Last week we studied the work of German educator Friedrich Froebel (1782-1852), who invented kindergarten in the 1830s.
Last Monday morning we went across the hall to the MILL (Make Innovate Learn Lab) to make paper circuits as a class. It was the first
It was 10:30 AM and there were five girls and five boys in a middle school classroom who were very excited to be in an algebra class.
This blog post is about objects that were influential in my learning when growing up, similar to what gears were for the father of constructionism, Seymour Papert.
This is my first attempt writing about how I believe humans learn and these words are totally empirical and without any background on psychology and other fields.