LED, GPIO, wires, boards, resistors, screens, mice, keyboards, music, breadboards, robots, Scratch, SonicPi, programming, coding, communicating, collaborating, sensors, sharing, supporting, learning, ah ha moments, problem solving… and this just scratches the surface as to the kinds of things we did
LEARN hosted the MAST-DEEN table to a day of making. Math, Science, Technology (MST) consultants from across Quebec visited our space to discuss, experience and learn about the possibilities of makerspaces in their schools. Some very interesting discussions were had
LEARN was invited to share growth and maker mindset with the work oriented training program mentoring initiative at Concordia University. We brainstormed about what learning really looks like, we challenged participants to a team building bridge building design, and explored
LEARN hosted yet another to capacity group of educators to explore creative spaces. Lots of fun was had by all… Our largest project to day was hatched. Have a look!
September 16th was LEARN’s first OCS of 2016-2017… We had a Blast! Another full house of educators making, experimenting, discussing, collaborating, laughing, reflecting, screaming at times, BUT learning continuously… Learners made bug bots, flashy bookmarks, spinning wires, animations, wedo lego bots,
On June 10 LEARN welcomed 15 students and two educators from the Quebec Christian Online School to LEARN’s Open Creative Space. The students participated in STEAM challenges throughout the day, learning about design, programming, conductivity, complex machines, electricity and much more.
LEARN hosted a full house on its final Open Creative Space of the 2015-2016 school year held on May 27th. Educators from all walks of life came together to create, collaborate and experience an open mindset. Below are some of the pictures
LEARN hosted educators from around Quebec for its second Open Creative Space day on March 18th. It was once again a full house, with educators making robot art, makey makey floor pianos, littleBits robots, programming with scratch and raspberry Pi,