Day 4 brought our groups together to create seven questions that they needed to answer in order to start their project. Groups did a fantastic job of working together.
Days 5 and 6 this week are for students to find the answers to the questions that they posed.
Here are some powerful examples from students in Classkick.
Last year I attended the Making in Education Conference at the 2nd annual Milwaukee Maker Faire. I learned and connected with other educators around the state about making in education. I also was able to enjoy the Milwaukee Maker Faire too. This year will be even better.....
The design process of creating a fidget is fascinating and a fantastic 3D printing project. 3D Printing Nerd's Youtube channel has taught me how to use Fusion 360 as well as investigate more about fidget spinners. Now my challenge is how to have students access Fusion 360 in a 1:1 iPad environment. Time to tweet to Autodesk.
Here is another really fantastic project that one of our students created around planes and flying. http://20759g.weebly.com/ (password: genius)