I’m Allison a K/1 teacher in Dallas
I am excited to learn and grow with all of you. I am currently teaching programming and coding to my pri loving all of the research that keeps coming out on coding.
Nice to meet you. I’m an undergraduate student studying Computer Science and Mathematics at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. I am interested in developing new technology that will help children learn to design, experiment, build, communicate hookupdate.net/pl/bbpeoplemeet-recenzja/, and collaborate! Currently, I am developing tools for children with visual impairments to learn how to code.
I am a big fan of Papert’s work too!
I strongly support Dr. Resnik’s idea that as people learn to code, they learn invaluable skills such as problem-solving, inwork for life in 21st century. I am looking forward to being a part of the LCL community and learning to develop new technologies that help every child to play and collaborate, grow up as creative builders, and above all, have fun!
Hello, Learning Creative Learning world
I recently was awarded a fellowship to create an online role-playing environment to teach argumentative writing. I want to include ideas such as: biased think alouds as AI “read” sources they agree and disagree with; some rudimentary gamification of basic source evaluation skills, and multimodal multigenre publishing.
Figured a few of these sessions might be a great canvas to play or a chance to meet folks with similar interests who can help me with the things I cannot.
Hello from Southwest Missouri. I’m Sue, a MS Art teacher excited to learn and grow in this new community. I’m here in pursuit of my beautiful question, “How can I be better?”
As aerospace engineer I worked 7 years in the industry before teaching, and I try to have an holistic approach (STEMx : Science Technology Engineering & Math and more) .
Hey everyone, great to meet you all. I’m looking forward to interacting with you through this site. I’m currently studying for a PhD at Oxford University, researching assistive learning technologies with dyslexic students. Dyslexics share such creativity and I’m hoping to explore this through the program. Speak soon,Paul
Hello, my name is Colin and I live in the rural county of Norfolk in the UK. Even though I live in a thoroughly English setting I see myself as European first and foremost (I can trace English, Irish, Scottish, German and Danish ancestors in four generations).
I am a freelance educational writer and consultant. I’m especially interested in open learning, adult informal learning and mobile learning.
My name is Melanie. I’m a librarian in a K-12 independent school in Richmond, VA. I work mainly with kids in grades 9-12, though I co-sponsor a maker club for middle school students too.
I am a strong believer of what Steve Jobs says- “Great products happen at the intersection of technology and liberal arts”.I’m here to open up my mind to the the creative thinkers from around the world and learn.
Wow. It’s really good to meet you (virtually). I am curious to hear more about your experiences with creative learning across all of these occupations. It’s great to hear someone speak about teaching as a dream job. I agree with you and hope we can promote teaching and teachers (and learning and learners) through the collaboration in this community.
Hey Thomas – Fork looks cool. I’ve had a look at some of the projects. It reminded me a little bit of for older people. Might be worth trying to find “patterns” or “models” that users could actually /fork/ and apply to their own goals.