Month: June 2015

Arduinos in the Classroom ?

This is an answer to Sylvia’s blog post: I would say from my perspective with a yes and a no (in German it is called “Jain”). It depends largely on how old the students and what is the current key content in the classroom. In classes with younger students it is certainly much better… Read more »

OpenSCAD in a classroom

In the last school year, I initiated the 3D print workshop at the Montessori School in Potsdam. One of the common problems is which method can be used in the classroom to create 3D objects. In the subsequent 3d-print there are several good open source programs in which the print can be prepared. We use… Read more »

Making it real – constructionism comes to life

The 2014/2015 FabLearn Fellows are a diverse group of 18 educators and makers. They represent eight states and five countries, and work with a wide range of ages at schools, museums, universities and non-profits. Throughout the course of the year, they will develop curriculum and resources, as well as contribute to current research projects. Their blogs represent… Read more »