In this first kick at the can I will be unboxing some servo motors and hooking them up to a Micro:bit. Once they’re hooked up, what can we create with them? Curriculum Connections: I followed the technological design process from
The LEARN team was at Montreal’s Canadian Wide Science Fair in May where we presented “Making a case for makerspaces,” and welcomed students from across Canada to our interactive booth. It was three wonderful days of making with teachers and students.
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
The LEARN Team was requested for a third day at Dorset Elementary for the grade 5’s to partake in our STEAM Challenge day. It was an exciting day with students building homopolar engines, 3D flowers, programming robots, designing pinwheels, art bots,
Families were invited to come to the KCJ offices to do some Scratch programming on April 9th. The LEARN team was on site to feature some of the work that we have been doing with programming, circuits and robotics. We had a somewhat
LEARN opened up its’ doors to QAIS (Quebec Association of Independent Schools) to experience an open creative space. Liberians, teachers, consultants, coordinators experimented and collaborated with e-Textiles, programming, robotics, cardboard engineering, circuitry. It was a full day of great conversations
On February 12th, 2016 LEARN opened up its’ creative space for the first time to educators from across Quebec. The following are pictures of the day. Interested in joining in on the creativity? Registration Form All good creative days start with