Tag: engineering

Maker movement brings tinkering and technology to everyone (interview with Gary Stager)

Gary Stager was interviewed recently by the Alberta Teachers Association. Read this provocative interview, here. Maker movement brings tinkering and technology to everyone

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Invent To Learn Workshop (Gary)

Dr. Stager returns to Victoria, Australia to lead a day-long Invent To Learn workshop in Mildura, Victoria.

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Invent To Learn Workshops for Victoria, Australia Public Schools (Gary)

Dr. Gary returns to Australia to lead a series of Invent To Learn workshops for the Victoria State Department of Education and Training in the following locations. Monday 2nd May – Dallas Brooks Primary School (Dallas, Victoria) Tuesday 3rd May

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2016 Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) Annual Conference (Sylvia panel)

Sylvia is an invited presenter for a panel on innovation at the 2016 Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) Annual Conference ASEE’s annual Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) provides an opportunity for engineering deans- and only deans- to gather and discuss the crucial

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Extreme Engineering Camp (Gary)

Gary is leading an Extreme Engineering Camp for 1st – 8th graders at The Willows Community School. Join The Willows’ own Dr. Gary Stager for a week of exciting engineering adventures! Build your own personal (Raspberry Pi) computer to take home, invent

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NYC Reggio Workshop – 3rd date added by request

The first two workshops sold-out quickly. Register today for a 3rd and final workshop! Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom in a Reggio Emilia Context This is a unique one-time only workshop combining a hands-on Invent To Learn workshop with a

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Precision is precious

This article 3D PRINTING AND LEGOS: PERFECT TOGETHER is a great example of an engineering principle that says that you should only be precise where precision is necessary. Unnecessary precision is a waste of time, money, and resources. The article shows a prototype

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