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Keke || Illustrator || Aug 9
Throwback to one of my favorite commissions ever done. I am so proud of this piece and can’t wait to create more like it! This piece was created solely out of dots...millions of them I’m sure
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saskia leggett Sep 26
Thursday > Taco Tuesday 🐢🌀
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Zak Thompson Apr 26
Our first-fourth graders are obsessed with . We’re having fun testing different applications for the designs. I actually had a student excitedly yell out “I need to go get a protractor!”
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Brian C. Smith 10 Mar 19
So impressed by the programming of our grade 7/8 students. Especially these fantastic pieces of digital art coded by our female students. Their creativity is to be admired.
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Aaron Reuland Feb 28
Got away and spent some of break last week on a beautiful Florida beach. Picking up shells, I couldn’t stop thinking about how to make the patterns in . Challenged my students this week- What patterns do you see? How can you express them with math and code?
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Simon Mong Oct 31
A student did this and I found a turtle in it :-)
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James Tiffin Jr. 10 May 18
My favorite activity, w/the most beautiful of payoffs... Gr1/Gr2 creators discover thru experimentation that the numbers assigned to colors has an underlining pattern. Then, they harness that knowledge to code amazing vibrant designs!
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James Tiffin Jr. 30 Apr 18
The Hexagon Mural, a project inspired by , adorns the walls thanks to the work of the Gr2 creators. Each pattern was designed in , and then the process shared by made the of the tiles possible
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herpetALLogy May 15
We have some amazingly talented out here in , this stunning painting of my favourite - the Spotted Pond Turtle (Geoclemys hamiltonii) was gifted to me! I get really happy every time I get to go home & see this on my cupboard :)
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Simon Mong Jul 11
We are making bookmarks again with turtlestitch and cutting machine.They made a block to draw diffrent sized lines with a right angle to get the basic idea of vectors.
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James Tiffin Jr. 16 Apr 18
The start of the Gr2 Mural has found its way onto the walls! Thank you to for the idea & inspiration, and to for sharing the knowhow on taking to (check out his books to learn how to do it!)
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The Tinkering Studio 25 May 18
So amazing to be running a workshop with the team that developed it + notable friends: Cynthia Solomon, Brian Silverman, Artemis Papert, and Margaret Minsky!
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Julia Dweck Aug 12
STEM peeps: I need suggestions. Love this project from book, The Art of Digital Fabrication. Since we’re already embroidering & heat pressing code in other projects, can u suggest something else to engrave in the acrylic that’s meaningful?
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Stephanie Muscat Jul 30
Animation becomes motivation to make incremental changes in computationally generated patterns at the
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Stephanie Muscat Jun 12
The to vinyl cutter workflow that we tried out on the museum floor with during her residency feels like just the beginning! please lmk if you adapt, build, modify, or veer wildly:
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Colleen Graves Dec 12
Thanks for the kaleidoscope workshop, !
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Yorath Designs 6 Sep 18
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ABamber 17h
I had a few questions for this as I ran by him. 🐢 What can you see in this pond? Have you been to the other ponds in the park or just this one? Where do you sleep?
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Mindy 🐐 2 Mar 19
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Aaron Reuland Jan 27
Cool. Just got word I’m presenting at Medfield’s Design Your Learning Day. “More than just an hour: 8 playful activities to spark a passion for coding in your students”. , Scratch, physical computing, computational creatures, more!
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