a building material.
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Stu Lowe Sep 10
A look inside a session with our 7 and 8 year olds this morning starting to learn how cardboard models can be made to move. It's a skills building time for a later project and they have sessions over these next few weeks to create any moving models they want to
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paul shircliff 17h
are there other "TV shows" like Adam Savage's that show the maker/creative process for kids to learn from?
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Sam Patterson šŸ¦™ Sep 16
If you want your students to make anything, the first thing you need to do is allow them to make a mess. (Then guide them in cleaning it up)
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Stu Lowe 17h
Pleased with how the examples of moving model mechanisms has grown over the last week or so. Must find a more permanent way or place to display similar things for the kids to refer to.
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LEGO Education Sep 9
It's time to put the "A" in STEAM for ! Check out these lessons for inspiration:
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Stu Lowe Sep 16
A 7 year old student made this nice working winder while experimenting with making cardboard models move
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Nathan Stevens 17h
We use a 3 question model after each day or time we build.
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