Just like STEAM, this is a little bit of a lot of things mashed together in an EduAwesome way: Hour of Code, Kahoot, makerspace, Scratch, iPhoneography, Mystery Hangouts, and collaborative Google maps.
Here are websites we visited that will make your classroom more student-centered:
Here are links to paper circuitry sessions:
At its core, a makerspace empowers students to take charge of their own learning. Learn how teacher- and student-captured documentation and assessment helps drive prototyping.
Hillbrook Making Examples
|K||Drone Observations, Small groups, Bee Bots|
|1||ICE time, Code Sphero, textiles, Cube Project|
|2||ALFY, Dogzilla catapult|
|3||ACE Hour, BreakoutEDU, Hillbrook Sound Project, Greek Play, Scribble Bots|
|4||ACE Hour, Bubble maker|
|5||Problem-Based Science, hard problem x 2|
|6||Unit of Measure character, Planet model, Robotics with NXT|
|7||Artificial Limb, Ancient artifact archaeology|