Monthly Archives: June 2012

First Year of Case Study – Observations

I saw some interesting things in the first year of the seven-year longitudinal case study of engineering skills of young children from grades K to 6.  Each year, they will be given a variety of materials and be asked to … Continue reading

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Teacher Interview – How Is Robotics Different Than More Traditional Activities?

I found this grade 5 teacher very inspiring in her willingness to try something new.  Her experience with robotics was obviously very affirming to me  because what I have been trying to do is having an impact on teachers and … Continue reading

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I am going to judge a robotics competition in Ashburnham today. I think it will be very gratifying to see what they are doing from the grant I started a few years back. Sometimes, when you do professional development for … Continue reading

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