Lesley STEAM participated in the second Somerville STEAM Social, which brought together the Somerville Public Schools along with a host of local STEAM related community programs and organizations. This event is part of a broader effort to build capacity and develop a strong network of individuals and organizations in Somerville in support of STEAM education. View full article on Somerville Wicked Local.
Lesley STEAM collaborates to create hands-on makerspace at the Kennedy School in Somerville. View full article.
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The buzz was palpable as Lesley faculty, staff, community members and friends wove their way through the newly launched makerspace. Housed on the second floor of University Hall at Lesley, the makerspace features a wide variety of teaching and learning tools rooted in the maker mentality.
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The Lesley/K-Lo Technology Partnership team is thrilled to be traveling to Austin, Texas to present at the national SXSWedu Conference in March. Our team will roll out a hands-on STEAM workshop entitled “Makerspace Mashup”, allowing participants to try their hand at a series of robotics, design, engineering, and art challenges. Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@) as we tweet out highlights from the weeklong conference, starting March 9th!
Kinderlab Robotics highlights the KIBO robot at K-Lo. View article at: http://kinderlabrobotics.com/blog/view-from-the-classroom-kennedy-longfellow-elementary-school.
EdTech Times reporter Michelle Harven covers the Kennedy-Longfellow School Hour of Code event. View article at: http://edtechtimes.com/2014/12/19/cambridge-elementary-students-learn-robotics-code-thanks-grant/
Microsoft New England reporter Aimee Sprung covers Hour of Code events all over Massachusetts, including K-Lo’s makerspace activities. View article at: http://blog.microsoftnewengland.com/2014/12/18/looking-back-on-computer-science-education-week-2014
The WBUR Learning Lab‘s Peter Balono-Rosen covers the K-Lo Hour of Code week. View article at: http://learninglab.wbur.org/2014/12/15/looking-to-the-future-cambridge-partnership-teaches-kindergartners-to-code/.
littleBits annouces the Scratch 2.0 extension, created by Lesley’s own Kreg Hanning. View article at: http://goo.gl/VLB2bS.