Month: February 2015

3D printed LED mounts.

February 26, 2015

Classroom Noise Meter | 3D Printing in the Classroom

At the beginning of the year my school district adopted a new program for classroom management. I’m not sure if we have ever had a district-wide program for that, but we do now. A new program means new training, and we had a few meetings about our new program. Here’s a link to a description […]

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This is what the file of the microscope looks like on the computer.

February 19, 2015

First Original Microscope | 3D Printing in the Classroom

I introduced the microscope project to my class some time ago and I was really excited about it. That project has languished due to other pressing projects. However, we have not given up and I am happy to report that we have printed our first original microscope. Of course, you rarely get it right on […]

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Putting the R.I.F.F. together.

February 12, 2015

It’s All About the Process | Arduino in the Classroom

Last week my class completedĀ it’s first successful Arduino projects. I have another project that is brewing. It is still a few weeks away though, in the meantime I have asked my student to capture her process. The Educreation video below is what she came up with. I think it is fantastic. Unfortunately, this student is […]

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The first Arduino project from my class. This project was taken from Sylvia's Super Awesome Project Book.

February 5, 2015

First Arduino Project

Before school started this year I got my hands on a few Arduino kits. I have been eager to introduce them to my students but really haven’t had the time. This last week I was finally able to get it into the hands of one of my students. I picked up a copy of Sylvia’s […]

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