By Kristie Veitch Mobile Maker Kits are a part of BVSDs new initiative to bring “learning by doing” back in classrooms. Read all about them here. So, you’re looking at this mobile maker kit thinking, “my students will enjoy it but how do I turn this into activities that generate rigorous learning?” Kids love making […]
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A Great Place to Learn (and Maybe Find a Co-founder) for your startup by Linz Craig I made a widget and it’s pretty awesome. Next I have to make 100 more widgets and tell everyone how awesome they are. I look back at that sentence and it almost sounds like I’m going around […]
Written by Patricia Jarvis, Ph.D. /Bixby School We all have a wonderful challenge: Our children are born as creators, scientists, thinkers, and makers! Yet how do we nurture and foster their natural curiosity at home? How do we create spaces at home that support their explorations and allow for the all important “messing about” […]
Have you heard? There is an exciting new service in the Denver area dedicated to providing hands-on and fun science education for children from preschool to fifth grade. Science Made Fun brings age appropriate, fun science experiments directly to your school, camp or party – no bus, no fuss! Try an experiment now This is the […]