Monthly Archives: May 2015

A Montessori

Much as I would like to see the concept of making and the ideas from the Makerspace in every classroom, having a space with all of the equipment open at a commonly available time (such as lunch in our case) … Continue reading

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3D Printing Lessons & More for Students

Three Dimensional printing did sound esoteric when I decided to embark upon the adventure. Having seen the potential of the tool, I decided to apply for a grant which got approved. After discussing the options with our then CTO, I … Continue reading

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A Varied use of the Makerspace – Baylands Dioramas

So far, having written about several technology related projects in the Barron Park Maker Studio, it is time to write about a project that was of a different nature, was extremely engaging for the students while delivering learning results, connecting Science, some engineering and … Continue reading

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Makerspaces and the Writing Process

No matter what the age, writing is an integral part of our lives. In K-5, where writing is practiced and/or taught on a daily basis, every student is familiar with the writing process. You brainstorm ideas, shortlist, design, plan, then … Continue reading

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