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The Blobz Guide to Electric Circuits

The Blobz Guide to Electric Circuits

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Paper Circuits Book - Makerspaces.com The 2nd Edition is now filled with 250+ MakerEd & Makerspace Resources Download the ebook here This latest edition is a collection of over 250+ resources to help you with your makerspace and maker education program. This ebook will be revised quarterly in order to add the latest resources available and to make sure all links are active. Staff Picks: Sports Science Staff Picks: Sports Science Staff Picks: Sports Science Collisions on Ice What happens when two hockey players collide?

Go with the Flow! Go with the Flow! Relax and go with the flow, Dude. "Go with the flow" means "Relax! Let the current of life's river carry you along." But, in life, that is not always the best way to get where you want to go. In this game, you "Go with the Flow" only after you have fixed the currents to take you where you want to go. 200th Activity Book For 200 years, NOAA has been focused on delivering "science, service, and stewardship." Making this happen leads the people of NOAA from the edge of space to the bottom of the ocean. To help you learn more about your world and how NOAA helps you explore, understand, and protect our Earth, we've put together this book with 43 different activities. Download the full activity book or individual activities. Activity Book (121MB, pdf)

‘Makerspaces’ for science instruction also proving helpful for English learners Credit: PAT MAIO / EDSOURCE TODAY Fourth-grade students at Wilson Elementary School in Sanger, Calif., participate in a makerspace activity, which many education experts say helps these English Language learners build their language skills. Educators are finding that the new “makerspace” movement – a strategy to teach K-12 students science, math and technology through hands-on activities – is providing the added benefit of helping English learners become more proficient in the language. In makerspaces, students gather a few times a week in a separate classroom, library or museum for a group project using such technologies and materials as 3D printing, robotics, microprocessors, textiles, wood and wires to construct robots and other electronic gadgets. But now experts are also seeing makerspaces as a valuable tool for helping improve English, as children talk through their work in teams and keep journals to record their progress. “This is our first full year of having a makerspace here.

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Why do leaves change color? Colorful fall leaves. Photo by Jeremy Baucom (Flickr Creative Commons) In the fall, trees put on a pretty impressive fashion show. Leaves that were green all summer long start to turn bright red, orange, and yellow. But where do these colors come from? The Challenges of Designing Things that Save Lives: An Interview with Design that Matters, Part 1 As a designer, have you ever had a "What the fuck" moment? Tim Prestero experienced his while working with a group of Special Forces operatives. A former Peace Corps volunteer and then-PhD-candidate at MIT, Prestero's original life plan had been "to fix the world as an environmental scientist," he explains. "Instead, I wound up working on shallow water mine countermeasures" due to funding circumstances. "It's the middle of the night, I'm 40 miles off the coast of New Jersey with a team of Navy SEALs launching our robot that looked like a torpedo.

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