The micro:bit pilot is going very well! The students have taken to the device rather easily and are now able to pretty much help themselves with the trouble shooting. On this day we hooked up all kinds of “stuff” to
LEARN hosted a great session on Scratch 3.0 with a room full of keen educators. The session had lots of discovery and learning going on that all culminated into a “Demo or Die” activity. We had some great demos… makey
LEARN spend some time at Laurentian Elementary (SWLSB) exploring the language of computers… The students explored Scratch, TurtleArt, plus constructed some pretty cool cranky contraptions, Lego vehicles, and artbots. Lots of hard fun for all; the students loved it and
We were able to transform a classroom into a full-on makerspace and then take it all down in a single day! Look at all the learning that go done!
LEARN had great fun at Arundel Elementary school for a few days this winter, working with cycle 2 and 3 on STEAM and learning. Our first challenge together was the Artbot … Lots of hard fun to be had with
LEARN brought their pop-up makerspace to Souvenir Elementary for a day of STEAM challenges. Grade 2 and 3 spent most of their day exploring, building, programming, creating, building, learning… Great fun!
LEARN spent three days at LJA working with the French teachers on oral interaction through an open ended “arti-robot” challenge. Students had to make a robot that drew by itself. Sounds easy? Have a look at the results. More Pictures
On behalf of the DEEN Synergy Committee, Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board, Lester B. Pearson School Board & LEARN are proud to co-host the 1st annual Joint Educational Technology Conference. Mission Statement: To provide teachers with Professional Development in Educational
On the final August Ped Day before school, LEARN visited Grenville Elementary of SWLSB to explore integrating making into their school culture. The morning was filled with excitement, questions, some concerns but lots of making and fruitful discussion. Grenville has a