The micro:bit is a great addition to any STEM curriculum.
Is it possible to take the best parts of Madeline’s model and adapt it to a world that needs our students to be engaged, informed, and knowledgable citizens?
STEM action is something all content areas can embrace as they engage students in authentic learning.
To get the most out of our school gardens, students have built sensors and monitors using Raspberry Pis.
“Sphero and littleBits are on a mission to make hands-on learning fun and memorable,” said Paul Berberian, Sphero’s CEO.
SAM Labs is a programming site where students develop engineering skills by using SAM blocks and the SAM Space app to create, modify, or enhance designs.
This review of the specifications, performance and capacity of the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B will help educators decide if it's the technology of choice for their innovative STEM classrooms
Workbench is a PBL platform where students can complete STEAM tasks using everything from basic art supplies to technologies such as Sphero, Makey Makey, Raspberry Pi, and more.
The projects offer well-crafted tutorials, guides, and videos, which are tremendously easy to follow.
In true Project Based Learning the project uncovers and facilitates the learning of significant content.
This year’s conference highlighted so many ways to use Google apps and tools to engage learners and make grading, assessment, feedback, pbl, gamification, student engagement, collaboration, student choice, and student voice easy to do!
“By giving students the ability to create their own vehicles, test their skills, and refine their product, we provide hands-on learning opportunities that let students explore and discover,” said Shai Goitein, CEO and Founder of POWERUP Toys.
DFRobot will showcase its hands-on learning resources including the full suite of Boson Kits, micro:Maqueen, Max:bot, LattePanda, Mind+, Gravity and Internet of Things Kits.
Gizmos & Gadgets is an app for the littleBits platform that uses electronic building blocks that can be combined and recombined to make endless inventions.
Let’s take a look at these ten areas, and also how we as educators can use PBL as a vehicle for authentic student-centered learning.