Sue Cusack and Jacy Edelman of the Lesley STEAM Team sat down with Mary Adelaide, a ScratchEd Intern, to discuss their work facilitating Scratch Jr and Scratch through a maker mindset. View the full article on the ScratchEd website.
It’s been a jam packed year of making at the Kennedy School, with Lesley STEAM supporting maker-minded projects in each of the K-8 classrooms. Check out our video highlighting this whole school approach to innovation:
Lesley STEAM joined in another rollicking evening of making at the STEAM in Riverside event at the MLK Jr. Elementary School in Cambridge, thanks to Sharlene Yang, Coordinator of the Cambridge STEAM Initiative. K-8 students brought the idea of Hack the Dollar Store to life with outlandish electronic redesigns of dollar store items.
The Lesley STEAM Team was proud to help launch the Hour of Code Week at the Kennedy School in Somerville alongside our Kennedy partners. The week-long celebration of coding and making was marked by Somerville Mayor, Joe Curtatone, and Superintendent, Mary Skipper. View full article on The Somerville News Weekly.
Sue Cusack, Jacy Edelman, and Maureen Creegan-Quinquis
November 13, 2016
Art+Bio Collaborative: http://www.artbiocollaborative.com/
Exploratorium ideas: http://www.exploratorium.edu/pie/ideas.html#page
Google Arts & Culture: https://artsandculture.google.com/
Mini Robotic Origami: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVYz7g-qLjs
KLO Artventure – Pollock Bots: http://kloartventure.blogspot.com/2015/11/pollock-bots.html
Sue Cusack, Jacy Edelman, Lindsey Tosches & Dan Ciambrone
EdTech Teacher Innovation Summit
November 3rd, 2016
Sue Cusack, Jacy Edelman, Rosey McQuillan & Dan Ciambrone
MassCUE & M.A.S.S Annual Technology Conference 2016
October 19th & 20th, 2016
Lesley Associate Professor Yvonne Liu-Constant brought her students into the Lesley Makerspace to experience a variety of STEAM activities within the context of their Integrated Curriculum for Early Childhood: Science and Health course.