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Stu Lowe Aug 18
Big update to our Makerspace safety posters for primary school. All available to download here: I'll keep adding more (and improving some) in this folder as the year goes on. Usual disclaimers, etc.. these are our opinions you may want to modify.
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Demco Aug 23
Get the school year off to a great start with these ideas from .
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Rob Harsch Aug 21
This is current state of the makerspace and the view out my back window. I’m so excited to get it set up. This school year WILL be fantastic.
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Jon Campbell Aug 22
Starting an electronics and robotics course in September and I'm looking to replace "teacher" with something more in the vein. Advisor? Mentor? Guide?
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Stu Lowe Aug 21
Wooden frame lantern making for mid autumn festival has started with this group. lovely to see our Mandarin teaching staff being the first to use the new maker space. The studemts made reed straw prototypes, then drew designs with measurements and started cutting wood.
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Deanna McBeath Aug 21
5 days before school starts; was just assigned a “gifted” 5th grade math class. Apparently these 5 kids are ready for 7th grade content. Need recos for teaching this nontraditionally? Project-based? Maker Math? What would Seymour Papert do?
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Ben Smith Aug 23
My new posters in my classroom.
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HMW? Design Bot 54m
What if we better understand system social justice?
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Kristy Reagan 20h
In Cookeville today for the 2019 VITAL Google Summit? Join me for Make It Work! Building School Based Makerspaces at 10:40!
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StickTogether Aug 23
Vote for your favorite of our 4 Animal Collection images by leaving a comment. We will give away one kit for the winning image next week!
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Josh Wood Aug 23
Exciting times with the addition of another laser cutter in our .
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Mark Holmes Aug 21
This is awesome ( assuming no fish were hurt in this scene).
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Mr. Kurada's Class Aug 23
Our students have expanded their wire working skills this past week. Today they learned how to use pliers and manipulated a piece of wire to represent something or tell a story. The first photo shown is from a student that said “It is my hair!”
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Stu Lowe Aug 20
Prototype lanterns came out rather nice. Our Chinese classes in Y6 are giving students choices of projects for mid-autumn festival and one will involve developing wood and LED lanterns of their own design. Can't wait to see what they create.
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Jonathan Schmid Aug 23
Like humans, crows are more optimistic after making tools to solve a problem – Harvard Gazette
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Maker Maven Aug 22
This is a great poster for paper sculpture techniques. Show us your posters!
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Mrs. Bisson Aug 23
Closing out the week with some faculty maker goodness. Snow globes reminding us of ideas we want to hold on to this year.
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Katy Noelle Scott Aug 16
— and our students — do not exist independently of the current political circumstances. Educators simply cannot be effective if they’re not engaging in political discourse with and on behalf of their students.
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Consilience 6h
Empower your students' learning through making and tinkering by participating in our MAKER EDUCATOR CERTIFICATE program at the Frankfurt International School from April 22nd to April 25th, 2020. Find out more and register at:   
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Mark Littlefield Aug 20
Cutting with cardboard saws today for our first activity in second grade.
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