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My Final Make!

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Helga Porter

on 27 April 2015

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Transcript of My Final Make!

Let's Make
Paper Circuits!
I'm a math specialist and I teach students from K-5, but I absolutely adore teaching fourth grade! I currently have a fourth grade math group and am planning to to create paper circuits with them as they have shown interest in my STEM/Connected Learning studies. Here is the kit I will use for our paper circuits! These kits are Jie Qi's brainchild; she just happens to be a PhD student at MIT and is the perfect example for shattering glass ceilings!
Materials and Components...
Creating a series circuit and adding a simple illustration...
Igniting Learning!
I am beyond thrilled at the possibilities "Circuit Stickers" can offer. Beyond the academic application, it is going to offer the "hook" to get students interested in other STEM-related projects. Ideas like this makes science lift off the page and open doors for blending, innovation, and collaboration! I'll update the Prezi with my student's projects once they have completed them!
Thank you,
ED 677!
Combating Gender Bias
Although society has evolved enough to encourage equity in science and math, there is still much work to be done. We, as educators still have to contend with powerful outside forces such as certain media outlets and even entertainers that seem to place emphasis on shallow views. I experience this on daily basis and am interested in giving all students an opportunity to experience STEM via Connected Learning!
My Final Make!
Honoring equitable, social and participatory learning.
Let's Give Parallel Circuits a Go!
Trying an illustration without a template!
My Final Product!
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