Edutopia blogger Mark Phillips suggests that a critical piece of student learning is the physical environment of the classroom itself. He offers examples of and resources for turning impersonal spaces into student-friendly havens of learning.
It's funny that right after our last post about Obama's Industrial Revolution speech in 3D, we got confirmation of a rad new program for high schools! Beginning November 12, 2013, individuals and c...
Allison Clasen's insight:
I have recently dabbled with Tinkercad by Autodesk. We are planning to use our new Makerbot with Elementary students. Tinkercad is really user-friendly and will be our program of choice to start printing in the new year!
Papertronics Lunar Modules - These DIY papertoys are a great way to get hands-on and learn about electronics. Papertronics come with three paper toys and all the electronics needed to make them light up.
SpaceBoy, Alien Girl and Tabla Rasa (a blank version to design yourself) included. Turn them into a cool night light, partylights or a fun additions to a room or desk. When the spaceships are put in their landers one way, they light up. Turn them another way and they are off.
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