Halloween is the perfect time to test out the new Hummingbird Bit from Birdbrain Tech. My plan is to create a remotely controlled ghastly ghost or scary skull, something that can be triggered at a little distance to light up and move. For $6, I picked up a hanging phantom from Target. It's not mechanical... Continue Reading →
I am forever seeking for a new/better tool for 2D design in my work with students. While I use Adobe Illustrator regularly for my graphic design work, the application is often overkill for my middle school students, both in cost and feature set. They need a way to create shapes, modify those shapes, add text,... Continue Reading →
Scratch promotes the four attributes of Personalized Learning; Student Voice, Co-Creation, Social Construction and Self-Discovery.
There is no limit to what we can learn, so why limit yourself? Pursue your passions at a pace that suits your needs.
We love technology with low floors, high ceilings and wide walls. Learn why these three tools fit that description well...
Documentation is an essential component in the learning process, for students, teachers, everyone. Here are some tools and strategies that I use to help students and teachers document their valuable work.
A new course and a new book from Mitch Resnick and the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab