I have read a lot about creating design-oriented learning spaces for students to spark their creativity and collaboration (see the links below). has anyone planed a design space (or maker space) or…Continue
I would like to start a discussion about 3D printers. Over the years, I have toyed with the idea of using robotics in my Digital Literacy classes. I thought Lego was mostly geared towards navigating a course. I also looked at Vex and Hummingbird Robotics as more general purpose and flexible.I have dropped my investigation in favor of 3D PRINTERS. 3D printers are computer-controlled milling machines that cast small objects out of plastic. I like it because it a tactile project, similar to…See More
"I do something similar to this quite often. I teach game development, and shortly after the class begins, I start letting the students shape things. It has to still be in a target that I feel comfortable with, and that I feel won't…"
Technology Coordinator and math teacher (6-8) at a private school in Connecticut. Grad student in Ed & Tech. Second career teacher after 15 years on Wall Street. Love learning and my PLN is like oxygen
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