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Thieme Hennis

Home « MOOC Campus - 1 views

    Very cool: offline campus focused on open online education and DIY learning principles. "What We Do The idea is simple. Online and DIY learners unite at a beautiful mountain resort to live an extraordinary lifestyle in a dynamic community of smart and motivated people."
Deborah Baillesderr

Skills - DIY - 42 views

    "DIY is the best app to learn new skills and make awesome friends!"
Jørgen Mortensen

Kids Learning Skills and Being Awesome. - DIY - 88 views

    I love this site. This site provides a safe online space for children to upload their art, craft and design creations to share with the whole world. For teachers, it is a great place to find inspiration for your own class projects.
    The DIY online club awards badges (called 'Skills' on the site) to students and kids of all ages in exchange for completing tasks. DIY Makers share their work with the community and get patches for the Skills they earn. Each Skill consists of a set of Challenges that help them learn techniques to get the hang of it. Once a Maker completes a Challenge, they add photos and video to their Portfolio to show what they did.

Resources | Project Based Learning | BIE - 19 views

    We have assembled a wide array of PBL-related resources created by BIE and collected from fellow PBL travelers. The resources are organized into three broad categories: things to read, to watch, or to interact with. If you would like to take a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) approach to learning about PBL, then check out the recommend resources for teachers, coaches, principals, and district leaders. The featured resources have a note on "How Can You Use It?" We also suggest starting your DIY experience by purchasing one of BIE's books.
BalancEd Tech

DIY Professional Development: Resource Roundup | Edutopia - 60 views

  • There are a range of activities/workshops here: I'd recommend iPad Exploration, Apps Taskonomy & WIKId Wide Walls to start with.
Margaret Moore-Taylor

Blog - DIY - 20 views

    a site that allows kids to upload photos of their projects and share it with their friends, family, and the public. The site was developed for student use and is safe and secure, without any personal avatar photos needed. The information is linked to a teachers or parents email. students can upload videos of the projects they have or are making to in order to demonstrate how you can recreate the project. It is a free site and can be used with any ages. Click on the links in the blog to go to the signup page.
Thieme Hennis

Educade | Find, create and share lesson plans and teaching tools to empower your classroom - 3 views

    DIY Lesson plans and materials for K12 and above. Very cool platform. Example project: USE MAKEY MAKEY TO DESIGN A VIDEOGAME CONTROLLER Students design and make controllers with clay, Play-Doh, bananas, or whatever they desire and link their controller through circuits to their laptop with this innovative circuit board kit. GRADE LEVEL: 4-9 Created by Agustin Molfino Curriculum Writer PLATFORM TYPE LIKE SHARE
Kelvin Thompson

How To Make your Own Interactive Whiteboard - 178 views

    need an interactive whiteboard? have $100? teacher-made video: in-class demo of #DIY interactive whiteboard
    My husband used this to create his own whiteboard about three years ago. His colleagues and administration were so impressed!
Galadriel Chilton

Filth Wizardry: DIY spinny spellers and repurposing Duplo bricks - 55 views

    • Galadriel Chilton
      A great idea for literacy/reading; wondering how such an idea could also be expanded/evolved for information literacy instruction?
    • Annemarie Rodriguez
      I am not sure what you mean by information literacy. Could you clarify?
Ed Webb

DIY Animation with GoAnimate | TechTicker - 1 views

  • Certainly there is the entertainment element to this service, however I also see a great deal of potential for educational value as well. The Common Craft Show has shown us that hand-drawn explanations – completely devoid of a single on-screen pixel – can be used to effectively explain social media concepts. I think GoAnimate could do much the same.
  • I’m hoping that there will be a way to download the cartoons you create, and/or upload them to your YouTube account – because I prefer to keep all my digital media stored more or less in the same place.

Make a Movie Projection Screen out of Tyvek Wrap - DIY - Lifehacker - 59 views

    If you'd rather spend your hard earned money on actual projection and sound hardware rather than a screen, check out this tutorial for turning Tyvek into an on-the-cheap projection screen.
Brian Davies

You Built What?!: A Remote-Controlled Robo-Arm | Popular Science - 2 views

    A great example of a young innovator and the benefits of play and prototype.  Should have been a Tony Wagner case study.
    Wow! This is amazing!!
Mr. Mohan

Why Buy When You Can DIY? This Startup Lets You Do Both | Wired Design | - 1 views

    • Mr. Mohan
      why are people going to choose your site/company?
  • big challenge will be differentiating Kollabora from other big sites with engaged communities.
  • aesthetics and design
  • ...4 more annotations...
  • Curation is also very important
  • moving away from tech and becoming more emotional.
  • human element of curation
  • combining content, commerce and community
Thieme Hennis

Hack the City at Berlin Fablab & Betahaus - Hackidemia - 18 views

    What to do on a maker-workshop? Here some ideas for organizers. Make music with Makey Makey CNC cut marble track Program with Arduino Illustrate your dreams Build your own microscope and test the Berlin Water Quality A video game about the city's future development Grow roots and wings with Toywheel Furniture design with a laser cutter Dancing drones (a Dronenschwarm through a Web browser program) Robots upcycled A video game about the city's future development Kids have a dream Grow roots and wings with Toywheel
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