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Autumn F Jan 14
Hello, I am Autumn and I am excited for tonight's chat.
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Nathan Stevens Jan 14
Q1 is a wayback question.
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Excited to see what tonight brings!
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Mike Afdahl Jan 14
A5: invite them in to experience it!
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Pam Inabinett Jan 14
I agree!
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Susan M. Bearden, CETL 2m
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Alyssa Bryant Jan 14
Replying to @nathan_stevens
A3) Mostly things like cars or anything with wheels! Sometimes those could be good, but others, not so much!
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Nathan Stevens Jan 14
Q6 is here to wrap up the chat
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Mei Liu 1h
Pioneering AI teachers, what activities have you been trying? Recently and I completed a virtual learning series with 4 regional schools about IoT. Students learnt about connected devices, sensors, data security and designed their own smart device.
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kathrynwalka Jan 14
Replying to @nathan_stevens
A1 My favorite toy was my barbies. I would play for hours, everyday! Playing pretend makes the mind grow.
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Alex Kluge Jan 14
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A4: I have been researching and dabbling with
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Mike Afdahl Jan 14
A3b if the toy has a learning goal/purpose. I guess it’s a distraction of the brain to trick it into learning.
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Mike Afdahl Jan 14
A4: I’ve seen legos used well in stem lab/engineering. has been great for all ages - K Ss can use the trace to draw letters, 3rd graders have coded bot to identify story elements, plus transformations, graph of movement in physics/math. Great play too!
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Nathan Stevens Jan 14
A1 for me it was legos, anything I could take apart and sticks
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James Gosser Jan 15
Looking for a good green screen video app that is able to download the video, is not expensive, and easy to use for first graders
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teaglo Jan 15
Want to do more with but finding it all a bit daunting. Here's 10 things you can try from
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Pam Inabinett Jan 14
A3b: I used games all the time and the Ss LOVED it!
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