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MELD Workshop – Fargo Makerspace – Visit

Posted by on Feb 28, 2014 in 21st Century, Announcements, Art, Citizen Scientist, Coding, Engineering, Math, PBL, Science, STEAM, STEM | 0 comments

        What is the MELD Workshop?  Make. Educate. Learn. Do. MELD Workshop is a makerspace in Fargo, ND that provides the equipment, classes, and materials to makers, creators, designers and...

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Raspberry Pi and Arduino in the Science Classroom

Posted by on Feb 23, 2014 in 21st Century Skills, Arduino, Raspberry Pi | 0 comments

Chances are…your science laboratory is a place where students experience working with their hands.  If not, turn your science lab into a tinker/maker space and enhance student engagement, learning with the...

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Prairie Waters Education & Research Center

Posted by on Feb 22, 2014 in Biology, Chemistry, Learning Opportunity, Professional Learning, Science, STEM, The Nature of Science | 0 comments

During the North Dakota Science Teachers Association meeting, a vendor display of aquatic specimens seemed to magically be suspended in preservative. If you are interested in the how these preserved specimens were...

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Scratch – Resources for Students

Posted by on Jan 30, 2014 in 21st Century Skills, Activities, Animation, Art, Coding, Creativity, Digital Literacy, Engineering, Great Sites for Classrooms, Language, Math, Online Tools, Programming, Science, STEM | 0 comments

Scratch – Intro – site a resources. Scratch 2.0 Project Editor...

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Enjoy Maps and History?

Posted by on Jan 29, 2014 in Great Sites for Classrooms, History, Maps | 0 comments

Since I was a youngster, maps were king, I still enjoy them whether print or...

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Science & Engineering of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games

Posted by on Jan 28, 2014 in Activities, Announcements, Engineering, Learning Opportunity, Science, STEM | 0 comments

Readers, saw this today and it sounded like a great opportunity for all...

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